Man, the defending Single-A state champions and currently sporting an 8-0 record, are No. 1 in Class A in the statewide coaches poll.
Chapmanville, which most recently won the Class AA state title in 2007, are ranked No. 1 in Double-A. The Lady Tigers are also undefeated with a 12-0 mark.
Logan (11-1) is ranked No. 5 in Class AAA. The Lady Cats are competing in the Triple-A class for the first time since 2002.
All three county teams won championships last weekend at the Best of the Best Tournament at Buffalo.
St. Albans and South Charleston are currently tied for No. 1 in the state in Class AAA. South Charleston, which lost 3-2 at Logan earlier in the season, are a Class AAA sectional foe to Logan along with George Washington.
Huntington is third and Ripley fourth, while Logan is tied for fifth with Cabell Midland.
Lincoln County is seventh, East Fairmont eighth, John Marshall ninth and Parkersburg South 10th.
In Class AA, Chapmanville is followed by Point Pleasant and Shady Spring, which are tied for second. Sherman is fourth, Scott fifth, Ritchie County sixth, Herbert Hoover seventh, Roane County eighth, Ravenswood ninth and Lincoln 10th.
Chapmanville beat Cardinal Conference foe Point Pleasant 1-0 in last Saturday’s Class AA Best of the Best title game.
In Class A, No. 1 Man is followed by Buffalo and Wheeling Central, which were second and third.
Man beat Buffalo 4-0 in the Class A Best of the Best tourney championship game last Saturday.
The Lady Billies downed Wheeling Central, 7-3, in last year’s Class A state title game at Vienna.
Huntington St. Joe is fourth, Charleston Catholic fifth, Madonna sixth, Richwood seventh, Fayetteville eighth, East Hardy ninth and South Harrison 10th.