Chapmanville, the two-time defending Class AA state champs, dropped from first to second in this week’s coaches poll, the final one for the season.
Logan, last year’s Class AAA state runner-ups, are fourth, while Man, last year’s second-place finisher in the Class A state tournament, is ranked fifth in the Single-A poll.
Cabell Midland is ranked No. 1 in Class AAA this week. Last year’s state champion, St. Albans, is second, while Lincoln County is third, Logan fourth, John Marshall fifth, Hedgesville sixth, Buckannon-Upshur seventh, Parkersburg South eighth, Jefferson ninth and Spring Valley 10th.
Ritchie County, which lost to Chapmanville in last year’s Class AA state championship game, is ranked No. 1 in the state this week ahead of the second-place Lady Tigers. Independence is third, Scott fourth, Sissonville fifth, Wayne sixth, Liberty Raleigh seventh, Shady Spring eighth, Magnolia ninth and Point Pleasant 10th.
In this week’s Class A state poll, Buffalo is first, St. Marys second, Moorefield third, defending state champion South Harrison fourth and Man fifth. Cameron is sixth, Fayetteville seventh, East Hardy eighth, Madonna ninth and Charleston Catholic 10th.
Man was scheduled to play on Monday in the Class A sectional tourney.
Logan is set to battle with George Washington and South Charleston in the 3A sectional tourney beginning Tuesday in Charleston.
Chapmanville plays Game 1 on Tuesday in a best-of-three sectional series with Scott at Madison.