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Raiders to hold down 2nd in latest AABC poll

February 24th | Tommy Wells, The Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman Print this article   Email this article  

The Unalaska High School boys' basketball team remained among the most-respected teams in the state, according to the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches.

Unalaska headed into the weekend ranked No. 2 in the latest AABC Class 2A poll. The defending Class 2A state champions, the Raiders were listed behind only Petersburg in the boys' standings.

Unalaska defeated Petersburg for the state championship last March in Anchorage.

Unalakleet was ranked third in the boys' Class 2A rankings.

No Class 2A girls' poll was published last week, although Bristol Bay has held down the No. 1 spot in the rankings for much of the year.

Unalaska and Bristol Bay aren't the only Southwest Alaska teams turning heads. The King Cove T-Jacks boys' and girls' teams are both ranked third in the 1A polls.

Class 4A Boys

1. Dimond

2. East Anchorage

3. Wasilla

4. Bartlett

5. Chugiak

Girls

1. Chugiak

2. Dimond

3. Wasilla

4. East Anchorage

5. Colony

Class 3A Boys

1. Monroe Catholic

2. Grace Christian

3. Barrow

4. Delta Junction

5. Anchorage Christian

Girls

1. Barrow

2. Anchorage Christian

3. Sitka

4. Nikiski

5. Kotzebue

Class 2A Boys

1. Petersburg

2. Unalaska

3. Unalakleet

4. Glennallen

5. Metlakatla

Girls

No poll this week.

Class 1A Boys

1. Klawock

2. Noatak

3. King Cove

4. Nikolaevsk

5. Ninilchik

Girls

1. Klawock

2. Scammon Bay

3. King Cove

4. Ninilchik

5. Noatak

 

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