Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports
CHARLESTON Winners of five of their last six games, the Chapmanville Lady Tigers climbed one spot in the latest Associated Press Class AA girls basketball poll.
The Lady Tigers, who started the season 2-4 but are now 7-5 on the season, jumped from a ninth-place tie in last week's rankings to eighth in this week's poll.
Of the Lady Tigers five losses, three have came to Class AAA No. 1 Wayne, No. 3 Nitro and No. 5 Lewis County, while the two remaining losses have been to Class AA No. 1 Wyoming East and No. 3 Williamstown.
Wayne, Wyoming East and Cameron continue to hold the top spots in their classes of Tuesday's poll. Wayne leads the way in Class AAA, Wyoming East tops Class AA and Cameron sits atop the Class A poll.
Fresh off its win over previously Class AAAA top ranked Morgantown, Spring Valley jumped from No. 3 to No. 1 knocking Morgantown from the top of the Class AAAA rankings. Wheeling Park is third, George Washington is fourth and Parkersburg fifth.
Parkersburg South is sixth, St. Albans seventh with Cabell Midland and Princeton tied for eighth and University 10th.
Wayne and East Fairmont remained one and two in the Class AAA poll followed by Nitro, who is up two spots from fifth, Philip Barbour fourth and Lewis County down two spot to fifth in this week's poll.
Sissonville is sixth, North Marion seventh, Ripley eighth, Robert C. Byrd ninth and PikeView 10th.
Three of the top four spots in Class AA are from Region 3 with Wyoming East, Summerson County and Mingo Central ranked first, second and fourth respectively. Region 1 has four of the top seven with Williamstown third, St. Marys fifth, Wheeling Central sixth and Parkersburg Catholic seventh.
Chapmanville eight, Ravenswood ninth and Charleston Catholic round out the top 10 in Class AA.
In West Virginia's small school division, Cameron is first, Gilmer County second, Tucker County third, Doddridge County fourth and James Monroe fifth.
Greenbrier West is sixth, Huntington St. Joe's seventh, River View eighth, Meadow Bridge ninth and Clay-Battelle rounding out the Class A poll.