Whale Branch boys up to 3rd in state Class 1-A basketball poll

info@islandpacket.comDecember 20, 2012 

The Whale Branch Early College High School boys basketball team moved up a spot to third in the S.C. Basketball Coaches Association's Class 1-A poll released earlier this week.

The Warriors' girls (6-2) remained fourth.

S.C. Basketball Coaches Association Polls

BOYS

Class 4-A: 1. Irmo, 2. West Ashley, 3. Richland Northeast, 4. Ridge View, 5. Hillcrest, 6. Dorman, 7. Rock Hill, 8. Spring Valley, 9. South Pointe, 10. T.L. Hanna.

Class 3-A: 1. Hartsville, 2. Eastside, 3. Dreher, 4. Berea, 5. Seneca, 6. Darlington, 7. Woodruff, 8. North Myrtle Beach, 9. Travelers Rest, 10. Emerald.

Class 2-A: 1. Lake Marion, 2. Newberry, 3. Keenan, 4. Marion, 5. Landrum, 6. Indian Land, 7. Mullins, 8. Fairfield Central, 9. Columbia, 10. Andrew Jackson.

Class 1-A: 1. Allendale-Fairfax, 2. Johnsonville, 3. Whale Branch, 4. CE Murray, 5. Great Falls, 6. Carvers Bay, 7. St. Joseph's, 8. Baptist Hill, 9. CA Johnson, 10. Hemingway.

GIRLS

Class 4-A: 1. Dutch Fork, 2. West Ashley, 3. Greenwood, 4. Colleton County, 5. Goose Creek, 6. Dorman, 7. Spring Valley, 8. Wade Hampton, 9. J.L. Mann, 10. Northwestern.

Class 3-A: 1. Orangeburg-Wilkinson, 2. Dreher, 3. Lower Richland, 4. Daniel, 5. North Myrtle Beach, 6. Wren, 7. Seneca, 8. Crestwood, 9. Blue Ridge, 10. Stall.

Class 2-A: 1. Fairfield Central, 2. Ninety-Six, 3. Cheraw, 4. Bishop England, 5. Lake City, 6. Dillon, 7. Mullins, 8. Buford, 9. Landrum, 10. Pelion.

Class 1-A: 1. Timmonsville, 2. CE Murray, 3. Hemingway, 4. Whale Branch, 5. Denmark-Olar, 6. McCormick, 7. St. Joseph's, 8. Christ Church, 9. Latta, 10. Carver's Bay.

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