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Josh Moore: How I voted in the AP basketball polls

Dunbar's Jordan Lewis, knocked the ball away from Trinity's Lucas Burkman, as Dunbar defeated Trinity 71-60 on Wednesday December 30, 2015 in Lexington, Ky.
Dunbar's Jordan Lewis, knocked the ball away from Trinity's Lucas Burkman, as Dunbar defeated Trinity 71-60 on Wednesday December 30, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. mcornelison@herald-leader.com

Below is my ballot for the first Associated Press high school basketball polls for the 2015-16 season. These are not the final results of this week’s polling. The results will be released sometime Monday afternoon.

Boys

1st Place:

Paul Laurence Dunbar

13-2

2nd Place:

Mercer County

14-0

 

3rd Place:

Trinity

13-2

 

4th Place:

Henry Clay

13-2

 

5th Place:

Covington Catholic

9-4

 

6th Place:

Scott County

15-1

 

7th Place:

Christian County

11-2

 

8th Place:

Lafayette

10-3

 

9th Place:

Bullitt East

11-2

 

10th Place:

Bowling Green

11-2

 

Girls

1st Place:

Elizabethtown

12-1

 

2nd Place:

Franklin County

10-1

 

3rd Place:

Butler

9-3

 

4th Place:

Eastern

10-2

 

5th Place:

Sacred Heart

12-3

 

6th Place:

Bowling Green

13-2

 

7th Place:

Mason County

12-1

 

8th Place:

Murray

13-1

 

9th Place:

Simon Kenton

8-3

 

10th Place:

Henry Clay

8-4

 

Josh Moore: 859-231-1307, @HLpreps

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