Several area teams received votes in this week’s Associated Press statewide high school basketball poll.

For the boys, McCracken County received the most for any team — boys or girls — in the coverage area. The Mustangs (14-4) won both their games last week, 77-49 over Graves County and 58-53 over Marshall County.

The Marshals (7-9) also received votes, as did Murray (12-3). Both teams lost their only games last week.

For the girls, Marshall County picked up a smattering of votes.

The Lady Marshals (9-6) have won both games under interim coach Aaron Beth, most recently a 68-50 victory over McCracken County on Friday.

Full poll results

BOYS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. John Hardin (11) 16-0 128 1

2. Lou. Male (1) 13-3 103 2

3. Lexington Catholic - 15-1 94 3

4. Ashland Blazer (1) 17-0 84 4

5. Lou. Ballard - 12-2 72 5

6. Elizabethtown - 12-0 54 8

7. Cov. Catholic - 12-3 53 6

8. Madisonville-North Hopkins - 14-3 50 7

9. Collins - 13-3 10

10. Highlands - 14-1 14 9

Others receiving votes: Bourbon Co. 13. Knox Central 8. McCracken County 7. Oldham Co. 6. Murray 2. Warren Central 1. Marshall Co. 1.

GIRLS

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Lou. Sacred Heart (12) 12-1 127 1

2. Simon Kenton - 16-2 105 2

3. Lou. Christian Academy - 14-2 94 3

4. Elizabethtown - 14-2 89 4

5. Madisonville-North Hopkins (1) 16-0 61 7

6. Lou. Butler - 13-3 49 8

7. Notre Dame - 11-3 44 5

8. Lou. Mercy - 11-4 32 NR

9. Bullitt East - 12-3 28 6

10. Franklin Co. - 12-3 12 10

Others receiving votes: Ryle 10. Bell Co. 9. North Laurel 8. Casey Co. 8. Anderson Co. 7. Bethlehem 7. Bishop Brossart 5. Highlands 5. Graves Co. 4. Marshall Co. 4. Conner 4. Leslie Co. 2. Bowling Green 1.

All Associated Press members in Kentucky are eligible to participate in the high school basketball poll. Those who voted for this week's poll are: The Daily Independent, Ashland; Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Enquirer,The Daily Independent, Ashland; Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati; The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown; Daily Enterprise, Harlan; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; The Courier-Journal, Louisville; The Ledger Independent, Maysvil le; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; The Paducah Sun, Paducah; WKYX, Paducah.

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