QC Prep Boys' Basketball Power Poll fared 8-2013


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Posted Online: Feb. 28, 2013, 3:22 am
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By Steve Tappa, stappa@qconline.com
-– These local media rankings are determined on a descending points system, with a first-place vote receiving 10 points, a second-place vote receiving 9 points, and so on. Presented by The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus, WQAD-TV 8, MC22, WFXN-AM 1230's Quad Cities Radio Group, Aledo's WRMJ-FM 102.3, Kewanee-based Regional Media and the Clinton Herald.

Rank. Team (Rec.): How they fared

1. Bettendorf (23-0): Beat Davenport West, 63-26 Friday in Iowa 4A's Sub-State 5 semifinals; Beat No. 4 North Scott, 59-51 (2 OT) Wednesday in Iowa 4A's Sub-State 5 championship; Next Wednesday vs. TBA in Iowa 4A's Elite Eight.

2. Rock Island (23-4): Beat state-ranked Quincy, 61-47 Friday; Beat No. 11 Moline, 72-55 Wednesday in Illinois 4A's East Moline Regional; Friday vs. TBA in Illinois 4A's Easy Moline Regional championship.

3. Monmouth-Roseville (25-4): Beat Knoxville, 62-41 Saturday in Illinois 2A's Monmouth Regional championship; Beat Tremont, 74-48 Wednesday in Illinois 2A's Farmington Sectional; Friday vs. TBA in Illinois 2A's Farmington Sectional championship.

4. North Scott (20-4): Beat Davenport Central, 64-41 Friday in Iowa 4A's Sub-State 5 semifinals; Lost to No. 1 Bettendorf, 59-51 (2 OT) Wednesday in Iowa 4A's Sub-State 5 championship. SEASON OVER.

5. Rockridge (23-4): Beat No. 14 Orion, 57-37 Friday in Illinois 2A's Taylor Ridge Regional; TONIGHT vs. state-rated Fieldcrest in Illinois 2A's Farmington Sectional.

6. Assumption (18-6): Beat Dubuque Wahlert, 67-57 Thursday in Iowa 3A's District 8 championship; Beat Marion, 51-47 Monday in Iowa 3A's Sub-State 4 championship; TUESDAY vs. state-rated Dallas Center Grimes in Iowa 3A's Elite Eight.

7. Kewanee (22-5): SEASON OVER.

8. Danville (25-0): Beat Pekin, 88-58 Friday in Iowa 1A's District 9 championship; Beat Sigourney, 61-29 Saturday in Iowa 1A's Sub-State 5 championship; MONDAY vs. Fairbank Wapsie Valley in Iowa 1A's Elite Eight.

9. Sterling Newman (25-4): Beat Riverdale, 63-52 Friday in Illinois 2A's Savanna Regional; Beat Seneca, 45-27 Wednesday in Illinois 2A's Byron Sectional; FRIDAY vs. TBA in Illinois 2A's Byron Sectional championship.

10. Pleasant Valley (15-7): Beat Linn-Mar Marion, 54-40 Friday in Iowa 4A's Sub-State 4 playoffs; Lost to state-rated Dubuque Senior, 55-53 (OT) Wednesday. SEASON OVER.

ALSO RECEIVING VOTES:

11. Moline (19-12): Beat United Township, 64-43 Friday; Beat United Township, 52-47 Monday in Illinois 4A's East Moline Regional; Lost to No. 2 Rock Island, 72-55 Wednesday in Illinois 4A's East Moline Regional. SEASON OVER.

12. Galva (23-5): SEASON OVER.

13. Wethersfield (25-6): Beat Annawan, 63-41 Friday at Illinois 1A's ROWVA Regional; TONIGHT vs. Mendon Unity in Illinois 1A's Mount Sterling Sectional.

14. Orion (18-13): Lost to No. 5 Rockridge, 57-37 Friday in Illinois 2A's Taylor Ridge Regional championship. SEASON OVER.

15. Galesburg (19-13): Won at Alleman, 55-43 Friday; Beat Canton, 63-45 Wednesday in Illinois 3A's Galesburg Sectional; FRIDAY vs. Quincy Notre Dame in Illinois 3A's Galesburg Sectional championship.

16. Northeast Goose Lake (17-7): SEASON OVER.

17. Preston (20-4): Lost to state-ranked Lone Tree, 57-46 Friday in Iowa 1A's District 6 championship. SEASON OVER.

18. Erie (19-14): Beat Paw Paw, 73-65 Friday in Illinois 1A's Erie Regional championship; Lost to state-rated Lanark Eastland, 62-41 Wednesday in Illinois 1A's Lanark Sectional. SEASON OVER.

ALSO ON THE RADAR:

NR. Riverdale (15-14): Lost to No. 9 Sterling Newman, 63-52 Friday in Illinois 2A's Savanna Regional championship. SEASON OVER.

NR. Bureau Valley (19-12): SEASON OVER.

















 



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