Tribune power rankings: Girls' basketball

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1. Riverton • Coming off a 60-48 win over Roy on Friday

2. American Fork • At 7-1, the Cavemen head to a tournament in Phoenix this week

3. Bingham • Every win has been by 13 points or more

4. Cottonwood • Young Colts are rolling at 6-1

5. Weber • Erin Reichle can light it up from long range


1. Springville • Malia Nawahine coming off 32-point performance in win

2. Sky View • Kendra Falslev coming on for the Bobcats

3. Bonneville • 7-0 and could keep rolling

4. Cyprus • Marquessa Gilson and Abby Barrett have the Pirates 5-2

5. Box Elder • The Bees are a very well-rounded team early on


1. Juan Diego • Natalie Williams has quite the talented team in Draper

2. Desert Hills • Tough preseason schedule, but Thunder are 7-0

3. Snow Canyon • Amy Harris and Grace Walton are a tough pair

4. Judge Memorial • Kailie Quinn is an amazing talent for the Bulldogs

5. Morgan • Winners of four straight, including victory over Judge


1. Richfield • The Wildcats defeated Juan Diego 49-44 on Dec. 8

2. Beaver • Hattie Snyder is a dynamic scorer in 2A hoops

3. Manti • Mandee Christensen paces the 5-2 Templars

4. Emery • Tough preseason schedule is testing the Spartans

5. Kanab • Whitney and Jessika Houston are a talented duo


1. Milford • The Tigers are 9-1 through 10 games

2. St. Joseph • Have given up a total of 160 points through seven games

3. Bryce Valley • Riding a seven-game win streak

4. Manila • Lone loss came to St. Joseph

5. Rich • Alisa Petersen leading the way for the Rebels