Girls' basketball: Tribune Power Rankings

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Class 5A

1. Riverton • The Silverwolves are well-rounded and still undefeated

2. Bingham • Circle Jan. 17 on the calendar, when the Miners head to Riverton

3. American Fork • Cavemen are 9-2 but still missing injured star Ashley Baugh

4. Viewmont • Gave Riverton an overtime scare, but Vikings are off to hot start

5. Brighton • Maddy Chin can score, and so can Lindsey Johnson

Class 4A

1. Springville • No defense in 4A is as stifling as the Red Devils'

2. Bonneville • The Lake Show is 10-0 in a very deep and tough Region 5

3. Sky View • Bobcats are looking upward at region rival Bonneville

4. Box Elder • The Bees' star this year is the team

5. Cyprus • Pirates hope to get back on track after loss to Mountain Crest

Class 3A

1. Desert Hills • At 11-0, the Thunder, you guessed it, are rolling along

2. Juan Diego • One more preseason outing before region play starts

3. Morgan • Trojans have won seven straight

4. Snow Canyon • Amy Harris, Megan Leavitt and Grace Walton are tough

5. Judge Memorial • If you haven't seen Kailie Quinn play, you should

Class 2A

1. Richfield • Wildcats have won nine straight games

2. Beaver • Hattie Snyder and Macall Wood are dynamic duo

3. Parowan • Chennin Benson can light up a scoreboard fast

4. Kanab • Cowboys are part of a stacked region with Beaver and Parowan

5. Waterford • This team is a deadly 3-point shooting squad across the board

Class 1A

1. St. Joseph • Katie Panushka and Liz Toman are quite the dynamic duo

2. Milford • Tigers face their biggest test Thursday against Bryce Valley

3. Bryce Valley • Region opponents combine for 21 wins and four losses? Thursday should be a great game against Milford

4. Rich • At 8-1, the Rebels dealt Bryce Valley its lone loss of the year to date

5. Manila • Janell Reed leads the Mustangs