Girls’ basketball: Tribune Power Rankings

The Salt Lake Tribune

Published: January 21, 2012 06:13PM
Updated: January 22, 2012 12:21AM

Class 5A

1. Syracuse • Makenlee Williams was on fire, scoring 35 on Weber

2. Layton • This Tuesday, Lancers will try to challenge the Titans for region supremacy

3. Riverton • The Silverwolves beat Bingham at its own game with balance

4. Taylorsville • Hoping the second half of region play goes as well as the first

5. Bingham • With three road games ahead, it doesn’t get any easier

Class 4A

1. Cyprus • Has handily beaten the best teams its region has to offer

2. Salem Hills • Showing better scoring distribution in recent victories

3. Timpanogos • Couldn’t overcome a stiff test from Maple Mountain

4. Bonneville • Will battle Mountain Crest on Tuesday for region control

5. Skyline • Second blowout of more than 30 points in as many weeks

Class 3A

1. Desert Hills • Aced its toughest region contest so far with a win over Warriors

2. Morgan • Beating Region 11 opponents by an average of 27 points

3. Juan Diego • Showed some mettle in close win against Wasatch

4. Snow Canyon • Amy Harris’ 22 points couldn’t carry them to a win

5. Carbon • No one has been able to touch them in a weak region this year

Class 2A

1. Richfield • Megan Bean showed her talent with a 28-point, 15-rebound night

2. Beaver • Got revenge for last year’s title game by beating Enterprise

3. North Summit • Crushed city competitors Rowland Hall and Waterford

4. North Sevier • On an eight-game winning streak and undefeated in region

5. Kanab • Scored at least 60 points in each of its games this week

Class 1A

1. St. Joseph • Held opponents to a combined 39 points in a pair of wins

2. Bryce Valley • Still on cruise control despite playing in the toughest region

3. Rich • Easily dispatched Duchesne, gaining a 22-point lead by halftime

4. Wayne • Long-range shooting helped grind out a win against Panguitch

5. Green River • Withstood a furious late rally by Monument Valley