Tribune power rankings • Prep girls’ basketball
Published: February 13, 2012 11:37PM
Updated: February 11, 2012 11:41PM

Class 5A

1. Syracuse • Weber’s 12-point loss to Titans was closest anyone has come in 5A

2. Riverton • Relaxed a bit but resumed urgency against region rival Bingham

3. Layton • Claims the best defense in 5A, allowing less than 35 points per game

4. Taylorsville • Viewmont gave them a better challenge, but still 9-0 in region

5. Alta • Getting scary how balanced Hawks have looked in recent games

Class 4A

1. Cyprus • No team can rack up steals like the Pirates

2. Bonneville • Quietly beat its best region competition by sound margins

3. Skyline • Depth could be an issue as the Eagles prepare for state tourney

4. Woods Cross • Howey and Parsons make this team tough to figure out

5. Salem Hills • Struggles against Springville could bode ill for tourney play

Class 3A

1. Morgan • With solid post players and a star guard, Trojans will be tough at home

2. Juan Diego • Lancee Whetman’s emergence has made this team stronger

3. Snow Canyon • Winning region should give Warriors a confidence boost

4. Desert Hills • Thunder aren’t far behind top contenders but have work to do

5. Carbon • Salvaged region title and homecourt advantage for 3A first round

Class 2A

1. Richfield • Hard to see season ending without Wildcats taking the title

2. Beaver • Hattie Snyder’s free throw gave Beavers a win by slimmest of margins

3. North Sevier • Finished out region season undefeated

4. South Summit • Looking to finish higher after last year’s strong run

5. Enterprise • Free throws gave Wolves an edge in win over Kanab this week

Class 1A

1. Rich • Field is clearing for the Rebels if they can get past Mustangs

2. Bryce Valley • It is a travesty that a potential title game is in the first round

3. St. Joseph • Suddenly facing a very tough Milford team in playoff opener

4. Milford • Might have deep-sixed its playoff hopes by losing to Wayne in Region 20 tourney

5. Wayne • With a strong performance at tourney, Badgers looking strong