Girls basketball state rankings: Dec. 17, 2013

The first girls’ basketball state rankings of the season were released today by the New York State Sportswriters Association. Click here for the full list.

Here are the top three in each class as well as any Section 9 teams that made the cut.

Records are accurate through games of Dec. 15.

Class AA

1. Christ the King (CHSAA, 3-0)

2. Murry Bergtraum (PSAL, 6-0)

3. Nazareth (CHSAA, 5-1)

17. Monroe-Woodbury (4-0)

Class A

Wallkill High School's junior Rachel Simon (14) prepares to shoot the basketball during the 14th Annual Corinne Feller Memorial Tip-Off Tournament at Valley Central High School in Montgomery on Saturday, December 7th, 2013. (Kelly Marsh photo/for the Times Herald-Record)

1. Long Island Lutheran (AIS, 3-0)

2. Troy (3-0, Section 2)

3. Wallkill (2-0)

10. Goshen (2-0)

Class B

1. Irvington (3-0, Section 1)

2. Oneonta (4-0, Section 4)

3. Notre Dame-Utica (4-0, Section 3)

11. Onteora (2-0)

14. John A. Coleman Catholic (1-0)

Class C

1. Harpursville (4-0, Section 4)

2. Keshequa (3-0, Section 5)

3. Greenwich (5-0, Section 2)

5. Chester (3-0)

8. Tri-Valley (4-0)

10. Tuxedo (1-0)

15. S.S. Seward (3-0)

Class D

1. South Kortright (7-0, Section 4)

2. Romulus (5-0, Section 5)

3. Fort Edward (3-0, Section 2)

For girls’ basketball updates throughout the season, follow me on Twitter: @THR_Montgomery.

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