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The weekly Associated Press rankings for Minnesota girls' high school basketball, as provided by Minnesota Basketball News, a statewide basketball publication. Records are through Feb. 12.

Girls AAAA

1. Tartan (23-0)

2. Lakeville (21-0)

3. Hopkins (22-1)

4. Elk River (20-2)

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5. Blaine (17-4)

6. Woodbury (19-2)

7. Eastview (17-5)

8. Eden Prairie (17-5)

9. Cretin-Derham Hall (19-3)

10. Rochester Mayo (17-3)

Class AAA

1. Marshall (19-0)

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2. Minneapolis North (18-3)

3. North Branch (21-2)

4. Mankato West (15-4)

5. Orono (18-4)

6. Faribault (15-4)

7. Hill-Murray (15-7)

8. Hutchinson (16-4)

9. Holy Angels (16-7)

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10. Duluth East (16-7)

Class AA

1. New London-Spicer (20-0)

2. Rochester Lourdes (20-1)

3. Breck (16-3)

4. Zumbrota-Mazeppa (19-2)

5. Greenway (20-1)

6. Proctor (20-3)

7. Esko (17-3)

8. West Central Area (16-3)

9. Albany (17-4)

10. East Central (20-2)

Class A

1. Fosston (21-0)

2. Elgin-Millville (23-0)

3. Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton (20-1)

4. Kittson Central (19-1)

5. Kimball (18-1)

6. Hawley (16-3)

7. Cook (19-2)

8. Adrian (17-3)

9. Battle Lake (17-2)

10. Trinity (20-4)

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