Inaugural juco media top 25

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    The top 25 teams in the Association of Junior College Sportswriters and Sportscasters basketball poll. First-place votes are in parentheses. Teams receive 25 points for a first-place vote, 24 for a second-place vote, 23 for a third-place vote, etc.

    Rank Team Record Points
    1.Hutchinson (15) 35-2 375
    2.Eastern Florida State 31-6 350
    3.South Plains 32-2 349
    4.Northwest Florida State 29-5 330
    5.San Jacinto-Central 33-2 308
    6.Vincennes 32-3 290
    7.Odessa 28-6 282
    8.Georgia Highlands 32-2 252
    9.Jones County 29-2 251
    10.Motlow State 30-6 232
    11.Gillette 32-4 209
    12.St. Petersburg 27-8 154
    13.Panola 26-9 153
    14.Indian Hills 29-5 150
    15.McLennan 29-2 142
    16.Connors State 27-7 110
    17.Mineral Area 28-3 105
    18.Spartanburg Methodist 29-4 103
    19.North Dakota SCS 31-2 89
    20.Southern Idaho 27-7 87
    21.Monroe (NY) 24-11 83
    22.Northern Oklahoma-Enid 21-10 80
    23.Moberly Area 27-5 68
    24.Trinity Valley 24-7 64
    25.Shelton State 27-6 50

    Others receiving votes: Tyler (24-5) 41, Coffeyville (22-13) 31, Palm Beach State (25-6) 26, Daytona State (25-7) 21, Walters State (24-8) 19, Highland, Ill. (27-7) 18, Florida SouthWestern State (26-7) 12, Chipola (22-8) 8, Caldwell Tech (24-9) 7, Snow (26-6) 6, Western Texas (22-10) 2, Arizona Western (26-7) 1, Three Rivers (26-7) 1.

    Poll voters include: Brad Hallier, Hutchinson (Kan.) News; Jay Neal, Jacksonville (Texas) Progress; Matt Daniels, Morristown (Tenn.) Citizen-Tribune; J. Levi Burnfin, Garden City (Kan.) Telegram; Jason Kort, Gillette (Wyo.) News Record; Erick Starkey, Torrington (Wyo.) Telegram; Oscar LeRoy, Midland (Texas) Reporter-Telegram; Matt King, Park Hills (Mo.) Daily Journal; Kevin Pink, KMGO-FM; Darius Joshua, KTVO; Todd Shanesy, Spartanburg (S.C.) Herald-Journal; Ryan Lewis, Altus (Okla.) Times; Steve Stockmar, Sierra Vista (Ariz.) Herald; J.B. Connoley, KWIX-AM; and Mike Buhler, Norfolk (Neb.) Daily News.
     

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