Here is the latest Iowa High School boys basketball poll.

Only two teams from the Cedar Valley and northeast Iowa are featured in the fifth rankings of the season, released by the Associated Press Monday afternoon. Four others, however, are receiving votes for the top 10.

The rated area squads are metro rivals Waterloo West (8-1) and Cedar Falls (7-1). At No. 2 and No. 4, respectively, the Wahawks and Tigers are ranked in the same spots they were a week ago. Each team received one first-place vote.

The poll features two new No. 1 teams and a big shake-up in the Class 3A rankings. All of the teams rated in Iowa's second-largest class are different positions than they were in the last week.

The new leaders are Easton Valley (Class 1A) and Norwalk (Class 3A), which made a big leap to claim the top spot. The Warriors jumped six spots, after being ranked eighth in the Jan. 13 survey.

Dike-New Hartford and Gladbrook-Reinbeck both suffered losses last week and fell out of the poll. The Wolverines and Rebels both received votes to be ranked among the top 10 this week, as did Aplington-Parkerburg and Don Bosco.


The Top Ten teams in the Associated Press Iowa high school basketball poll with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Others receiving votes: Council Bluffs, Lincoln 15. Sioux City, East 2. Davenport, North 1.Others receiving votes: Clear Lake 20. Dallas Center-Grimes 20. Keokuk 10. Le Mars 8. DeWitt, Central 7. Gilbert 6. Harlan 6. Algona 4. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2. Washington 1. Denison-Schleswig 1.Others receiving votes: strong>Dike-New Hartford 8. Osage 7. Albia 6. Des Moines Christian 5. Aplington-Parkersburg 4. Woodward-Granger 4. Pella Christian 3. AHSTW 3. Orange City, Unity Christian 2. Corning, Southeast Valley 2. Rock Valley 1. Montecello 1.Others receiving votes: Don Bosco, Gilbertville 7. New London 5. Siouxland Christian 4. Gladbrook-Reinbeck 4. Newell-Fonda 3. Madrid 1.

RecordPtsPrv
1. Waukee (10)9-0116 1
2. Waterloo, West (1)8-1101 2
3. Iowa City, West7-190 3
4. Cedar Falls (1)7-187 4
5. Dubuque, Hempstead9-154 6
6. Ankeny Centennial10-1525
7. Eldridge, North Scott10-148 9
8. Dubuque, Senior6-14410
9. Ankeny9-130NR
10. West Des Moines, Dowling8-2208
RecordPtsPrv
1. Norwalk (3)8-292 8
2. Marion (1)9-19010
3. Davenport, Assumption (4)8-285 6
4. Carroll (1)7-173 1
5. Pella (1)8-257NR
6. Winterset7-254 4
7. Mount Vernon9-243 2
8. MOC-Floyd Valley10-228 7
9. Glenwood9-326NR
10. Ballard7-424NR
RecordPtsPrv
1. Hawarden, West Sioux (7)12-0113 1
2. Camanche (5)9-0107 2
3. Treynor11-190 3
4. Troy Mills, North Linn10-083 4
5. Boyden-Hull10-174 8
6. Dyersville, Beckman9-253 5
7. Van Meter10-046 9
8. Hull, Western Christian8-216NR
9. Iowa City, Regina8-2147
(tie) West Branch10-114NR
RecordPtsPrv
1. Easton Valley (5)11-0109 3
2. Algona, Garrigan (4)11-1106 4
3. Wayland, WACO (1)12-075 5
4. Montezuma8-168 1
5. West Fork (1)11-165 6
6. Lake Mills11-158 7
7. Remsen, St. Mary's9-2552
8. Paullina, South O'Brien10-24610
9. Mount Ayr (1)10-03810
9. Martensdale-St. Marys9-18NR
(tie) Highland12-18NR