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Just like our first girls' hoops power rankings, the top three choices this time were fairly clear cut. It's after that trio where we saw a few teams shuffling around. Check the jump for the complete Top 10... Previous week's ranking in parentheses...1. Red Lion (1) -- The undefeated Lions just keep rolling. Of their 10 wins, seven have been by 20 points or more. Only one local team -- Dallastown -- has given Red Lion much of a game, and those two will play again on Jan. 25. 2. York Catholic (2) -- We all know about Kady Schrann, but the Fighting Irish (10-0) have three other players who can score in double figures any given night. Rachel Forjan, Morgan Klunk and Karli McFatridge are all averaging around nine points per game. 3. Delone Catholic (3) -- Junior Sierra Moore leads the league with 24.6 points per game so far, but the Squirettes will need to get more from the players around her as the season goes on. Moore has accounted for around 44 percent of Delone's offense so far. 4. Dallastown (6) -- After slogging through a challenging early season schedule, the Wildcats (7-4) have hit their stride a bit, and look like the clear favorite to finish runner-up to Red Lion in YAIAA Division I. 5. Eastern York (8) -- The Golden Knights (8-3) have pieced together a nice little stretch recently, winning five straight games after a sluggish 3-3 start to the season. Many of those five wins have been comfortable, too, including Friday's double-digit victory against Susquehannock. 6. Kennard-Dale (4) -- The talent is there, now the Rams just need to be more consistent. After a red-hot start, Kennard-Dale (7-3), dropped three straight in late December. At least the Rams appear to have righted themselves, with a pair of victories in the new year. 7. Susquehannock (7) -- Friday's lopsided defeat aside, the Warriors (6-5) certainly seem to have taken a step forward this year. Susquehannock's 4-2 record in division play is good to perch it atop the Division III standings for now. 8. Dover (5) -- All in all, it's been a pretty good start to the season for the Eagles (6-4); although Friday's loss to Spring Grove, in which Dover allowed the game's final 24 points, no doubt hurt. 9. Bermudian Springs (NR) -- A relatively unheralded team that has been able to hang tough so far. Paige Dennison (12.9 ppg) has led the way so far for the Eagles (6-4). 10. Biglerville (10) -- Give credit where it's due: The Canners have scratched out a 7-5 record so far, most recently downing Hanover Friday behind Bree Grim's 21 points. Honorable mention: Hanover (6-6), New Oxford (5-6), Spring Grove (4-7)

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