AP Washington girls basketball poll

SEATTLE — How a state panel of sports writers rates Washington high school basketball teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2013, by WIAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

Class 4A

School Record Points Last

1. Mead (4) 16-1 74 2

2. Mt. Rainier (4) 18-1 65 1

3. Gonzaga Prep 16-1 64 3

4. Lynnwood 18-1 60 4

5. Puyallup 17-2 49 6

6. Inglemoor 15-2 36 9

7. Walla Walla 17-2 34 8

8. Todd Beamer 16-3 18 10

9. Arlington 16-3 16 7

10. Woodinville 15-4 11 5

Others receiving votes: Mount Vernon 9. Skyline 4. Union 4. Richland 2. Skyview 1. Moses Lake 1. Issaquah 1.

Class 3A

School Record Points Last

1. Prairie (8) 18-2 80 1

2. Cleveland 16-2 67 3

3. Wilson, Woodrow 13-2 61 2

4. Bellevue 18-1 59 4

5. Seattle Prep 15-3 52 5

6. Holy Names 16-2 35 6

7. Ferndale 15-2 33 8

8. Stanwood 17-2 30 7

9. Kamiakin 17-3 16 9

10. Mercer Island 15-4 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Mt. Spokane 8. Lakeside (Seattle) 4. Shadle Park 3. Juanita 2. Franklin 2. Glacier Peak 2. University 1. Enumclaw 1.

Class 2A

School Record Points Last

1. Mark Morris (9) 17-2 96 1

2. W. F. West 15-3 79 2

3. Wapato 15-1 64 3

4. Burlington-Edison 15-2 60 5

5. Archbishop Murphy 15-3 50 4

6. White River 16-3 47 7

7. Ellensburg 14-2 42 6

8. Renton 16-2 34 9

9. Cedarcrest 17-2 31 8

10. Pullman 12-5 12 NR

Others receiving votes: River Ridge 5. Port Angeles 3. Grandview 3. East Valley (Spokane) 2. Washougal 1.

Class 1A

School Record Points Last

1. Freeman (6) 19-0 74 1

2. Cascade Christian (1) 19-0 68 3

3. Castle Rock (1) 17-0 64 4

4. Brewster 16-1 45 2

4. Lynden Christian 16-3 45 7

6. Okanogan 14-3 42 6

7. Woodland 17-2 39 5

8. Chelan 14-3 29 9

9. University Prep 16-2 9 NR

10. La Salle 15-2 8 NR

Others receiving votes: Elma 3. Granger 3. King’s 3. LaCenter 3. Blaine 2. Zillah 1. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 1. Connell 1.

Class 2B

School Record Points Last

1. Reardan (6) 19-1 60 1

2. Pe Ell 16-1 51 2

3. Colfax 17-3 48 3

4. Raymond 18-1 41 4

5. NW Chr. (Colbert) 15-4 39 5

6. Darrington 17-2 26 6

7. Riverside Christian 10-3 18 9

8. Morton-White Pass 14-5 12 NR

9. LaConner 15-4 9 NR

10. DeSales 13-3 7 7

Others receiving votes: Napavine 6. Onalaska 6. Dayton 5. Bear Creek School 2.

Class 1B

School Record Points Last

1. Colton (3) 16-1 47 1

2. Sunnyside Chr. (1) 18-0 45 2

3. Neah Bay (1) 11-1 43 3

4. Cusick 18-2 32 5

5. Almira Coulee-Hartline 14-5 21 4

Others receiving votes: Mt. Rainier Lutheran 6. Republic 6.

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