Glacier Peak XC girls ranked No. 1 in coaches poll

Despite the loss of Amy-Eloise Neale and Katie Bianchini, the Glacier Peak girls cross country team is ranked No. 1 in the inaugural coaches poll for Washington State cross country.

Here’s a look at the polls:

BOYS

CLASS 4A

1. Central Valley

2. Gig Harbor

3. Eisenhower

4. Wenatchee

5. Jackson

6. Olympia

7. Garfield

8. Eastlake

9. Mead

10. Lewis &Clark

Others: Ferris, Lake Stevens, Bellarmine Prep

CLASS 3A

1. North Central

2. Nathan Hale

3. Kamiakin

4. Seattle Prep

5. Mt. Spokane

6. Bellevue

7. Columbia River

8. University

9. Bainbridge

10. Bishop Blanchet

Others: Lakes, Oak Harbor, Shorewood

CLASS 2A

1. Bellingham

2. Cedarcrest

3. Squalicum

4. Sehome

5. Lakewood

6. Lake Washington

7. Cheney

8. Lindbergh

9. West Valley-Yakima

10. Sequim

Others: Mark Morris, Sumner, Tumwater

CLASS 1A

1. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls)

2. King’s

3. Medical Lake

4. Charles Wright Academy

5. La Center

6. Meridian

7. Lynden Christian

8. Royal

9. Cashmere

10. Blaine

Others: Toledo

CLASS 2B/1B

1. Tri-Cities Prep

2. Asotin

3. Northwest Christian-Colbert

4. Northwest Christian-Lacey

GIRLS

CLASS 4A

1. Camas

2. Tahoma

3. Richland

4. Snohomish

5. Bellarmine Prep

6. Central Valley

7. Eisenhower

8. Eastmont

9. Central Kitsap

10. Jackson

Others: Union, Redmond, Roosevelt, Eastlake, Gig Harbor

CLASS 3A

1. Glacier Peak

2. Kamiakin

3. Peninsula

4. Prairie

5. Mt. Spokane

6. Liberty-Issaquah

7. Interlake

8. Mercer Island

9. Shadle Park

10. Lakeside-Seattle

Others: Bishop Blanchet, Oak Harbor, Stanwood

CLASS 2A

1. Sehome

2. Burlington

3. Bellingham

4. Capital

5. Cedarcrest

6. West Valley-Yakima

7. North Kitsap

8. Deer Park

9. Port Angeles

10. Sumner

Others: Ellensburg, Steilacoom, Kingston, Ephrata

CLASS 1A

1. Riverside

2. King’s

3. Northwest

4. Lynden Christian

5. Lakeside

6. Meridian

7. Medical Lake

8. La Center

9. South Whidbey

10. Cedar Park Christian

Others: Kalama

CLASS 2B/1B

1. St. John-Endicott

2. Northwest Christian-Lacey

3. Morton-White Pass

4. Ocosta

5. Northwest Christian-Colbert

Others: Asotin

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