Herald basketball power polls

BOYS

Rank. Team (Record), Previous rank

1. Mountlake Terrace (4-1), 2

2. Jackson (3-0), 1

3. Arlington (5-0), 5

4. Glacier Peak (3-1), 3

5. Stanwood (3-2), 4

6. Lake Stevens (1-2), 12

7. Shorewood (2-2), 8

8. Mariner (4-1), 7

9. Kamiak (1-2), 13

10. Sultan (2-2), NR

11. Edmonds-Woodway (1-2), 6

12. Meadowdale (2-3), 11

13. Shorecrest (3-1), 9

14. Mount Vernon (2-2), 10

15. Cedar Park Chr.-MLT (5-0), NR

GIRLS

Rank. Team (Record), Previous rank

1. Lynnwood (3-0), 1

2. Lake Stevens (3-0), 3

3. Arlington (4-0), 5

4. Stanwood (3-1), 4

5. Jackson (1-1), 6

6. Monroe (2-2), NR

7. Everett (3-1), 2

8. Cedarcrest (5-0), 8

9. Glacier Peak (2-2), 10

10. Edmonds-Woodway (2-2), 12

11. Archbishop Murphy (2-1), 15

12. Snohomish (3-1), 9

13. Shorewood (3-1), NR

14. Darrington (4-1), NR

15. Meadowdale (2-2), NR

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