Inaugural AP football polls

Here is the inaugural Associated Press high school football poll of 2012. Ten media outlets from around the state, including The Daily Herald (myself), The Tacoma News Tribune (Todd Milles) and The Olympian (Meg Wochnick), are voting weekly:

CLASS 4A

1. Skyline (10)  2-0 100

2. Mead  2-0 89

3. Federal Way  2-0 79

4. Bellarmine Prep  1-1 60

5. Skyview  1-1 54

6. Camas  2-0 43

7. Kentwood  2-0 33

8. Woodinville  2-0 22

9. Ferris  2-0 21

10. Edmonds-Woodway  2-0 14

Others: Bothell 10. Graham-Kapowsin 9. Issaquah 7.

CLASS 3A

1. Bellevue (10)  2-0 100

2. O’Dea  2-0 87

3. Mount Si  2-0 78

4. Lakes  1-1 63

5. Meadowdale  2-0 61

6. Eastside Catholic  2-0 38

7. Oak Harbor  2-0 37

8. Kamiakin  1-1 34

9. Glacier Peak  2-0 22

10. Seattle Prep  1-1 12

CLASS 2A

1. Archbishop Murphy (3)  2-0 93

2. Capital (6)  2-0 88

3. Prosser  2-0 79

4. Othello  2-0 68

5. Lynden (1)  1-1 60

6. W. F. West  2-0 49

7. Lakewood  2-0 37

8. Burlington-Edison  2-0 32

9. Ellensburg  2-0 23

10. East Valley (Spokane)  2-0 8

CLASS 1A

1. King’s (9)  2-0 99

2. Royal  2-0 84

3. Cashmere  2-0 72

4. Blaine  2-0 63

5. Cle Elum-Roslyn  2-0 52

6. Montesano (1)  1-1 44

7. Cascade Christian  1-1 35

8. Hoquiam  2-0 23

9. Cedar Park Christian (Bothell)  2-0 22

10. Woodland  2-0 21

Others: Mount Baker 9.

CLASS 2B

1. Morton White Pass (2)  2-0  46

2. Waitsburg-Prescott (2)  2-0  45

3. Colfax (1)  1-0  36

4. Willapa Valley  2-0  23

5. DeSales  2-0  20

6. Napavine  1-1  15

7. Adna  0-2  13

8. Lind-Ritzville Sprague  1-0  12

(tie) Naselle  2-0  12

10. White Swan  2-0  11

Others: Wahkiakum 10. Toutle Lake 7.

CLASS 1B

1. Neah Bay (2)  2-0 55

2. Liberty Christian (2)  2-0 46

3. Wellpinit  2-0 40

4. Lummi (2)  1-1 29

5. Touchet  1-0 21

Others: Cusick 20. Selkirk 16. Entiat 7

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