Jackson drops to No. 2 in latest coaches poll

The Jackson volleyball team traveled all the way across the state to the Crossover Classic volleyball tournament in Spokane this past weekend and the Timberwolves weren’t treated well by the hosts.

Mead handed Jackson its first defeat in the state of Washington in a best-of-three match and the loss is reflected in the latest Washington State Coaches Volleyball Association rankings. Mead over took Jackson in the No. 1 spot, which the Timberwolves have had a stranglehold on all season.

Here’s a look at the full rankings:


1. Mead

2. Jackson

3. Curtis


5. Bellarmine Prep

6. Camas

7. Olympia

8. Skyline

9. Auburn Riverside

10. Puyallup



2. Mercer Island

3. Mt. Si

4. Timberline

5. Kennewick

6. Seattle Prep

7. Glacier Peak

8.Mount Spokane

9. Kamiakan

10. Kennedy


1. West Valley (Yakima)

2. Selah

3. Tumwater

4. Colville

5. Anacortes

6. Capital (Olympia)

7. East Valley (Spokane)

8. Ridgefield

9. Washington

10. Burlington-Edison


1. Castle Rock

2. Cascade Leavenworth

3. King’s

4. Chelan

5. Lakeside

6. Brewster


8. Lynden Christian

9. Kalama

10. Naches Valley



2. Bear Creek

3. Rearden

4. Riverside Christian

5. Pe Ell

6. LaConner

7. Northwest Christian Colbert

8. Darrington

9. Dayton

10. Kittitas



2. Pateros



5. Moses Lake Christ.


7.Sunnyside Christian

8. Mount Vernon Christian

9. St. John-Endicott.

10. Rainer Christian

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