Prep Basketball Power Poll | Jan. 28

Herald prep editor Aaron Swaney and Herald prep writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger rank the area’s boys and girls basketball teams. For each staffers individual polls scroll below the power rankings.

BOYS POWER POLL

Team Rec. Pvs. Note

1. Jackson 19-0 1 Timberwolves go 3-0 to remain unbeaten

2. M. Terrace 16-2 2 Hawks hang on to edge No. 6 Shorewood

3. Arlington 17-2 3 Eagles beat Snohomish to clinch league title

4. Glacier Peak 15-3 4 Up next: Shorewood, No. 2 M. Terrace

5. Stanwood 13-5 5 Faces No. 6 Shorewood in season finale

6. Shorewood 14-4 6 Still can win 3A South, but face tough foes

7. Ed-Woodway 12-7 7 Winners of four of five since loss to Arl.

8. Mount Vernon 13-6 8 Clinched 4A North No. 2 seed

9. Kamiak 10-9 10 Season finale: No. 1 Jackson at home

10. Cedarcrest 11-7 13 Edged out A. Murphy for one-point win

11. La Conner 16-1 12 Suffered first loss of the season to F. Harbor

12. Mariner 10-9 11 Pair of tough losses to E-W, Kamiak

13. King’s 14-5 9 Barely beat G.F., upset by Lakewood

14. CPC-MLT 17-1 14 Showdown with Fri. Harbor tonight

15. Oak Harbor 10-8 15 Goes 2-0 to clinch district berth

GIRLS POWER POLL

Team Rec. Pvs. Note

1. Lynnwood 18-1 1 Two more wins to lock down 4A South title

2. Stanwood 17-2 2 Two more wins to finish unbeaten in league

3. Glacier Peak 14-5 5 Big wins over Meadowdale, Shorewood

4. Arlington 15-3 4 Eagles spiraling, losers of three of four

5. Meadowdale 13-6 7 Big win over Shorewood; loss to G. Peak

6. Shorewood 13-6 3 Up next: No. 2 Stanwood

7. Lake Stevens 12-6 9 Rising high since return of Brooke Pahukoa

8. Arch. Murphy 14-3 6 Lost first league game to Cedarcrest

9. Cedarcrest 16-2 12 Beats Murphy on last-second shot

10. Ed-Woodway 10-8 10 Faces Kamiak tonight to wrap up No. 3 seed

11. Jackson 10-8 11 Faces Mariner tonight to wrap up No. 2 seed

12. Snohomish 13-6 8 Big win over Monroe to clinch No. 3 seed

13. Everett 9-10 NR Suspended players return Wednesday

14. Monroe 10-9 13 Bearcats limping to finish line, losers 3 of 4

15. Shorecrest 10-9 14 Scots beat G.Peak, winners of five of six

Aaron Swaney, Herald prep editor

Boys

1. Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Arlington

4. Glacier Peak

5. Stanwood

6. Shorewood

7. Edmonds-Woodway

8. Mount Vernon

9. Kamiak

10. Cedarcrest

11. La Conner

12. Mariner

13. Oak Harbor

14. King’s

15. Marysville Getchell

Girls

1. Lynnwood

2. Stanwood

3. Arlington

4. Glacier Peak

5. Meadowdale

6. Archbishop Murphy

7. Shorewood

8. Lake Stevens

9. Cedarcrest

10. Edmonds-Woodway

11. Jackson

12. Snohomish

13. Shorecrest

14. Everett

15. Darrington

Aaron Lommers, Herald writer

Boys

1. Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Glacier Peak

4. Arlington

5. Stanwood

6. Shorewood

7. Edmonds-Woodway

8. Mount Vernon

9. Kamiak

10. Cedarcrest

11. King’s

12. La Conner

13. Cedar Park Christian

14. Archbishop Murphy

15. Mariner

Girls

1. Lynnwood

2. Stanwood

3. Glacier Peak

4. Arlington

5. Meadowdale

6. Shorewood

7. Lake Stevens

8. Cedarcrest

9. Archbishop Murphy

10. Edmonds-Woodway

11. Jackson

12. Snohomish

13. Everett

14. Monroe

15. Darrington

David Krueger, Herald writer

Boys

1. Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Arlington

4. Stanwood

5. Glacier Peak

6. Shorewood

7. Edmonds-Woodway

8. Mount Vernon

9. Kamiak

10. Mariner

11. La Conner

12. CPC – MLT

13. King’s

14. Cedarcrest

15. Oak Harbor

Girls

1. Lynnwood

2. Stanwood

3. Glacier Peak

4. Arlington

5. Meadowdale

6. Shorewood

7. Lake Stevens

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. Jackson

10. Snohomish

11. Cedarcrest

12. Archbishop Murphy

13. Monroe

14. Everett

15. Darrington

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