Prep Basketball Power Polls | Jan. 14

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

TeamRec.Pvs.Note

1. Jackson13-01Runaway win over North’s best Arlington

2. Mountlake Terrace11-23Comeback win over North’s best Stanwood

3. Arlington13-24Sure Eagles lost to Jackson, but win over E-W impressive

4. Shorewood11-35Wins over Oak Harbor, Getchell makes it eight straight

5. Stanwood9-56Beats Glacier Peak, but can’t hold off Terrace

6. Glacier Peak11-32Falls behind Terrace, Shorewood after loss to Spartans

7. Edmonds-Woodway8-67Beats Monroe but loses to Arlington

8. King’s12-39Easy wins over S. Whidbey, Coupeville is six straight

9. Kamiak6-710Rolling after wins over Lake Stevens, Snohomish

10. CPC-MLT14-011Big game against La Conner (11-1) this Friday

11. Mariner9-614Good wins over Monroe, MV, but drop thriller to Lake Stevens

12. Mount Vernon10-58Beats Lynnwood, Cascade; loses to Mariner

13. Oak Harbor8-612Nearly toppled No. 4 Shorewood in overtime thriller

14. Cedarcrest7-713Finally reaches .500 with wins over Lakewood, Coupeville

15. La Conner11-1NRFaces Cedar Park Christian-MLT in epic 2B battle

GIRLS POWER POLL

TeamRec.Pvs.Note

1. Arlington14-01Big week for Eagles with wins over E-W, Jackson

2. Lynnwood13-12Rebounds from first loss with 3-0 week

3. Stanwood11-23Big win over Glacier Peak solidifies Spartans in top 3

4. Shorewood11-36Rivalry game with Shorecrest this Saturday

5. Glacier Peak10-44Bounced back from loss to Stanwood with nice win over MP

6. Archbishop Murphy10-27Wildcats win two by combined score of 121-36

7. Jackson8-58Win over Snohomish dampened by tough loss to Arlington

8. Meadowdale10-410Winners of seven straight play No. 3 Stanwood Wed.

9. Snohomish10-55Lose to 4A South’s best Jackson, Lynnwood

10. Monroe9-614Bearcats go 3-0, create three-way tie for second in 4A North

11. Lake Stevens9-611Wins over Mukilteo schools dampened by loss to Lynnwood

12. Cedarcrest12-213Red Wolves win two by combined score of 129-42

13. Edmonds-Woodway8-69Warriors lose two in tough week against North

14. Everett7-712Short-handed Seagulls lose two

15. Shorecrest7-7NRYoung Scots beat Everett, MP to climb to .500

Aaron Swaney, Herald prep editor

Boys

1. Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Arlington

4. Stanwood

5. Shorewood

6. Glacier Peak

7. Kamiak

8. King’s

9. Edmonds-Woodway

10. Mariner

11. Cedar Park Christian-MLT

12. Oak Harbor

13. Mount Vernon

14. Cedarcrest

15. Lake Stevens

Girls

1. Arlington

2. Lynnwood

3. Stanwood

4. Shorewood

5. Glacier Peak

6. Archbishop Murphy

7. Jackson

8. Meadowdale

9. Snohomish

10. Monroe

11. Lake Stevens

12. Cedarcrest

13. Edmonds-Woodway

14. Shorecrest

15. Darrington

Aaron Lommers, Herald writer

Boys

1.Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Shorewood

4. Arlington

5. Glacier Peak

6. Stanwood

7. Edmonds-Woodway

8. King’s

9. Mariner

10. Mount Vernon

11. Cedar Park Christian

12. Kamiak

13. Oak Harbor

14. Cedarcrest

15. La Conner

Girls

1. Arlington

2. Lynnwood

3. Stanwood

4. Shorewood

5. Glacier Peak

6. MeadowdalE

7. Archbishop Murphy

8. Jackson

9. Snohomish

10. Lake Stevens

11. Monroe

12. Edmonds-Woodway

13. Cedarcrest

14. Everett

15. Darrington

David Krueger, Herald writer

Boys

1. Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Arlington

4. Stanwood

5. Glacier Peak

6. Shorewood

7. Kamiak

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. King’s

10. CPC – MLT

11. Mount Vernon

12. Oak Harbor

13. Cedarcrest

14. Shorecrest

15. La Conner

Girls

1. Arlington

2. Lynnwood

3. Stanwood

4. Glacier Peak

5. Shorewood

6. Snohomish

7. Jackson

8. Archbishop Murphy

9. Meadowdale

10. Monroe

11. Cedarcrest

12. Everett

13. Edmonds-Woodway

14. Lake Stevens

15. King’s

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