Prep basketball power polls

Eds. note: Below are the first Herald power polls of the 2012-13 season. They include all teams from local conferences, including Wesco, Cascade Conference, Northwest 1A/2B and Northwest 1B, and are voted on by Herald prep editor Aaron Swaney and Herald writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger.

BOYS BASKETBALL

1. Jackson (2-0)

2. Mountlake Terrace (3-0)

3. Glacier Peak (1-1)

4. Stanwood (2-1)

5. Arlington (3-0)

6. Edmonds-Woodway (1-1)

7. Mariner (3-1)

8. Shorewood (1-1)

9. Shorecrest (2-0)

10. Snohomish (2-1)

11. Meadowdale (2-1)

12. Lake Stevens (0-2)

13. Kamiak (0-1)

14. Oak Harbor (0-1)

15. Everett (1-2)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

1. Lynnwood (2-0)

2. Everett (3-0)

3. Lake Stevens (1-0)

4. Stanwood (1-1)

5. Arlington (2-0)

6. Jackson (0-0)

7. Shorecrest (1-1)

8. Cedarcrest (3-0)

9. Snohomish (1-0)

10. Glacier Peak (0-1)

11. Kamiak (1-0)

12. Edmonds-Woodway (1-1)

13. Mount Vernon (1-0)

14. Mountlake Terrace (1-1)

15. Archbishop Murphy (1-1)

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