Prep football Week 9 power rankings

The Herald’s prep football power rankings

Team (first-place votes) Points Record

1. Marysville Pilchuck (3) 45 8-0

Last week: Beat No. 5 Oak Harbor 39-21; This week: at No. 3 Glacier Peak

2. Edmonds-Woodway 42 8-0

Last week: Beat Mariner 56-12; This week: at No. 8 Lake Stevens

3. Glacier Peak 39 7-1

Last week: Beat No. 6 Meadowdale 20-17; This week: vs. No. 1 M. Pilchuck

4. Cascade 36 7-1

Last week: Beat No. 10 Kamiak 28-14; This week: at No. 11 Monroe

5. Oak Harbor 29 6-2

Last week: Lost to No. 1 M. Pilchuck 39-21; This week: at No. 6 Meadowdale

6. (tie) Lakewood 28 8-0

Last week: Beat Granite Falls 42-21; This week: vs. No. 9 King’s

Meadowdale 28 5-3

Last week: Lost to No. 3 Glacier Peak 20-17; This week: vs. No. 5 Oak Harbor

8. Lake Stevens 27 5-3

Last week: Beat Snohomish 48-11; This week: vs. No. 2 Edmonds-Woodway

9. King’s 21 7-1

Last week: Beat Coupeville 28-0; This week: at No. 6 Lakewood

10. Kamiak 19 5-3

Last week: Lost to No. 4 Cascade 28-14; This week: at No. 12 Arlington

11. Monroe 16 4-4

Last week: Beat No. 14 Mt. Vernon 25-24; This week: vs. No. 4 Cascade

12. Arlington 12 4-4

Last week: Beat Inglemoor 24-16; This week: vs. No. 10 Kamiak

13. Jackson 8 4-4

Last week: Beat Lynnwood 56-34; This week: at No. 14 Mount Vernon

14. (tie) Sultan 5 4-4

Last week: Beat South Whidbey 40-28; This week: at Coupeville

Mount Vernon 5 5-3

Last week: Lost to No. 11 Monroe 25-24; This week: vs. No. 13 Jackson

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. MP

2. E-W

3. GP

4. Cascade

5. Lake Stevens

6. Meadowdale

7. Oak Harbor

8. Lakewood

9. King’s

10. Monroe

11. Kamiak

12. Arlington

13. Jackson

14. Mount Vernon

15. Sultan

David Krueger, Herald Prep Writer

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Edmonds-Woodway

3. Glacier Peak

4. Cascade

5. Oak Harbor

6. Meadowdale

7. Lakewood

8. Kamiak

9. King’s

10. Lake Stevens

11. Monroe

12. Arlington

13. Sultan

14. Jackson

15. Mount Vernon

Aaron Lommers, Herald Prep Writer

1. MP

2. E-W

3. GP

4. Cascade

5. Lakewood

6. Lake Stevens

7. Oak Harbor

8. Meadowdale

9. King’s

10. Kamiak

11. Monroe

12. Arlington

13. Jackson

14. Mount Vernon

15. Sultan

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