Snohomish moves up to No. 7 in latest baseball poll

The Snohomish baseball team moved up three spots to No. 7 in the Class 4A baseball poll after going 3-0 last week, including two wins over Mount Vernon.

Shorewood remained No. 1 in the 3A poll and Marysville Pilchuck moved up a spot to No. 5 after a 3-0 week. In 2A, Archbishop Murphy remained second behind Lynden.

Here’s the Week 5 Washington state high school baseball rankings courtesy Washington Baseball Poll.

4A

1. Puyallup (13-1)

2. Gonzaga Prep (11-0)

3. Emerald Ridge (13-1)

4. Skyline (10-5)

5. Kentwood (13-3)

6. Ballard (9-4)

7. Snohomish (12-3)

8. Moses Lake (10-2)

9. Olympia (12-5)

10. Mead (11-3)

3A

1. Shorewood (15-0)

2. Kennewick(14-2)

3. Auburn Mountainview(16-2)

4. Mt. Si (11-2)

5. Marysville Pilchuck (12-2)

6. Kelso (11-2)

7. Timberline (14-2)

8. West Seattle (10-3)

9. Eastside Catholic (11-4)

10. Southridge (12-4)

2A

1. Lynden (14-1)

2. Archbishop Murphy (16-1)

3. West Valley Yakima (11-2)

4. West Valley Spokane (10-1)

5. W.F. West (11-3)

6. Sehome (12-3)

7. Ellensburg (10-3)

8. Bremerton (11-4)

9. East Valley (Yak) (9-3)

10. Mark Morris (9-2)

1A

1. Montesano (14-0)

2. Naches Valley (15-1)

3. Cashmere (14-1)

4. Medical Lk. (13-2)

5. LaSalle (14-2)

6. Kalama (10-3)

7. Cedar Park Chr. (10-3)

8. Meridan (9-5)

9. Brewster (10-4)

10. Castle Rock (7-5)

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