The Herald’s Basketball Power Rankings | Week 1

Overall Boys Basketball Power Rankings

Team Pts. Rec.

1. Jackson 45 0-0

2. Arlington 40 3-0

3. Stanwood 39 2-0

4. Mountlake Terrace 37 2-0

5. Meadowdale 34 2-0

6. Shorewood 29 2-0

7. Shorecrest 26 2-0

8. Edmonds-Woodway 24 0-2

9. Glacier Peak 22 1-0

10. Marysville Pilchuck 15 1-1

11. Everett 12 2-1

12. Cedarcrest 10 3-0

13. (tie) Lake Stevens 8 1-2

Mount Vernon 8 0-2

15. Granite Falls 5 2-0

Overall Girls Basketball Power Rankings

Team Pts. Rec.

1. Lynnwood 45 3-0

2. Arlington 42 2-0

3. (tie) Jackson 37 1-0

Glacier Peak 37 2-0

5. Everett 32 2-0

6. Stanwood 31 1-1

7. Mountlake Terrace 28 3-0

8. Edmonds-Woodway 22 2-0

9. Mount Vernon 19 2-0

10. Snohomish 15 0-2

11. Shorewood 14 2-0

12. Marysville Pilchuck 13 1-1

13. Shorecrest 12 2-0

14. Monroe 8 1-1

15. (tie) King’s 2 1-2

Cedarcrest 2 2-1

Boys basketball power rankings

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. Jackson

2. Mountlake Terrace

3. Stanwood

4. Arlington

5. Meadowdale

6. Edmonds-Woodway

7. Shorewood

8. Shorecrest

9. Everett

10. Glacier Peak

11. Marysville Pilchuck

12. Cedarcrest

13. Granite Falls

14. Lake Stevens

15. Tulalip Heritage

David Krueger, Herald Writer

1. Jackson

2. Arlington

3. Stanwood

4. Mountlake Terrace

5. Meadowdale

6. Shorewood

7. Shorecrest

8. Glacier Peak

9. Edmonds-Woodway

10. Lake Stevens

11. Marysville Pilchuck

12. Mount Vernon

13. Kamiak

14. Everett

15. Granite Falls

Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

1. Jackson

2. Arlington

3. Stanwood

4. Meadowdale

5. Mountlake Terrace

6. Shorewood

7. Shorecrest

8. Glacier Peak

9. Edmonds-Woodway

10. Cedarcrest

11. Marysville Pilchuck

12. Mount Vernon

13. Everett

14. King’s

15. Granite Falls

Girls Basketball Power Rankings

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. Lynnwood

2. Arlington

3. Jackson

4. Glacier Peak

5. Everett

6. Mountlake Terrace

7. Stanwood

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. Mount Vernon

10. Shorewood

11. Marysville Pilchuck

12. Shorecrest

13. Monroe

14. Snohomish

15. Cedarcrest

David Krueger, Herald Writer

1. Lynnwood

2. Arlington

3. Glacier Peak

4. Stanwood

5. Jackson

6. Everett

7. Mountlake Terrace

8. Marysville Pilchuck

9. Snohomish

10. Edmonds-Woodway

11. Mount Vernon

12. Shorewood

13. Shorecrest

14. Monroe

15. Lake Stevens

Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

1. Lynnwood

2. Arlington

3. Jackson

4. Glacier Peak

5. Everett

6. Stanwood

7. Mountlake Terrace

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. Mount Vernon

10. Snohomish

11. Shorecrest

12. Shorewood

13. Monroe

14. King’s

15. Cedarcrest

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