The Herald’s boys basketball power rankings

The Herald overall rankings

Team Pts. Rec.

1. Jackson 45 15-1

2. Stanwood 42 16-0

3. Arlington 39 15-2

4. Mountlake Terrace 36 12-4

5. Glacier Peak 33 13-4

6. King’s 30 15-2

7. Snohomish 27 10-7

8. (tie) Edmonds-Woodway 22 8-8

Shorecrest 22 10-6

10. Shorewood 19 9-7

11. Kamiak 11 8-8

12. Meadowdale 10 9-7

13. Cedarcrest 9 10-5

14 (tie) Mount Vernon 5 8-9

Archbishop Murphy 5 7-8

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. Jackson

2. Stanwood

3. Arlington

4. Mountlake Terrace

5. Glacier Peak

6. King’s

7. Snohomish

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. Shorecrest

10. Shorewood

11. Kamiak

12. Marysville Pilchuck

13. Meadowdale

14. Mount Vernon

15. Archbishop Murphy

David Krueger, Herald Writer

1. Jackson

2. Stanwood

3. Arlington

4. Mountlake Terrace

5. Glacier Peak

6. King’s

7. Snohomish

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. Shorecrest

10. Shorewood

11. Cedarcrest

12. Kamiak

13. Mount Vernon

14. Meadowdale

15. Archbishop Murphy

Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

1. Jackson

2. Stanwood

3. Arlington

4. Mountlake Terrace

5. Glacier Peak

6. King’s

7. Snohomish

8. Shorecrest

9. Shorewood

10. Edmonds-Woodway

11. Meadowdale

12. Cedarcrest

13. Archbishop Murphy

14. Kamiak

15. Sultan

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