The Herald’s Power Rankings

Eds. note: Overall power rankings are devised by combining power polls of all three Herald writers.

Overall Power Rankings

Team (First-place votes) Pts. Rec.

1. Marysville Pilchuck (3) 45 4-0

Last week: Beat Shorewood 48-14; Up next: vs. Marysville Getchell

2. Glacier Peak 42 4-0

Last week: Beat Mountlake Terrace 35-0; Up next: at Shorecrest

3. Edmonds-Woodway 39 4-0

Last week: Beat No. 5 Jackson 35-28; Up next: vs. No. 4 Cascade

4. Cascade 35 4-0

Last week: Beat Mariner 51-34; Up next: at No. 3 Ed-Woodway

5. Jackson 32 2-2

Last week: Lost to No. 3 Ed-Woodway 35-28; Up next: vs. Kamiak

6. Meadowdale 30 3-1

Last week: Beat Shorecrest 42-7; Up next: vs. Shorewood

7. Lake Stevens 27 2-2

Last week: Beat No. 15 Monroe 49-13; Up next: at No. 13 Mt. Vernon

8. Oak Harbor 24 3-1

Last week: Beat Everett 49-16; Up next: vs. No. 14 Stanwood

9 (tie). Lakewood 20 4-0

Last week: Beat Archbishop Murphy 28-0; Up next: vs. So. Whidbey

Kamiak 20 3-1

Last week: Beat Lynnwood 26-10; Up next: at No. 5 Jackson

11 (tie). Arlington 14 2-2

Last week: Beat No. 13 Mt. Vernon 14-7; Up next: at Snohomish

King’s 14 3-1

Last week: Beat South Whidbey 35-14; Up next: vs. No. 15 Sultan

13. Mount Vernon 9 3-1

Last week: Lost to No. 11 Arlington 14-7; Up next: vs. Lake Stevens

14. Stanwood 6 2-2

Last week: Beat No. 15 M. Getchell 35-7; Up next: at No. 8 Oak Harbor

15 (tie). Sultan 1 2-2

Last week: Beat Granite Falls 41-14; Up next: at No. 11 King’s

Marysville Getchell 1 2-2

Last week: Lost to No. 14 Stanwood 35-7; Up next: at No. 1 M. Pilchuck

Monroe 1 1-3

Last week: Lost to No. 7 Lake Stevens 49-13; Up next: vs. Woodinville

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Glacier Peak

3. Edmonds-Woodway

4. Cascade

5. Meadowdale

6. Jackson

7. Lake Stevens

8. Oak Harbor

9. Lakewood

10. Kamiak

11. Arlington

12. King’s

13. Mount Vernon

14. Stanwood

15. Marysville Getchell

Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Glacier Peak

3. Edmonds-Woodway

4. Cascade

5. Meadowdale

6. Jackson

7. Kamiak

8. Lake Stevens

9. Oak Harbor

10. Lakewood

11. Arlington

12. King’s

13. Mount Vernon

14. Stanwood

15. Sultan

David Krueger, Herald Writer

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Glacier Peak

3. Edmonds-Woodway

4. Jackson

5. Cascade

6. Lake Stevens

7. Oak Harbor

8. Meadowdale

9. Lakewood

10. King’s

11. Kamiak

12. Arlington

13. Mount Vernon

14. Stanwood

15. Monroe

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