The Herald’s Prep Football Power Rankings

OVERALL POWER RANKINGS

Team (1st votes) Pts. Rec.

1. Marysville Pilchuck 45 7-0

Last week: Beat Everett 63-27

2. Edmonds-Woodway 42 7-0

Last week: Beat Lynnwood 35-7

3. Glacier Peak 38 6-1

Last week: Beat Shorewood 20-8

4. Cascade 37 6-1

Last week: Beat No. 14 Jackson 37-0

5. Oak Harbor 32 6-1

Last week: Beat Marysville Getchell 41-7

6. Meadowdale 30 5-2

Last week: Lost to Eastlake 48-27

7. Kamiak 28 5-2

Last week: Beat Mariner 48-13

8. Lakewood 24 7-0

Last week: Beat Cedarcrest 21-0

9. King’s 19 6-1

Last week: Beat Granite Falls 55-7

10. Mount Vernon 18 5-2

Last week: Beat Snohomish 20-10

11. Lake Stevens 17 4-3

Last week: Beat Stanwood 35-21

12. Monroe 11 3-4

Last week: Beat No. 13 Arlington 19-15

13. Arlington 7 3-4

Last week: Lost to No. 12 Monroe 19-15

14. Jackson 6 3-4

Last week: Lost to No. 4 Cascade 37-0

15. Sultan 5 3-4

Last week: Beat Archbishop Murphy 21-16

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. MP

2. E-W

3. Cascade

4. GP

5. Meadowdale

6. Oak Harbor

7. Kamiak

8. Lakewood

9. Mount Vernon

10. King’s

11. Lake Stevens

12. Jackson

13. Monroe

14. Arlington

15. Sultan

Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

1. MP

2. E-W

3. GP

4. Cascade

5. Oak Harbor

6. Meadowdale

7. Kamiak

8. Lakewood

9. Lake Stevens

10. King’s

11. Mount Vernon

12. Monroe

13. Arlington

14. Jackson

15. Sultan

David Krueger, Herald Writer

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Edmonds-Woodway

3. Glacier Peak

4. Cascade

5. Oak Harbor

6. Kamiak

7. Meadowdale

8. Lakewood

9. King’s

10. Mount Vernon

11. Lake Stevens

12. Monroe

13. Sultan

14. Arlington

15. Darrington

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