Washington AP Girls Basketball Prep Poll

SEATTLE — How a state panel of sports writers rates Washington high school basketball teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2014, by WIAA divisions, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses):

Class 4A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Lynnwood (6) 20-1 86 1

2. Gonzaga Prep (2) 19-1 77 2

3. Skyview 18-1 70 4

4. Todd Beamer (1) 20-1 67 3

5. Inglemoor 17-3 53 6

6. Mt. Rainier 18-3 49 7

7. Chiawana 17-3 29 5

8. Mead 14-5 22 10

9. Central Valley 14-5 18 9

10. Eastlake 14-4 9 8

Others receiving votes: Arlington 6. Puyallup 3. Bellarmine Prep 2. Issaquah 2. Lewis and Clark 1. Walla Walla 1.

Class 3A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Cleveland (10) 19-2 100 1

2. Juanita 19-2 84 2

3. Blanchet 19-2 80 3

4. Glacier Peak 18-2 65 6

5. Holy Names 17-4 56 4

6. Prairie 16-3 44 7

7. Bellevue 17-5 33 T9

8. Mountlake Terrace 16-4 29 5

9. Kamiakin 14-6 27 8

10. Shorecrest 16-4 11 T9

Others receiving votes: Sunnyside 6. Wilson, Woodrow 5. Mountain View 5. Bonney Lake 2. Kennedy 1. Lincoln 1. Ferndale 1.

Class 2A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Mark Morris (10) 18-1 100 1

2. W. F. West 18-2 90 2

3. Sumner 20-1 77 3

4. River Ridge 16-3 69 4

5. Ellensburg 17-2 61 6

6. Black Hills 16-4 37 8

7. West Valley (Yakima) 17-3 35 5

8. Cedarcrest 17-3 31 7

(tie)East Valley (Spokane) 17-3 31 9

10. Renton 16-5 9 10

Others receiving votes: Port Angeles 5. White River 3. East Valley (Yakima) 2.

Class 1A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Cashmere (10) 20-0 100 1

2. Brewster 18-2 85 2

3. Woodland 20-0 79 3

4. Lynden Christian 17-2 67 5

5. King’s 15-3 62 6

6. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 18-2 43 7

7. Montesano 20-0 37 9

8. Okanogan 16-5 34 4

9. Blaine 15-6 22 10

10. Cascade Christian 15-4 8 8

Others receiving votes: Zillah 6. La Salle 4. Kalama 2. University Prep 1.

Class 2B

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Northwest Christian (Colbert) (6) 22-0 78 1

2. Toutle Lake (2) 19-0 74 2

3. Bear Creek School 18-0 64 3

4. Colfax 17-6 51 4

5. Morton-White Pass 15-4 45 5

6. Willapa Valley 17-3 42 6

7. LaConner 16-4 29 8

8. Wahkiakum 15-5 24 7

9. Darrington 14-4 15 10

(tie)Crosspoint Academy 14-5 15 9

Others receiving votes: White Swan 3.

Class 1B

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Colton (6) 20-0 77 1

2. Sunnyside Christian (1) 18-0 70 2

3. Wilbur-Creston 20-0 66 3

4. Pateros (1) 14-1 54 5

5. Neah Bay 14-1 53 4

Others receiving votes: None.

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