Washington Baseball Poll | Week 2

The Washington Baseball Poll’s latest rankings

Class 4A

1. Puyallup 8-0

2. Bothell 8-1

3. Gonzaga Prep 8-1

4. South Kitsap 7-2

5. Snohomish 6-2

6. Walla Walla 4-0

7. Union 6-3

8. Newport 6-3

9. Moses Lake 4-1

10. Camas 6-2

Class 3A

1. Shorewood 8-0

2. Timberline 9-0

3. Columbia River 8-0

4. Kennewick 6-0

5. Shadle Park 8-1

6. Hanford` 6-0

7. Marysville Pilchuck 5-1

8. O’Dea 5-1

9. Mt. Si 6-2

10. Kennedy 6-1

Class 2A

1. Tumwater 7-1

2. Sumner 9-0

3. Selah 7-1

4. WF West 6-2

5. Olympic 4-0

6. West Valley (Yakima) 7-1

7. Centralia 5-1

8. Anacortes 5-1

9. White River 7-1

10. Cedarcrest 5-0

Class 1A

1. Brewster 5-0

2. Connell 6-1

3. Naches 6-2

4. Cashmere NA

5. Okanogan 3-0

6. Tenino 5-1

7. Hoquiam 5-1

8. Meridian 4-2

9. Tonasket 4-0

10. Freeman 6-0

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