Washington Girls Basketball AP 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 Record Points Last

1. Lynnwood (4) 9-1 75 –

2. Gonzaga Prep (3) 8-1 62 –

3. Todd Beamer (1) 9-0 61 –

4. Skyview 9-1 57 –

5. Mt. Rainier 7-2 53 –

6. Eastlake 8-1 40 –

7. Lewis and Clark 7-2 25 –

8. Puyallup 8-0 23 –

9. Arlington 9-0 14 –

10. Newport (Bellevue) 6-1 11 –

(tie)Chiawana 8-2 11 –

Others receiving votes: Mead 5. Issaquah 3.

CLASS 3A

School Record Points Last

1. Juanita (2) 10-0 80 –

2. Cleveland (7) 7-2 74 –

3. Bellevue 10-1 71 –

4. Glacier Peak 10-1 61 –

5. Holy Names 8-1 35 –

6. Lincoln 9-0 32 –

7. Mountlake Terrace 7-3 21 –

(tie)Blanchet 8-1 21 –

9. Prairie 8-1 19 –

(tie)Kamiakin 6-4 19 –

Others receiving votes: Everett 18. Wilson, Woodrow 17. Liberty (Renton) 11. Sunnyside 11. Shorecrest 4. Ferndale 1.

CLASS 2A

School Record Points Last

1. Mark Morris (8) 9-0 80 –

2. W. F. West 8-2 68 –

3. Ellensburg 6-1 55 –

4. Sumner 9-1 46 –

5. River Ridge 8-2 39 –

6. Cedarcrest 8-1 38 –

7. Black Hills 8-1 32 –

8. White River 7-2 28 –

9. East Valley (Spokane) 7-2 19 –

10. West Valley (Yakima) 7-1 18 –

Others receiving votes: Renton 7. Colville 4. Port Angeles 4. East Valley (Yakima) 2.

CLASS 1A

School Record Points Last

1. Brewster (9) 10-0 90 –

2. Cashmere 9-0 75 –

3. Okanogan 10-0 65 –

4. Lynden Christian 6-2 44 –

5. Woodland 9-0 42 –

6. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 8-1 35 –

7. King’s 5-3 32 –

8. Cascade Christian 7-1 22 –

9. Rochester 10-0 19 –

10. Blaine 5-4 18 –

Others receiving votes: Montesano 11. Charles Wright Academy 10. Nooksack Valley 9. La Salle 6. Cascade (Leavenworth) 6. Kalama 4. Zillah 4. Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 2. Newport 1.

CLASS 2B

School Record Points Last

1. Northwest Christian (Colbert) (5) 11-0 59 –

2. Toutle Lake (2) 8-0 47 –

3. Colfax 8-3 39 –

4. Bear Creek School 7-0 35 –

5. Wahkiakum 7-1 34 –

6. Willapa Valley 9-2 27 –

7. DeSales 7-2 26 –

8. Napavine 7-3 24 –

9. LaConner 6-3 20 –

10. Pe Ell 3-4 18 –

Others receiving votes: Morton-White Pass 16. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 12. White Swan 7. Orcas Island 6. Darrington 6. Onalaska 4. Crosspoint Academy 3. Asotin 2.

CLASS 1B

School Record Points Last

1. Colton (4) 7-0 48 –

2. Sunnyside Christian (1) 6-1 43 –

3. Republic 9-2 32 –

4. Wilbur-Creston 9-0 31 –

5. Pateros (2) 7-1 20 –

Others receiving votes: Neah Bay 19. Entiat 18. Muckleshoot Tribal School 16. Tekoa-Oakesdale 14. St. John-Endicott 12. Tulalip Heritage 12. Pomeroy 9. Mount Vernon Christian 6.

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