Washington 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 (7) 12-1 113 1

2. Gonzaga Prep (4) 12-1 107 2

3. Todd Beamer (1) 15-0 100 3

4. Skyview 14-1 88 4

5. Chiawana 13-2 56 7

6. Mt. Rainier 13-3 53 5

7. Inglemoor 11-3 51 NR

8. Eastlake 11-2 38 6

9. Arlington 12-2 19 8

10. Mead 9-4 10 10

Others receiving votes: Central Valley 9. Lewis and Clark 7. Puyallup 4. Newport (Bellevue) 2. Jackson 2. Kentwood 1.

Class 3A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Cleveland (12) 12-2 129 1

2. Holy Names 13-1 104 3

3. Juanita (1) 14-1 92 2

4. Mountlake Terrace 11-3 75 4

5. Glacier Peak 14-2 71 5

6. Blanchet 12-2 47 9

7. Prairie 11-2 42 6

8. Wilson 11-3 38 8

9. Bellevue 11-4 32 10

10. Liberty (Renton) 11-3 26 NR

Others receiving votes: Shorecrest 24. Kamiakin 21. Lincoln 9. Sunnyside 2. Bonney Lake 1. Everett 1. Ferndale 1.

Class 2A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Mark Morris (12) 13-1 129 2

2. W. F. West (1) 13-2 117 1

3. Sumner 13-1 94 3

4. River Ridge 11-3 78 4

5. West Valley (Yakima) 12-1 76 T5

6. Black Hills 13-2 64 7

7. Cedarcrest 11-2 55 T5

8. Ellensburg 9-2 53 8

9. East Valley (Spokane) 11-3 28 9

10. Renton 10-4 10 10

Others receiving votes: White River 5. West Valley (Spokane) 4. Lynden 1. Clarkston 1.

Class 1A

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Cashmere (6) 15-0 123 2

2. Brewster (6) 15-1 114 1

3. Okanogan 12-2 91 3

4. Woodland 14-0 86 4

5. Lynden Christian 11-2 76 5

6. King’s 11-3 63 6

7. Cascade Christian 11-1 48 7

8. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 13-2 38 8

9. Blaine 9-5 27 9

10. La Salle —- 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Bush 10. Montesano 9. Zillah 6. Charles Wright Academy 5. Freeman 3. Kalama 3. Nooksack Valley 1.

Class 2B

School Rec. Pts Last

1. NW Christian (Colbert) (8) 17-0 88 1

2. Toutle Lake (1) 13-0 82 2

3. Bear Creek School 12-0 70 3

4. Colfax 13-4 64 5

5. Willapa Valley 14-2 49 6

6. Wahkiakum 11-3 48 4

7. Morton-White Pass 11-3 31 8

8. LaConner 11-3 18 7

9. Crosspoint Academy 9-3 14 NR

10. DeSales 9-3 12 10

Others receiving votes: Darrington 9. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 4. Pe Ell 4. White Swan 2.

Class 1B

School Rec. Pts Last

1. Colton (7) 12-0 85 1

2. Sunnyside Christian (1) 10-1 77 2

3. Wilbur-Creston 16-0 65 3

4. Neah Bay 10-1 41 4

5. Pateros (1) 11-1 34 T5

Others receiving votes: Entiat 21. Republic 16. Mount Vernon Christian 13. Columbia Basin 10. Muckleshoot Tribal School 8.

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