Week 10 prep football power rankings

Overall Power Rankings

Team (1st votes) Pts. Rec.

1. Marysville Pilchuck (3) 45 9-0

Up next: vs. Blanchet in quad-districts

2. Lake Stevens 42 6-3

Up next: vs. Newport in quad-districts

3. Edmonds-Woodway 39 8-1

Up next: vs. Federal Way in quad-districts

4. Oak Harbor 34 7-2

Up next: vs. Mt. Si in quad-districts

5. Cascade 33 8-1

Up next: at Auburn Riverside in quad-districts

6. Glacier Peak 30 7-2

Up next: vs. Wilson in quad-districts

7. Lakewood 29 9-0

Up next: vs. Sehome in bi-districts

8. Kamiak 22 6-3

Up next: at Bellarmine Prep in quad-districts

9. King’s 21 7-2

Up next: vs. Eatonville in tri-districts

10. Meadowdale 20 5-4

Up next: at Timberline in quad-districts

11. Monroe 13 4-5

Up next: at Camas in quad-districts

12. Mountlake Terrace 10 5-4

Up next: at Mountain View in quad-districts

13. Sultan 9 5-4

Up next at Lynden in bi-districts

14. Arlington 7 4-5

Up next: vs. Inglemoor at Pop Keeney

15. Mount Vernon 6 6-3

Up next: vs. Redmond

Aaron Swaney, Herald Prep Editor

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Lake Stevens

3. Edmonds-Woodway

4. Cascade

5. Oak Harbor

6. Lakewood

7. Glacier Peak

8. Meadowdale

9. Kamiak

10. King’s

11. Mountlake Terrace

12. Monroe

13. Sultan

14. Arlington

15. Mount Vernon

Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

1. Marysville PIlchuck

2. Lake Stevens

3. Edmonds-Woodway

4. Cascade

5. Oak Harbor

6. Glacier Peak

7. Lakewood

8. King’s

9. Kamiak

10. Meadowdale

11. Monroe

12. Mountlake Terrace

13. Mount Vernon

14. Arlington

15. Sultan

David Krueger, Herald Writer

1. Marysville Pilchuck

2. Lake Stevens

3. Edmonds-Woodway

4. Oak Harbor

5. Glacier Peak

6. Lakewood

7. Cascade

8. Kamiak

9. King’s

10. Meadowdale

11. Sultan

12. Monroe

13. Arlington

14. Mount Vernon

15. Mountlake Terrace

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