Associated Press Boys and Girls State Basketball Polls

SEATTLE – How a state panel of sports writers rates Washington high school basketball teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2016, by WIAA Classs, with won-lost record and total points (first-place votes in parentheses).

BOYS

4A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Federal Way (10) 16-0 100 1

2. Curtis 16-1 88 2

3. Cascade (Everett) 14-0 75 3

4. Gonzaga Prep 13-1 72 4

5. Union 12-2 57 5

6. Lewis and Clark 10-3 50 6

7. Issaquah 12-3 32 8

8. Bellarmine Prep 12-3 19 7

9. Central Valley 11-3 18 9

10. Woodinville 12-3 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Kentwood 8. Richland 6. Olympia 4. Todd Beamer 3. Wenatchee 1. Puyallup 1.

3A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Garfield (10) 14-1 100 1

2. Rainier Beach 10-1 89 2

3. Bellevue 12-2 81 3

4. Peninsula 14-0 66 4

5. Auburn Mountainview 13-1 63 5

6. Wilson, Woodrow 11-3 35 7

7. Cleveland 12-2 27 NR

8. West Seattle 11-4 23 6

9. Lincoln 10-2 16 9

10. Shadle Park 9-4 13 NR

Others receiving votes: Seattle Prep 12. Edmonds-Woodway 8. Mercer Island 6. O’Dea 5. Kamiakin 5. Columbia River 1.

2A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Clarkston (11) 14-0 110 1

2. River Ridge 13-1 95 2

3. Squalicum 12-2 86 3

4. Lynden 13-1 80 4

5. Pullman 13-1 56 5

6. Anacortes 10-4 52 6

7. Selah 11-2 43 7

8. Wapato 12-2 28 8

9. Mark Morris 11-3 24 9

10. Liberty (Renton) 8-6 17 10

Others receiving votes: Tumwater 11. North Kitsap 2. Shorecrest 1.

1A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Lynden Christian (11) 14-0 110 1

2. Zillah 15-0 98 2

3. King’s 11-3 84 3

4. King’s Way Christian School 10-3 78 4

5. Mount Baker 10-3 63 5

6. University Prep 11-2 48 7

7. Overlake School 9-3 38 8

8. Vashon Island 11-3 30 6

9. Hoquiam 12-3 25 10

10. Seattle Academy 9-3 24 9

Others receiving votes: Freeman 7.

2B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Brewster (10) 14-0 100 1

2. Liberty (Spangle) 14-1 80 2

2. Morton-White Pass 11-1 80 3

4. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 14-2 71 4T

5. Life Christian Academy 13-2 66 4T

6. Ocosta 13-1 45 6

7. Kittitas 11-1 34 7

8. Napavine 10-2 30 9

9. Friday Harbor 10-4 22 8

10. St. George’s 11-5 8 NR

Others receiving votes: Warden 7. Toledo 3. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 2. LaConner 1. Toutle Lake 1.

1B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Almira Coulee-Hartline (9) 14-0 90 1

2. Seattle Lutheran 13-1 72 2

3. Shorewood Christian 11-2 61 4

4. Garfield-Palouse 13-2 51 3

5. Republic 13-3 30 5

6. Yakama Tribal 11-3 29 8

6. Selkirk 10-5 29 6T

8. Wellpinit 10-3 24 6T

9. Neah Bay 7-3 17 9

10. Liberty Christian 10-3 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Evergreen Lutheran 12. Orcas Christian 9. Shoreline Christian 8. Sunnyside Christian 5. Lummi 3. Puget Sound Adventist 2. Pomeroy 2.

GIRLS

4A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Central Valley (10) 14-0 100 1

2. Moses Lake 14-0 89 2

3. Bothell 14-1 75 4

4. Lewis and Clark 10-3 65 5

5. Todd Beamer 14-2 60 3

6. Woodinville 13-3 31 10

(tie)Camas 11-2 31 8

8. Skyview 9-4 30 9

9. Kentridge 11-4 21 7

10. Chiawana ‡12-2 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Eastlake 12. Inglemoor 8. Sunnyside 6. Bellarmine Prep 5. Kentlake 2.

3A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Lynnwood (9) 14-0 99 1

2. Bellevue (1) 14-0 91 2

3. Arlington 13-0 76 3

4. West Seattle 15-0 71 4

5. Blanchet 14-0 63 5

6. Auburn Riverside 14-0 47 7

7. Lincoln 13-1 42 8

8. Mercer Island 11-3 21 6

9. Glacier Peak 11-3 18 9

10. Wilson, Woodrow 11-3 16 10

Others receiving votes: Prairie 6.

2A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Burlington-Edison (9) 12-1 106 1

2. East Valley (Spokane) (2) 13-2 98 2

3. Ellensburg 12-1 89 3

4. Lynden 12-1 77 4

5. White River 11-3 63 6

6. Black Hills 13-2 56 7

7. W. F. West 11-3 34 8

8. Archbishop Murphy 8-2 33 5

9. Anacortes 9-5 28 9

10. Selah 11-2 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Port Angeles 4. East Valley (Yakima) 1.

1A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Lynden Christian (11) 14-1 110 1

2. King’s 11-3 99 2

3. Montesano 13-2 79 3

4. La Salle 13-1 65 6

5. Granger 14-1 63 5

6. LaCenter 13-2 55 7

7. Mount Baker 10-3 54 4

8. Bellevue Christian 12-1 40 8

9. Elma 12-2 26 9

10. Zillah 10-3 8 10

Others receiving votes: Kalama 3. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 2. University Prep 1.

2B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Okanogan (10) 12-0 100 1

2. Mabton 13-1 84 3

3. Ilwaco 13-2 76 4

4. Napavine 10-2 70 5

5. Toutle Lake 12-1 62 2

6. Davenport 13-1 41 6

7. Warden 10-2 29 10

8. LaConner 10-3 26 8

9. Lind-Ritzville Sprague 11-3 22 NR

10. St. George’s 11-5 10 9

Others receiving votes: Adna 9. Raymond 6. Friday Harbor 5. Wahkiakum 5. Waterville 5.

1B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Colton (9) 13-1 90 1

2. Sunnyside Christian 10-0 78 3

3. Tulalip Heritage 13-0 69 4

4. Almira Coulee-Hartline 13-1 60 6

5. Evergreen Lutheran 10-0 54 5

6. Republic 15-1 52 2

7. Touchet 10-3 30 9

8. Pateros 7-2 25 8

9. Clallam Bay 10-2 11 7

10. Neah Bay 7-4 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Mt. Rainier Lutheran 7. Selkirk 7. Moses Lake Christian Academy 2. Pomeroy 1.

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