Glacier Peak’s Kylani Rookstool (left) is defended by Lake Stevens’ Kamryn Wenz during a game on Jan. 6, 2023, at Glacier Peak High School. (Annie Barker / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Kylani Rookstool (left) is defended by Lake Stevens’ Kamryn Wenz during a game on Jan. 6, 2023, at Glacier Peak High School. (Annie Barker / The Herald)

Associated Press high school basketball polls for Jan. 18

The Glacier Peak girls sneak into the Class 4A top 10 and the Arlington girls climb to No. 3 in Class 3A.

How a state panel of sports writers rates Washington high school basketball teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2023, by WIAA Class, with won-lost record, total points, and previous ranking (first-place votes in parentheses):

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CLASS 4A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Federal Way (6) 15-1…68…2

2. Skyline (1) 13-1…58…4

3. Mount Si 14-2…56…1

4. Curtis 14-3…55…3

5. Olympia 14-3…40…5

6. Gonzaga Prep 12-3…29…6

7. Kentridge 13-3…28…7

8. Richland 10-2…17…10

t9. Tahoma 12-3…11…NR

t9. Woodinville 13-4…11…9

Others receiving votes: Camas 6, Mariner 3, Battle Ground 2, Jackson 1.

CLASS 3A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Garfield (7) 13-0…70…1

2. Mt. Spokane 13-1…61…3

3. O’Dea 11-3…58…2

4. Gig Harbor 13-1…40…4

5. Eastside Catholic 10-4…35…6

6. Bellevue 14-2…32…7

7. Auburn 10-5…24…5

8. Nathan Hale 12-1…17…8

t9. Timberline 10-4…11…NR

t9. Monroe 12-2 11 10

Others receiving votes: Stanwood 8, University 6, Mountlake Terrace 4, Mountain View 3, Arlington 3, Ferris 2.

CLASS 2A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Pullman (3) 12-0…57…T2

2. Lynden (3) 12-1…56…1

3. Anacortes 13-1…49…4

4. Sehome 11-3…35…T2

t5. Mark Morris 13-1…32…5

t5. Prosser 11-3…32…6

7. Tumwater 12-4…21…7

8. Renton 12-0…16…NR

9. R.A. Long 13-3…12…8

10. West Valley (Spokane) 12-1…8…10

Others receiving votes: Foss 6, North Kitsap 5, Grandview 1.

CLASS 1A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Lynden Christian (6) 14-1…60…1

t2. Annie Wright 13-1…50…3

t2. Zillah 13-1…50…2

4. Freeman 13-1…42…5

5. King’s 11-4…37…4

6. Blaine 11-2…31…6

7. Toppenish 11-3…20…7

8. Overlake School 11-5…18…9

9. Omak 11-4…14…8

10. Sultan 11-1…5…NR

Others receiving votes: King’s Way Christian School 2, Seton Catholic 1.

CLASS 2B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Davenport (6) 14-1…69…1

2. Columbia (Burbank) (1) 14-1…60…2

3. Morton-White Pass 12-1…52…3

t4. Lake Roosevelt 14-2…36…4

t4. Brewster 11-4…36…6

6. Colfax 12-3…33…5

7. Adna 13-3…29…T7

8. Napavine 10-3…28…T7

9. Wahkiakum 11-3…13…9

10. Auburn Adventist Academy 11-1…8…NR

Others receiving votes: Northwest Christian (Colbert) 6, St. George’s 5, Cle Elum/Roslyn 5, Chief Leschi 4, Toutle Lake 1.

CLASS 1B

School Record Points Last Week

1. DeSales (2) 13-1…64…2

2. Cusick (4) 12-2…60…1

3. Wellpinit (1) 14-1…54…3

4. Sunnyside Christian 9-3…44…4

5. Oakville 12-3…35…6

6. Moses Lake Christian Academy 11-2…29…7

7. Mossyrock 10-3…27…5

8. Willapa Valley 11-4…25…10

9. Tulalip Heritage 10-2…18…9

t10. Tacoma Baptist 12-2…6…NR

t10. Crescent 9-3…6…NR

Others receiving votes: Almira/Coulee-Hartline 5, Oakesdale 5, Pomeroy 4, Lummi 3.

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GIRLS

CLASS 4A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Camas (6) 13-2…69…1

2. Woodinville (1) 15-1…64…2

3. Davis 13-1…56…4

4. Tahoma 14-2…40…3

5. Sumner 14-3…34…6

6. Eastlake 12-4…33…5

7. Kamiakin 10-2…27…7

8. Bellarmine Prep 13-5…18…NR

9. Emerald Ridge 12-4…15…8

10. Glacier Peak 10-2…10…NR

Others receiving votes: Bothell 9, Richland 6, Kentwood 3, Central Valley 1.

CLASS 3A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Garfield (7) 9-1…70…1

2. Lake Washington 15-1…63…2

3. Arlington 11-2…48…4

4. Tacoma (Lincoln) 10-2…45…3

5. Lakeside (Seattle) 9-1…42…5

6. Stanwood 12-2…36…6

7. Bonney Lake 13-3…26…7

8. Mead 9-2…23…8

9. North Thurston 12-2…11…9

10. Lincoln-Seattle 9-5…8…NR

Others receiving votes: Lynnwood 4, Everett 4, North Central 2, Peninsula 1, Prairie 1, Roosevelt 1.

CLASS 2A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Ellensburg (6) 14-0…60…1

2. Lynden 13-2…48…2

3. W. F. West 13-2…45…3

4. Prosser 11-3…41…T4

5. Sehome 13-1…32…9

6. Sequim 13-0…30…7

7. Burlington-Edison 9-4…29…T4

8. White River 9-4…22…6

t9. Archbishop Murphy 9-6…8…10

t9. Tumwater 11-4…8…8

Others receiving votes: Clarkston 4, Sammamish 2, Enumclaw 1.

CLASS 1A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Nooksack Valley (6) 15-1…60…1

2. Lynden Christian 13-2…54…2

3. Wapato 13-1…47…T4

4. Montesano 12-3…41…3

5. King’s 14-3…32…T4

6. Toppenish 11-3…30…6

7. Deer Park 13-2…25…9

8. Cashmere 9-4…14…7

9. Freeman 12-2…13…8

10. Bellevue Christian 13-0…9…NR

Others receiving votes: Seton Catholic 5.

CLASS 2B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Colfax (4) 15-0…67…1

2. Napavine 14-2…56…5

2. Okanogan (2) 14-0…56…2

4. Adna 13-2…45…3

5. LaConner 9-3…32…6

6. Rainier 13-2…31…4

7. Warden 10-4…26…8

t8. Ilwaco 10-3…13…10

t8. Tonasket 10-5…13…9

t8. Brewster 9-5…13…7

Others receiving votes: Ocosta 10, Forks 9, St. George’s 8, Lake Roosevelt 5, Cle Elum/Roslyn 1.

CLASS 1B

School Record Points Last Week

t1. Colton (3) 11-1 64 2

t1. Neah Bay (3) 9-1 64 1

3. Mossyrock 10-2 56 T3

4. Oakesdale (1) 12-1 47 T3

5. Moses Lake Christian Academy 13-2 34 6

6. Mount Vernon Christian 14-2 32 5

7. Yakama Tribal 13-2 30 7

8. Inchelium 14-1 29 8

9. Lummi 11-2 13

10. Mansfield 11-3 7

Others receiving votes: Sunnyside Christian 5, Willapa Valley 2, Naselle 1, Pateros 1.

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