Lynnwood’s Teyah Clark gets off a shot against Everett on Dec. 15, 2022, in Everett. Lynnwood is ranked 10th in Class 3A. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Lynnwood’s Teyah Clark gets off a shot against Everett on Dec. 15, 2022, in Everett. Lynnwood is ranked 10th in Class 3A. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Associated Press high school basketball polls for Jan. 25

The Lynnwood girls join the Class 3A top 10 as five Snohomish County girls teams crack the rankings.

Associated Press

How a state panel of sports writers rates Washington high school basketball teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of 2022-2023, by WIAA Class, with won-lost record, total points and previous ranking (first-place votes in parentheses):

BOYS

Class 4A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Federal Way (9) 17-1 90 1

2. Mount Si 16-2 80 3

3. Curtis 16-3 70 4

4. Olympia 16-3 61 5

5. Skyline 14-2 58 2

6. Gonzaga Prep 14-3 37 6

7. Richland 12-2 23 8

(tie) Tahoma 14-3 23 T9

(tie) Kentridge 14-4 23 7

10. Woodinville 15-4 15 T9

Others receiving votes: Camas 9. Jackson 3. Sunnyside 3.

Class 3A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Garfield (9) 16-0 90 1

2. Mt. Spokane 15-1 78 2

3. O’Dea 13-4 68 3

4. Bellevue 16-2 52 6

(tie) Eastside Catholic 12-5 52 5

6. Gig Harbor 15-1 48 4

7. Nathan Hale 15-1 32 8

8. Auburn 12-5 30 7

9. Timberline 12-4 12 T9

10. Arlington 14-2 11 NR

Others receiving votes: Monroe 8. Ferris 6. Mountain View 3. Stanwood 3. Mountlake Terrace 2.

Class 2A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Pullman (5) 13-0 76 1

2. Lynden (3) 14-1 75 2

3. Anacortes 14-1 64 3

4. Mark Morris 15-1 51 T5

5. Sehome 13-3 45 4

6. Prosser 14-3 44 T5

7. Renton 15-0 25 8

8. Tumwater 13-4 21 7

9. R.A. Long 14-3 19 9

10. West Valley (Spokane) 13-1 11 10

Others receiving votes: Foss 4. Enumclaw 3. Grandview 1. North Kitsap 1.

Class 1A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Annie Wright (5) 16-1 74 T2

2. Lynden Christian (3) 15-2 66 1

3. Zillah 15-1 65 T2

4. Freeman 15-1 56 5

5. Blaine 12-3 45 6

6. King’s 11-5 33 4

7. Toppenish 13-3 32 7

8. Overlake School 12-6 31 8

9. Omak 12-5 14 9

10. Sultan 13-2 11 10

Others receiving votes: Life Christian Academy 8. Seton Catholic 4. King’s Way Christian School 1.

Class 2B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Columbia (Burbank) (6) 16-1 85 2

2. Davenport (3) 15-2 82 1

3. Morton-White Pass 14-2 61 3

4. Lake Roosevelt 15-3 57 T5

5. Napavine 14-3 50 8

6. Brewster 14-4 38 T5

(tie) Colfax 14-3 38 6

8. Wahkiakum 13-3 24 9

9. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 14-2 18 NR

10. Chief Leschi 14-2 11 NR

(tie) Cle Elum/Roslyn 14-2 11 NR

Others receiving votes: Adna 9. Liberty Bell 5. Toutle Lake 4. St. George’s 1. Ilwaco 1.

Class 1B

School Record Points Last Week

1. DeSales (8) 16-1 89 1

2. Wellpinit (1) 16-1 72 3

3. Cusick 13-3 70 2

4. Sunnyside Christian 12-3 64 4

5. Oakville 13-3 42 5

6. Willapa Valley 12-5 41 8

7. Mossyrock 12-4 34 7

8. Moses Lake Christian Academy 13-2 33 6

9. Lummi 13-5 14 NR

(tie) Tulalip Heritage 12-3 14 9

Others receiving votes: Tacoma Baptist 9. Almira/Coulee-Hartline 8. Neah Bay 2. Inchelium 1. Tekoa-Rosalia 1. Pomeroy 1.

GIRLS

Class 4A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Camas (7) 14-2 88 1

2. Woodinville (2) 17-1 83 2

3. Davis 15-1 71 3

4. Tahoma 15-2 59 4

5. Sumner 15-3 43 5

6. Kamiakin 13-2 42 7

(tie) Eastlake 13-4 42 6

8. Emerald Ridge 13-4 18 9

(tie) Bellarmine Prep 14-5 18 8

10. Glacier Peak 12-3 15 10

Others receiving votes: Richland 6. Skyview 5. Bothell 2. Central Valley 2. Decatur 1.

Class 3A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Garfield (5) 10-1 85 1

2. Lake Washington (2) 17-1 81 2

3. Lakeside (Seattle) (2) 11-1 67 5

4. Tacoma (Lincoln) 13-2 64 4

5. Arlington 13-2 60 3

6. Stanwood 14-2 46 6

7. Bonney Lake 15-3 33 7

8. Mead 11-2 24 8

9. North Thurston 14-2 22 9

10. Lynnwood 11-4 5 NR

Others receiving votes: Everett 4. Peninsula 3. Lincoln-Seattle 1.

Class 2A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Ellensburg (8) 16-0 80 1

2. W. F. West 15-2 62 3

3. Lynden 14-3 60 2

4. Burlington-Edison 11-5 44 7

(tie) Prosser 13-4 44 4

6. Sequim 15-0 43 6

7. Sehome 14-2 42 5

8. White River 11-4 25 8

9. Tumwater 14-4 21 T9

10. Clarkston 11-3 5 NR

(tie) Archbishop Murphy 9-7 5 T9

Others receiving votes: Enumclaw 4. Columbia River 2. Aberdeen 1. Othello 1. Sammamish 1.

Class 1A

School Record Points Last Week

1. Nooksack Valley (8) 17-1 80 1

2. Lynden Christian 15-2 71 2

3. Wapato 14-1 62 3

4. Montesano 14-3 58 4

5. King’s 16-3 46 5

6. Deer Park 14-2 40 7

7. Toppenish 13-3 29 6

8. Cashmere 11-4 20 8

9. Freeman 13-3 17 9

10. Bellevue Christian 15-0 10 10

Others receiving votes: Seton Catholic 6. Zillah 1.

Class 2B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Okanogan (7) 17-0 88 T2

2. Colfax (2) 17-0 83 1

3. Napavine 17-2 72 T2

4. Adna 15-2 61 4

5. LaConner 12-3 53 5

6. Rainier 14-3 37 6

7. Warden 11-4 36 7

8. Ilwaco 12-3 19 8

9. Brewster 11-6 13 10

10. St. George’s 11-5 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Forks 7. Mabton 5. Tonasket 4. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 3. Cle Elum/Roslyn 3. Lake Roosevelt 1. Raymond 1.

Class 1B

School Record Points Last Week

1. Neah Bay (4) 12-1 84 T1

2. Colton (5) 14-1 78 T1

3. Mossyrock 13-2 66 3

4. Oakesdale 13-2 58 4

5. Mount Vernon Christian 16-2 52 6

6. Moses Lake Christian Academy 15-2 48 5

7. Inchelium 16-1 42 8

8. Yakama Tribal 9-1 31 7

9. Lummi 13-2 14 9

10. Sunnyside Christian 10-5 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Waterville-Mansfield 6. Willapa Valley 4. Naselle 2. Pateros 2. Wellpinit 1.

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