Glacier Peak’s Aidan Davis yells while being fouled by Mariner’s Dakota Joseph during a game on Tuesday at Mariner High School in Everett. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Aidan Davis yells while being fouled by Mariner’s Dakota Joseph during a game on Tuesday at Mariner High School in Everett. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Associated Press high school basketball polls for Jan. 26

Six local teams are ranked in the top-10 of their respective classification. Four others received votes.

Associated Press

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

BOYS

CLASS 4A

1. Mount Si (9) 14-0 … 90 pts.

2. Union 12-3 … 80

3. Kamiakin 13-1 … 67

4. Curtis 13-1 … 64

5. Camas 13-2 … 52

6. Glacier Peak 9-2 … 45

7. Davis 10-1 … 33

8. Olympia 13-3 … 22

9. Federal Way 9-4 … 10

10. Richland 12-3 … 9

Others receiving votes: Mariner 7, Skyline 7, Jackson 5, Tahoma 3, West Valley (Yakima) 1.

CLASS 3A

1. Garfield (9) 12-0 … 90 pts.

2. Auburn 15-2 … 79

3. Mt. Spokane 12-2 … 71

4. Rainier Beach 11-1 … 66

5. Gig Harbor 13-1 … 43

6. O’Dea 12-1 … 37

7. Seattle Prep 11-4 … 31

8. West Seattle 8-2 … 24

9. Shorecrest 12-2 … 15

10. Mount Tahoma 12-3 … 11

Others receiving votes: Bellevue 8, Eastside Catholic 6, Liberty (Renton) 5, Timberline 3, University 3, Ferris 2, Mount Vernon 1.

CLASS 2A

1. North Kitsap (8) 13-2 … 98 pts.

2. Lynden (2) 12-1 … 90

3. Pullman 12-1 … 72

4. R.A. Long 8-2 … 62

5. Tumwater 12-2 … 56

6. West Valley (Spokane) 11-2 … 50

7. White River 11-1 … 42

8. Port Angeles 7-3 … 35

9. Sehome 10-4 … 17

10. Ridgefield 14-2 … 10

Others receiving votes: Renton 7, Grandview 7, Franklin Pierce 2, Burlington-Edison 1, Clarkston 1.

CLASS 1A

1. Lynden Christian (7) 15-0 … 88 pts.

2. King’s (2) 15-2 … 83

3. Zillah 12-0 … 72

4. Freeman 14-1 … 61

5. Life Christian Academy 10-1 … 52

6. Toppenish 10-2 … 41

7. Annie Wright 12-1 … 40

8. Quincy 14-3 … 27

9. Chelan 12-6 … 12

10. Colville 10-3 … 11

Others receiving votes: Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 3, Seton Catholic 3, Overlake 3.

CLASS 2B

1. Okanogan (7) 15-1 … 70 pts.

2. Kalama 11-1 … 63

3. Liberty (Spangle) 11-2 … 50

4. Colfax 11-3 … 42

5. Columbia (Burbank) 15-1 … 41

6. Adna 12-3 … 28

T-7. Cle Elum/Roslyn 10-1 … 23

T-7. Ilwaco 11-2 … 23

9. Napavine 11-2 … 18

T-10. Brewster 11-5 … 10

T-10. Chief Leschi 11-1 … 10

Others receiving votes: Davenport 8.

CLASS 1B

1. Cusick (7) 12-0 … 70 pts.

2. Almira/Coulee-Hartline 8-3 … 62

3. DeSales 13-2 … 55

4. Moses Lake Christian Academy 13-1 … 41

5. Lummi 10-2 … 37

6. Riverside Christian 11-1 …28

7. Wellpinit 7-1 … 25

8. Willapa Valley 13-3 … 22

9. Northwest Yeshiva 9-0 … 19

10. Sunnyside Christian 8-3 … 13

Others receiving votes: Crosspoint Academy 5, Yakama Tribal 5, Oakville 3.

GIRLS

CLASS 4A

1. Pasco (5) 12-0 … 83 pts.

2. Woodinville (3) 13-1 …76

3. Eastlake (1) 15-0 … 66

4. Emerald Ridge 12-1 … 54

5. Sumner 13-1 … 52

6. Tahoma 13-2 … 48

7. Lake Stevens 12-2 … 40

8. Camas 10-6 … 33

9. Gonzaga Prep 12-3 … 15

10. Chiawana 7-4 … 10

Other receiving votes: Bellarmine Prep 8, Kentwood 6, Redmond 2, Richland 1, Rogers (Puyallup) 1.

CLASS 3A

1. Garfield (6) 8-0 …87 pts.

2. Mead (3) 13-0 … 80

3. Arlington 10-2 … 74

4. Lincoln (Tacoma) 12-1 … 55

5. Gig Harbor 11-2 …52

6. Lake Washington 10-3 … 38

7. Snohomish 10-2 … 31

8. Eastside Catholic 10-3 … 30

9. Bonney Lake 10-3 … 18

10. North Thurston 13-1 … 10

Other receiving votes: Ferris 6, Kelso 6, Cleveland 5, North Central 2, Stanwood 1.

CLASS 2A

1. Tumwater (6) 15-1 … 96 pts.

2. Ellensburg (4) 15-0 … 91

3. W.F. West 14-2 … 79

4. Hudson’s Bay 11-3 … 63

5. West Valley (Spokane) 10-1 … 56

6. Washougal 10-3 … 51

7. Burlington-Edison 11-3 …53

8. Prosser 12-2 … 32

9. White River 12-2 … 20

10. Lynden 10-3 … 14

Others receiving votes: Sequim 2, Clarkston 2, Hockinson 1.

CLASS 1A

1. Nooksack Valley (8) 12-2 … 88 pts.

2. Lynden Christian 13-4 … 74

3. Montesano 11-1 … 71

4. Cashmere (1) 12-1 … 67

5. Colville 11-1 … 43

6. Annie Wright 8-2 … 39

7. Zillah 10-3 …34

8. Wapato 12-2 … 33

9. Freeman 9-4 … 17

10. Meridian 12-4 … 7

Others receiving votes: Deer Park 6, LaCenter 5, Sultan 4, Tenino 4, King’s 3.

CLASS 2B

1. Warden (3) 12-0 … 64 pts.

2. La Conner (2) 13-1 … 63

3. Okanogan (2) 15-1 … 57

4. Raymond 11-1 … 50

5. Liberty (Spangle) 11-2 … 44

6. Lake Roosevelt 10-1 … 34

7. Colfax 11-1 …29

8. Wahkiakum 12-3 …23

9. Onalaska 13-3 …12

10. Rainier 10-4 … 4

Others receiving votes: Columbia (Burbank) 3, Granger 1, Adna 1.

CLASS 1B

1. Colton (4) 11-1 … 59 pts.

2. Mount Vernon Christian (2) 11-2 … 57

3. Mossyrock (2) 7-3 … 51

T-4. Pomeroy 12-1 … 45

T-4. Garfield-Palouse 10-4 …45

6. Neah Bay 6-2 … 27

T-7. Moses Lake Christian Academy 11-2 … 25

T-7. Odessa-Harrington 9-2 … 25

9. Grace Academy 5-1 … 13

10. Wellpinit 6-3 … 12

Others receiving votes: Mansfield 7, Wilbur-Creston 6, Willapa Valley 6, Sunnyside Christian 5, Yakama Tribal 1, Almira/Coulee-Hartline 1.

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