Glacier Peak junior Jo Lee gets the ball up the court against Jackson on Jan. 10 in Mill Creek. The Grizzlies are ranked third in Class 4A. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Glacier Peak junior Jo Lee gets the ball up the court against Jackson on Jan. 10 in Mill Creek. The Grizzlies are ranked third in Class 4A. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Associated Press high school boys basketball poll for Jan. 24

Four local teams receive top-10 rankings, while two others receive votes.

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

Division 4A
School Record Points Last
1. Davis (5) 14-1 77 1
2. Mount Si (3) 15-1 74 2
3. Glacier Peak 16-1 59 3
4. Richland 13-4 53 6
5. Tahoma 13-4 50 5
6. Kamiakin 14-2 37 7
7. Curtis 13-5 26 9
8. Olympia 12-5 18 10
9. Sumner 14-4 16 4
10. Federal Way 12-5 13 8

Others receiving votes: Gonzaga Prep 4. Kamiak 4. Jackson 3. Kentwood 3. Camas 2. Skyline 1.

Division 3A
School Record Points Last
1. Eastside Catholic (4) 15-2 74 1
2. Mt. Spokane (3) 14-2 71 2
3. Auburn (1) 18-1 65 3
4. Mountlake Terrace 16-1 56 4
5. Bellevue 14-2 48 T5
6. North Thurston 15-2 28 T5
7. Garfield 9-3 25 NR
8. Roosevelt 16-3 16 8
9. Mount Vernon 13-2 13 NR
10. Tacoma (Lincoln) 14-3 12 T9

Others receiving votes: O’Dea 10. North Central 8. Stadium 7. Gig Harbor 6. Todd Beamer 1.

Division 2A
School Record Points Last
1. North Kitsap (4) 12-3 74 4
2. Lynden (2) 12-3 70 1
3. Cedarcrest 14-3 54 2
4. Anacortes 12-3 50 6
5. West Valley (Spokane) (1) 13-2 47 3
6. Grandview (1) 13-3 44 5
7. Bremerton 13-2 32 7
8. Prosser 12-6 25 10
9. White River 15-1 23 8
10. Mark Morris 11-6 6 NR

Others receiving votes: Rogers (Spokane) 5. Pullman 3. Renton 3. East Valley (Spokane) 2. Sammamish 2.

Division 1A
School Record Points Last
1. Zillah (6) 15-0 69 1
2. Lynden Christian (1) 15-1 63 2
3. Annie Wright 13-2 53 4
(tie) Freeman 15-2 53 3
5. Wapato 13-3 38 6
6. Chelan 13-4 23 5
(tie) Quincy 12-6 23 8
8. Royal 14-5 15 NR
(tie) King’s 11-5 15 10
(tie) Tenino 10-4 15 7

Others receiving votes: Cascade Christian 5. Seattle Academy 5. Riverside 5. Wahluke 3.

Division 2B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Colfax (1) 18-0 61 2
2. Napavine (2) 15-0 58 3
3. Lake Roosevelt (1) 17-0 57 4
4. Columbia (Burbank) (3) 15-0 56 1
5. Tri-Cities Prep 13-1 33 T5
6. Toutle Lake 13-3 30 T5
7. Liberty Bell 12-3 23 9
8. Ilwaco 13-3 17 10
9. St. George’s 12-5 14 8
10. Wahkiakum 11-4 13 NR
(tie) Kettle Falls 14-3 13 7

Others receiving votes: Adna 5. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 4. Toledo 1.

Division B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Lummi (6) 13-1 69 1
2. Wellpinit (1) 13-2 59 2
3. Moses Lake Christian Academy 13-1 57 3
4. Cusick 13-1 48 4
5. DeSales 12-4 41 5
6. Naselle 13-2 31 T7
(tie) Neah Bay 9-3 31 9
8. Oakesdale 10-5 15 NR
9. Crescent 13-2 11 T7
10. Pomeroy 12-3 8 6

Others receiving votes: Riverside Christian 6. Soap Lake 5. Wilbur-Creston 2. Muckleshoot Tribal School 2.

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