Lake Stevens’ Jayden Limar muscles through the defense against Bellevue on Friday at Lake Stevens High School. The Vikings claimed the top spot in the first Associated Press state high school football poll of the season. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Lake Stevens’ Jayden Limar muscles through the defense against Bellevue on Friday at Lake Stevens High School. The Vikings claimed the top spot in the first Associated Press state high school football poll of the season. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Associated Press high school football poll for Week 3

No. 1 Lake Stevens and No. 2 Glacier Peak sit atop the Class 4A rankings.

The first Associated Press state high school football poll was released Wednesday.

Teams from Snohomish County reign supreme in Class 4A.

Lake Stevens earned the top spot with four first-place votes and 69 total votes. Just one point behind in second is Glacier Peak, which received two first-place votes.

Here’s a look at the complete rankings, with first-place votes in parenthesis, overall record and total points:

CLASS 4A

1. Lake Stevens (4) 1-1 69

2. Glacier Peak (2) 2-0 68

3. Sumner (1) 2-0 55

4. Eastlake 2-0 54

5. Puyallup (1) 2-0 40

6. Gonzaga Prep 1-1 39

7. Bothell 1-1 33

8. Graham-Kapowsin 1-1 22

9. Richland 2-0 20

10. Chiawana 2-0 19

Others receiving 6 or more points: Kennedy Catholic 8. Emerald Ridge 8.

CLASS 3A

1. Yelm (7) 2-0 87

2. O’Dea 2-0 75

3. Bellevue (2) 0-2 65

4. Eastside Catholic 2-0 63

5. Kennewick 2-0 47

6. Garfield 2-0 42

7. Lincoln (Tacoma) 2-0 38

8. Rainier Beach 2-0 21

9. Lakes 1-0 17

10. Stanwood 2-0 14

Others receiving 6 or more points: Monroe 7.

CLASS 2A

1. Lynden (9) 2-0 90

2. Tumwater 2-0 81

3. Prosser 2-0 61

(tie) Enumclaw 2-0 61

5. North Kitsap 1-1 60

6. Sedro-Woolley 2-0 43

7. W. F. West 1-1 37

8. Othello 1-1 24

9. Anacortes 2-0 17

10. Fife 2-0 8

Others receiving 6 or more points: Burlington-Edison 7.

CLASS 1A

1. Royal (7) 2-0 88

2. Eatonville (2) 2-0 79

3. King’s 2-0 65

4. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 2-0 59

5. Nooksack Valley 2-0 47

6. Tenino 2-0 40

7. Lynden Christian 2-0 39

8. Toppenish 1-1 35

9. Freeman 1-1 14

10. LaCenter 1-1 8

Others receiving 6 or more points: Zillah 7.

CLASS 2B

1. Napavine (6) 2-0 69

2. Okanogan (1) 2-0 62

3. Onalaska 1-1 43

4. Forks 1-0 41

5. Liberty (Spangle) 2-0 36

6. Adna 1-1 29

7. Raymond 2-0 24

8. Davenport 2-0 21

9. River View 2-0 19

10. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 1-1 18

Others receiving 6 or more points: Toledo 13.

CLASS 1B

1. Odessa (6) 2-0 60

2. Wilbur-Creston 1-1 47

(tie) Neah Bay 2-0 47

4. Almira/Coulee-Hartline 2-0 30

5. DeSales (Walla Walla) 2-0 20

(tie) Mossyrock 2-0 20

Others receiving 6 or more points: Naselle 16.

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