Glacier Peak’s Chrisvin Bonshe runs with the ball against Ferndale on Sept. 17 at Lumen Field in Seattle. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Glacier Peak’s Chrisvin Bonshe runs with the ball against Ferndale on Sept. 17 at Lumen Field in Seattle. (Ryan Berry / The Herald)

Associated Press high school football poll for Week 5

Glacier Peak, one of three Snohomish county teams with a top-10 ranking, moves up to No. 1 in Class 4A.

Week 4 of the high school football season saw Snohomish County Class 4A powers Glacier Peak and Lake Stevens suffer losses to out-of-state teams.

But the defeat didn’t hurt the Grizzlies in the eyes of state media members who vote in the Associated Press state high school football poll.

Glacier Peak moved up to the No. 1 spot in 4A this week, while previous No. 1 Lake Stevens dropped to No. 3.

In 3A, unbeaten Monroe moved up two spots and into a tie for No. 8. Meanwhile, unbeaten Stanwood slid from No. 9 to just outside the top 10.

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

Class 4A

1. Glacier Peak (6) 3-1 86

2. Gonzaga Prep (2) 3-1 72

3. Lake Stevens 2-2 61

4. Sumner (1) 3-1 59

5. Chiawana 4-0 55

6. Emerald Ridge 3-1 53

7. Puyallup 3-1 23

8. Kennedy Catholic 3-1 22

9. Graham-Kapowsin 3-1 18

10. Skyview 3-1 17

Others receiving 6 or more points: Richland 16, Eastlake 11.

Class 3A

1. Yelm (9) 4-0 90

2. O’Dea 4-0 79

3. Eastside Catholic 4-0 67

4. Bellevue 2-2 54

5. Kennewick 4-0 49

6. Garfield 4-0 37

7. Lincoln (Tacoma) 4-0 34

8. Lincoln (Seattle) 3-1 19

(tie) Monroe 4-0 19

10. Lakes 3-0 18

Others receiving 6 or more points: Stanwood 17, Mt. Spokane 7.

Class 2A

1. Lynden (8) 4-0 89

2. Tumwater (1) 4-0 82

3. North Kitsap 3-1 63

(tie) Prosser 4-0 63

5. Enumclaw 4-0 57

6. Sedro-Woolley 3-1 36

7. W. F. West 3-1 34

8. Anacortes 4-0 31

9. Othello 3-1 24

10. Fife 3-1 7

Others receiving 6 or more points: None.

Class 1A

1. Eatonville (7) 4-0 87

2. Lynden Christian (2) 4-0 79

3. Nooksack Valley 4-0 63

4. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 4-0 62

5. Royal 3-1 59

6. Tenino 4-0 51

7. Toppenish 3-1 31

8. King’s 3-1 23

9. LaCenter 3-1 15

10. Montesano 3-1 12

Others receiving 6 or more points: Colville 7.

Class 2B

1. Napavine (8) 4-0 87

2. Okanogan (1) 4-0 81

3. Raymond 4-0 63

4. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 3-1 49

5. Columbia (Burbank) 3-1 40

6. Liberty (Spangle) 3-1 38

7. Lake Roosevelt 4-0 37

8. Morton/White Pass 4-0 30

9. Davenport 3-0 24

10. Toledo 3-1 14

Others receiving 6 or more points: Chewelah (Jenkins) 12, Forks 8.

Class 1B

1. Odessa (7) 3-0 79

2. Neah Bay 3-0 71

3. DeSales (Walla Walla) (1) 3-0 65

4. Mossyrock 4-0 35

5. Naselle 3-1 26

(tie) Liberty Christian 3-0 26

Others receiving 6 or more points: None.

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