Monroe’s Blake Springer drops back for a pass during practice at Monroe High School on Aug. 30. The Bearcats are No. 7 in Class 3A. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Monroe’s Blake Springer drops back for a pass during practice at Monroe High School on Aug. 30. The Bearcats are No. 7 in Class 3A. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Associated Press high school football poll for Week 6

Four Snohomish County teams receive top-10 rankings.

Four Snohomish County teams received top-10 rankings in the latest Associated Press state high school football poll.

Glacier Peak remains No. 1 and Lake Stevens dropped two spots to No. 5 in Class 4A.

Unbeaten Monroe is up one spot to No. 7 and unbeaten Stanwood received the No. 9 ranking in 3A.

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 (9) 4-1 99

2. Emerald Ridge 4-1 77

3. Gonzaga Prep 4-1 71

4. Chiawana (1) 5-0 67

5. Lake Stevens 3-2 63

6. Sumner 4-1 60

7. Kennedy Catholic 4-1 35

8. Puyallup 4-1 31

9. Skyview 4-1 24

10. Eastlake 4-1 11

Others receiving 6 or more points: none.

Class 3A

1. Yelm (11) 5-0 110

2. Eastside Catholic 5-0 98

3. O’Dea 4-1 73

4. Garfield 5-0 63

5. Bellevue 3-2 60

(tie) Tacoma (Lincoln) 5-0 60

7. Monroe 5-0 40

8. Kennewick 4-1 34

9. Stanwood 5-0 32

10. Lakes 4-0 25

Others receiving 6 or more points: none.

Class 2A

1. Lynden (10) 5-0 109

2. Enumclaw (1) 5-0 88

3. Prosser 5-0 79

4. W. F. West 4-1 71

5. Anacortes 5-0 68

6. North Kitsap 4-1 63

7. Tumwater 4-1 55

8. Othello 4-1 31

9. Fife 4-1 16

10. Sehome 3-2 9

Others receiving 6 or more points: Sedro-Woolley 7.

Class 1A

1. Eatonville (7) 5-0 101

2. Lynden Christian (3) 5-0 97

3. Nooksack Valley (1) 5-0 87

4. Royal 4-1 77

5. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 5-0 70

6. Toppenish 4-1 45

7. King’s 4-1 44

8. Tenino 4-1 35

9. Montesano 4-1 19

10. LaCenter 4-1 17

Others receiving 6 or more points: Zillah 8.

Class 2B

1. Napavine (7) 5-0 77

2. Okanogan 5-0 70

3. Raymond (1) 5-0 66

4. Liberty (Spangle) 4-1 46

5. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 4-1 45

6. Columbia (Burbank) 4-1 32

7. Toledo 4-1 31

8. Lake Roosevelt 4-1 28

9. Chewelah (Jenkins) 4-1 16

10. Morton/White Pass 4-1 6

Others receiving 6 or more points: none.

Class 1B

1. Odessa (6) 4-0 69

2. Neah Bay 3-0 60

3. DeSales (Walla Walla) (1) 4-0 59

4. Liberty Christian 5-0 31

5. Naselle 4-1 28

Others receiving 6 or more points: Mossyrock 27.

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