Lake Stevens’ Steven Lee reacts to getting a stop on a drive during the game against Eastlake on Oct. 7 in Lake Stevens. The Vikings are ranked fifth in Class 4A. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Lake Stevens’ Steven Lee reacts to getting a stop on a drive during the game against Eastlake on Oct. 7 in Lake Stevens. The Vikings are ranked fifth in Class 4A. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Associated Press high school football poll for Week 8

Four Snohomish County teams receive top-10 rankings.

Four Snohomish County teams remained in the top 10 of their respective classifications in the latest Associated Press state high school football poll.

Class 4A top-ranked Glacier Peak and fifth-ranked Lake Stevens each kept their same ranking from the previous week.

Stanwood and Monroe traded places in 3A. The Spartans are now No. 6 and the Bearcats No. 7.

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 (7) 6-1 106

2. Emerald Ridge 6-1 85

3. Chiawana (4) 7-0 78

4. Gonzaga Prep 6-1 72

5. Lake Stevens 5-2 70

6. Sumner 6-1 63

7. Kennedy Catholic 6-1 42

8. Puyallup 6-1 36

9. Skyline 5-1 18

10. Camas 4-3 16

Others receiving 6 or more points: Skyview 10.

Class 3A

1. Yelm (11) 7-0 110

2. Eastside Catholic 7-0 99

3. O’Dea 6-1 79

4. Bellevue 5-2 75

5. Lincoln (Tacoma) 7-0 62

6. Stanwood 7-0 47

7. Monroe 7-0 40

8. Kennewick 6-1 29

9. Rainier Beach 6-1 19

10. Garfield 5-2 14

Others receiving 6 or more points: Spanaway Lake 10. Mt. Spokane 9. Lincoln (Seattle) 7.

Class 2A

1. Lynden (11) 7-0 110

2. Enumclaw 7-0 95

3. Anacortes 7-0 78

4. W. F. West 5-1 74

5. Tumwater 6-1 63

6. North Kitsap 6-1 61

7. Othello 6-1 47

8. Prosser 6-1 32

9. Sedro-Woolley 5-2 12

10. Washougal 6-1 11

Others receiving 6 or more points: Highline 9. Sehome 7.

Class 1A

1. Lynden Christian (10) 7-0 109

2. Royal 5-1 95

3. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) (1) 7-0 88

4. Montesano 6-1 72

5. Eatonville 5-1 57

6. Nooksack Valley 6-1 55

7. Toppenish 6-1 39

8. Tenino 6-1 37

9. King’s 6-1 25

10. LaCenter 6-1 20

Others receiving 6 or more points: none.

Class 2B

1. Napavine (9) 7-0 90

2. Okanogan 7-0 81

3. Toledo 6-1 61

4. Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 6-1 58

5. Columbia (Burbank) 6-1 54

6. Raymond 6-1 42

7. Chewelah (Jenkins) 5-2 36

8. Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 4-3 19

9. Coupeville 5-1 18

10. River View 6-1 11

Others receiving 6 or more points: Liberty (Spangle) 10.

Class 1B

1. Odessa (8) 6-0 80

2. Neah Bay 5-0 70

3. DeSales (Walla Walla) 6-0 65

4. Mossyrock 6-0 53

5. Liberty Christian 7-0 40

Others receiving 6 or more points: Naselle 12.

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