Lake Stevens’ Noelani Tupua steals the ball during the game against Kamiak on Jan. 3 in Mukilteo. The Vikings are ranked ninth in Class 4A. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Lake Stevens’ Noelani Tupua steals the ball during the game against Kamiak on Jan. 3 in Mukilteo. The Vikings are ranked ninth in Class 4A. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Associated Press high school girls basketball poll for Jan. 24

Six local teams receive top-10 rankings, while four more 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. Woodinville (2) 17-2 74 2
2. Sumner (3) 16-1 68 1
3. Camas (3) 11-6 59 3
4. Kamiakin 15-1 54 4
5. Bothell 14-3 38 T5
6. Tahoma 15-2 33 7
7. Union 12-2 32 T5
8. Davis 11-4 23 8
9. Lake Stevens 14-2 14 10
10. Eastlake 11-6 12 9

Others receiving votes: Chiawana 10. Emerald Ridge 9. Gonzaga Prep 7. Kamiak 7.

Division 3A
School Record Points Last
1. Mead (6) 16-1 78 1
2. Meadowdale 15-2 64 3
3. Garfield (2) 10-2 59 5
4. Arlington 14-2 53 4
5. Lake Washington 14-3 52 6
6. Lakeside (Seattle) 13-2 43 2
7. North Thurston 13-0 33 7
8. Bonney Lake 16-2 22 9
9. Auburn 17-2 20 8
10. Timberline 15-1 9 10

Others receiving votes: Kennewick 4. Lynnwood 2. Snohomish 1.

Division 2A
School Record Points Last
1. Ellensburg (8) 15-0 80 2
2. Lynden 14-1 72 1
3. Clarkston 15-0 61 3
4. Archbishop Murphy 13-4 50 4
5. Prosser 14-4 45 5
6. W. F. West 14-3 42 6
7. Ridgefield 12-1 27 8
(tie) Burlington-Edison 12-3 27 7
9. White River 12-3 22 9
10. Columbia River 10-3 6 NR

Others receiving votes: Black Hills 5. Sehome 2. Cedarcrest 1.

Division 1A
School Record Points Last
1. Nooksack Valley (7) 17-1 70 1
2. Deer Park 17-0 59 2
3. Wapato 15-1 58 3
4. Lynden Christian 11-5 45 4
5. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 15-2 39 5
6. Bellevue Christian 15-1 35 6
7. Zillah 11-4 27 7
8. King’s 10-9 20 8
9. Cashmere 12-4 9 NR
(tie) Granite Falls 14-2 9 9

Others receiving votes: Seton Catholic 6. Seattle Academy 4. Colville 3. Medical Lake 1.

Division 2B
School Record Points Last
1. Rainier (2) 16-1 62 T1
2. Napavine (2) 16-2 58 T1
3. Adna 17-1 55 T3
4. Warden (3) 15-3 52 T3
5. Okanogan 13-3 42 5
6. Colfax 14-4 35 7
7. Tonasket 16-3 34 6
8. Brewster 14-5 18 8
9. Liberty (Spangle) 13-3 15 9
10. Mabton 13-6 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Forks 3. Toutle Lake 2.

Division B
School Record Points Last
1. Neah Bay (6) 11-2 69 1
2. Crosspoint Academy (1) 16-2 63 3
3. Mount Vernon Christian 15-4 57 2
4. Wilbur-Creston 12-2 42 6
5. Curlew 16-2 33 T4
6. Waterville-Mansfield 11-4 27 7
7. Oakesdale 11-3 26 T4
8. Colton 13-3 22 9
9. Sunnyside Christian 13-3 18 8
10. Pateros 14-3 10 10

Others receiving votes: Mossyrock 6. Pe Ell 5. Inchelium 5. Evergreen Lutheran 2.

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