Girls basketball preview: Coaches poll

Area girls basketball coaches predict the order of finish in their respective leagues.

The predicted order of finish as voted on by the league’s coaches. First-place votes received are in parentheses.

WESCO 4A

1. Lake Stevens (4)

2. Glacier Peak (3)

3. Kamiak

4. Jackson

5. Monroe

6. Mount Vernon

7. Cascade

8. Mariner

Wesco 3A/2A

1. Arlington (9)

2. Shorecrest (1)

3. Snohomish

4. Meadowdale

5. Edmonds-Woodway

6. Archbishop Murphy

7. Stanwood

8. Everett

9. Lynnwood

10. Marysville Getchell

11. Cedarcrest

12. Shorewood

13. Mountlake Terrace

14. Oak Harbor

15. Marysville Pilchuck

North Sound Conference

1. King’s (3)

2. Cedar Park Christian (1)

3. Sultan

4. Granite Falls

5. Coupeville

6. South Whidbey

Notes: Coaches weren’t allowed to vote for their own teams. One coach from Wesco 4A, five from Wesco 3A/2A and two from the North Sound Conference didn’t participate in the voting.

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