Girls basketball season previews: Coaches Polls

Here’s how area coaches believe local conferences will shake out in 2018-19.

GIRLS BASKETBALL COACHES POLLS

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

WESCO 4A

1. Glacier Peak (5)

2. Lake Stevens (2)

3. Jackson

T-4. Kamiak

T-4. Monroe

6. Mount Vernon

7. Cascade

8. Mariner

WESCO 3A

T-1. Edmonds-Woodway (6)

T-1. Snohomish (3)

3. Arlington

4. Shorecrest

5. Lynnwood

6. Archbishop Murphy

7. Stanwood

8. Meadowdale

9. Cedarcrest

10. Marysville Getchell

11. Everett

12. Mountlake Terrace

13. Oak Harbor

14. Marysville Pilchuck

NORTH SOUND CONFERENCE

1. King’s (4)

2. Cedar Park Christian

3. South Whidbey

4. Coupeville

5. Granite Falls

6. Sultan

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

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