The Glacier Peak girls cross country team claimed its fifth state title in nine years last fall. (TJ Mullinax / for The Herald, file)

The Glacier Peak girls cross country team claimed its fifth state title in nine years last fall. (TJ Mullinax / for The Herald, file)

Herald Athletic Cup: The complete list

A look at where all schools in The Herald’s coverage area ranked this past year.

The Herald Athletic Cup was designed to reward area schools for their overall athletic performance over the past school year.

Schools received points based on how their teams performed in their respective state competitions for Washington Interscholastic Activities Association-sanctioned sports. (For individual sports, scoring was determined by where a school finished in the state team standings.)

Schools were awarded 20 points for a state title and 15 points for a second-place state finish. From there, the scoring decreased by one point for every place — all the way down to one point for a 16th-place state finish.

In the case of a tie in a state event, teams received the average number of points for however many teams were part of thetie. For instance, if there was a three-way tie for sixth place, a team would receive 10 points — the average number ofpoints for places six through eight.

The same concept applies to sports where not every state placing is determined. For instance, if a soccer team lost in the state quarterfinals, that would be considered a four-way tie for fifth place.

Below are the complete standings for all 35 schools in The Herald’s coverage area:

1. Jackson — 107 points

2. King’s — 105 points

3. Glacier Peak — 90.6 points

4. Snohomish — 86 points

5. Edmonds-Woodway — 83.6 points

6. Lake Stevens — 76.6 points

7. Kamiak — 60.5 points

8. Arlington — 45 points

9. Shorecrest — 35 points

10. Shorewood — 33 points

11. Everett — 26.9 points

12. South Whidbey, Coupeville — 26 points

14. Archbishop Murphy — 25 points

15. Marysville Pilchuck — 24 points

16. Stanwood — 23.6 points

17. Meadowdale — 21.1 points

18. Monroe, Mountlake Terrace — 17.5 points

20. Cedarcrest — 13 points

21. Lakewood — 12.5 points

22. Cedar Park Christian — 11 points

23. Grace Academy — 8 points

24. Mariner — 7 points

25. Tulalip Heritage — 6.5 points

26. Sultan, Darrington — 6 points

28. Oak Harbor — 2.5 points

29. Cascade, Lynnwood, Marysville Getchell, Granite Falls, Arlington Christian, Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace, Fellowship Christian — 0 points

Click here for a more detailed scoring breakdown of the top 10 schools.

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