Lake Stevens players celebrate a point during a game against Edmonds-Woodway on Sept. 7 at Edmonds-Woodway High School. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Lake Stevens players celebrate a point during a game against Edmonds-Woodway on Sept. 7 at Edmonds-Woodway High School. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

High School volleyball coaches poll for Sept. 22

Lake Stevens and Arlington both remain ranked in the most recent state volleyball coaches poll.

The Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association poll for Wednesday, Sept. 22:

Class 4A

1. Puyallup

2. Lake Stevens

3. Curtis

4. Tahoma

5. Camas

6. West Valley (Yakima)

7. Bellarmine Prep

8. Graham-Kapowsin

t9. Richland

t9. Wenatchee

Others: Kennedy Catholic, Sunnyside, Emerald Ridge, Issaquah, Mount Rainier, North Creek.

Class 3A

1. Mount Spokane

2. Lakeside (Seattle)

3. Capital

4. Kelso

5. Eastside Catholic

6. Ferndale

7. Central Kitsap

8. Mead

9. Peninsula

t10. Arlington

t10. Kennewick

t10. Roosevelt

Others: Walla Walla, Interlake, Seattle Prep, Bishop Blanchet, Bellevue, Prairie, Gig Harbor, North Thurston.

Class 2A

1. Ridgefield

2. Burlington-Edison

3. Washington

4. White River

5. Columbia River

6. Ellensburg

7. Steilacoom

8. Pullman

9. Tumwater

t10. Lynden

t10. North Kitsap

Others: Fife, Enumclaw, Sammamish, Woodland.

Class 1A

1. Freeman

t2. Chelan

t2. Overlake

4. Castle Rock

5. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls)

6. Seattle Academy

7. Annie Wright

8. South Whidbey

9. Lynden Christian

10. King’s

Others: Cashmere, Meridian, Cascade Christian, Zillah.

Class 2B

1. La Conner

2. Colfax

3. Kalama

4. Goldendale

5. Brewster

6. Northwest Christian (Colbert)

7. Walla Walla Valley Academy

8. Tri-Cities Prep

t9. Asotin

t9. Toutle Lake

Others: Raymond, Kittitas, Manson.

Class 1B

1. Oakesdale

2. Odessa

3. St. John/Endicott-Lacrosse

4. Darrington

t5. Almira/Coulee-Hartline

t5. Mossyrock

t5. Pomeroy

8. Naselle

9. Mount Vernon Christian

t10. Moses Lake Christian

t10. Willapa Valley

Others: Shoreline Christian, Mary Walker, Northport, Puget Sound Adventist.

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