New Washington State Coaches Association volleyball rankings

  • Mike Cane, Herald Writer
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2009 1:30pm
  • Sports

If you are looking for something to do tonight, go watch some entertaining volleyball and support a great cause at Cascade High School, which is hosting the third annual Dig for the Cure match. Cascade is playing host to Everett in a Wesco North rivalry match. The event is designed to increase awareness about breast cancer, as well as other types of cancer, and raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure network.

On Monday night the Archbishop Murphy volleyball team held its own Dig for the Cure event during a match versus Cedarcrest (see photo). And Archbishop Murphy’s top-ranked girls soccer team will hold its fifth annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day on Friday. The Wildcats girls soccer program has raised nearly $6,000 for the cause over the past four years.

Back to volleyball. In the latest state coaches’ rankings compiled by Tanya Campbell, Monroe (Class 4A No. 6), Meadowdale (3A No. 9), Archbishop Murphy (2A No. 4), King’s (1A No. 1) and North Sound Christian (1B No. 8) are in the top 10. Check out the complete list from 4A to 1B.

Washington State Coaches Association volleyball rankings

Released Oct. 18. Compiled by Tanya Campbell

Class 4A

1. Mead (8-0)

2. Graham-Kapowsin (11-0)

3. Olympia (11-0)

4. Skyview (10-0)

5. Richland (11-1) … lost to 4A Kamiakin

6. Monroe (9-1) … lost to 3A Eastside Catholic

7. Gig Harbor (12-0)

8. Curtis (9-1) … lost to 4A Graham-Kapowsin

9. Southridge (11-1) … lost to 4A Richland

10. Kamiakin (10-2) … lost to 4A Eisenhower and 4A Southridge

Class 3A

1. Blanchet (12-0)

2. Eastside Catholic (9-2) … lost to 3A Blanchet twice

3. Mount Spokane (8-1) … lost to 4A Mead

4. Auburn Mountainview (12-0)

5. North Kitsap (12-0)

6. Mount Si (10-1) … lost to 4A Bothell

7. Kennedy (8-0)

8. Prairie (9-1) … lost to 4A Skyview

9. Meadowdale (8-2) … lost to 3A Blanchet and 3A Everett

10. Timberline (9-2) … lost to Auburn Moutainview and Capital

Class 2A

1. Burlington-Edison (10-0)

2. Selah (11-0)

3. Tumwater (10-0)

4. Archbishop Murphy (10-1) … lost to 1A King’s

5. Fife (4-2) … lost to 4A Gig Harbor and 4A Olympia

6. Black Hills (9-1) … lost to Tumwater

7. Pullman (9-0)

8. Grandview (9-2) … lost to Hermiston (5A Oregon team) and 2A Selah

9. Lynden (8-1) … lost to Burlington-Edison

10. West Valley of Spokane (8-2) … lost to Pullman twice

Class 1A

1. King’s (11-0)

2. Lynden Christian (10-0)

3. Onalaska (10-0)

4. Annie Wright (10-0)

5. Royal (11-0)

6. Chelan (10-0)

7. Castle Rock (8-1) … lost to Astoria (Oregon)

8. Newport (10-1) … lost to Priest River (Idaho)

9. Cascade of Leavenworth (8-1) … lost to Chelan

Tie-10. Goldendale (7-1, lost to Granger) and Granger (9-1, lost to Goldendale)

Class 2B

1. LaConner (9-1) … lost to 3A Anacortes

2. Kittitas (9-0)

3. La Salle (10-0)

4. Riverside Christian of Yakima (5-1) … lost to 2B LaSalle

5. Toutle Lake (10-1) … lost to 1A Castle Rock

6. Christian Faith (9-2) … lost to 2B Riverside Christian and 2B Evergreen Lutheran (6-3)

7. Adna (8-2) … lost to 2B Toutle Lake and 2B Wakiakum

8. NW Christian Lacey (8-2) … lost to 2B Rainier Christian and 2B Cascade Christian

9. Tekoa-Oakesdale (7-2) … lost to 1B Lacrosse-Washtucna and 2B Liberty Christian

10. Lind-Ritzville (8-2) … lost to 2B Davenport and 2B NW Christian Colbert

Class 1B

1. Neah Bay (8-0)

2. Northport (8-1) … lost to Cusick

3. Thorp (7-2) … lost to 1B Pateros and 1B Wilson Creek

4. Wilson Creek (10-1) … lost to 1B Thorp

5. St. John-Endicott (8-2) … lost to 1B Tri Cities Prep and 1B Davenport

6. LaCrosse-Washtucna (5-2) … lost to Troy (Idaho) and 1B St. John Endicott

7. Moses Lake Christian (6-2) .. lost to 1B Wilson Creek and 1B Thorp

8. North Sound Christian (8-2) … lost to 1B Mt. Vernon Christian and 1B Neah Bay

9. Tri-Cities Prep (7-3) … lost to 1B Lind-Ritzville, 1B Colton and Imbler (Oregon)

10. Crescent (5-2) … lost to 1B North Sound Christian and 1B Neah Bay

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