Prep results for Wednesday, Oct. 16, plus AP football poll

PREP RESULTS FOR WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16 (LINKS TO STATS WHERE APPLICABLE) PLUS THE AP FOOTBALL POLL AFTER WEEK 6:

BOYS TENNIS

Northwest 2A

Sehome 7, Lakewood 0, stats not reported

Non-conference

Lake Stevens at Mount Vernon, not reported

Mariner at Monroe, not reported

Archbishop Murphy at Stanwood, ppd.

CROSS COUNTRY

Wesco

At Ballinger Park

Boys

Team scores: Edmonds-Woodway 33, Mountlake Terrace 43, Lynnwood 65, Meadowdale 90.

Girls

Team scores: Edmonds-Woodway 26, Lynnwood 39, Meadowdale 76, Mountlake Terrace 96.

Meet results

At Hamlin Park

Boys

Team scores: Cedarcrest 16, Shorewood 55, Shorecrest 69, Archbishop Murphy DNQ.

Girls

Team scores: Cedarcrest 23, Shorewood 43, Shorecrest 72, Archbishop Murphy DNQ.

Meet results

At Lake Tye Park

Boys

Team scores: Snohomish 52, Monroe 53, Marysville Getchell 72, Marysville Pilchuck 176.

Girls

Team scores: Snohomish 39, Monroe 45, Marysville Getchell 51, Marysville Pilchuck 104.

Meet results

FOOTBALL

AP Polls

Class 4A

1. Lake Stevens (9) 6-0 99

2. Kennedy Catholic 6-0 84

3. Camas (1) 6-0 80

4. Graham-Kapowsin 6-0 75

5. Puyallup 5-1 49

6. Woodinville 5-1 42

7. Chiawana 5-1 36

8. Central Valley 5-1 28

9. Eastlake 5-1 27

10. Skyview 5-1 13

Others receiving 6 or more points: Bothell 12.

Class 3A

1. O’Dea (9) 6-0 90

2. Eastside Catholic 5-1 78

3. Lincoln 4-2 70

4. Bethel 4-2 55

5. Bellevue 4-2 49

6. Mountain View 5-1 45

7. Lakes 4-1 24

8. Mt. Spokane 5-1 20

9. Marysville Pilchuck 6-0 18

10. Kamiakin 5-1 13

Others receiving 6 or more points: Kennewick 12. Peninsula 7.

Class 2A

1. Tumwater (11) 6-0 110

2. Lynden 5-1 98

3. Hockinson 5-1 83

4. Steilacoom 4-2 68

5. W. F. West 6-0 62

6. Archbishop Murphy 4-2 53

7. Lakewood 5-1 47

8. Clarkston 5-1 36

9. Liberty (Issaquah) 5-1 24

10. Franklin Pierce 5-1 9

Class 1A

1. Royal (6) 6-0 87

2. Mount Baker (3) 6-0 84

3. Zillah 6-0 69

4. La Salle 6-0 62

5. Deer Park 6-0 44

6. Lynden Christian 5-1 43

7. LaCenter 6-0 33

8. Cascade Christian 5-0 31

9. Montesano 6-0 30

10. Colville 4-2 6

Class 2B

1. Napavine (9) 6-0 99

2. Onalaska (1) 6-0 91

3. Kalama 4-2 77

4. Asotin 6-0 68

5. Tri-Cities Prep 5-1 45

6. Colfax 5-1 36

7. Adna 4-2 30

8. Columbia (Burbank) 6-0 26

9. Liberty (Spangle) 4-2 20

10. Lake Roosevelt 5-1 18

Others receiving 6 or more points: Ocosta 17. Friday Harbor 11.

Class 1B

1. Odessa (7) 5-0 79

2. ACH (1) 6-0 73

3. Naselle 6-0 64

4. Entiat 5-1 42

5. Neah Bay 5-1 37

Others receiving 6 or more points: Selkirk 25.

VOLLEYBALL

Wesco 3A/2A

Mountlake Terrace 3, Cedarcrest 0

Archbishop Murphy 3, Lynnwood 1

Meadowdale 3, Shorewood 0

Edmonds-Woodway 3, Shorecrest 0

Northwest 1B

Shoreline Christian at Fellowship Christian, not reported

Grace Academy 3, Tulalip Heritage 0, stats not reported

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