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October 22, 2007 at 5:02 PM

New football rankings

Welcome to Snohomish, which makes its debut in The Seattle Times rankings at No. 9 in Class 4A after its 45-21 victory against Lake Stevens. The Panthers are headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2003.

You’ll see one other difference in this week’s rankings: Skyline has moved up one spot to No. 2 in Class 3A. The Spartans have us convinced they belong there after beating a good Woodinville team 41-7. It’s nothing against Kamiakin. That’s a good team out in the Columbia Basin. Skyline’s just playing so well right now.

Class 4A

1. Ferris (Spokane) 8-0

2. Bothell 8-0

3. Edmonds-Woodway 8-0

4. Oak Harbor 8-0

5. Eastlake 7-1

6. Lewis & Clark (Spokane) 7-1

7. Wenatchee 7-1

8. Federal Way 7-1

9. Snohomish 7-1

10. Evergreen (Vancouver) 7-1

Class 3A

1. Lakes 8-0

2. Skyline 8-0

3. Kamiakin 8-0

4. O’Dea 8-0

5. Ferndale 8-0

6. Franklin Pierce 8-0

7. Bellevue 7-1

8. Renton 7-1

9. Evergreen 7-1

10. Eastside Catholic 7-1

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