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October 29, 2007 at 7:15 PM

New football rankings

Only a few changes at the bottom of each top 10. Rogers wins the SPSL South and moves in, as does Olympia after it won the Narrows championship with a victory against South Kitsap.

Olympic moves into the top 10 in Class 3A, where Renton’s ride was fun while it lasted. As you can see, there are a bunch of strong teams in 3A — six undefeated — so the playoffs should get interesting.

Class 4A

1. Ferris (Spokane) 9-0

2. Bothell 9-0

3. Edmonds-Woodway 9-0

4. Oak Harbor 9-0

5. Eastlake 8-1

6. Wenatchee 8-1

7. Federal Way 8-1

8. Snohomish 8-1

9. Rogers (Puyallup) 8-1

10. Olympia 7-2

Dropped out: Lewis & Clark (Spokane), Evergreen (Vancouver)

Class 3A

1. Lakes 9-0

2. Skyline 9-0

3. Kamiakin (Kennewick) 9-0

4. O’Dea 9-0

5. Ferndale 9-0

6. Franklin Pierce 9-0

7. Bellevue 8-1

8. Evergreen (White Center) 8-1

9. Eastside Catholic 8-1

10. Olympic (Silverdale) 8-1

Dropped out: Renton

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