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High School Sports Blog

The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area

January 7, 2008 at 11:11 PM

Girls basketball rankings

Two teams from the southwest corner of the state, Skyview and Prairie, toppled two of Oregon’s top teams over the weekend, and both moved up after impressive wins. Next Tuesday — not tonight, as one poster noted — they’ll play each other. But tonight, they switch Oregon teams: Skyview plays Southridge (ranked 12th in the country), and Praire plays Jesuit (which lost to Southridge in last year’s state championship game).

In Class 3A, Seattle Prep and Lakeside — the top two Metro teams to this point — play each other on Wednesday. And on Friday, Auburn faces Auburn Riverside.

Class 4A

1. Lewis & Clark (9-0)

2. Skyview (11-0)

3. Lake Stevens (10-0)

4. Prairie (8-3)

5. Ballard (10-1)

6. Jackson (8-1)

7. Mead (7-2)

8. Inglemoor (9-1)

9. Mount Tahoma (9-3)

10. Walla Walla (9-1)

On the radar: Pasco, Snohomish, Eastlake, Puyallup, Roosevelt, Kentwood, Moses Lake.

Class 3A

1. Lakes (9-0)

2. Auburn Riverside (7-3)

3. Kennedy (9-0)

4. Meadowdale (9-1)

5. Issaquah (9-1)

6. Auburn (9-1)

7. Seattle Prep (9-1)

8. Lakeside (9-1)

9. Capital (8-1)

10. Bellevue (8-3)

On the radar: Renton, Bainbridge, Newport, Enumclaw.

Tonight’s top games

1. Mercer Island at Bellevue, boys basketball, 7:30 p.m.

The top two teams in KingCo 3A met once already this season, with Mercer Island winning 64-57 in both teams’ opener. The Islanders (9-2) have yet to lose in state, and the Wolverines (10-1) have won 10 straight.

2. Lake Stevens at Snohomish, girls basketball, 7:30 p.m.

Lake Stevens moved up to third in Class 4A this week, but they’ll have their most difficult conference test on their hands tonight against the Panthers.

3. Federal Way at Kentridge, boys basketball, 7:30 p.m.

Federal Way had little time to celebrate its win against Decatur last Friday. Next up is Kentridge, last year’s 4A runner, and the Chargers won’t want to fall back another game in the SPSL North race.

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