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September 22, 2008 at 3:05 PM

Week three volleyball rankings

Check out the last volleyball rankings below for Class 4A and 3A. Mead indeed lost in a tournament in Idaho last Saturday — twice — but to a pair of out-of-state teams. Until they lose to someone in Washington, I’m leaving them at No. 1.

I spoke with Shorecrest coach Dave Morehouse who admits his team has been up and down as of late, so I’m moving East Valley of Spokane and Auburn Mountainview up to the top two spots and slipping Shorecrest to No. 3. But look for steady improvement from the Scots.

You’ll see some other changes, too, so feel free to comment.

Class 4A

1. Mead (Spokane)

2. Kentwood (Covington)

3. Lewis and Clark (Spokane)

4. Kamiak (Mukilteo)

5. Kamiakin (Kennewick)

6. Olympia

7. Monroe

8. Edmonds-Woodway

9. Kentlake

10. Curtis (University Place)

Others (alphabetically) – Auburn Riverside, Bellarmine Prep, Bethel (Graham), Bothell, Central Kitsap (Silverdale), Eisenhower (Yakima), Issaquah, Kentridge, Marysville-Pilchuck, Olympic (Silverdale), Puyallup, Rogers (Puyallup), Roosevelt, Skyline (Issaquah), Southridge (Kennewick), Walla Walla.

Class 3A

1. East Valley (Spokane)

2. Auburn Mountainview

3. Shorecrest (Shoreline)

4. Kennedy (Burien)

5. Shadle Park (Spokane)

6. Sumner

7. Bishop Blanchet

8. Prairie (Brush Prairie)

9. Eastside Catholic (Sammamish)

10. Mount Si (Snoqualmie)

Others (alphabetically) — Bainbridge, Black Hills, Bonney Lake, Camas, Enumclaw, Everett, Holy Names, Lakes (Lakewood), Mercer Island, Mount Spokane, Seattle Prep, Union (Vancouver).

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