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High School Sports Blog

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

February 8, 2009 at 11:44 AM

Boys basketball rankings (2/8)

Class 4A

1. Federal Way 18-2

The Eagles hit 100 points for the second time this season last week.

2. Kentwood (Covington) 16-4

Big tie-breaker with Federal Way coming up on Tuesday.

3. Decatur (Federal Way) 18-2

Won the division in its first year in the SPSL South.

4. Garfield 15-3

Bulldogs have clinched the KingCo Crest title and the No. 1 seed in the district.

5. Eisenhower (Yakima) 19-0

These Cadets simply keep finding ways to win, and they host Hanford on Tuesday for big No. 20.

6. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) 16-2

Bullpups are two wins away from holding off Shadle Park in the GSL.

7. Foss (Tacoma) 16-4

Falcons have finished on an absolute tear.

8. Curtis (University Place) 17-4

Vikings get the FW-Kentwood loser in the SPSL playoffs.

9. Central Kitsap (Silverdale) 15-5

Cougars to face Foss in the Narrows League championship game.

10. Kentridge (Kent) 13-7

Chargers the only team to beat No. 1 and No. 2 this season..

Others: Auburn, Inglemoor, Lincoln, Mariner, Mountain View, Mountlake Terrace.

Class 3A

1. Franklin 17-1

Quakers played like a No. 1 team at Seattle Prep on Tuesday, and they earned the top spot this week.

2. Bellevue 17-1

With their front line, the Wolverines will be tough to stop this postseason.

3. Renton 15-1

Indians’ only loss? To Bellevue in December, by just one point.

4. Shadle Park (Spokane) 15-3

Highlanders’ Anthony Brown could be one of the stars of the state tournament.

5. Enumclaw 17-1

Hornets contine sending back any SPSL 3A title-seekers.

6. Bainbridge 13-5

Can they play the district tourney at Bainbridge? Spartans have been terrific at home.

7. Rainier Beach 11-6

Vikings put up a solid showing against Westchester of L.A. on Saturday in a 10-point loss.

8. Columbia River (Vancouver) 15-3

Don’t forget about the team with 6-foot-11 center Steven Bjornstad in the middle.

9. Seattle Prep 14-5

Panthers will play the Metro Sound winner in the Metro League tournament opener.

10. Meadowdale (Lynnwood) 14-4

Mavs get another shot at Mountlake Terrace on Wednesday.

Others: Chief Sealth, Clover Park, Foster, Lakes, Mt. Rainier, North Kitsap, O’Dea.



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