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February 22, 2009 at 2:07 PM

Boys basketball rankings (2/22)

Here they are, the second-to-last set of basketball rankings this season:

Class 4A

1. Federal Way 22-2

Eagles win two district games by an average of 32.5 points.

2. Decatur 20-3

Marcus Tibbs averages 26 points in two games to clinch state berth.

3. Garfield 19-3

Bulldogs will be back at state for the third straight year.

4. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) 20-2

We will have a new 4A champion. Bullpups have unseated Ferris as Spokane champs.

5. Foss (Tacoma) 19-4

State-bound Falcons are white hot, having won 11 consecutive games.

6. Eisenhower (Yakima) 22-1

Cadets stunned at home with first loss, to Walla Walla.

7. Kentwood (Covington) 18-6

Uh oh. Conks must win two loser-out games to make state.

8. Curtis (University Place) 18-5

Vikings back in the state tournament after beating Mount Tahoma.

9. Kentridge (Kent) 15-8

Last-second loss to Decatur puts Chargers in precarious position.

10. Inglemoor (Kenmore) 17-5

Vikings going to state for first time since 2006.

On the radar: Centralk Kitsap, Lincoln, Mariner, Mountlake Terrace, Mt. Tahoma, Walla Walla.

Class 3A

1. Franklin 21-1

Quakers finish Metro homecoming as league champs.

2. Bellevue 21-1

The KingCo 3A was no competition for champion Wolverines.

3. Enumclaw 20-1

After win against Renton, it’s time to consider Hornets a state contender.

4. Renton 17-2

Only two losses: by one to Bellevue, and in overtime vs. Enumclaw.

5. Shadle Park 18-4

Highlanders will be the favorites in the Eastern regional.

6. Rainier Beach 14-8

Vikings showed a lot of life to get to the Metro title game.

7. Seattle Prep 17-6

Panthers earn the final first-round bye in the Sea-King District tournament.

8. Meadowdale (Lynnwood) 17-4

Mavericks seem poised for another trip to the state tournament.

9. O’Dea 15-6

Irish have won six straight games after going 2-0 in the Metro playoffs.

10. Union (Vancouver) 15-6

Titans edged out Columbia River for the Greater St. Helen’s 3A tournament title.

On the radar: Bainbridge, Chief Sealth, Columbia River, Lakes, Mount Si, Mt. Rainier, West Valley (Yakima).

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