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April 6, 2009 at 1:25 PM

State soccer rankings — week 2

Not a lot of changes in the rankings this week. Many schools across the state were on Spring Break, so only a small amount of games were played.

In the 4A ranks, Bellarmine Prep and Pasco continue to serve as the class of the big school programs. In my estimation, the 3A schools have a bit for parity at the top.

Toward the bottom of the 4A rankings, Marysville-Pilchuck played its way on to the bubble with a hard-fought 2-2 draw with Snohomish. Beamer is also earning some mention — the Titans have won four straight (including a win over state runner-up Puyallup) and outscored opponents 26-4 in those games.

Also, Kamiakin enters the rankings at No. 10.

At the 3A level, a couple ranked teams (Yelm and Franklin Pierce) each lost and dropped to the bubble. Unbeaten White River and Bainbridge take their places in the top 10. Liberty of Bellevue has six wins on the year and moves to the bubble.

As always, let me know you’re opinions. Is there a team out there I’m overlooking? A sleeper?

And, like last week, let me know if any win/loss records are off. I had to make a couple tweaks in the first rankings.

CLASS 4A

1. Bellarmine Prep 7-0-0

2. Pasco 5-0-0

3. University 6-0-0

4. Stadium 3-0-0

5. Shorewood 5-0-1

6. South Kitsap 3-0-0

7. Issaquah 6-1-0

8. Curtis 5-0-1

9. Snohomish 5-1-1

10. Kamiakin 6-1-0

OTHERS (alphabetically): Auburn Riverside 4-0-2, Beamer 4-1-0, Central Valley 4-1-0, Jackson 5-1-0, Marysville-Pilchuck 4-0-2, Roosevelt 4-1-1.

CLASS 3A

1. Camas 6-0-0

2. Lakeside 5-0-0

3. Mount Vernon 7-0-0

4. Mercer Island 7-0-1

5. Mount Rainier 4-0-0

6. Shorecrest 5-1-0

7. Kennedy 5-1-0

8. Union 4-0-2

9. White River 5-0-0

10. Bainbridge 4-1-1

OTHERS (alphabetically): Columbia River 5-1-0, Franklin Pierce 4-1-1, Highline 4-1-0, Liberty 6-2-0, Sequim 4-1-0, Yelm 6-1-0.

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