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October 18, 2010 at 3:46 PM

Class 4A and 3A state volleyball rankings — Week 7

There is very little movement in the 4A and 3A state volleyball rankings this week. In fact, the 3A rankings stay the same as all of the ranked teams won.

And the only move in 4A is Bellarmine Prep (formerly No. 7) dropping out after losing to Gig Harbor, which jumps in at No. 10. Olympia and Newport each bump up a notch to Nos. 7 and 8, respectively.

Woodinville still sits on the bubble, but did have a good day at the Wenatchee Invitational, finishing second to Lynden, which is ranked No. 5 in a very tough 2A classification.

Kennedy Catholic won the Mount Vernon tournament without dropping a set, beating Lynden Christian (No. 7 in 1A) in the final.

Camas won a tournament in Oregon that included two of that state’s better teams.

Some key matchups this week — Curtis vs. Graham Kapowsin Tuesday, Kamiak vs. Jackson Tuesday, Camas vs. Prairie Thursday and Edmonds-Woodway vs Jackson Thursday (remember, E-W won 3-0 the first time around when Jackson had five players — including three starters — sit out for violation of a team rule).

Class 4A

1. Richland

2. Mead (Spokane)

3. Issaquah

4. Jackson (Mill Creek)

5. Skyview (Vancouver)

6. Graham-Kapowsin

7. Olympia

8. Newport (Bellevue)

9. Snohomish

10. Gig Harbor

On the bubble — Auburn Riverside, Bellarmine Prep, Bothell, Central Kitsap, Curtis (University Place), Emerald Ridge (Puyallup), Kamiak (Mukilteo), Kentwood, Monroe, Puyallup, Rogers (Puyallup), Tahoma, Wenatchee, Woodinville.

Class 3A

1. Mount Spokane

2. Kennedy Catholic

3. West Valley (Yakima)

4. Camas

5. Mount Si

6. Eastside Catholic

7. Seattle Prep

8. Capital (Olympia)

9. Timberline (Lacey)

10. Prairie (Brush Prairie)

On the bubble — Auburn Mountainview, Bishop Blanchet, Bonney Lake, Columbia River, Enumclaw, Everett, Kamiakin (Kennewick), Kennewick, Meadowdale, Mercer Island, Southridge (Kennewick).

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