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October 25, 2010 at 8:56 PM

Class 4A and 3A girls soccer rankings — Week 8

Folks in Class 4A girls soccer circles were wondering when the Eastlake Wolves were finally going to arrive.

Update: They’re here!

Eastlake plays in arguably the toughest soccer conference in Washington. After winning five of their past six games, the Wolves are now 7-1-1 in the Class 4A KingCo.

Eastlake moved into the Class 4A rankings at No. 9.

During their recent hot stretch, the Wolves beat three of KingCo’s top teams this season (Woodinville, Issaquah and Bothell). The only blemish was a 3-0 setback to defending state champion Skyline.

Also slipping into the rankings this week is Meadowdale, part of a tough bunch in the 3A WesCo.

Glacier Peak, No. 1 in 3A, needed overtime to beat No. 8 Everett, 3-2, last week.

Here are The Seattle Times Class 4A and 3A state girls soccer rankings:

Class 4A

1. Skyline (Sammamish) 14-0-0

2. Lewis and Clark (Spokane) 15-0-1

3. Tahoma (Maple Valley) 14-0-0

4. Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma) 12-1-1

5. Issaquah 11-3-1

6. Kamiak 10-1-2

7. Mead (Spokane) 12-2-1

8. South Kitsap (Port Orchard) 7-1-5

9. Eastlake (Sammamish) 9-3-1

10. Todd Beamer (Federal Way) 9-0-6

On the radar: Richland, Kentwood, Stadium, Puyallup, Curtis, Skyview, Gonzaga Prep, Central Valley, Chiawana, Bothell, Lake Stevens, Snohomish, Union, Ferris, Battle Ground.

Class 3A

1. Glacier Peak (Snohomish) 13-0-1

2. Kennedy Catholic 11-1-1

3. Camas 11-3-0

4. Southridge (Kennewick) 11-2-0

5. Bonney Lake 13-1-0

6. Seattle Prep 8-1-7

7. Holy Names 10-1-4

8. Everett 9-4-1

9. Hanford 12-3-0

10. Meadowdale 10-5-0

On the radar: Lindbergh, Nathan Hale, Columbia River, Eastside Catholic, Prairie, West Valley (Yakima), Auburn Mountainview, Kelso, Shadle Park, Kamiakin, Mount Spokane, Shorewood, Capital.

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