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October 16, 2013 at 12:59 PM

AP high school football rankings: Week 7

The Associated Press Washington state high school football rankings for week 7 came out today.

Unanimous votes for the No. 1 spot at 4A and 3A – that still belongs to Camas and Bellevue. At 2A, Tumwater finally took the No. 1 spot from Lynden, although it looks like both teams received seven first-place votes each.

AP high school football rankings
Week 7 (first-place votes in parentheses)
Rank Team Points
Class 4A
1 Camas (14) 140
2 Skyline 116
3 Chiawana 111
4 Graham-Kapowsin 107
5 Ferris 72
6 Federal Way 67
7 Gonzaga Prep 50
8 Bellarmine Prep 34
9 Union 32
10 Edmonds-Woodway 19
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Auburn Riverside-8, 11. Kentwood-8.
Class 3A
1 Bellevue (13) 130
2 O’Dea 115
3 Marysville-Pilchuck 101
4 Mount Si 94
5 Eastside Catholic 75
6 Shadle Park 66
7 Woodrow Wilson 37
(tie) Glacier Peak 37
9 Blanchet 17
10 Lincoln 15
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Meadowdale-11, 12. Ferndale-7.
Class 2A
1 Tumwater (7) 133
2 Lynden (7) 131
3 Ellensburg 105
4 Sumner 95
5 Lakewood 87
6 W.F. West 74
7 R.A. Long 56
8 Prosser 33
9 White River 16
10 Mark Morris 9
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Othello-8, 12. West Valley (Yakima)-7.
Class 1A
1 Zillah (14) 140
2 Woodland 116
3 Cascade Christian 114
4 River View 96
5 LaCenter 76
6 Freeman 67
7 Mount Baker 64
8 Cashmere 50
9 King’s 28
10 Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 9
Others receiving 6 or more points: None.
Class 2B
1 Morton/White Pass (10) 109
2 Lind-Ritzville/Sprague (1) 100
3 LaConner 83
4 Napavine 78
5 Waitsburg-Prescott 61
6 Raymond 57
7 Wahkiakum 39
8 North Beach 31
9 Tri-Cities Prep 24
10 Darrington 22
Others receiving 6 or more points: None.
Class 1B
1 Neah Bay (9) 99
2 Liberty Christian (1) 91
3 Touchet 77
4 Wilbur-Creston 69
5 Lummi 57
Others receiving 6 or more points: 11. Colton-7.

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