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January 6, 2014 at 11:09 AM

Boys basketball rankings

4A

1. Jackson (8-0)

Won the MaxPreps Holiday Classic

2. Garfield (10-0)

Won Las Vegas Prep Championship

3. Kentridge (11-0)

Beat Wilsonville (Ore.) and Columbia River

4. Richland (8-0)

Beat Central Valley

5. Central Valley (6-1)

Lost to Richland

6. Ferris (8-0)

Beat Coeur d’Alene and Chiawana

7. Arlington (8-1)

Beat Snohomish and Mount Vernon

8. Curtis (9-1)                           

Beat three out of state teams and lost to one

9. Beamer (6-1)

Beat Graham-Kapowsin

10. Eastmont (7-1)

Beat Lake Stevens and West Seattle

Previously ranked: Issaquah

3A

1. Rainier Beach (9-0)

Won Les Schwab Inviational

2. Wilson (9-0)

Won the Franklin Tournament of Champions

3. Mercer Island (8-1)

Won two games at the Seahawk Redondo Beach Classic

4. Franklin (8-1)

Won third at the Franklin Tournament of Champions

5. Lincoln (8-0)

Beat Gonzaga Prep and Bellarmine Prep

6. Bellevue (6-2)

Won one game at the MaxPreps Holiday Classic

7. Stanwood (10-0)

Beat Bellingham

8. Eastside Catholic (8-2)

Won three games at the Chaminade Christmas Classic

9. Mountlake Terrace (7-1)

Beat Foster and Snohomish

10. Seattle Prep (6-4)

Won two games at the Santa Margarita Christmas Classic

Previously ranked: O’Dea

2A

1. Lynden (7-0)

Beat King’s and Squalicum

2. Pullman (6-1)

Lost to St. George’s

3. Grandview (7-0)

Beat West Valley (Yakima)

4. Clarkston (7-1)

Beat Walla Walla and lost to East Valley (Spokane)

5. Mark Morris (8-2)

Beat Fort Vancouver and Mountain View

6. West Valley (Spokane) (7-2)

Lost to Pullman

7. Sumner (5-3)

Beat Kennewick and lost to University

8. Bremerton (7-2)

Lost to Vashon Island and beat Gig Harbor

9. Anacortes (5-3)

Lost to Puyallup and Sehome

10. Steilacoom (8-2)

Beat Washington and lost to Peninsula

Previously ranked: None

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