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January 20, 2014 at 11:36 AM

State girls basketball rankings — Week 7

Here are this week’s state girls basketball rankings for Class 4A, 3A and 2A. I am covering eight games today at the Showare Center in Kent so do not have time to elaborate.

These records include games through Saturday and do not reflect any played today. Note that Beamer, No. 3 in 4A, beat Kentwood 53-40 this morning to improve to 14-0. Later, I get to see No. 5 Mount Rainier take on No. 7 Inglemoor.

I had a devil of a time with the 3A rankings this week! Not feeling real goood about bumping Prairie up to No. 2 (especially after the Falcons lost to W.F. West, as good as that team is at No. 2 in 2A). And I think I dropped Juanita too far after the loss to Liberty, especially since the Rebels were without one of their top players in Tea Adams.

But, hey, a little shake-up at this time of the season is good for banter, right?

So, here you go:

 

Class 4A

 

1. Lynnwood (12-1)

Beat Monroe 53-19, beat Arlington 58-40 

2. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) (11-1)

Beat Ferris 80-43, beat Lewis and Clark 52-33  

3. Beamer (Federal Way) (13-0)

Beat Rogers 54-7, beat Federal Way 77-20, beat Emerald Ridge 71-34  

4. Skyview (Vancouver) (13-1)

Beat Evergreen (Vancouver) 51-17, beat Union 52-29  

5. Mount Rainier (Des Moines) (12-2)

Beat Auburn 63-14, beat Kentlake 65-31, beat Kentridge 69-51

 

6. Chiawana (Pasco) (13-2)

Beat Richland 59-28, beat Hanford 67-48, beat Kamiakin 63-34 

7. Inglemoor (Kenmore) 10-3

Beat Issaquah 72-52, beat Redmond 70-45, beat Eastlake (then No. 6) 56-46 

8. Central Valley (Spokane Valley) (13-2)

Beat Mead (then No. 7), beat North Central 64-50 

9. Eastlake (Sammamish) (11-2)

Beat Skyline 69-57, lost to No. 7 Inglemoor 56-46 

10. Arlington (12-2)

Beat Mariner 73-16, lost to Kamiak 51-48, lost to No. 1 Lynnwood 58-40

 

Dropped out – Mead (Spokane) (8-4) 

 

Class 3A 

1. Cleveland (Seattle) (11-2)

Beat Ingraham 78-19, beat Eastside Catholic 73-20  

2. Prairie (Brush Prairie)

Beat Fort Vancouver 60-9, beat Columbia River 56-35, lost to W.F. West (No. 2 in 2A) 57-42 

3. Bishop Blanchet (Seattle) (12-2)

Beat Bainbridge 78-43, beat Chief Sealth 63-21, beat Ingraham 70-31 

4. Kamiakin (Kennewick) (8-6)

Lost to Walla Walla 57-46, lost to Chiawana (4A No. 6) 63-34 

5. Holy Names (Seattle) (13-1)

Beat Rainier Beach 87-22, beat Chief Sealth 72-29, beat West Seattle 63-48  

6. Wilson (Tacoma) (11-2)

Beat Stadium 67-17, beat Shelton 66-21  

7. Liberty (Issaquah) (11-3)

Beat No. 8 Juanita (then No. 2) 61-54, beat Sammamish 54-28 

8. Juanita (Kirkland) (14-1)

Beat Bellevue 57-51, lost to No. 7 Liberty 61-54, beat Mercer Island 56-40 

9. Sunnyside (10-2)

Beat Wenatchee 67-43, beat Eisenhower 59-26

 

10. Mountlake Terrace (11-3)

Beat Marysville-Getchell 62-40, beat Stanwood 58-48

 

Dropped out – None

 

 

Class 2A

 

1. Mark Morris (Longview) (12-1)

Beat Ridgefield 87-37, beat Washougal 80-36 

2. W.F. West (Chehalis) (12-2)

Beat Capital 68-19, beat Centralia 68-23, beat Prairie (3A No 2) 57-42

 

3. Black Hills (Olympia) (12-2)

Beat Shelton 72-21, beat Tumwater 52-39  

4. River Ridge (Lacey) (11-2)

Beat Tumwater 68-32  

5. Sumner (13-1)

Beat White River (then No. 10) 43-31, beat Orting 57-22 

6. Cedarcrest (Duvall) (11-2)

Lost to King’s 72-45, beat Lakewood 74-33  

7. West Valley (Yakima) (11-1)

Beat Othello 65-21, beat Selah 56-43 

8. Renton (10-4)

Beat Highline 54-13, beat Tyee 63-22, lost to Kennedy Catholic 63-47  

9. Ellensburg (9-2)

Beat Wapato 83-41, beat Toppenish 75-36 

10. East Valley (Spokane) (11-3)

Beat West Valley (Spokane) (then No. 9) 49-42, beat Pullman 69-41

 

Dropped out – West Valley (Spokane) (9-3), White River (Buckley (10-4)

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