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February 24, 2014 at 4:26 PM

State girls basketball rankings — Final

It’s been a busy day, and I still have more work to do, so I’ll keep this post short with the final girls basketball rankings for Class 4A, 3A and 2A.

Like last year, I decided not to include any team that did not qualify for regionals (top-16), although that might not seem fair to teams like Central Valley and Mead in 4A and River Ridge in 2A. They were in very tough district or sub-regional tournaments with a limited number of berths.

But that’s the route I’m going. So, you’ll find two new teams in the 4A top-10 this week, and one addition in 2A.

I’ll have plenty more later this week, including a look at the regional pairings. Note there is a new No. 1 in 2A for the first time this season as W.F. West takes the top spot after knocking off Mark Morris in the District 4 championship game.

For now, here you go:

Class 4A

1. Lynnwood (22-1)

Beat No. 8 Arlington 46-34

2. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) (21-1)

Beat Central Valley (former No. 9) 86-47, beat No. 7 Chiawana 53-41

3. Inglemoor (Kenmore) 20-3

Beat Newport 47-46

4. Mount Rainier (Des Moines) (22-3)

Beat No. 5 Skyview 65-61, beat No. 6 Beamer 61-41

5. Skyview (Vancouver) (23-2)

Lost to No. 4 Mount Rainier 65-61, beat No. 10 Bellarmine Prep 50-32

6. Beamer (Federal Way) (23-2)

 Beat No. 10 Bellarmine Prep 60-53 (OT), lost to No. 4 Mount Rainier 61-41

7. Chiawana (Pasco) (19-4)

Lost to No. 2 Gonzaga Prep 53-41, beat Central Valley (former No. 9) 83-57

8. Arlington (19-4)

Lost to No. 1 Lynnwood 46-34

9. Moses Lake (18-4)

Beat Eisenhower 57-14, beat Davis 49-40

10. Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma) (19-5)

Lost to No. 6 Beamer 60-53 (OT), lost to No. 5 Skyview 50-32

Dropped out – Central Valley (17-7), Mead (15-7)

Class 3A

1. Cleveland (Seattle) (23-2)

Beat Liberty 70-28, beat Mercer Island 57-31, beat No. 5 Bellevue 77-49

2. Prairie (Brush Prairie) (20-3)

Beat Lakes 56-39, beat Lincoln 60-49, bet No. 9 Wilson 63-42

3. Glacier Peak (Snohomish) (22-2)

Beat No. 8 Mountlake Terrace 53-52

4. Sunnyside (20-3)

Beat North Central 70-43, beat Shadle Park 84-73, beat No. 7 Kamiakin 65-58

5. Bellevue (20-6)

Beat Lakeside 62,53, beat No. 6 Bishop Blanchet 61-56, lost to No. 1 Cleveland 77-49

6. Bishop Blanchet (Seattle) (21-4)

Beat Holy Names (former No. 9) 52-37, lost to No. 5 Bellevue 61-56, beat Mercer Island 57-51

7. Kamiakin (Kennewick) (16-7)

Beat Mount Spokane 52-43, beat University 52-42, lost to No. 4 Sunnyside 65-58

8. Mountlake Terrace (18-5)

Lost to No. 3 Glacier Peak 53-52

9. Wilson (Tacoma)

Beat Bonney Lake 72-41, beat Kennedy Catholic 66-44, lost to No. 2 Prairie 63-42

10. Ferndale (19-5)

Beat Stabwiid 59-48, beat Marysville-Pilchuck 58-47

Dropped out – Holy Names (19-7), Auburn Mountainview (20-5)

Class 2A

1. W.F. West (Chehalis) (21-2)

Beat No. 4 Black Hills 71-34, beat No. 2 Mark Morris 53-47

2. Mark Morris (Longview) (20-2)

Beat River Ridge (former No. 3) 61-36, lost to No. 1 W.F. West 53-47

3. Ellensburg (20-2)

Beat Grandview 56-30, beat No. 8 West Valley (Yakima) 59-33

4. Black Hills (Tumwater) (19-5)

Lost to No. 1 W.F. West 71-34, beat Centralia 69-49, beat River Ridge (former No. 3) 72-56

5. White River (Buckley) (21-5)

Beat Fife 70-43, beat No. 10 Renton 48-39, beat No. 6 Sumner 48-45

6. Sumner (23-3)

Beat Olympic 52-46, beat Port Angeles 46-29, lost to No. 5 White River 48-34

7. East Valley (Spokane) (19-3)

Beat West Valley (Spokane) 55-37, beat Clarkston 75-66

8. West Valley (Yakima) (19-4)

Beat East Valley (Yakima) 39-34, lost to No. 3 Ellensburg 59-33, beat Grandview 64-43

9. Lynden (17-6)

Beat Arch Bishop Murphy 57-40, beat Burlington-Edison 49-44

10. Renton (19-7)

Beat Kingston 46-39, lost to No. 5 White River 48-39, beat Port Angeles 45-36

Dropped out – River Ridge (18-5)

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