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January 12, 2015 at 9:38 AM

State girls basketball rankings — 4A, 3A, 2A

Here are the latest state girls basketball rankings for 4A, 3A and 2A.

It was an interesting week, to say the least.

Central Valley came in at No. 2 and lost to a Mead team that had dropped out of the reankings earlier in the week. And Moses Lake (then No. 3) went down against Sunnwyside (then No. 8) in a battle of unbeatens.

So, Inglemoor goes back up to No. 2, Sunnyside gets the No. 3 spot, CV tumbles to No. 6 with Moses Lake at No. 7.

Mead? The Panthers are still on the watch list, thanks to an earlier los to Lewis and Clark, which steps in at No. 10 (Curtis drops out after losing to Bethel).

There is mostly some shuffling in 3A, with Glacier Peak moving up to No. 2 after Blanchet’s two losses (one to Inglemoor, the other No. 5 Lakeside).

I am looking forward to the Wednesday showdown between No. 1 Lynnwood and Glacier Peak, for sure!

Arlington slides out after losing in OT to Edmonds-Woodway, which jumps in at No. 10.

It’s a bit of a mess in 2A, thanks mostly to the CWAC — you can check that out for yourself. W.F. West and White River swap places (2-3), based on the Bearcats’ win over the Hornets Saturday.

So, here you go:

Class 4A

1. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) (11-0)
Beat Shadle Park 76-30, beat Ferris 86-49
2. Inglemoor (Kenmore) (11-1)
Beat Bishop Blanchet (3A No. 6) 52-50, beat Bellevue (3A No. 3) 63-46, beat Woodinville 58-41
3. Sunnyside (11-0)
Beat Davis 71-54, beat No. 7 Moses Lake 57-54
4. Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma (11-1)
Beat Yelm 65-31, beat Olympia 56-45
5. Beamer (Federal Way) (10-1)
Beat Mount Rainier 81-15, beat Tahoma 61-50, beat Kent-Meridian 86-19
6. Central Valley (Spokane Valley) (9-2)
Beat Mount Spokane 64-17, lost to Mead 56-60
7. Moses Lake (11-1)
Beat Post Falls (Idaho) 57-53, lost to No. 3 Sunnyside 57-54
8. Walla Walla (9-2)
Beat No. 9 Chiawana 66-60, beat Hanfored 50-39
9. Chiawana (Pasco) (9-2)
Lost to No. 8 Walla Walla 66-60, beat Pasco 64-35, beat Southridge 74-34
10. Lewis and Clark (Spokane) (8-3)
Beat Mead 56-50, beat Mount Spokane 54-43
Dropped out – Curtis (10-4)

Class 3A

1. Lynnwood (10-0)
Beat No. 10 Edmonds-Woodway 80-47
2. Glacier Peak (Snohomish) (11-0)
Beat Mountlake Terrace 62-15
3. Bellevue (9-3)
Lost to Inglemoor (4A No. 2) 63-46, beat Liberty (2A No. 6) 69-44
4. West Seattle (10-2)
Beat Holy Names 61-46, beat Eastside Catholic 58-34
5. Lakeside (Seattle) (8-1)
Beat No. 6 Bishop Blanchet 48-41, beat Garfield 55-45
6. Bishop Blanchet (Seattle) (10-2)
Lost to Inglemoor (4A No. 2) 52-50, lost to No. 5 Lakeside 48-41, beat Ingraham 75-25.
7. Cleveland (7-4)
Beat Eastside Catholic 46-45, beat Bainbridge 55-30
8. Wilson (Tacoma) (7-3)
Beat Lincoln 73-52
9. Ferndale (11-1)
Beat Squalicum 54-38, beat Nooksack 63-51
10. Edmonds-Woodway (10-2)
Beat former No. 5 Arlington 81-79 (OT), lost to No. 1 Lynnwood 80-47
Dropped out – Arlington (9-2)

Class 2A

1. Mark Morris (Longview) (9-2)
Beat Ridgefield 69-28
2. W.F. West (Chehalis) (11-1)
Beat Kelso 59-44, beat Fort Vancouver 59-25, beat No. 3 White River 59-49
3. White River (Buckley) (10-1)
Beat Steilacoom 87-27, beat Franklin Pierce 73-46, lost to No. 2 W.F. West 59-49
4. Burlington-Edison (10-1)
Beat Bellingham 64-29, beat Anacortes 35-25
5. East Valley (Spokane) (9-2)
Beat Cheney 52-37, beat West Valley (Spokane) 52-50
6. Liberty (Renton) (10-3)
Beat Lindbergh 57-19, beat Lake Washington 63-52, lost to Bellevue (3A No. 3) 69-44
7. Black Hills (Olympia) (9-4)
Lost to Columbia River 65-48, lost to Prairie 64-44
8. East Valley (Yakima) (8-3)
Beat Wapato 41-37, beat Toppenish 55-35, lost to Ephrata 59-44
9. Selah (8-3)
Beat Quincy 59-13, beat No. 10 Ellensburg 59-51, beat Grandview 43-22
10. Ellensburg (7-3)
Beat Grandview 68-25, lost to No. 9 Selah 59-51
Dropped out – Washougal (8-2)

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