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WCD 3A/2A/1A softball tournament postponed until Monday; SK in 4A resumes Sunday

The Class 3A/2A/1A West Central District softball tournaments at Sprinker Fields in Spanaway have been postponed until Monday due to rain.

The Class 4A West Central District tourney at Kent Service Club Ballfields was also postponed, but that tournament is slated to resume Sunday. South Kitsap, which survived after beating Olympia 15-5 in a loser-out game on Friday, will play Tahoma Sunday at 11 a.m. If SK wins, the Wolves will play a winner-to-state, loser-out game at 2 p.m. A coin flip would decide the fifth/sixth seeds.

Tournament officials at the 3A/2A/1A spoke with coaches at about 8:30 Saturday morning to inform them games would be played Sunday with an hour later start time. However, that was changed hours later when it appeared the weather will not cooperate Sunday. The forecast for Monday in Spanaway is for clouds with only a 20 percent chance of rain and a high of 63 degrees.

Games that will be played are elimination games only. Teams that have already secured state berths are now seeded into their respective state tournaments. In 2A, Port Angeles is the second seed.

All Kitsap teams are facing elimination. Central Kitsap plays Capital in 3A at 11 a.m. If the Cougars win they would play at 1 p.m. in another loser-out game and then 3 p.m. for the fifth-seed/loser out. Seeded teams are No. 1 Enumclaw, No. 2 Columbia River, No. 3 Auburn Mountainview and No. 4 Prairie.

In 2A, Olympic plays at 11 a.m. against Orting while North Kitsap and Kingston play at 1 p.m. Sequim also plays at 11 a.m. against Steilacoom. Winning teams advance to a winner-to-state, loser-out games at 3 p.m.  A coin flip will determine the fifth/sixth seeds. Seeded teams are No. 1 Fife, No. 2 PA, No. 3 White River, No. 4 Forest Ridge/Bear Creek.

In 1A, Klahowya plays Chimacum at 1 p.m. in a winner-to-state, loser-out game for the No. 3 seed. Seattle Christian is the No. 1 seed, followed by Bellevue Christian at No. 2.

The WCD has updated brackets for 3A, 2A and 1A here.

Developing the district soccer picture

Class 3A West Central/Southwest District

Bracket: here

Who: Central Kitsap (10-4-2) vs. TBD

When: Thursday, 5:30 p.m. at Stadium HS

Berths to state available: Six

Outlook: A three-game winless skid toward the end of the regular season cost Central Kitsap the Narrows League 3A title. Capital took first and secured a state berth, while Central Kitsap must win two loser-out games to reach state for the fifth time in six seasons. The Cougars face the winner of Tuesday’s game between Shelton and Peninsula.

Class 2A West Central District

Bracket: Here

Who: Kingston (14-1-1) vs. Lindbergh (15-0-1)

When: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. at Highline Memorial Stadium

Berths to state available: Six

Outlook: Kingston won the Olympic League 2A title. The Buccaneers are assured of a berth to state for the fourth consecutive year. Seeding is the remaining question mark. Kingston could take first, second, third — which would all mean a home game in the first round of state — or sixth.

Who: Sequim (11-5-0) vs. Foster (5-7-3)

When: Thursday, 5:30 p.m. at Bonney Lake HS

Outlook: Sequim placed second in the Olympic League 2A. The Wolves would clinch a berth to state with a win over Foster and face the winner of Kingston-Lindbergh for seeding. A loss to Foster and Sequim’s season is done.

Who: North Kitsap (8-4-2) vs. TBD

When: Thursday, 7 p.m. at North Kitsap

Outlook: North Kitsap placed third in the Olympic League 2A and faces a loser-out game between winner of Tuesday’s game between Sammamish and Clover Park. The Vikings need two victories to secure their seventh state berth in the past eight seasons.

Who: Port Angeles (9-6-1) vs. Washington (7-8-0)

When: Tuesday, 5 p.m. at Silverdale Stadium

Outlook: Port Angeles took fourth in the Olympic League 2A and needs to win three loser-out games in order to reach state for the first time since 2012.

Class 1A West Central District

Bracket: Here

Who: Klahowya (14-1-1) vs. Vashon (9-2-4)

When: Tuesday, 7 p.m. at Silverdale Stadium

Berths available to state: Two

Outlook: Klahowya placed fourth state last year and repeated as Olympic League 1A champions. The Eagles can earn a berth to state by going 2-0 or 2-1 this week.

Who: Port Townsend (9-6-1) vs. Charles Wright (10-3-0)

When: Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. at Harry Lang Stadium, Lakewood

Outlook: The Redhawks knocked out Seattle Christian 2-0 on Saturday and now face the Nisqually League champs.

Boys state lacrosse standings

Metro Conference – Division I

Top Four to Post Season & Winner of Metro No. 5 / Wesco No. 3

 

School GP Conf. Overall GB
Bainbridge 14 7-1-0 12-2-0
Eastside Catholic 13 6-1-0 11-2-0 0.5
O’Dea 10 6-1-0 6-4-0 0.5
Seattle Prep 14 4-2-0 9-5-0 2
Lakeside 11 4-3-0 7-4-0 2.5
Nathan Hale 10 3-4-0 4-6-0 3.5
Blanchet 11 2-5-0 4-7-0 4.5
Ballard 7 2-5-0 2-5-0 4.5
Kennedy Catholic 8 1-6-0 2-6-0 5.5
Roosevelt 8 0-7-0 1-7-0 6.5

Narrows/Olympic Conference – Division II

Top Two to Post Season & Winner of NarrowsOlympic No. 3 / Central-South No. 3

 

School GP Conf. Overall GB
Klahowya 13 10-1-0 12-1-0
Vashon Island 11 8-2-0 8-3-0 1.5
North Kitsap 12 6-5-0 6-6-0 4
South Kitsap 9 4-5-0 4-5-0 5
Port Angeles 10 1-9-0 1-9-0 8.5
Olympia 12 0-11-0 0-12-0 10

 

NK’s Rabedeaux named Oly 2A MVP

North Kitsap senior guard Cole Rabedeaux was named the Class 2A All-Olympic League MVP on Tuesday.

Rabedeaux, a 6-foot-1 senior, averaged 22.4 points per game and helped the Vikings earn a spot at regionals. North Kitsap coach Scott Orness was named the coach of the year. The Sequim Wolves won the sportsmanship award.

In 1A, Port Townsend’s Detrius Kelsall, a 6-0 sophomore guard/forward, was tabbed as the MVP while the sportsmanship award went to Klahowya. Chimacum coach Jim Eldridge was named the coach of the year.

All-Olympic League 2A

MVP—Cole Rabedeaux, North Kitsap

Coach of the year—Scott Orness, North Kitsap

Sportsmanship award—Sequim Wolves

First team—Jumier Johnson, sr., F, Olympic; Lambros Rogers, sr., F, Port Angeles; Atyus Powell, sr., G, Bremerton; Liam Young, jr. G, Kingston; Jaiden Mosley, so., G, Olympic.

Second team—Joshua Benson, sr., G, North Kitsap; Tyler Yost, jr., F, Olympic; Japrea Pedesclaux, jr., G, Bremerton; Zac Olmstead, so., G, North Kitsap; Gabe Gregory, jr., G, Kingston.

All-Olympic League 1A

MVP—Detrius Kelsall, Port Townsend

Coach of the year—Jim Eldridge, Chimacum

Sportsmanship award—Klahowya Eagles

First team—James Porter, sr., F, Chimacum; Payton Ryen, sr., G, Klahowya; Kaiden Parcher, so., F, Port Townsend; Jacob Ralls, sr., G, Port Townsend; Christopher Bainbridge, sr., G, Chimacum; Wiley Hesselgrave, sr., G, Coupeville; Matthew Koenig, sr., G, Chimacum.

Monzon, Wheeler named co-MVP for All-Oly 2A girls team

Olympic guard Danielle Monzon and Port Angeles center/forward Nizhoni Wheeler were named co-MVPs for the 2A All-Olympic League girls basketball teams.

Monzon, a 5-foot-2 junior, helped lead the Trojans to the West Central District tournament and Wheeler, a 6-1 junior, guided the Roughriders to a regional berth.

North Kitsap coach Penny Ginger was named the 2A coach of the year and North Mason won the sportsmanship award.

In 1A, Makana Stone of Coupeville was tabbed as the MVP while Scott Wilson of Port Townsend was named the coach of the year. Coupeville also won the sportsmanship award.

All-Olympic League 2A

MVP—Danielle Monzon, Olympic; Nizhoni Wheeler, Port Angeles

Sportsmanship—North Mason

Coach of the year—Penny Gienger, North Kitsap

First team—Katie Campana, jr., G, Olympic; Lily Eckert, sr., C/PF, Kingston; Aileen Kaye, sr., G, Kingston; Molly Lemmon, sr., F, North Kitsap; Olivia Selembo, so., G, North Kitsap.

Second team—Raelee Moore, fr., G, North Kitsap; Adrienne Haggerty, jr., P, Sequim; Maddie Boe, jr., G, Port Angeles; Elysabeth Lamoureux, jr., SF, Bremerton; Michaela Derda, jr., W, Bremerton.

All-Olympic League 1A

MVP—Makana Stone, sr., Coupeville

Sportsmanship—Coupeville

Coach of the year—Scott Wilson, Port Townsend

First team—Kaitlyn Meek, so., G, Port Townsend; Mechelle Nisbit, jr., G, Chimacum; Maya Ladner, jr., G, Klahowya; Mia Littlejohn, so., SG/PG, Coupeville; Kailey Kellner, jr., SG/SF, Coupeville.

State swimming: updates from day 2

Hunter Parini, front, celebrates along with teammates Tim Gallagher, Ethan Fox and Bryce Hoffer, the Bucs' 200-yard medley relay state championship in the Class 2A meet at KCAC in Federal Way on Saturday. (Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)
Hunter Parini, front, celebrates along with teammates Tim Gallagher, Ethan Fox and Bryce Hoffer, the Bucs’ 200-yard medley relay state championship in the Class 2A meet at KCAC in Federal Way on Saturday.
(Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)

Kingston proved they could walk the walk after all.

The Buccaneers earned their first state championship in school history on Saturday when the 200-yard medley relay won the Class 2A event in 1 minute, 43.08 seconds.

The boys program split off from North Kitsap in 2008-09 and has been progressing each year. The Bucs won the Olympic League and district meet titles this year, also firsts for the program.

The school opened in 2007 and co-oped its swimming program with North Kitsap that first year.

 

It’s been quite a meet so far for the peninsula . Kitsap has been on the medal podium in every event.

Olympic freshman Ross Burchell receives his second-place medal from Les Schwab representative Lonnie Nunley Saturday for the 200-yard freestyle. (Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)
Olympic freshman Ross Burchell receives his second-place medal from Les Schwab representative Lonnie Nunley Saturday for the 200-yard freestyle.
(Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)

Kitsap wound up with three second-place finishers in Olympic’s Ross Burchell, Bremerton’s Nathan Rubie and Kingston’s Tim Gallagher.

Burchell finished second in the 200 freestyle in 1:45.86, a personal best and the 500 freestyle in 4:42.39.

Bremerton’s Rubie finished second in the 100 butterfly. Rubie touched the wall in 52.93, closing in on Elliott Hofferth of Anacortes in the final 10 yards to make it entertaining.

Gallagher, a freshman, was second in the 100 backstroke in 53.54.  In total, West Sound walked away with 22 medals in 12 events.

Kingston finished in fourth place in the team standings, giving the Bucs their first state trophy. North Kitsap placed seventh while Olympic was 12th. Klahowya was 24th and Bremerton 28th.

Kingston and North Kitsap celebrated their fourth place and seventh place finishes, respectively, at the Class 2A boys state swimming championships Saturday at KCAC. (Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)
Kingston and North Kitsap celebrated their fourth place and seventh place finishes, respectively, at the Class 2A boys state swimming championships Saturday at KCAC.
(Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)

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Bainbridge swimmers celebrate their second-place team finish at the Class 3A boys state swimming and diving championships Saturday at KCAC. (Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)
Bainbridge swimmers celebrate their second-place team finish at the Class 3A boys state swimming and diving championships Saturday at KCAC.
(Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)

The 3A session saw the Bainbridge Spartans earn a second place finish overall with 288 points to Bellevue’s 349.5. It’s the Spartans best finish since 1980, when they also finished second.

The Spartans’ 200 medley and 200 free relays placed second while the 400 free relay was third.

Individually, Garrett Waite had two top four finishes to lead the Spartans. Waite was third in the 200 IM and fourth in the 100 backstroke.

Other top finishers for Bainbridge were junior Parker Bushey who finished fifth in the 200 freestyle, freshmen Kevin Houseman, fifth in 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Makai Ingalls placed sixth in the 100 butterfly and eighth in the 50 free, and Carter Hall was eighth in the breast.

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The 4A meet is underway and South Kitsap’s Dylan Macabitas, who opened the session by singing the national anthem, placed fourth in the 100 backstroke in 52.67, just off his personal best from prelims (52.28). Macabitas also finished 12th in the 200 freestyle.

South Kitsap's Dylan Macabitas waves to the crowd after receiving his fourth-place medal in the 100-yard backstroke Saturday at the Class 4A state boys swimming and diving championships. (Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)
South Kitsap’s Dylan Macabitas waves to the crowd after receiving his fourth-place medal in the 100-yard backstroke Saturday at the Class 4A state boys swimming and diving championships.
(Annette Griffus | Kitsap Sun)

South diver Jason Gleason finished seventh in his first meet. He’s a junior and is determined to improve on that ranking next season.

State boys swimming & diving: Day 1

The Kingston Buccaneers are off to a hot start at the state Class 2A boys swimming and diving championships Friday morning at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.

The Buccaneers won their heat in the 200-yard medley relay in 1:43.22 and are the top seed heading into Saturday’s finals.

North Kitsap is seeded seventh in the same event and will get a medal tomorrow.

Solid first day for 2A. Kingston qualified all 13 of their swimmers into the finals, a first for coach Mark Van Huis he said. Kingston’s Ethan Fox is seeded fourth in the 200 IM after winning his heat in 2:01.10 while teammate Tim Gallagher is seeded fifth. Gallagher is also eyeing a state title in the 100 backstroke as he is the second seed. Fox is seeded third in the 100 breast. Kingston’s 400 free relay is the third seed.

Klahowya’s Mason Heaman is into the finals in the 200 freestyle as the fifth seed.

Olympic’s Ross Burchell is seeded fourth in the 200 free, but is the second seed in the 500 free. The Trojans’ 400 free relay is seeded sixth.

North Kitsap’s Thor Breitbarth, coming off an illness at last week’s district meet, is seeded fifth in the 50 free and seventh in the 100 free. North’s Nathan Ramey is seeded fifth in the 100 breast and seventh in the 500 free.

Bremerton sophomore Nathan Rubie is seeded fourth in the 100 butterfly and he had to race in a swim-off for the 200 IM. He had tied with Chris Kim of Fife and wound up beating Kim in the two-man race to qualify for the consolation finals.

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The 3A state meet began this afternoon and after a couple of disqualifications early (not involving Bainbridge) the Spartans three relays qualified as the second seeds — right behind Bellevue

Freshmen Garrett Waite is seeded third in the 200 IM and 100 back. Senior Sam Alpaugh is seeded sixth in the backstroke.

Freshman Kevin Houseman is the fourth seed in the 100 breast while Carter Hall is seeded seventh.

Divers Dylan Garthwaite and Gabe Emert each made the finals as did senior distance freestyler James Bullock.

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We only had two individual qualifiers from South Kitsap as well as the Wolves’ 200 medley relay. The relay, which consisted of Dylan Macabitas, Giacomo Bressanello, Simon Martin, Matthew Martin, finished in 1:45.35. They did not qualify for the finals.

Macabitas qualified fifth in the 100 backstroke and 14th in the 200 free. Diver Jason Gleason is seeded sixth heading into the finals with a score of 253.70 after a strong performance in the prelims and semifinals. Top seed Jeffrey Goong of Bothell scored 264.80.

2A WCD psych sheets revealed

Olympic’s Ross Burchell is seeded No. 1 in the 200-yard freestyle for the upcoming Class 2A West Central District boy swim and dive meet.

The meet is at Hazen pool in Renton. Friday’s prelims begin at 10 a.m. and Saturday’s finals are at noon.

Burchell, a freshman, has a seeding time of one minute, 50.79 seconds — right ahead of Klahowya freshman Mason Heaman in 1:51.34. Burchell is also seeded second in the 500 free.

Bremerton’s Nathan Rubie is the top seed in the 100 butterfly in 54.70 while North Kitsap senior Thor Breitbarth is also seeded first in the 100 freestyle in 50.28 — ahead of sophomore Quincy Walker of Kingston and Heaman (third). Breitbarth is seeded second in the 50 free.

Kingston freshmen Ethan Fox and Tim Gallagher are seeded second and third in the 200 individual medley. Gallagher is also seeded second in the 100 backstroke and Fox is seeded second in the 100 breaststroke. Nathan Ramey, a freshman from North Kitsap, is the third seed in the 500 free.

Also, Kingston’s and North Kitsap’s 200 medley relays are seeded second and third, respectively. Kingston is the top seed in the 200 free relay as well and is the second seed in the 400 free relay.

For a look at all of our locals check out the psych sheets, which can be found here.

North Kitsap ninth in final Associated Press state poll

Here’s the last Associated Press state poll of the season. NK boys are at No. 9 again. Port Angeles girls are at No. 10.

Boys
Class 4A

School Record Points Last Week
1. Federal Way (10) 21-0 100 1
2. Gonzaga Prep 19-1 81 4
(tie) Curtis 20-2 81 2
4. Union 18-2 68 5
5. Cascade (Everett) 19-1 66 3
6. Issaquah 18-3 47 6
7. Bellarmine Prep 17-3 34 7
8. Central Valley 16-4 22 10
9. Lewis and Clark 16-4 18 9
10. Kentwood 17-4 15 8
Others receiving votes: Richland 10. Olympia 4. Mead 3. Woodinville 1.

Class 3A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Garfield (8) 18-2 96 2
2. Bellevue (2) 20-1 87 3
3. Rainier Beach 16-4 84 1
4. Auburn Mountainview 19-1 72 4
5. Peninsula 18-2 57 5
6. Lincoln 17-3 47 6
7. Edmonds-Woodway 18-2 42 7
8. Wilson, Woodrow 16-4 24 9
(tie) Cleveland 18-4 24 8
10. Shadle Park 14-6 6 10
Others receiving votes: Prairie 5. West Seattle 3. Kamiakin 2. O’Dea 1.

Class 2A
School Record Points Last Week
1. River Ridge (5) 18-1 91 1
2. Lynden (4) 19-1 90 3
3. Clarkston (1) 19-1 89 2
4. Squalicum 17-3 63 4
5. Pullman 17-3 60 5
6. Selah 18-2 55 6
7. Mark Morris 17-3 39 7
8. Anacortes 14-6 24 8
9. North Kitsap 17-4 18 9
10. Wapato 16-4 13 NR
Others receiving votes: Clover Park 4. Tumwater 2. Aberdeen 1. Shorecrest 1.

Class 1A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Lynden Christian (6) 19-1 95 T1
2. Zillah (4) 20-1 94 T1
3. King’s 17-3 80 3
4. King’s Way Christian School 15-2 71 4
5. Freeman 17-3 47 9
6. University Prep 15-3 40 6
7. Vashon Island 16-4 32 5
8. Mount Baker 14-7 28 7
9. Hoquiam 16-4 20 NR
10. Overlake School 15-4 19 10
Others receiving votes: Seattle Academy 18. Medical Lake 4. Connell 2.

Class 2B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Brewster (10) 20-0 100 1
2. Morton-White Pass 19-1 87 2
3. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 20-2 78 3
4. Life Christian Academy 20-2 74 4
5. Ocosta 20-1 60 5
6. Liberty (Spangle) 19-3 44 6
7. Warden 17-3 43 9
8. LaConner 16-4 19 NR
9. Friday Harbor 15-5 14 8
10. Toledo 16-5 11 7
Others receiving votes: St. George’s 5. Napavine 4. Lake Roosevelt 4. Kittitas 3. Okanogan 3. Mossyrock 1.

Class 1B

School Record Points Last Week
1. Almira Coulee-Hartline (8) 21-0 80 1
2. Seattle Lutheran 19-1 72 2
3. Garfield-Palouse 15-2 60 3
4. Neah Bay 15-2 39 T4
5. Republic 18-3 37 6
5. Shorewood Christian 16-3 37 T4
7. Wellpinit 15-4 35 7
8. Orcas Christian 15-1 34 8
9. Selkirk 15-1 16 10
10. Lummi 14-6 8 NR
(tie)Liberty Christian 13-5 8 NR
Others receiving votes: Evergreen Lutheran 6. Sunnyside Christian 6. Yakama Tribal 2.

Girls
Class 4A

School Record Points Last Week
1. Central Valley (9) 20-0 90 1
2. Moses Lake 19-0 72 2
3. Bothell 19-1 70 3
4. Todd Beamer 18-2 64 4
5. Lewis and Clark 16-4 48 5
6. Chiawana 19-2 47 7
7. Skyview 16-4 36 6
8. Camas 17-3 27 8
9. Kentlake 17-4 25 9
10. Snohomish 17-3 10 NR
Others receiving votes: Kentridge 3. Bellarmine Prep 2. Woodinville 1.

Class 3A

School Record Points Last Week
1. Lynnwood (7) 20-0 88 1
2. Bellevue (2) 20-0 83 2
3. Arlington 20-0 67 3
4. West Seattle 20-0 66 4
5. Auburn Riverside 20-0 50 5
6. Blanchet 19-1 43 7
(tie) Lincoln 19-1 43 6
8. Mercer Island 17-3 24 8
9. Prairie 17-3 17 10
10. Wilson, Woodrow 16-4 14 9
Others receiving votes: None.

Class 2A
School Record Points Last Week
1. East Valley (Spokane) (6) 18-2 81 1
2. Burlington-Edison (3) 18-2 80 2
3. Lynden 18-2 72 4
4. Ellensburg 18-2 70 3
5. White River 17-3 50 5
6. Selah 17-3 45 7
7. Archbishop Murphy 14-3 36 6
8. Black Hills 17-3 25 8
9. Anacortes 13-7 11 10
10. Port Angeles 18-3 10 9
Others receiving votes: Clarkston 6. W. F. West 5. Washougal 3. Mark Morris 1.

Class 1A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Lynden Christian (7) 19-2 88 1
2. La Salle (2) 19-1 81 2
3. King’s 17-4 68 4
(tie) Montesano 18-2 68 3
5. Granger 17-3 47 8
6. Zillah 16-4 28 9
7. LaCenter 18-2 27 5
8. Bellevue Christian 18-2 26 7
9. Elma 16-3 22 10
10. Kalama 16-4 21 NR
Others receiving votes: Mount Baker 15. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 3. Seattle Academy 1.

Class 2B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Okanogan (9) 20-0 90 1
2. Ilwaco 19-2 77 2
3. Napavine 18-2 75 3
4. Mabton 18-2 58 5
5. Toutle Lake 18-2 49 4
6. LaConner 16-4 32 7
7. Friday Harbor 14-3 26 NR
8. St. George’s 18-5 21 T10
9. Davenport 16-5 20 6
10. Waterville 16-3 12 9
Others receiving votes: Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 11. Adna 10. Raymond 7. Wahkiakum 4. Colfax 3.

Class 1B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Colton (7) 19-1 78 1
2. Sunnyside Christian (1) 20-0 72 2
3. Tulalip Heritage 20-0 66 3
4. Republic 19-1 53 4
5. Almira Coulee-Hartline 19-2 44 5
6. Evergreen Lutheran 16-1 38 6
7. Touchet 14-4 30 7
8. Neah Bay 12-4 20 8
9. Moses Lake Christian Academy 11-1 16 NR
10. Selkirk 13-6 14 9
Others receiving votes: Pateros 5. Clallam Bay 2. Mt. Rainier Lutheran 2.

North Kitsap boys move up a spot in state poll

The North Kitsap boys debuted at No. 10 last week in the Associated Press state basketball poll. They moved up this week to No. 9. Port Angeles, the only West Sound girls team ranked, is also at No. 9.

Boys
Class 4A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Federal Way (11) 20-0 110 1
2. Curtis 19-1 96 2
3. Cascade (Everett) 18-0 86 3
4. Gonzaga Prep 18-1 79 4
5. Union 17-2 69 5
6. Issaquah 16-3 52 7
7. Bellarmine Prep 17-3 40 8
8. Kentwood 17-3 26 9
9. Lewis and Clark 15-4 18 6
10. Central Valley 15-4 13 10
Others receiving votes: Richland 7. Wenatchee 4. Olympia 3. Kent Meridian 2.

Class 3A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Rainier Beach (7) 15-3 106 2
2. Garfield (3) 17-2 98 1
3. Bellevue (1) 17-1 91 3
4. Auburn Mountainview 18-1 74 T4
5. Peninsula 17-2 57 T4
6. Lincoln 16-3 43 8
7. Edmonds-Woodway 16-2 42 9
8. Cleveland 16-3 38 T6
9. Wilson, Woodrow 15-4 31 T6
10. Shadle Park 14-5 21 10
Others receiving votes: Kamiakin 3. Prairie 1.

Class 2A
School Record Points Last Week
1. River Ridge (3) 17-1 100 2
2. Clarkston (4) 18-1 96 1
3. Lynden (4) 17-1 94 3
4. Squalicum 16-2 73 4
5. Pullman 15-3 68 5
6. Selah 17-2 58 6
7. Mark Morris 15-3 46 7
8. Anacortes 12-6 27 8
9. North Kitsap 15-4 17 10
10. Clover Park 13-4 8 NR
Others receiving votes: Wapato 7. Aberdeen 6. Liberty (Renton) 2. Archbishop Murphy 1. Olympic 1. Tumwater 1.

Class 1A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Lynden Christian (6) 18-1 114 2
(tie)Zillah (6) 17-1 114 1
3. King’s 15-3 91 3
4. King’s Way Christian School 14-2 86 4
5. Vashon Island 15-3 63 T5
6. University Prep 15-2 62 T5
7. Mount Baker 13-6 42 7
8. Seattle Academy 11-3 32 8
9. Freeman 15-3 25 10
10. Overlake School 13-4 14 9
Others receiving votes: Hoquiam 11. Seattle Christian 3. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 1. La Salle 1. Medical Lake 1.

Class 2B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Brewster (10) 18-0 100 1
2. Morton-White Pass 17-1 99 2
3. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 18-2 82 4
4. Life Christian Academy 19-2 75 5
5. Ocosta 17-1 64 6
6. Liberty (Spangle) 18-2 56 3
7. Toledo 14-4 39 8
8. Friday Harbor 15-4 34 7
9. Warden 16-3 16 10
10. Napavine 12-5 13 9
Others receiving votes: Okanogan 10. Lake Roosevelt 7. Mabton 6. LaConner 2. Colfax 2.

Class B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Almira Coulee-Hartline (10) 20-0 100 1
2. Seattle Lutheran 17-1 88 2
3. Garfield-Palouse 14-2 76 3
4. Neah Bay 14-2 53 T5
4. Shorewood Christian 14-3 53 4
6. Republic 16-3 48 T5
7. Wellpinit 14-4 32 8
8. Orcas Christian 13-1 30 NR
9. Sunnyside Christian 14-3 23 10
10. Selkirk 15-4 15 9
Others receiving votes: Evergreen Lutheran 14. Liberty Christian 14. Pateros 3. Grace Academy 1.

Girls
Class 4A

School Record Points Last Week
1. Central Valley (11) 19-0 110 1
2. Moses Lake 17-0 99 2
3. Bothell 18-1 84 3
4. Todd Beamer 17-2 76 5
5. Lewis and Clark 15-4 59 4
6. Skyview 15-4 46 6
7. Chiawana 17-2 45 8
8. Camas 14-3 30 7
9. Kentlake 16-4 18 NR
10. Inglemoor 14-4 14 NR
Others receiving votes: Snohomish 9. Woodinville 9. Curtis 3. Kentridge 2. Bellarmine Prep 1.

Class 3A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Lynnwood (9) 18-0 108 1
2. Bellevue (2) 18-0 101 2
3. Arlington 17-0 84 3
4. West Seattle 18-0 80 4
5. Auburn Riverside 19-0 62 6
6. Lincoln 18-1 52 7
7. Blanchet 17-1 50 5
8. Mercer Island 15-2 35 8
9. Wilson, Woodrow 14-4 15 9
10. Prairie 14-3 11 10
Others receiving votes: Glacier Peak 6. Hazen 1.

Class 2A

School Record Points Last Week
1. East Valley (Spokane) (10) 18-2 100 1
2. Burlington-Edison 16-2 86 2
3. Ellensburg 17-2 78 T3
4. Lynden 15-2 73 T3
5. White River 15-3 58 5
6. Archbishop Murphy 12-2 47 6
7. Selah 16-3 43 7
8. Black Hills 15-3 28 9
9. Port Angeles 16-3 14 10
10. Anacortes 11-6 11 NR
Others receiving votes: W. F. West 8. Washougal 1. Mark Morris 1. Olympic 1. Franklin Pierce 1.

Class 1A
School Record Points Last Week
1. Lynden Christian (8) 16-2 97 1
2. La Salle (1) 18-1 76 T2
3. Montesano 17-2 75 T2
4. King’s (1) 15-4 70 4
5. LaCenter 17-1 59 5
6. Mount Baker 15-4 55 6
7. Bellevue Christian 16-2 36 8
8. Granger 16-3 30 7
9. Zillah 15-3 27 9
10. Elma 15-3 12 10
Others receiving votes: Seattle Academy 5. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 4. University Prep 4.

Class 2B
School Record Points Last Week
1. Okanogan (9) 15-0 90 1
2. Ilwaco 16-2 77 2
3. Napavine 16-2 71 3
4. Toutle Lake 17-1 66 4
5. Mabton 17-2 54 5
6. Davenport 15-4 41 6
7. LaConner 15-3 38 7
8. Lind-Ritzville Sprague 14-5 22 9
9. Waterville 15-3 12 10
10. Warden 14-4 8 8
10. St. George’s 14-5 8 NR
Others receiving votes: Raymond 6. Adna 1. Colfax 1.