SBLive’s 25 Best Washington High School Football Rankings: 4A SPSL, 4A KingCo, and MCC All 2 in Top 10 – High School Sports News, Scores, Videos, Rankings

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High school football games continued in Washington this past weekend, marking the first full fall season in two years. Here is the updated SBLive Top 25 Washington statewide rankings after week 7:

POWER RANKING ALL CLASSIFICATIONS OF WASHINGTON FOOTBALL

1. GRAHAM-KAPOWSIN EAGLES 7-0 (4A)

Following: October 21 at Emerald Ridge (4A)

Latest result: 41-14 win over then-No. 5 Sumner (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 1

Rationale for classification: Is there something upper than n ° 1? The top five team has just broken up on the road to essentially clinch 4A SPSL.

2. THE VIKINGS OF LAKE STEVENS 5-0 (4A)

Following: October 22 against Kamiak (4A)

Latest result: 91-6 victory over Jackson (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 2

Rationale for classification: Guess if the Vikings score almost 100 points every week, this is one way to gain some ground on the first Graham-Kapowsin pig

3. GONZAGA PREP BULLPUPS 6-0 (4A)

Following: October 22 against Ferris (3A)

Latest result: 34-7 victory over Lewis and Clark (4A)

Latest ranking: n ° 3

Rationale for classification: If the Bullpups start their passing game with quarterback Ryan McKenna (170 yards, two touchdowns), how do you defend them?

4. BELLEVUE JACKETS 7-0 (3A)

Following: October 12 at Hazen (3A)

Latest result: 53-7 victory over Liberty of Issaquah (3A)

Latest ranking: Number 4

Rationale for classification: Why not a louder buzz on the Wing-T masters? Wolverines remain very discreet and beat 3A KingCo tusks.

5. THE TWO COUGARS 7-0 (4A)

Following: Oct. 21 to Bishop Blanchet (3A)

Latest result: 31-21 victory against Woodinville (4A)

Latest ranking: Number 6

Rationale for classification: Big hurdle cleared by holding main rival 4A KingCo (Woodinville) – and now they will play for another league championship.

6. TORNADOES YELM 7-0 (3A)

Following: October 29 at Central Kitsap (3A)

Latest result: Victory 47-6 against North Thurston (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 8

Rationale for classification: Tornadoes don’t avoid anyone, so the cancellation of the 3A SCC Showdown with Peninsula (COVID) is a huge disappointment.

7. THE BRAVES OF KAMIAKIN 7-0 (4A)

Following: October 22 against Hanford (3A)

Latest result: 48-7 victory over Pasco (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 9

Rationale for classification: Already considered the best program in the Mid-Columbia Conference, could the Braves be the best team in eastern Washington?

8. EASTERN WOLVES 7-0 (4A)

Following: October 22 in Issaquah (4A)

Latest result: 27-20 victory on Mount Si (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 11

Rationale for classification: More than one this summer has felt it to be the team to beat in the 4A KingCo. Now they will have a chance to prove that feeling.

9. KENNEWICK LIONS 5-1 (3A)

Following: October 14 against Hermiston of Oregon (3A)

Latest result: October 22 in Chiawana (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 13

Rationale for classification: In a way, you must feel like the playoffs are starting now for the Lions, who finish the MCC slate with Riverhawks and Richland.

ten. SUMMER SPARTANS 6-1 (4A)

Following: October 23 vs Bellarmine Prep

Latest result: 41-14 loss to Graham-Kapowsin, number 1

Latest ranking: No. 5.

Rationale for classification: Yes, the offensive centerpiece RB Peyton Wing (knee) starting early was a blow. Another good team with more room for growth.

11. TUMWATER THUNDERBIRDS 4-2 (2A)

Following: October 22 at Black Hills (2A)

Latest result: 28-26 defeat against Camas (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 10

Rationale for classification: The Thunderbirds played the worst first half of the season – and almost came back against a thriving Papermakers team

12. MARYSVILLE-PILCHUCK TOMAHAWKS 6-1 (3A)

Following: October 22 against Oak Harbor (3A)

Latest result: 28-14 loss against Arlington (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 12

Rationale for classification: What can you say – the Tomahawks had a night’s rest (and the Eagles were awesome). Based on a recent race, the team maintains its place.

13. EASTERN CATHOLIC CROSSES 5-1 (3A)

Following: October 22 against Ballard (3A)

Latest result: 28-27 victory over Rainier Beach (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 14

Rationale for classification: What do you know – the defending 3A champions reign supreme in the Metro League again. Winning close matches is a big payoff.

14. O’DEA FIGHTS THE IRISH 4-2 (3A)

Following: October 22 against Garfield (3A)

Latest result: 42-14 victory against Ballard (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 15

Rationale for classification: The safety of the ball and the pounding of the rock were two important points after the loss of the Eastside Catholic. O’Dea was good on both Fridays.

15. BOMBER RICHLAND 6-1 (4A)

Following: October 23 v Southridge (3A)

Latest result: 49-27 victory over Walla Walla (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 16

Rationale for classification: The bombers will spend the remainder of the regular season at another home, Lampson Stadium. Also in the driver’s seat for the MCC # 2 seed.

16. RIDE THE WILD CATS OF SPOKANE 5-1 (3A)

Following: October 21 vs. University (3A)

Latest result: 38-24 victory over Mead (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 17

Rationale for classification: The Wildcats got everything they wanted in the “Battle of the Bell” rivalry game, but QB Kellen Flanigan and WR Blake Speer had the final say.

17. GLACIER’S PIC GRIZZLIES 5-1 (4A)

Following: October 22 against Jackson (4A)

Latest result: 27-19 win over North Creek (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 18

Rationale for classification: Perhaps the Grizzlies could face 4A KingCo (2-0 against that league) and 4A Wesco in the same season. Back on track.

18. TACOMA LINCOLN 4-2 (3A)

Following: October 23 at the lakes (3A)

Latest result: Did not play (44-0 win over Bonney Lake on October 7)

Latest ranking: No. 19

Rationale for classification: What a rally for QB Gabarri Johnson and the Abes after a difficult schedule at the start of the season. A victory on Saturday clinches the 3A PCL title.

19. SPAIN LAKE SENTINELS 3-1 (3A)

Following: To be determined

Latest result: 41-6 victory over Bonney Laker (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 20

Rationale for classification: The Sentinels are moving closer to dominant form last spring – and are expected to be tough clients when the playoffs arrive in two weeks time.

20. ROYAL KNIGHTS 7-0 (1A)

Following: October 22 at College Place (1A)

Latest result: 42-0 victory against Zillah (1A)

Latest ranking: No. 21

Rationale for classification: It’s four shutout wins in the last five games, and the combination of quarterback Derek Bergeron and WR Luke Bergeron is one of the best in the state.

21. SKYVIEW STORM 6-1 (4A)

Following: October 22 in Camas (4A)

Latest result: 37-7 win against Union (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 24

Rationale for classification: Nothing more impressive happened in week 7 than the Union smackdown by Storm. But it’s not much easier on Friday.

22. ARLINGTON EAGLES 6-1 (3A)

Following: October 22 against Mariner (3A)

Latest result: 28-14 victory against Marysville-Pilchuck (3A)

Latest ranking: Unclassified

Rationale for classification: Led by QB Trent Nobach, the Eagles have one of the best wins in school history. In the process, they jostle the three 3A Wesco teams.

22. RAINIER BEACH VIKINGS 3-2 (3A)

Following: October 23 vs. Seattle Prep (3A)

Latest result: 28-27 loss against then-No. 14 Eastside Catholic (3A)

Latest ranking: No. 22

Rationale for classification: It could very well have brought down Eastside Catholic in Sammamish, but Viks was done in my sloppy special teams.

24. NORD KITSAP VIKINGS 7-0 (2A)

Following: October 21 in Bainbridge

Latest result: 56-21 victory over Bremerton (2A)

Latest ranking: No. 25

Rationale for classification: A special moment in the West Sound as one of the area’s best in QB Colton Bower ends up breaking many school records.

25. TITANS OF THE UNION 5-2 (4A)

Following: October 22 in Wenatchee (4A)

Latest result: Loss 37-7 against Skyview (4A)

Latest ranking: No. 7

Rationale for classification: Just a bad loss for the Storm all around. Union has two weeks before Camas calls to block out the rest of the Titans’ season entirely.





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