High School Sports

Aggregate statewide girls basketball rankings (Jan. 11)

Well, the Associated Press again failed to produce a statewide media rankings for girls basketball. At this point in the season, we have our doubts if there will be any AP rankings this season.

As an alternative, we offer these aggregate state rankings, which use rankings of three media outlets …. so sort of media rankings.

These rankings are made up of seven different state rankings: RPI, Tacoma News Tribune, Seattle Times, MaxPreps (which is different from RPI), Score Czar, Evans Rankings and The Columbian (which is the ballot I cast for the AP state poll) and put them together into an aggregate ranking, based off a 10-9-8-etc voting system.

Here’s what they looked like for boys rankings in Class 4A through 1A. Only six votes were cast in 2A and 1A as the Seattle Times does not rank thems in those classes.

CLASS 4A

1. Central Valley (5) 67
2. Eastlake (2) 61
3. Moses Lake 57
4. Kentridge 50
5. Lake Steven 39
6. Woodinville 38
7. Bellarmine Prep 29
8. Todd Beamer 13
9. Sunnyside 11
10. Newport 8
CLASS 3A

1. Kamiakin (5) 66
2. Prairie (1) 46
3. Lincoln 42
4. Seattle Prep 38
5. Redmond 37
6. West Seattle 35
7. Bethel 34
8. Garfield 24
9. Snohomish 21
10. Edmonds-Woodway 18
(Gig Harbor received other No. 1)

CLASS 2A

1t. East Valley-Spokane (3) 55
1t. Archbishop Murphy (1) 55
3. WF West (2) 49
4. Wapato 36
5t. Black Hills 27
5t. Prosser 27
7. White River 18
8. Lynden 17
9. Clarkston 14
10. East Valley-Yakima 12

CLASS 1A

1. Lynden Christian (5) 59
2. Cashmere 53
3. Zillah (1) 48
4. La Center 35
5. Medical Lake 34
6. Cle Elum-Roslyn 32
7. Elma 21
8. La Salle 14
9. Merididan 13
10t. Columbia-Burbank 10
10t. Seattle Christian 10

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