Camas is still No. 1, Union moves up in state football polls
After receiving five of nine first-place votes last week in the State Coaches Poll, conducted by the Tacoma News-Tribune, the Camas football team is now an unanimous pick for the No. 1 team in the state.
The Papermakers also remain the top-ranked team in Class 4A according to the Seattle Times and News Tribune polls.
In the coaches poll, Camas is No. 1 and Union moved up to No. 4 in the 4A poll. Prairie received one point in the 3A poll. Mark Morris is No. 8 at 2A. And Woodland is No. 5 and La Center No. 9 at Class 1A.
For the full list of the coaches ranking, click here.
And apparently the state’s coaches think more highly of Southwest Washington football than media outlets.
In the TNT’s rankings by staffer Todd Milles, Camas is No. 1 and Union is No. 6 at 4A. No Southwest Washington team is in the 3A or 2A rankings, and Woodland is No. 5 at 1A. For full rankings, click here.
The Seattle Times is not yet impressed by Union. The Times has Camas at No. 1 at 4A. No other Southwest Washington teams cracked the top 10 at 4A, 3A or 2A. The Times don’t rank teams below Class 2A. For the full list, click here.