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2008-09 All-Sports Tabulations

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on July 4, 2009 at 1:10 pm with No Comments »
July 4, 2009 1:10 pm

Here they are, The News Tribune’s 21st Annual All-Sports Championship tabulations.


The winners are:

Class 4A: Mead

Class 3A: Seattle Prep

Class 2A: Burlington-Edison

Class 1A: King’s

Class 2B: Colfax

Class 1B: Almira/Coulee-Hartline


To see the complete standings, click below.



Class 4A

1. Mead 215.7


Titles in boys cross country and track helped the Panthers regain the top spot

2. Kentwood 208

Conquerors claimed a championship in girls hoops; were runners-up in boys golf

3. Issaquah 166

No state titles for the Eagles, but Issy scored points in 10 sports

4. Skyline 162

Spartans ruled the fall season with championships in football and girls soccer

5-tie. Bellarmine Prep 160

Late-charging Lions excelled in the spring and claimed xxx straight girls track title

5-tie. Richland 160

Bombers won baseball and boys tennis titles, finished second in girls golf

7. Snohomish 157.3

Runner-up finishes in boys wrestling and girls basketball highlighted the year

8. Lewis & Clark 144

Tigers steamrolled through the volleyball tournament title without losing a game

9. Redmond 134

Fourth-place finishes in boys cross country and girls golf led the Mustangs

10. Jackson 128

Timberwolves won girls swimming title and were second in boys cross country

Others: Tahoma 127, Central Kitsap 115.5, Newport 115.3, Federal Way 115, Puyallup 111.3, Curtis 104, Kamiak 98, Skyview 97, South Kitsap 94.7, Ferris 91.8, Woodinville 90, Olympia 88, Lake Stevens 86.7, Garfield 86, Gig Harbor 86, Rogers 86, Auburn Riverside 84, Kamiakin 83.3, Beamer 81, Eastlake 80, Walla Walla 73, Pasco 72, Shorewood 69.3, Kentridge 68.3, Decatur 67.3, Kelso 63.3, Emerald Ridge 60, Mountlake Terrace 60, Stanwood 60, Central Valley 57.3, Marysville-Pilchuck 52, Wenatchee 46, Auburn 44, Inglemoor 42, Moses Lake 40, Gonzaga Prep 39.3, Kent Meridian 38.3, Bothell 38, Eastmont 38, Lake Washington 38, Eisenhower 34, Stadium 32, Kentlake 30, Jefferson 29.3, Arlington 28, Mountain View 28, Roosevelt 28, University 28, Edmonds-Woodway 26, Wilson 22, Foss 20, Southridge 20, Graham-Kapowsin 16, Cascade 14, Heritage 11.3, Battle Ground 10, Kennewick 10, Mariner 10, Monroe 10, Mount Tahoma 10, Davis 8, Lincoln 3.3, Shelton 2.


Class 3A

1. Seattle Prep 248


Won boys tennis title, finished second in girls soccer, boys and girls cross country

2. Mercer Island 244

Claimed championships in girls cross country and tennis, boys swimming

3. Union 213

Second-year school was runner-up in football and girls tennis, third in softball

4. Bellevue 197.4

Won sixth football crown in eight seasons and took third in boys hoops

5. Shadle Park 196.4

Highlanders won volleyball title, placed second in girls basketball

6. Bainbridge 192

Softball title, second-place finish in baseball propelled Spartans

7. Columbia River 184

Chieftains won gymnastics title, runners-up in boys hoops and girls track

8. Holy Names 161

All-girls school won titles in golf and softball, placed third in hoops

9. Enumclaw 154

Hornets wrapped up the wrestling state championship

10. Kennedy 150

Defending all-sports champs won the girls basketball title

Others: Mount Rainier 132.4, Mount Spokane 124, Shorecrest 124, Yakima West Valley 117, North Central 116, Mount Si 108, Capital 102.5, Hanford 100, O’Dea 100, Bishop Blanchet 89, Eastside Catholic 88, Auburn Mountainview 86, Camas 86, North Kitsap 84, Lakeside 82, Ferndale 81, Timberline 80, Lakes 76.5, Foster 71, Franklin 70, Franklin Pierce 70, Rainier Beach 70, Everett 68, Meadowdale 68, Prairie 68, Peninsula 62.4, Spokane East Valley 56, Bonney Lake 54, Yelm 52, Sammamish 48, Liberty 46, Sedro-Woolley 44, Sumner 44, Juanita 42, Renton 40, West Seattle 40, Hazen 34, Lindbergh 34, Olympic 34, Glacier Peak 36, Lynnwood 30, North Thurston 30, Highline 28, Sunnyside 28, Nathan Hale 24, Port Angeles 18, White River 18, Mount Vernon 16, Seattle Evergreen 14.4, Hudson’s Bay 12, Spokane Rogers 10, Bremerton 8, Cleveland 8


Class 2A

1. Burlington-Edison 369.4


Tigers scored in 16 sports, including a softball title for first all-sports crown

2. Sehome 266

Defending champ won titles in cross country, boys swimming and boys tennis

3. Lynden 257

Lions had double-overtime win in football final; claimed girls hoops title, too

4. Squalicum 220

Storm won championships in boys basketball and boys soccer

5. Pullman 188

Consistently good program was led by fourth-place finish in volleyball

6. Archbishop Murphy 182.5

Wildcats were runners-up in girls hoops, reached football semifinals

7. Selah 166

Vikings placed second in baseball and volleyball

8. Ellensburg 158

Bulldogs finished second in softball and boys tennis

9. Bellingham 156

Girls golf team won seventh state title in eight seasons

10. Blaine 148

Best track team in 2A – girls won the title, boys took second

Others: W.F. West 142, Tumwater 134, Sequim 132, Cedarcrest 132, Cheney 120, Fife 120, Othello 117.6, River Ridge 114.3, Hockinson 112, Clarkston 104, Black Hills 96.6, Interlake 96, Prosser 96, Mark Morris 77.3, Spokane West Valley 73, Aberdeen 68, Klahowya 66, Steilacoom 65.3, Kingston 62, Centralia 60.6, South Whidbey 60, Anacortes 58, Woodland 57.6, Deer Park 56, Riverside 56, Toppenish 52.6, North Mason 52, Elma 48, Colville 46, Yakima East Valley 46, Ephrata 43, R.A. Long 32, Lakewood 31.3, Quincy 29.3, Wapato 22, Washougal 20, Grandview 18, Ridgefield 18, Sultan 18, Medical Lake 16, Washington 14.6, Granite Falls 10, Eatonville 10, Hoquiam 10, Mount Baker 2


Class 1A

1. King’s 324

2. Cashmere 213.7

3. Bellevue Christian 188

4. Freeman 183

5. Lakeside (9 Mile Falls) 182

6. Connell 169.7

7. Chelan 165.7

8. Montesano 156.5

9. Charles Wright 143

10. Castle Rock 136

Others: Seattle Christian 132, Naches Valley 124, Leavenworth Cascade 120, Lynden Christian 118, Seattle Academy 104, Royal 100.5, Vashon 94, Overlake 92, Ilwaco 90, Orting 88, La Center 86, Cascade Christian 82.7, Zillah 80, Chimacum 76, Onalaska 74, Granger 68, Brewster 66, Chewelah 66, Toledo 58, Annie Wright 56, Nooksack Valley 56, Highland 52.7, Kiona Benton 52, River View 50, White Salmon Columbia 48, Port Townsend 45, Stevenson 45, Omak 44.7, Forks 42, University Prep 40, Tonasket 38.7, Goldendale 38.7, Cedar Park Christian 38, Bush 32, Warden 32, Burbank Columbia 30, Kalama 30, Friday Harbor 26, Okanogan 26, Wahluke 24, Rainier 23, Winlock 20, Forest Ridge 16, Newport 13, Lake Roosevelt 10, Northwest 10, Coupeville 8, Meridian 8, Rochester 8, Tenino 8, Manson 8.


Class 2B

1. Colfax 228.5

2. LaSalle 169

3. Lacey Northwest Christian 161.3

4. Napavine 155

5. Colbert Northwest Christian 146

6. Asotin 145.3

7. Riverside Christian 127.3

8. Reardan 112

9. St. George’s 108.7

10. Liberty Bell 108

Others: Tacoma Baptist 106, Adna 90, LaConner 90, White Pass 89, Garfield-Palouse 85, Pomeroy 84, Bear Creek 82, Evergreen Lutheran 82, Davenport 80, Orcas Island 80, Republic 76, Pe Ell 70, Seattle Lutheran 68, Wahkiakum 66, Shoreline Christian 64, Kittitas 62, DeSales 60, Life Christian 56, North Beach 56, Mount Vernon Christian 54, King’s West 52, Ritzville 52, Toutle Lake 50, Concrete 46, Mossyrock 45, Liberty Christian 44, Naselle 40.5, Tekoa-Oaksdale 40, White Swan 40, Willapa Valley 40, Rainier Christian 38, Oroville 36, Valley Christian 34, Ocosta 32, Spangle Liberty 28, Bridgeport 26, Waitsburg 21.5, Entiat 20, South Bend 20, Morton 20, Mary Walker 16, Dayton 10, Lyle/Wishram 10, Waterville 10, Quilcene 10, Selkirk 10, Vancouver Christian 10, Summit 10, Darrington 8, Raymond 8


Class 1B

1. Almira/Coulee-Hartline 126.5

2. Tri-Cities Prep 126

3-tie. Lake Quinault 115

3-tie. Wilbur-Creston 115

5. Moses Lake Christian 106

6-tie. Colton 100

6-tie. LaCrosse/Washtucna 100

8-tie. Mount Rainier Lutheran 96

8-tie. North Sound Christian 96

8-tie. Odessa 96

Others: St. John’s/Endicott 92, Wishkah Valley 90, Cusick 82.5, Glenwood/Trout Lake 80, Touchet 80, Lummi 80, Neah Bay 70, Klickitat 65, Bickleton 55, Sunnyside Christian 55, Curlew 50, St. Michael’s 50, Hunters Columbia 40, Crescent 40, Taholah 50, Pateros 38, Inchelium 35, Grace Academy 30, Lopez 30, Wilson Creek 30, Tulalip Heritage 30, Lind 28, Rosalia 25, Prescott 21.5, Mary Knight 20, North River 20, Northport 20, Wellpinit 20, Clallam Bay 10, Columbia Basin Secondary 10, Sprague-Harrington 10, Easton 10, Eastside Prep 10, Mansfield 10, Oakville 10, Thorp 10, Three Rivers Christian 10


Scoring system » 6 state tournaments: Volleyball, football, basketball (boys and girls), track (boys and girls), baseball, fastpitch: 1st/50 points, 2nd/40, 3rd/35, 4th/30, 5-8th/20, 9-16th/10.

» 5 state tournaments: Cross country (boys and girls), soccer (boys and girls), wrestling, tennis (boys and girls), golf (boys and girls): 1st/40, 2nd/32, 3rd/28, 4th/24, 5-8th/16, 9-16th/8.

» 2 state tournaments: Swimming (boys and girls), gymnastics: 1st/20, 2nd/16, 3rd/14, 4th/12, 5-8th/8, 9-16th/4.

» 2 state tournaments: Bowling and girls wrestling: 1st/14, 2nd/10, 3rd/8, 4th/6, 5- 8th/4, 9-16th/2.


PAST ALL- SPORTS CHAMPIONS


Class 4A: Bellarmine Prep ’07-08; Mead, ’06-07; Bellarmine Prep, ’05-06, ’04-05, ’03-04; Richland, ’02-03; Mead, ’01-02; Snohomish, ’00-01; Eisenhower, ’99-00; Ferris, ’98-99; Ferris/Sehome, ’97-98; Mead, ’96-97, ’95-96, ’94-95, ’93-94, ’92-93, ’91-92, ’90-91, ’89-90, ’88-89; Shadle Park, ’87-88.


Class 3A: Kennedy ’07-08; Auburn Riverside, ’06-07; Issaquah, ’05-06; Columbia River, ’04-05; West Valley (Yakima), ’03-04, ’02-03; Seattle Prep, ’01-02; Newport (Bellevue), ’00-01; Seattle Prep, ’99-00; West Valley (Yakima), ’98-99; Capital, ’97-98; Gig Harbor, ’96-97, ’95-96, ’94-95, ’93-94; Mount Rainier/Gig Harbor, ’92-93; Lakeside (Seattle), ’91-92; Enumclaw, ’90-91; Kennedy, ’89-90; Lakeside (Seattle), ’88-89; Olympia, ’87-88.


Class 2A: Sehome ’07-08, ’06-07; Pullman, ’05-06, ’04-05, ’03-04; Connell, ’02-03; Ephrata, ’01-02; Omak, ’00-01, ’99-00, ’98-99; Pullman, ’97-98.


Class 1A: Lakeside ’07-08; King’s, ’06-07; Bellevue Christian, ’05-06; Freeman, ’04-05; Archbishop Murphy, ’03-04; King’s, ’02-03, ’01-02, ’00-01, ’99-00; Life Christian, ’98-99, ’97-98; Cascade (Leavenworth), ’96-97, ’95-96; Omak, ’94-95; Cascade (Leavenworth), ’93-94; Ephrata, ’92-93; Lynden, ’91-92; Ephrata, ’90-91; Omak, ’89-90; Ephrata, ’88-89, ’87-88.


Class 2B: Northwest Christian (Colbert) ’07-08; LaSalle, ’06-07.


Class 1B: Odessa ’07-08; Curlew, ’06-07.


Class B: Toutle Lake, ’05-06; DeSales, ’04-05, ’03-04; St. George’s, ’02-03, ’01-02, ’00-01; St. John-Endicott, ’99-00; St. George’s, ’98-99, ’97-98; Ritzville, ’96-97; Davenport, ’95-96; St. George’s, ’94-95; Ritzville, ’93-94; St. George’s, ’92-93; DeSales, ’91-92; Reardan, ’90-91; Odessa, ’89-90; Reardan, ’88-89, ’87-88.

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