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Football: Week 7 state rankings for all classifications

Post by Todd Milles / The News Tribune on Oct. 14, 2012 at 12:24 pm with 4 Comments »
October 14, 2012 12:24 pm

Tacoma News Tribune’s 2012 Week 7 Football Rankings
(2012 records in parenthesis)

CLASS 4A
1, Skyline (7-0)
2, Federal Way (7-0)
3, Bellarmine Prep (6-1)
4, Camas (7-0)
5, Kentwood (7-0)
6, Gonzaga Prep (7-0)
7, Mead (6-1)
8, Ferris (6-1)
9, Auburn (6-1)
10. Graham-Kapowsin (6-1)

CLASS 3A
1, Bellevue (7-0)
2, Eastside Catholic (7-0)
3, Ferndale (7-0)
4, Mount Si (6-1)
5, Oak Harbor (6-1)
6, Timberline (6-1)
7, Meadowdale (6-1)
8, Glacier Peak (6-1)
9, North Thurston (6-1)
10, Kennedy Catholic (5-1)

CLASS 2A
1, Othello (7-0)
2, Lakewood (7-0)
3, Lynden (6-1)
4, Prosser (6-1)
5, Tumwater (6-1)
6, Capital (5-2)
7, Mark Morris (6-1)
8, West Valley of Spokane (6-1)
9, Sumner (6-1)
10, W.F. West (5-2)

CLASS 1A
1, King’s (7-0)
2, Royal (7-0)
3, Cashmere (7-0)
4, Cascade Christian (6-1)
5, Hoquiam (7-0)
6, La Center (7-0)
7, Cle Elum/Roslyn (6-1)
8, Charles Wright Academy (6-0)
9, Blaine (6-1)
10, Mount Baker (6-1)

CLASS 2B
1, Morton/White Pass (7-0)
2, Willapa Valley (7-0)
3, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague (6-0)
4, Waitsburg/Prescott (6-1)
5, DeSales (5-1)

CLASS 1B
1, Liberty Christian (7-0)
2, Neah Bay (7-0)
3, Cusick (7-0)
4, Mary M. Knight (6-0)
5, Almira/Coulee-Hartline (6-1)

Leave a comment Comments → 4
  1. Squiddly says:

    As a Bonney Lake Football parent I hate to even say it, but it must be pointed out that Peninsula’s absence from the 3A list seems hardly legitimate. The way they’ve been running the spread offense and their seemingly solid defense should solidify a spot on that list. I find it hard to believe that there are 10 or more teams better than what Peninsula has at this moment. Keep up the good work however; it is interesting to watch.
    Dave Coutts, Bonney Lake

  2. harborman says:

    Peninsula should be rated, and rated high.

    4-2 with both losses to 4A schools, Bellarmine the current #3 in 4A, and Union, who was the 4A number 9 until they were beat by Camas, the current 4A #4.

    PHS is 4-0 in league with an average score of 45-7. They have had games of 58, 55 and 41 points, with a running clock in the 4th qtr and a limited offense due to the score….in other words running the ball not to run up the score……….

    PHS should be ranked.

  3. Todd Milles says:

    Under heavy consideration. 3A, especially in the back end, is hardest to rate.

  4. mrtman33 says:

    Friday night in Whatcom County the BIG GAME of the year will take place at Lynden HS. Todd’s 3rd-raanked 3A team, the Ferndale Golden Eagles (7-0) will meet his 3rd-ranked 2A team, defending state 2A champion Lynden (6-1). The Golden Eagles are lead by Alex Conley, who comes in averaging three TDs per outing for a Ferndale squad that is averaging 50 PPG. Conley is averaging over 10 YPC and 136 YPG. Hank Hilts provides a perfect backfield complement by averaging 108 YPG. QB Cooper Clark has had to throw only 27 passes, completing 13 for 36 YPG. The Lions return three players from the 2011 AP All-State team. QB Josh Kraght is the top dual threat QB is 2A, averaging 79 rushing/157 passing yards per game, while playing less than 3 qtrs per contest. WR/S Zach Vis has recently returned from injury which caused him to miss the first 5 games and he has 8 catches for 2 TDs in two games. DL/LB Caleb Newman anchors a defense that has allowed just 46 points in the last 6 games (one TD v. 1st-team defense). Finally, RB Luke Christianson is 4th in 2A rushing, averaging 100 YPG. Should be a good one in what could be inclement weather!

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