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State volleyball rankings: After Capitol City win, Tumwater up to No. 3

Post by Todd Milles / The News Tribune on Oct. 22, 2012 at 7:23 pm with 1 Comment »
October 23, 2012 9:49 am

From the Washington state volleyball coaches association:

CLASS 4A
1, Mead; 2, Jackson; 3, Curtis; 4, Bellarmine Prep; 5, Camas; 6, Olympia; 7, Newport of Bellevue; 8, Richland; 9, Auburn Riverside; 10, Puyallup.

CLASS 3A
1, Mercer Island; 2, Prairie; 3, Mount Si; 4, Kamiakin; 5, Bainbridge Island; 6, Timberline; 7, Mount Spokane; 8, University; 9, Kennedy Catholic; 10, Kennewick.

CLASS 2A
1, Tumwater; 2, West Valley of Yakima; 3, Anacortes; 4, Colville; 5, Burlington-Edison; 6, Selah; 7, Capital; 8, Sehome; 9, Ridgefield; 10, Mark Morris.

CLASS 1A
1, Chelan; 2, Castle Rock; 3, Freeman; 4, Lakeside of Nine Mile Falls; 5, Cascade of Leavenworth; 6, King’s; 7, King’s Way Christian; 8, Brewster; 9, Kalama; 10, Woodland.

CLASS 2B
1, Bear Creek; 2, Colfax; 3, Rearden; 4, Pe Ell; 5, La Conner; 6, Davenport; 7, Northwest Christian-Colbert; 8, Asotin; 9, Darrington; 10, Riverside Christian.

CLASS 1B
1, Tekoa-Oakesdale; 2, Pateros; 3, Colton; 4, Wilbur-Creston; 5, Moses Lake Christian; 6, Odessa-Harrington; 7, Sunnyside Christian; 8, Mount Vernon Christian; 9, St. John Endicott; 10, Rainier Christian.

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  1. coovertc says:

    Gig harbor has beaten Olympia twice. How exactly they are ranked and the Tides are not?

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