Vote now: Who had the top play in Week 7 of Washington high school football?

Andrew Butler brings Auburn Riverside glory, Drew Sanidad plays game-changer and more of the 10 top plays across the state from Week 7 (Oct. 14-16).

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SBLive Power Rankings: Top teams in every class of Washington high school football (Oct. 18)

After big wins over ranked opponents, Skyview (4A) and Arlington (3A) move into this week’s top-10 rankings.

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SBLive’s Top 25 Washington high school football rankings: Two new teams enter the top-10 picture – Kamiakin at No. 9 and Tumwater at No. 10

Two more schools crack the all-classification list first time in Rainier Beach and North Kitsap.

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SBLive Power Rankings: Top teams in every class of Washington high school football (Oct. 11)

Lots of shake-up in the 3A rankings as Yelm and Marysville-Pilchuck move up into top three after O’Dea and Kennewick lose Friday.

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How SBLive’s Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in Week 6: More top 10 movement as O’Dea, Kennewick lose to league rivals

Irish commit eight turnovers in 24-14 loss to Eastside Catholic, and Kennewick loses steam in second half in 34-20 defeat to Kamiakin.

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SBLive Power Rankings: Top teams in every class of Washington high school football (Oct. 4)

The Class 4A rankings now have four teams from eastern Washington – Gonzaga Prep (No. 3), Kamiakin (No. 7), Central Valley (No. 9) and Richland (No. 10).

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How SBLive’s Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in Week 5: No. 5 O’Dea, No. 8 Bothell firm up top-10 positions with wins over ranked opponents

Running backs go wild as O’Dea’s Jason Brown (274 rushing yards), Bothell’s Bryce Kooy (112 yards) lead respective teams to victory.

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SBLive’s Top 25 Washington high school football rankings: Top five teams still holding firm at the top, led by talent-rich Graham-Kapowsin

The rankings get their first 1A entrant this fall – state powerhouse Royal.

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SBLive Power Rankings: Top teams in every class of Washington high school football (Sept. 27)

Central Valley (No. 9) returns to the Class 4A rankings – and Mount Si makes its season debut at No. 10.

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