Every Monday during the 2019 football season Scorebook Live will rank the top-25 high school football teams in the state of Washington, regardless of classification.
Here are the Week 3 rankings, Nos. 1 through 25, as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.
ALL-CLASS TOP 25
Consider Oregon a “show me highlights” state for Ohio State commit Gee Scott Jr
WR Kasen Kinchen is the big name, but balance of offensive workload spreading
Another late defensive stand nets 4A KingCo champions another nail-biter in win column
Any team can trail at halftime. Good programs find ways to reverse trend in second half
After Thursday delay, the Eagles trailed Bellarmine Prep. On Saturday, they woke up
QB Sam Huard and the offense keep piling up numbers; run defense gaining reputation
Clearly the class of the Mid-Columbia Conference – and Eastern Washington, as well
In first 20 minutes of second half, Viks (five TDs) turn close game into blowout over rival
After Week 2 game cancellation (violence threat), Lancers antsy for 3A PCL opener
Papermakers’ massive line size travels well – at least from Clark County to King County
Again, can anyone stop RB Kannon Katzer in space (nearly 800 all-purpose, 11 TDs)?
As fellow 2A contenders Hockinson, Steilacoom fell off, T-Birds keep ascent going
QB Matt Gabbert tosses four fourth-quarter TD passes to rally Bears past Garfield
Best winless team in state (losses to 4A Camas, Lake Stevens) ready to get on big roll
As Titans continue to find themselves with new cast – they also find ways to win games
Wolverines trailed for another quarter Friday – then rallied to blow out city rival Newport
Troublesome? Panthers defense gives up 450 passing yards in loss to Coeur d’Alene (ID)
When somebody named “Rock” (Daniel Harrison) swats away final pass, you are OK
Storm has talent on offense, but defense has posted shutouts in all but one quarter
It’s time for folks to not only recognize QB Victor Gabalis as playmaker, but leader, too
So the Hawks aren’t going to go undefeated in 2019, but they are still elite 2A program
After wild first two games, is there a more fun offense in state to watch than Bearcats?
After leading goal-line stand, RB Garrett Carney then has 99-yard TD run in rebound win
Where Braves go is where RB Tuna Altahir (22 rushes, 159 yards, two TDs) takes them
QB Javon Tate, RB Avery Morrow forming one of state’s electrifying offensive backfields