SB Live Top 25: Despite close loss at Central Valley, Garfield joins Week 3 all-classification Washington high school football rankings

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.


Class rankings: 4A Top 103A Top 102A Top 10 1A Top 102B Top 101B Top 10



1. Eastside Catholic, 2-0 (3A)

Consider Oregon a “show me highlights” state for Ohio State commit Gee Scott Jr

2. Lake Stevens, 2-0 (4A)

WR Kasen Kinchen is the big name, but balance of offensive workload spreading

3. Woodinville, 2-0 (4A)

Another late defensive stand nets 4A KingCo champions another nail-biter in win column

4. O’Dea, 2-0 (3A)

Any team can trail at halftime. Good programs find ways to reverse trend in second half

5. Graham-Kapowsin, 2-0 (4A)

After Thursday delay, the Eagles trailed Bellarmine Prep. On Saturday, they woke up

6. Kennedy Catholic, 2-0 (4A)

QB Sam Huard and the offense keep piling up numbers; run defense gaining reputation

7. Chiawana, 2-0 (4A)

Clearly the class of the Mid-Columbia Conference – and Eastern Washington, as well

8. Puyallup, 2-0 (4A)

In first 20 minutes of second half, Viks (five TDs) turn close game into blowout over rival

9, Lakes, 1-0 (3A)

After Week 2 game cancellation (violence threat), Lancers antsy for 3A PCL opener

10. Camas, 2-0 (4A)

Papermakers’ massive line size travels well – at least from Clark County to King County

11. Mount Spokane, 2-0 (3A)

Again, can anyone stop RB Kannon Katzer in space (nearly 800 all-purpose, 11 TDs)?

12. Tumwater, 2-0 (2A)

As fellow 2A contenders Hockinson, Steilacoom fell off, T-Birds keep ascent going

13. Central Valley 2-0 (4A)

QB Matt Gabbert tosses four fourth-quarter TD passes to rally Bears past Garfield

14. Lincoln, 0-2 (3A)

Best winless team in state (losses to 4A Camas, Lake Stevens) ready to get on big roll

15. Union, 2-0 (4A)

As Titans continue to find themselves with new cast – they also find ways to win games

16. Bellevue, 1-1 (3A)

Wolverines trailed for another quarter Friday – then rallied to blow out city rival Newport

17. Mead, 1-0 (4A)

Troublesome? Panthers defense gives up 450 passing yards in loss to Coeur d’Alene (ID)

18. Mount Si, 2-0 (4A)

When somebody named “Rock” (Daniel Harrison) swats away final pass, you are OK

19. Skyview, 2-0 (4A)

Storm has talent on offense, but defense has posted shutouts in all but one quarter 

20. Archbishop Murphy, 2-0 (2A)

It’s time for folks to not only recognize QB Victor Gabalis as playmaker, but leader, too

21. Hockinson, 1-1 (2A)

So the Hawks aren’t going to go undefeated in 2019, but they are still elite 2A program

22. Monroe, 1-1 (4A)

After wild first two games, is there a more fun offense in state to watch than Bearcats?

23. Eastlake, 1-1 (4A)

After leading goal-line stand, RB Garrett Carney then has 99-yard TD run in rebound win

24. Kamiakin, 2-0 (3A)

Where Braves go is where RB Tuna Altahir (22 rushes, 159 yards, two TDs) takes them

25. Garfield, 1-1 (3A)

QB Javon Tate, RB Avery Morrow forming one of state’s electrifying offensive backfields

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