SB Live Top 25: Eastside Catholic No. 1, Arlington breaks into Week 4 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 4 rankings, Nos. 1 through 25, as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.

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Class rankings: 4A Top 10 – 3A Top 10 – 2A Top 10– 1A Top 10 – 2B Top 10 – 1B Top 10

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ALL-CLASS TOP 25

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

Three wins against three different states – when do Crusaders take on new country?

2. Lake Stevens, 3-0 (4A)

4A Wesco showdown with Monroe turns into laugher (73 points, 663 yards). Any doubts?

3. Woodinville, 3-0 (4A)

It’s still September, and WR Cage Schenck already has two return TDs (punt, INT)

4. O’Dea, 3-0 (3A)

Irish trailed now at half in back-to-back games, but Monte Kohler magic speech working

5. Graham-Kapowsin, 3-0 (4A)

Power runners, powerful pass rushers – and WR Malaki Roberson dominating for Eagles

6. Kennedy Catholic, 3-0 (4A)

Defense garners headlines again against Blanchet (scored twice, gave up two yards)

7. Chiawana, 3-0 (4A)

RB Gabe Schilz’s three rushing TDs in six minutes turns early deficit into MCC rout

8. Puyallup, 3-0 (4A)

Slow starts are a concern, but QB Luke Holcomb and company finding ways to win

9. Lakes, 2-0 (3A)

Two weeks of pent-up frustration (Week 2 game canceled) taken out on Mount Tahoma

10. Camas, 3-0 (4A)

Defense dominating, offense clicking (five first-quarter TDs against West Valley) early

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

RB Kannon Katzer showcase tour (355 rushing yards, four TDs) spills into Idaho

12. Tumwater, 3-0 (2A)

QB Cody Whalen gives Wing T-based Thunderbirds best passing threat since 1990s

13. Central Valley, 3-0 (4A)

Bears cement themselves as legit 4A GSL contenders with low-scoring win over Ferris

14. Lincoln, 1-2 (3A)

Abes flex muscle with shutout victory (54-0) in intense city-rivalry game against Wilson

15. Bellevue, 2-1 (3A)

Wolverines narrowly avoid another home loss with two-point conversion stop (Garfield)

16. Mead, 2-1 (4A)

Better defensive effort leads to most complete win of season against Lewis and Clark

17. Mount Si, 3-0 (4A)

Is there a program with three better in-state wins (Wenatchee, Kentwood, Skyview)?

18. Archbishop Murphy, 3-0 (2A)

Hangover from upending Hockinson? Not in the slightest (81-0 win over Cleveland)

19. Hockinson, 2-1 (2A)

Angry over first loss in three seasons? Hawks wallop overmatched R.A. Long (62-14)

20. Eastlake, 2-1 (4A)

Wolves shut out defending 4A champions Union for three quarters (31-8 home win)

21. Kamiakin, 2-0 (3A)

Braves had 400-yard passer (Henry Mercado) and 200-yard rusher (Tuna Altahir) against Hanford

22. Skyview, 2-1 (4A)

Close non-league road loss at Mount Si doesn’t dent Storm’s state reputation too much

23. Bothell, 1-2 (4A)

Last time Cougars had two non-league September losses was 2012; still went to state

24. Arlington, 3-0 (3A)

Don’t let DB Cade Younger see space, or he is gone (return TDs in past two games)

25. Garfield, 1-2 (3A)

Two late one-point losses (Central Valley, Bellevue) disheartening but encouraging

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