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 9 rankings (Oct. 28) as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.
Week 9 Class Rankings:
ALL-CLASS TOP 25
1. Lake Stevens, 8-0 (4A) beat Jackson 70-0
‘Kings of the North’ roll into regular-season finale after third 70-point output of season
Up next: Host Mariner, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
2. O’Dea, 8-0 (3A) beat Garfield 35-7
Irish wraps up 25th Metro title under Monte Kohler; earns bye week, No. 1 seed to districts
Up next: Bye week
3. Eastside Catholic, 7-1 (3A) beat Blanchet 42-7
On Senior Night, WR Gee Scott Jr throws TD pass to brother in final home game
Up next: Bye week
4. Graham-Kapowsin, 8-0 (4A) beat Rogers 49-0
WR Malaki Roberson tallies two early TDs (run, reception) as Eagles roll past Rogers
Up next: At Sumner, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
5. Kennedy Catholic, 8-0 (4A) beat No. 17 Kentwood 69-36
QB Sam Huard’s prolific career collects another milestone – 10,000 career passing yards
Up next: vs. Federal Way, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
6. Camas, 8-0 (4A) beat No. 14 Skyview 21-17
Does QB Jake Blair’s broken collarbone fracture Papermakers’ Class 4A title chances?
Up next: Host Union, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
7. Woodinville, 7-1 (4A) beat North Creek 41-7
Three-year run as KingCo champion over, but hard to imagine Falcons won’t be state-title factor
Up next: Host Skyline, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
8. Tumwater, 8-0 (2A) beat Black Hills 59-0
T-Birds officially clinch 2A EvCo title with Pioneer Bowl romp over rival Black Hills (59-0)
Up next: At Centralia, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
9. Chiawana, 7-1 (4A) beat No. 19 Kamiakin 10-7
It wasn’t pretty, but Riverhawks capture MCC title in defensive struggle with Kamiakin
Up next: At Pasco, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
10. Lincoln, 6-2 (3A) beat No. 20 Lakes 42-21
If you scouted Abes early — ‘Greatest Show on Turf.’ On Friday — ‘Black and Blue’ punishers
Up next: Host Bethel, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
11. Puyallup, 7-1 (4A) beat Curtis 40-6
Always a good night when you can win ‘Vikings’ bragging rights with 4A SPSL rival Curtis
Up next: Host Rogers, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
12. Hockinson, 7-1 (2A) beat Washougal 34-16
Hawks clinch share of sixth 2A GSHL title, but sullen over WR Peyton Brammer’s knee injury
Up next: Host Ridgefield, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
13. Eastlake, 7-1 (4A) beat Redmond 14-7
Wolves get extra rest before 4A KingCo championship after weather-shortened win over Redmond
Up next: At Bothell, Oct. 31, 7 p.m.
14. Bothell, 6-2 (4A) beat Inglemoor 24-0
“Blue Train’ not only gunning for first 4A KingCo title since 2014, but likely high state seed
Up next: Host Eastlake, Oct. 31, 7 p.m. (Pop Keeney)
15. Bethel, 6-2 (3A) beat Bonney Lake 34-0
The Braves will now play Lincoln for the 3A Pierce County League championship at Lincoln Bowl.
Up next: At Lincoln, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
16. Mount Si, 6-2 (4A) beat Newport 29-14
How good has QB Clay Millen been? In first eight career starts, has 21 TD passes, zero interceptions
Up next: At Inglemoor, Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m. (Pop Keeney)
17. Mount Spokane, 6-2 (3A) beat North Central 42-0
RB Kannon Katzer writes on tailbone pad: “I Love My O-Line’ after seven-TD day against North Central
Up next: At Shadle Park, Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m.
18. Skyview, 6-2 (4A) lost to No. 6 Camas 21-17
Refs rule fumble, but RB Jalynnee McGee’s Twitter video indicates he scored late go-ahead TD
Up next: At Heritage, Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m.
19. Mead, 6-2 (4A) beat University 52-21
It’s simple – Panthers cannot win league title, but must beat Ferris to nab GSL’s final playoff berth
Up next: vs. Ferris, Nov. 1, 5 p.m. (Joe Albi Stadium)
20. Monroe, 6-2 (4A) beat Glacier Peak 32-10
Few had more multi-tasking Week 8 than WR Efton Chism (113 passing yards, 91 receiving yards, 29 rushing yards)
Up next: At Cascade, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
21. Kentwood, 6-2 (4A) lost to No. 6 Kennedy Catholic 69-36
Conks blown out by Kennedy Catholic, but still have offensive nucleus to go on deep playoff run
Up next: NPSL crossover game, TBD
22. Bellevue, 6-2 (3A) beat Juanita 28-0
Are Wolverines now peaking? Winners of four games in a row, they’ve rolled through 3A/2A KingCo
Up next: Host Mercer Island, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.
23. Marysville-Pilchuck, 8-0 (4A) beat Arlington 42-14
Tomahawks win first 3A Wesco North title since 2014, set up opening-week rematch with Snohomish
Up next: vs. Snohomish, Nov. 1, 8 p.m.
24. Ferris, 7-1 (4A) beat Lewis & Clark 20-14
Saxons survive scare from Lewis and Clark on LB Jovan Ruffin’s INT return for a score in final minutes
Up next: At Mead, Nov. 1, 5 p.m.
25. Royal, 8-0 (1A) beat River View 67-0
Knights’ recent streak of six shutout victories in past seven games not getting nearly enough attention
Up next: Host College Place, Nov. 1, 7 p.m.