Here are Scorebook Live’s 4A Top 10 high school football rankings for the week of November 11. We released our class-by-class Washington football rankings every Monday throughout the 2019 high school football season. These are the final rankings of the 2019 season.

The rankings are compiled by SB Live Washington reporters Todd Milles and Andy Buhler.

CLASS 4A TOP 10

1. Lake Stevens (10-0)

Snubbed as top seed overall? Vikings likely will play like angriest No. 3 in state playoff history

Up next: State playoffs vs. Union, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. (@ Lake Stevens HS)

2. Graham-Kapowsin (10-0)

Under-hyped and proud of it – 4A SPSL champions have shown few weaknesses in 2019

Up next: State playoffs vs. Gonzaga Prep, Nov. 15, TBD

3. Kennedy Catholic (10-0)

Lancers like the music loud – and that will be the volume from here on out as surprising top 4A seed

Up next: State playoffs vs. Wenatchee, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. (@ Renton Memorial Stadium)

4. Camas (10-0)

Papermakers keep losing key pieces, yet don’t lose any ground. This Jon Eagle guy can coach

Up next: State playoffs vs. Eastmont, Nov. 15, TBD

5. Woodinville (9-1)

Coach Wayne Maxwell hoped his team would get a home game at Pop Keeney. It did – barely (No. 8 seed)

Up next: State playoffs vs. Skyview, Nov. 16, TBD (@ Pop Keeney Stadium)

6. Chiawana (9-1)

Riverhawks like intimidating opposing quarterbacks, but first-round challenge (Clay Millen) daunting

Up next: State playoffs vs. Mount Si, Nov. 16, 1 p.m. (@ Edgar Brown Stadium)

7. Puyallup (9-1)

Hopefully Vikings handle big-play QB Grady Robison better than they did Union’s Lincoln Victor (2018)

Up next: State playoffs vs. Eastlake, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. (@ Sparks Stadium)

8. Bothell (8-2)

Something tells me Cougars tired of being underappreciated, with or without top RB Christian Galvan

Up next: State playoffs vs. Kentwood, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. (@ Pop Keeney Stadium)

9. Mount Si (8-2)

Lots of talk about strong passing attack, but RB Cole Norah (130 yards vs. Monroe) rounding into form

Up next: State playoffs at Chiawana, Nov. 16, 1 p.m. (@ Edgar Brown Stadium, Pasco)

10. Eastlake (8-2) 

Wolves eliminated Sumner in districts, and now have to play opponent a few miles further south (Puyallup)

Up next: State playoffs at Puyallup, Nov. 15, 7 p.m. (@ Sparks Stadium, Puyallup)

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