SBLive’s final Washington high school boys basketball rankings for spring 2021 season

Here are SBLive’s top-10 rankings for each WIAA classification after the conclusion of the spring (2020-21) Washington high school boys basketball season:

CLASS 4A TOP 10

Kamiakin coach Brian Meneely. (Photo by Andy Buhler)

1. Kamiakin (15-1)

2. Central Valley (10-2)

3. Union (16-1)

4. Mariner (10-0)

5. Olympia (14-2)

6. Federal Way (11-1)

7. West Valley (Yakima) (9-0)

8. Issaquah (7-1)

9. Sumner (10-3)

10. Chiawana (11-5)

CLASS 3A TOP 10

(Photo by Vince Miller)

1. Auburn (15-0)

2. Seattle Prep (11-2)

3. Mt. Spokane (12-0)

4. Wilson (11-0)

5. O’Dea (11-2)

6. Walla Walla (12-2)

7. Eastside Catholic (10-3)

8. Garfield (8-4)

9. Timberline (12-2)

10. Bellevue (7-1)

CLASS 2A TOP 10

North Kitsap’s Johny Olmstead and Jonas La Tour. (Photo by Todd Milles)

1. North Kitsap (14-2)

2. Selah (13-0)

3. Lakewood (9-1)

4. Franklin Pierce (11-1)

5. R.A. Long (10-1)

6. Port Angeles (12-3)

7. Pullman (10-2)

8. Lynden (11-3)

9. Mark Morris (15-3)

10. White River (13-3)

CLASS 1A TOP 10

(Photo by Scott Butner)

1. Life Christian Academy (11-0)

2. Seattle Academy (16-1)

3. King’s (13-2)

4. Zillah (14-1)

5. Cashmere (12-0)

6. Lynden Christian (12-1)

7. King’s Way Christian (11-0)

8. Freeman (13-1)

9. Toppenish (12-3)

10. Chelan (8-4)

CLASS 2B TOP 10

(Photo by Andy Buhler)

1. Columbia (Burbank) (13-0)

2. Liberty (Spangle) (13-2)

3. Okanogan (10-1)

4. Cle-Elum (14-3)

5. Colfax (11-3)

6. Toutle Lake (11-1)

7. St. George’s (9-4)

8. Kalama (12-2)

9. Adna (8-2)

10. Manson (9-3)

CLASS 1B TOP 10

Naselle’s Jimmy Strange.

1. Almira-Coulee-Hartline (10-1)

2. Naselle (15-1)

3. Yakama Tribal (8-1)

4. Willapa Valley (11-4)

5. Cusick (11-0)

6. Lummi (9-2)

7. Garfield-Palouse (7-1)

8. Crosspoint (10-2)

9. Tahola (11-4)

10. Neah Bay (8-3) 

(Lead photo by Tim Oishi, @takeshimedia)

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