Breaking down each preseason high school football Top 10 ranking by classification: SBLive Washington podcast

The high school football season kicks off across the state of Washington this week, with a slate of games on Thursday, before most the state kicks off on Friday and Saturday.

The SBLive Washington podcast released an episode breaking down the preseason Top 10 rankings across each of the state’s six classifications, from 4A down to the 8-man game in 1B.

Here are the rankings, each episode and how to subscribe:

4A RANKINGS

1. Graham-Kapowsin
2. Lake Stevens
3. Gonzaga Prep
4. Union
5. Kennedy Catholic
6. Sumner
7. Bothell
8. Puyallup
9. Glacier Peak
10. Central Valley

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3A RANKINGS

1. O’Dea
2. Seattle Prep
3. Spanaway Lake
4. Bellevue
5. Kennewick
6. Yelm
7. Lincoln (Tacoma)
8. Eastside Catholic
9. Mount Spokane
10. Marysville-Pilchuck

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2A RANKINGS

1. Tumwater
2. Lakewood
3. North Kitsap
4. Lynden
5. Steilacoom
6. Squalicum
7. Hockinson
8. Archbishop Murphy
9. Enumclaw
10. Prosser
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1A RANKINGS

1. Royal
2. Eatonville
3. Lynden Christian
4. Connell
5. Mount Baker
6. Zillah
7. Toppenish
8. La Center
9. Riverside
10. Montesano

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2B RANKINGS

1. Kalama
2. Napavine
3. Onalaska
4. Okanogan
5. Forks
6. Chewelah
7. Liberty (Spangle)
8. Adna
9. Lake Roosevelt
10. Toledo

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1B RANKINGS

1. Odessa
2. Almira Coulee Hartline
3. Quilcene
4. Liberty Christian
5. Lummi
6. Naselle
7. Pomeroy
8. Neah Bay
9. Wilbur-Creston
10. DeSales

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About the SBLive Washington podcast

The SBLive Washington podcast is a weekly conversation about high school sports across the state of Washington. Thanks to sponsor Washington Federal. Download the SBLive Sports app on iPhone and Android today at no charge.

Hosts: Todd Milles, Andy Buhler
Producer: Andy Buhler

How to subscribe

Apple Podcasts
TuneIn
Spotify
Google Play
Stitcher

(Full archive of the SBLive Washington podcast)

(Lead photo by Vince Miller)

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