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TNT high school girls soccer rankings, Oct. 25

Black Hills senior forward Syndey Lowe during a game against Rochester at Tumwater District Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017.
Black Hills senior forward Syndey Lowe during a game against Rochester at Tumwater District Stadium on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017. toverman@theolympian.com

THE NEWS TRIBUNE’S HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER RANKINGS

Records entering Oct. 25.

Class 4A

1. Central Valley (12-0-0)

2. Kennedy Catholic (12-0-3)

3. Issaquah (14-1-0)

4. Puyallup (12-0-3)

5. Skyline (13-2-0)

6. Jackson (12-1-0)

7. Wenatchee (13-2-0)

8. Camas (11-2-2)

9. Lake Stevens (11-2-1)

10. Sumner (10-3-2)

Class 3A

1. Kamiakin (15-0-0)

2. Stadium (14-0-0)

3. Mercer Island (11-1-1)

4. Bonney Lake (12-2-0)

5. Gig Harbor (13-2-0)

6. Ingraham (14-2-0)

7. Snohomish (12-2-2)

8. Seattle Prep (10-2-2)

9. Mountain View (10-3-3)

10. Roosevelt (9-5-1)

Class 2A

1. White River (15-0-0)

2. Black Hills (13-2-0)

3. Liberty of Issaquah (12-2-1)

4. Bellingham (12-2-2)

5. Ellensburg (10-3-0)

6. Selah (12-2-1)

7. Fife (11-2-2)

8. Columbia River (12-2-1)

9. Cedarcrest (11-1-3)

10. Archbishop Murphy (10-3-3)

Class 1A

1. Cascade-Leavenworth (14-0-1)

2. Lakeside-Nine Mile Falls (15-1-0)

3. Klahowya (14-1-0)

4. Montesano (13-1-1)

5. Bellevue Christian (11-2-1)

6. Cascade Christian (12-2-1)

7. Overlake (13-1-1)

8. La Salle (13-1-0)

9. Freeman (11-3-0)

10. Warden (12-2-0)

Class 2B/1B

1. Brewster (14-0-0)

2. Adna (12-2-0)

3. Liberty Bell (12-3-0)

4. La Conner (10-3-0)

5. Life Christian (10-3-0)

6. Friday Harbor (11-3-1)

7. Kalama (11-4-0)

8. Ocosta (9-5-0)

9. Northwest Christian (8-5-0)

10. St. George’s (7-4-1)

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