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Best teams in the state? Final TNT state high school boys and girls basketball rankings

Lincoln forward Willie C Thomas iii (5) attempts a shot during Lincoln High School's thrilling 68-62 win against the Spanaway Lake Sentinels at Spanaway Lake Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2017. Winner takes over atop the 3A Pierce County League standings.
Lincoln forward Willie C Thomas iii (5) attempts a shot during Lincoln High School's thrilling 68-62 win against the Spanaway Lake Sentinels at Spanaway Lake Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2017. Winner takes over atop the 3A Pierce County League standings. dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

TNT STATE HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL RANKINGS — FINAL

*Records entering the regional round of the state tournament (WIAA RPI in parenthesis)

ICYMI: Wilson, Timberline stars hope to have big seasons to match big-college pedigrees (with preseason all-state teams)

CLASS 4A

ICYMI: They know defense in Enumclaw. Hornets stun previously unbeaten Federal Way, cut nets for district title

▪  Jaden McDaniels dunked a lot and Federal Way cruised past Union

1. Gonzaga Prep (23-0) (1)

2. Richland (22-1) (4)

3. Federal Way (24-1) (6)

4. Union (20-5) (3)

5. Davis (20-2) (5)

6. Bothell (20-2) (13)

7. Glacier Peak (20-3) (11)

8. Enumclaw (20-5) (7)

9. Skyview (23-3) (2)

10. Lewis and Clark (16-8) (10)

CLASS 3A

ICYMI: Lincoln stunned in district-title loss to Kelso. Silver lining — Abes hoping this is just what they needed

▪  UConn-bound Emmitt Matthews Jr. to miss rest of Wilson’s season with injury

1. Garfield (24-1) (1)

2. Lincoln (23-1) (3)

3. O’Dea (23-3) (2)

4. Rainier Beach (19-6) (7)

5. Timberline (19-5) (5)

6. Kelso (20-4) (4)

7. Seattle Prep (16-10) (13)

8. North Thurston (21-3) (12)

9. Eastside Catholic (21-5) (6)

10. Wilson (20-5) (8)

CLASS 2A

ICYMI: Foss is still the class of 2A basketball. And it might have the best backourt in the state, too

▪  Fife grinds pass Foss, finally. Malachi Afework helps Trojans stun defending state champs

1. Selah (21-1) (3)

2. Foss (19-4) (4)

3. Mountlake Terrace (22-2) (6)

4. Lynden (18-6) (2)

5. Liberty of Issaquah (19-4) (16)

6. North Kitsap (19-4) (10)

7. Fife (20-5) (11)

8. Renton (19-5) (12)

9. W.F. West (21-3) (9)

10. Pullman (19-2) (7)

CLASS 1A

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ICYMI: Cascade Christian coach is calling this his final season. So they plan to send him off right

1. Lynden Christian (22-1) (1)

2. Zillah (22-1) (3)

3. Freeman (21-0) (2)

4. The Northwest School (18-3) (6)

5. Royal (20-4) (4)

6. Cascade Christian (12-8) (7)

7. Bellevue Christian (18-5) (5)

8. Newport (17-6) (8)

9. Montesano (19-5) (23)

10. Mount Baker (13-11) (18)

CLASS 2B

1. Kittitas/Thorp (22-1) (1)

2. Saint George’s (23-0) (2)

3. Adna (21-2) (4)

4. Morton-White Pass (20-5) (5)

5. Toledo (21-4) (3)

6. Liberty of Spangle (20-3) (6)

7. Toutle Lake (19-6) (7)

8. Life Christian (21-4) (9)

9. Brewster (20-3) (8)

10. Tri-Cities Prep (19-3) (10)

CLASS 1B

1. Sunnyside Christian (22-1) (1)

2. Muckleshoot Tribal (24-2) (2)

3. Cedar Park Christian of Mountlake Terrace (26-1) (3)

4. Pomeroy (20-2) (5)

5. Yakama Nation (19-5) (4)

TNT STATE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL RANKINGS — FINAL

CLASS 4A

ICYMI: Kentridge too big for Bellarmine in district title. Did Lions lose game and three-time MVP?

▪  Doubt Bellarmine all you want, but they have an Olympian, experience and a rally turtle

1. Central Valley (23-0) (1)

2. Moses Lake (22-0) (4)

3. Kentridge (23-2) (3)

4. Eastlake (21-2) (2)

5. Woodinville (19-3) (5)

6. Lake Stevens (19-3) (7)

7. Bellarmine Prep (20-4) (6)

8. Kentlake (18-7) (10)

9. Sunnyside (16-6) (11)

10. Todd Beamer (20-5) (9)

CLASS 3A

ICYMI: Lincoln keeps rolling, cuts district-title nets. Now how about those state championship nets?

1. Lincoln (23-1) (1)

2. Kamiakin (20-2) (5)

3. Prairie (21-3) (8)

4. Bethel (21-3) (10)

5. Gig Harbor (18-6) (2)

6. West Seattle (21-5) (7)

7. Seattle Prep (18-4) (5)

8. Bellevue (20-5) (11)

9. Garfield (20-6) (3)

10. Peninsula (21-4) (13)

CLASS 2A

ICYMI: White River rallies after deficit to beat Port Angeles, clinch 2A district title

1. W.F. West (21-2) (2)

2. East Valley of Spokane (19-1) (1)

3. Archbishop Murphy (21-2) (5)

4. Burlington-Edison (18-5) (3)

5. White River (20-4) (8)

6. Black Hills (18-5) (9)

7. Port Angeles (20-4) (4)

8. Wapato (20-3) (6)

9. North Kitsap (19-6) (12)

10. Washougal (19-5) (11)

CLASS 1A

1. Zillah (22-1) (4)

2. Lynden Christian (23-0) (1)

3. Cashmere (21-1) (2)

4. La Center (21-1) (6)

5. Medical Lake (21-0) (5)

6. La Salle (19-4) (6)

7. Cle Elum/Roslyn (17-6) (13)

8. Meridian (20-7) (9)

9. Nooksack Valley (18-7) (10)

10. Seattle Christian (18-2) (11)

CLASS 2B

1. Ilwaco (22-1) (1)

2. Napavine (21-2) (4)

3. Davenport (19-4) (2)

4. Wahkiakum (20-4) (3)

5. Colfax (19-4) (5)

6. La Conner (19-3) (8)

7. Saint George’s (18-6) (7)

8. Life Christian Academy (16-5) (9)

9. Mabton (19-5) (10)

10. Tri-Cities Prep (17-5) (11)

CLASS 1B

1. Colton (21-1) (1)

2. Sunnyside Christian (21-2) (4)

3. Pomeroy (18-5) (3)

4. Almira/Coulee-Hartline (22-2) (7)

5. Neah Bay (21-2) (3)

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