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SB Live Top 25: Eastside Catholic No. 1, Lynden sneaks into Week 5 all-classification Washington high school football rankings


Every Monday during the 2019 football season Scorebook Live will rank the top-25 high school football teams in the state of Washington, regardless of classification.

Here are the Week 5 rankings (Sept. 30) as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.



1. Eastside Catholic, 4-0 (3A)

This ain’t Metro hoops! Crusaders wallop Rainier Beach for first in-state win in 2019

2. Lake Stevens, 4-0 (4A)

Highest-scoring team in 4A? After back-to-back 70-point outings, it is Vikings (240)

3. Woodinville, 4-0 (4A)

Downfield passing game still a work in progress - but pass defense in great shape

4. O’Dea, 4-0 (3A)

After blanking Blanchet, now comes the Metro gauntlet (Prep, EC, Beach, Garfield)

5. Graham-Kapowsin, 4-0 (4A)

After win at Puyallup, clearly in driver’s seat in 4A SPSL, favorable playoff seed

6. Kennedy Catholic, 4-0 (4A)

If Lancers ever take care of self-implosion penalties, might have case to be higher on list

7. Lakes, 3-0 (3A)

RB Devon Nofoa-Masoe dominant against Stadium (149 all-purpose yards, five TDs)

8. Camas, 4-0 (4A)

After Papermakers’ road win, Bellevue coach Michael Kneip says they’re No. 1 in state

9. Tumwater, 4-0 (2A)

Lesson to bigger out-of-state schools: Don’t schedule T-Birds for homecoming game

10. Central Valley, 4-0 (4A)

New week, same dramatic finish: Landon Rehkow’s final-play FG sinks Lewis and Clark

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11. Chiawana, 3-1 (4A)

Offense struggles (two interceptions, stopped inside 10-yard line) in slip-up at Union

12. Mead, 3-1 (4A)

Panthers hold off hard-charging Mount Spokane in dramatic ‘Battle of the Bell’ finish

13. Mount Spokane, 3-1 (3A)

Stuff happens: Wildcats come up short - by an inch - on final play against Mead; 

14. Lincoln, 2-2 (3A)

Life in 3A PCL season (outscored both teams, 101-0) much easier than non-league slate

15. Puyallup, 3-1 (4A)

Where do Vikings go after loss to G-K? Focus on getting offense in sustained rhythm

16. Mount Si, 3-1 (4A)

Last-minute loss at Woodinville proves one thing - Wildcats still among 4A KingCo elite

17. Archbishop Murphy, 3-1 (2A)

No shame in giving up just one offensive touchdown (10-7 loss) to rolling Lynden team

18. Hockinson, 3-1 (2A)

Since 28-game winning steak ended, Hawks on scoring spree last two weeks (118 points)

19. Eastlake, 3-1 (4A)

QB Grady Robison (four first-half TDs against Issaquah) in good groove right now 

20. Skyview, 3-1 (4A)

Blocked field goal leads to big win over Rogers; Storm now enters den of league play

21. Bothell, 2-2 (4A)

Cougars go to bag of tricks as QB Andrew Sirmon catches TD pass against North Creek

22. Garfield, 2-2 (3A)

RB Avery Morrow’s late first-half TD run gets Bulldogs rolling past unbeaten Seattle Prep

23. Bethel, 2-2 (3A)

Pretty clear each week, QB Kekoa Visperas getting more comfortable with new cast

24. Lynden, 3-1 (2A)

Is there a team in the state that has had a more wild four-game ride than Lions?

25. Kentwood, 3-1 (4A)

QB Jackson Proctor becoming legitimate threat in Conks' physical rushing attack