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SB Live's Top 25 Washington high school football rankings: Camas tops final all-class rankings of 2019 season


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

Here are the final rankings of the 2019 season (Dec. 9) as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.


1. Camas, 14-0 (4A)

Lost QB Jake Blair (shoulder), and still blew away the 4A field. Easy choice for top overall spot

2. Eastside Catholic, 12-1 (3A)

Tougher and meaner over the final month, which was essential complement to its blue-chip talent

3. O’Dea, 12-1 (3A)

Almost upended Crusaders in 3A title game despite offensive limitations without RB Cam Daniels

4. Lincoln, 10-3 (3A)

Shift to run-based philosophy netted Abes best finish in school history by reaching semifinals

5. Tumwater, 14-0 (2A)

Won 2A title; likely would have fared well, too, against 4A/3A schools with big, active defensive front

6. Bothell, 11-3 (4A)

Only thing that could interrupt 4A KingCo champs’ spirited run was Camas team on ‘Revenge Tour’

7. Woodinville, 11-2 (4A)

Endured highs (beat No. 1 Kennedy Catholic) and lows (lost to Bothell twice). Falcons still elite

8. Mount Si, 10-3 (4A)

Won at Chiawana and Lake Stevens, and gave host Camas toughest game in 4A semis. Watch out in 2020!

9. Kennedy Catholic, 11-1 (4A)

After tough playoff exit, QB Sam Huard and crew have one more crack at winning it all next year

10. Graham-Kapowsin, 11-1 (4A)

Still will be imposing up front, but Eagles lose a lot of skill-position experience, led by WR Malaki Roberson

11. Lake Stevens, 11-1 (4A)

Not sure what happened to near-consensus preseason 4A favorites. Lots of head-scratching in offseason

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12. Steilacoom, 11-3 (2A)

In many years, this bunch would have won the 2A title behind WR Emeka Egbuka. Serious factor in 2020

13. Mount Spokane, 9-3 (3A)

RB Kannon Katzer was state’s breakout star, but defense was pretty good, too, the last six weeks

14. Puyallup, 10-2 (4A)

Yes, a Holcomb will be at the helm one more year (2020) - and it could be another fun ride for Viks

15. Kennewick, 11-2 (3A)

If you didn’t know how good of a coach Randy Affholter was - you should now after run to 3A semis

16. Royal, 14-0 (1A)

With all of those underclassmen first-year starters, this was supposed to be their down year? Yikes.

17. Chiawana, 9-2 (4A)

With an elite coach (Steve Graff) and emerging signal caller (JP Zamora), Riverhawks will be back

18. Bethel, 8-4 (3A)

All four losses were to state semifinals. Braves return QB Kekoa Visperas and RB Will Latu next year

19. Skyview, 8-3 (4A)

Sometimes, life isn’t fair - especially in the case of these seniors who had Union and Camas in their path

20. Eastlake, 9-2 (4A)

So fun to watch with Montana State-bound QB Grady Robison running the show and making big plays

21. Bellevue, 9-3 (3A)

Adjusted and evolved after early-season woes, the Wolverines will be just fine under Michael Kneip

22. Marysville-Pilchuck, 11-1 (3A)

This won’t be a one-year run, especially with RB Dylan Carson back, and some guy named Luton coming

23. Kentwood, 8-3 (4A)

Great rebound season by the Conks, who were oh-so-close at ending Bothell’s run before it began

24. Hockinson, 11-2 (2A)

Who knows what would have happened if WRs Sawyer Racanelli, Peyton Brammer hadn’t gotten hurt

25. Lynden Christian, 11-2 (1A)

In all this time, Lyncs have never faced Royal - until Saturday. With talent pipeline, might be annual game now