Top 25: Lincoln, Bellevue fall; Monroe debuts in Week 2 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 2 rankings, Nos. 1 through 25, as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.


Class rankings: 4A Top 10 | 3A Top 10 | 2A Top 10

1A Top 10 | 2B Top 10 | 1B Top 10


All-Class Top 25

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

Slow warm-up? Not the Crusaders, who had 33 first-quarter points against Grant Union

2. Lake Stevens, 1-0 (4A)

Vikings show no hangover from state title-game loss, roll up 550 yards against Ferndale

3. Woodinville, 1-0 (4A)

Even in out-of-state showdowns, Falcons’ defense travels (beats Balboa, CA, 55-0)

4. O’Dea, 1-0 (3A)

In past two season openers, Irish has given up just six points to top-10 team Peninsula

5. Graham-Kapowsin, 1-0 (4A)

This interstate game wasn’t on national TV, but Eagles still turn away Sheldon, Ore.

6. Kennedy Catholic, 1-0 (4A)

It is one game, but Lancers displayed marked improvement in run game, interior defense

7. Chiawana, 1-0 (4A)

With convincing win over Richland, already essentially locks up MCC title in September

8. Hockinson, 1-0 (2A)

Took a quarter, but post-Sawyer Racanelli offense got cookin’ against Toppenish

9. Puyallup, 1-0 (4A)

It took an Aho Mafaaki first-half fumble recovery to get Viks off and running in 2019

10. Lakes, 1-0 (3A)

Sophomore Devon Nofoa-Masoe (131 rushing yards) breaking tackles, making tackles

11. Camas, 1-0 (4A)

Wide receiver Jackson Clemmer might be latest unstoppable force in Clark County

12. Lincoln, 0-1 (3A)

Even after opening slip-up at Camas, still one of best 3A contenders around

13. Steilacoom, 1-0 (2A)

Standout Emeka Egbuka had five TD catches, one interception; he does it all

14. Mount Spokane, 1-0 (3A)

Kannon Katzer (450 all-purpose yards) helps Wildcats win wild game in Montana

15. Tumwater, 1-0 (2A)

Yes, that was the Wing-T dominant T-Birds who passed for 180 yards against Timberline

16. Mead, 1-0 (4A)

Somehow, all-GSL quarterback Ryan Blair (393 yards, four TDs) flies under the radar

17. Bothell, 1-0 (4A)

Beats out-of-state Legacy (39-20); now will try and bulldoze Kennedy Catholic again

18. Central Valley, 1-0 (4A)

Lots to like about this team after win over Bellevue, especially big, physical defense

19. Union, 1-0 (4A)

Not sure how good reigning 4A champion are after struggling against Mountain View

20. Bellevue, 0-1 (3A)

Wolverines have dropped season openers before and gone on to do great things

21. Mount Si, 1-0 (4A)

What does Clay Millen do on his first career series? He leads Wildcats to a touchdown

22. Skyview, 1-0 (4A)

Jalynnee McGree and Storm offense (486 yards) look sharp in overwhelming Yelm

23. Kentwood, 1-0 (4A)

Impressive victory over Skyline not only big win for 4A NPSL, but Conks’ reputation

24. Monroe, 1-0 (4A)

Put up nearly 600 total yards against one of best teams in 4A KingCo (Eastlake)

25. Eastlake, 0-1 (4A)

It was just one game – and one blocked PAT kick. Wolves will be just fine moving forward

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