Here are Scorebook Live’s preseason all-classification Top 25 rankings for Washington high school girls basketball. Our all-class Top 25 rankings are released weekly throughout the 2019-20 high school girls basketball season. The rankings are compiled by former Central Valley girls basketball coach Freddie Rehkow and SB Live Washington senior reporter Todd Milles.

More preseason rankings:

4A Top 10 — 3A Top 10 — 2A Top 10 — 1A Top 10 — 2B Top 10 — 1B Top 10


All-Class Girls Basketball Top 25

1. Garfield (3A)

2018-19 record: 23-4

Talented Bulldogs were 3A favorites with five-star Cal signee Dalayah Daniels. Now they get Michigan signee Meghan Fiso

2. Mount Spokane (3A)

2018-19 record: 24-2

If there’s one team that can come close to matching Garfield firepower, it is the GSL favorites with UW signee Jayda Noble

3. Glacier Peak (4A)

2018-19 record: 23-4

Off stellar summer, Grizzlies have experienced college-level talent that plays relentless style. It starts with PG Aaliyah Collins

4. Kentridge (4A)

2018-19 record: 26-3

Yes, powerful USC-bound post Jordyn Jenkins has one more year, which means Chargers still legitimate state contenders

5. Woodinville (4A)

2018-19 record: 24-5

If PG Veronica Sheffey takes next expected step in production alongside high work-rate PF Mia Hughes, watch out for Falcons

6. Eastlake (4A)

2018-19 record: 22-6

Backcourt questions loom for 4A champs, but frontcourt in great hands with ASU-bound Keeli Burton-Oliver and Haley Huard

7. Arlington (3A)

2018-19 record: 17-7

Expect the same frantic-pressure, deep-shooting playing style with one high-impact addition – ninth grader Jenna Villa

8. Chiawana (4A)

2018-19 record: 19-7

This is clearly the MCC’s next powerhouse, strengthened by addition of top-10 national 2021 recruit Talia Von Oelhoffen

9. University (4A)

2018-19 record: 16-8

With three NCAA Div. I signees, including slashing PG Ellie Boni, a Colorado State signee, Titans should be in state-title hunt

10. Seattle Prep (3A)

2018-19 record: 19-6

Few contenders have frontcourt quality and versatility like the Panthers, led by juniors Tamia Stricklin and Molly Moffitt

11. Bellarmine Prep (4A)

2018-19 record: 22-7

Some teams have point guard issues. Not the Lions, who start two ball-handling scorers in Callie Stevens and Makiah Reed

12. Prairie (3A)

2018-19 record: 25-2

Nobody is real sure what reigning state champions have beside senior PG Allison Corral. But c’mon, you doubt the Falcons?

13. Lake Stevens (4A)

2018-19 record: 12-9

Injuries decimated young Vikings group last year, but sharp-shooting SG Raigan Reed and talented sophomores are back

14. Bethel (3A)

2018-19 record: 20-5

Better than they showed at state last year, Braves still have dynamic duo of PG Esmeralda Morales and SF Tiarra Brown

15. Lake Washington (3A)

2018-19 record: 15-10

Entire starting five for 3A/2A KingCo champs returns, including do-everything SF Sophia Liesse and speedy PG Rosa Smith

16. Gonzaga Prep (4A)

2018-19 record: 11-11

Lots of optimism around this program, especially if EWU signee Olivia Mayer can stay on court after two injury-filled seasons

17. Eastside Catholic (3A)

2018-19 record: 5-14

Not deep, but Crusaders stormed summer circuit with group of ninth graders expected to quickly raise program’s profile

18. Skyview (4A)

2018-19 record: 17-7

Team was off to hot start before injuries mounted last year. SG Kazz Parks is back to lead Storm to 4A GSHL throne

19. Central Valley (4A)

2018-19 record: 22-5

High-motor SF M.J. Bruno gives Bears energy. Healthy PG Peyton Howard could give them shot at 4A GSL crown

20. Issaquah (4A)

2018-19 record: 17-9

A real sleeper out of the 4A KingCo, Eagles have new coach (Doug Crandall), emerging star (Alivia Stephens) and depth

21. Rogers of Puyallup (4A)

2018-19 record: 18-9

Don’t be surprised if UW softball commit Raigan Barrett leads 4A in scoring. She’s that kind of cold-blooded shooter

22. Hudson’s Bay (3A)

2018-19 record: 19-7

Is this the team to end Prairie’s reign in the 3A GSHL? PG Aniyah Hampton and the Eagles have higher next-step ambitions

23. Sunnyside (4A)

2018-19 record: 21-3

Career scoring leader Ashlee Maldonado is gone, but program’s next star-in-making is a senior (PG Kameran Rodriguez)

24. Kennewick (3A)

2018-19 record: 19-6

This group waited out Kamiakin, and now is ready to take reins and go, led by Hawaii signee MeiLani McBee

25. Inglemoor (4A)

2018-19 record: 21-8

If PG Lucy Young and seasoned cast keep making perimeter shots, Vikings could be threat again at state tournament

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