(Includes last season’s records)
1. Federal Way 21-7
No way these Eagles surprise anyone at state this time around.
2. Garfield 17-9
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Guard Tony Wroten looks to lead Bulldogs back to KingCo glory.
3. Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma) 25-4
Lions lost their fire, but Abdul Gaddy hasn’t.
4. Decatur (Federal Way) 22-8
Marcus Tibbs and Jerron Smith lead Gators in move to SPSL South.
5. Kentwood (Covington) 19-7
Forward Josh Smith has been named the nation’s top junior recruit.
6. Central Kitsap (Silverdale) 15-13
With 6-foot-8 senior Brandon Durham, Cougars hope to make leap to a contender.
7. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) 14-6
After great summer, Bullpups hope to knock Ferris off GSL perch.
8. Curtis (University Place)
SPSL South champions are well-coached with a solid backcourt.
9. Foss (Tacoma) 16-13
Falcons have seven seniors back from last year’s state qualifying team.
10. Mountain View (Vancouver) 16-9
Joseph Vance and Taylor Dunn can make some noise for Thunder.
Others (alphabetically): Auburn, Curtis, Ferris, Inglemoor, Issaquah, Lincoln, Kentridge, Mariner, Richland, Stanwood.
1. Franklin 24-3
Quakers return home to the Metro League with the state’s top senior, Peyton Siva.
2. Rainier Beach 29-1
Defending champs lose four Division I recruits and might be even better.
3. Bellevue 19-7
Four-fifths of last year’s starting lineup returns for run at KingCo title.
4. Columbia River (Vancouver) 21-7
Nevada-bound big man Steven Bjornstad is 6-foot-10 — and still growing.
5. O’Dea 16-7
Irish have solid inside-out combination in Dominic Ballard and Sean Jones.
6. Shadle Park (Spokane) 22-6
Washington State signee Anthony Brown leads Spokane’s most talented cast.
7. Lakes (Lakewood) 25-2
Last year’s role players have plenty of potential as they become starters.
8. Mt. Rainier (Des Moines) 23-6
Up-tempo Rams plan on fast-breaking their way to another state appearance.
9. Meadowdale (Lynnwood) 23-6
Mavericks have the talent and fundamentals to make up for losing four starters.
10. Seattle Prep 23-7
Patrick Nyeko and Jon Humphrie lead young Panthers into the terrifyingly deep Metro League.
Others (alphabetically): Bainbridge, Enumclaw, Mount Si, Peninsula, Prairie, Renton, West Valley (Yakima).