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Here are Scorebook Live’s all-classification Top 25 rankings for Washington high school boys basketball for the week of Jan. 20, 2020.

Our all-class Top 25 rankings are released weekly throughout the 2019-20 high school boys basketball season. The rankings are compiled by SB Live basketball analyst and former NBA player Dan Dickau and SB Live Washington reporter Andy Buhler.


Rankings as of Jan. 20, 2020 

Biggest Jump: Glacier Peak (13 to 11)
Debuted: Kamiakin, Auburn
Dropped: Rainier Beach, Gig Harbor

1. O’Dea 10-2 (3A)

After winter weather postponed its much-anticipated showdown at No. 2 Eastside Catholic to Monday, O’Dea beat Nathan Hale at home, 111-77.

2. Eastside Catholic 12-1 (3A)

Beat Seattle Prep on the road, 71-56, ahead of top-two showdown against O’Dea Monday, which was postponed due to winter weather last week.

3. Union 15-0 (4A)

Defeated Heritage, 101-58, at home in its only game of the week. Faces league foe Skyview on Tuesday at home.

4. Garfield 11-3 (3A)

Beat Rainier Beach on the road, 72-66, on Friday.

5. Mt. Spokane 12-2 (3A)

Defeated Rogers (Spokane) on the road, 86-35, then beat Mead at home on Friday, 64-48.

6. Mount Si 7-3 (4A)

Defeated Eastlake on the road, 63-43.

7. Central Valley 12-1 (4A)

Beat University at home, 63-60, then beat Shadle Park on the road, 73-35.

8. Federal Way 13-2 (4A)

Lost to Auburn, 70-60, on the road then beat Decatur at home, 70-33.

9. Seattle Prep 11-3 (3A)

Lost to No. 2 Eastside Catholic on Friday, 71-56, then beat Nathan Hale on the road, 59-44.

10. Chiawana 13-0 (4A)

Beat Hanford at home, 88-60, on Tuesday to remain undefeated in Mid-Columbia Conference play.

11. Glacier Peak 12-0 (4A)

Defeated Mount Vernon on the road, 69-49, to remain undefeated on the season and in 4A Wesco play.

12. Olympia 11-3 (4A)

Defeated Rogers (Puyallup) at home, 77-35, then lost to Sumner at home on Friday, 68-60.

13. Wilson 12-2 (3A) 

Beat Lakes (83-52) and Bonney Lake (71-55) on the road to create a three-game lead atop the 3A Pierce County League standings.

14. North Kitsap 12-2 (2A)

Beat Bremerton at home, 84-55, to stay locked in a tie for first in the 2A Olympic League with Port Angeles.

15. Lynden 10-1 (2A)

Did not play last week.

16. Evergreen (Vancouver) 10-2 (3A)

Beat Kelso at home, 71-53, then beat Hudson’s Bay on the road, 74-34, to remain atop the 3A Greater St. Helens League standings. 

17. Sumner (11-4) (4A)

Lost to Puyallup, 63-60, and then beat No. 8 Olympia, 68-60, on the road to further throw into a loop the top of the 4A South Puget Sound League standings.

18. Gonzaga Prep 9-4 (4A)

Picked up wins over Ferris on the road, 50-36, and North Central at home, 69-35.

19. Skyview 11-4 (4A) 

Lost to Battle Ground, 53-45, then Camas, 57-56, on the road ahead of a visit to No. 3 Union on Tuesday.

20.Toppenish 12-0 (2A)

Beat Ephrata at home, 93-87, then Selah, 63-58, at home and East Valley (Yakima), 77-60, on the road to create a three-game lead atop the 2A CWAC standings.

21. Burlington-Edison 11-1 (2A)

Did not play last week as games around some parts of the state were postponed due to weather.

22. Zillah 13-1 (1A)

Beat Granger at home, 103-39, then hit the road and beat Goldendale, 93-63 and Highland, 75-26.

23.Walla Walla 11-2 (4A)

Defeated Pasco at home on Tuesday, 78-43.

24. Kamiakin 11-2 (3A)

Beat Southridge on the road, 68-40.

25. Auburn 14-3 (3A)

Handed No. 6 Federal Way its first league loss, 70-60, on Thursday at home and beat Enumclaw on Friday morning, 64-33.

*All rankings referenced in the team updates are in accordance with the All-Classification Top-25