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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 6 rankings (Oct. 7) as compiled by Scorebook Live Washington reporters Andy Buhler and Todd Milles.


1. Eastside Catholic, 5-0 (3A)

You might go toe to toe with heavy-hitting Crusaders for one quarter. But a game? Don't see it

2. Lake Stevens, 5-0 (4A)

Vikings likely have one team in way (Glacier Peak) for another unbeaten regular season

3. Woodinville, 5-0 (4A)

Wayne Maxwell's group didn't wait until the final minute against Redmond to score a touchdown (two in first 11 minutes)

4. O’Dea, 5-0 (3A)

If there is one team in 3A that can match up with Eastside Catholic up front, it is the Irish

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

Long TD pass to WR Malaki Roberson with seconds remaining in the first half key in beating Olympia

6. Kennedy Catholic, 5-0 (4A)

‘Revenge Tour’ from 2018 takes another victim - Enumclaw - as Lancers roll again

7. Lakes, 4-0 (3A)

Standouts seem to score in bunches for Lancers. Last week, it was Howard Golden’s turn (4 TDs)

8. Camas, 5-0 (4A)

Three Jake Blair TD passes in second quarter lead Papermakers past Heritage

9. Tumwater, 5-0 (2A)

Thumping of Rochester (64-6) starts with safety, Danny Goodburn kickoff return

10. Chiawana, 4-1 (4A)

Riverhawks angry over loss to Union in Vancouver - especially RB Gabe Schilz (6 TDs)

11. Mount Spokane, 4-1 (3A)

Halfway to 2,500? RB Kannon Katzer (1,256 yards, 20 TDs) posting crazy-good totals

12. Lincoln, 3-2 (3A)

Abes gone streaking by posting three consecutive shutouts over 3A PCL playoff contenders

13. Puyallup, 4-1 (4A)

Vikings grab Union fan’s ’Twice is Nice’ banner, store it away for next epic match-up

14. Archbishop Murphy, 4-1 (2A)

Wildcats defense carries day (shutout over Blaine, three turnovers, gives up 77 yards)

15. Hockinson, 4-1 (2A)

Levi Crum-led Hawks score on first four drives, blank Woodland to stay on track

16. Eastlake, 4-1 (4A)

Becoming clear that QB Grady Robison is best dual-threat weapon in 4A KingCo

17. Central Valley, 4-1 (4A)

Rare off game for QB Matt Gabbert (91 yards, TD, NT) spells doom for Bears at home

18. Skyview, 4-1 (4A)

Storm starters barely play more than a quarter in 4A GSL-opening win over Battle Ground

19. Bothell, 3-2 (4A)

Dominating KingCo rival Skyline (41-7) easily Cougars’ most impressive feat this season

20. Bethel, 3-2 (3A)

Braves start 3A PCL championship round-robin race this week with key road trip to Lakes

21. Lynden, 4-1 (2A)

Is there a hotter team in 2A? Lions knock off previously-unbeaten teams in back-to-back weeks

22. Kentwood, 4-1 (4A)

With key 4A NPSL showdown against Kennedy looming, better not overlook Enumclaw this week

23. Gonzaga Prep, 4-1 (4A)

What in the name of 'triple option offense' is going on in Spokane? Rebuilding Bullpups ready now

24. Mount Si, 3-2 (4A)

QB Clay Millen has never lost back-to-back games until now. Betting it won’t be three in a row

25. Kamiakin, 4-1 (3A)

Bounce-back win over Pasco sets up important Mid-Columbia games against Richland, Chiawana