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Here are Scorebook Live’s final all-classification Top 25 rankings for Washington high school girls basketball for the 2019-2020 season.

Our all-class Top 25 rankings were 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.


Final rankings for March 9, 2020

1. Central Valley, 23-3 (4A)

Team of destiny won 23 of its final 24 games, including 4A title, with defense, determination

2. Woodinville, 28-1 (4A)

Remarkable season ended with 4A title-game disappointment. Falcons and Mia Hughes will be back

3. Lynden Christian, 27-1 (1A)

People will be talking about pivotal 13-0 fourth-quarter run to upend Cashmere for a long time

4. Eastside Catholic, 27-2 (3A)

Went 1-2 at the state tournament, but everyone returns - and Crusaders will be 3A favorites in 2020-21

5. Garfield, 23-7 (3A)

Isn't this where we started? Preseason favorite Bulldogs endured rough patches, but finished deal

6. Lynden, 26-1 (2A)

With their ability to defend and shoot the 3-pointer, Lions really ended up being class of 2A

7. Cashmere, 24-1 (1A)

1A title-game loss to Lynden Christian was crushing blow, but nobody will soon forget Hailey Van Lith

8. Arlington, 22-3 (3A)

Beats Eastside Catholic for third place, and like the Crusaders, brings all key pieces back next season

9. Mount Spokane, 21-4 (3A)

Jayda Noble-led Wildcats had big 4A wins (Central Valley, Glacier Peak), but couldn't make lasting 3A run

10. Glacier Peak, 23-5 (4A)

Again, Grizzles will be just fine with Aaliyah Collins, Maya Erling back next season as seniors

11. Lake Washington, 22-7 (3A)

Whatever the Kangs do moving forward with PG Rosa Smith, PF Sydney Hani won't be a surprise

12. Beamer, 25-5 (4A)

Class of the West Central District, SG Aaliyah Alexander had a fantastic senior season for her dad

13. Bethel, 25-3 (3A)

Losing talented ninth grader Alyssa Smith (knee) was big; now this becomes Esmeralda Morales' team

14. Union, 21-7 (4A)

Titans graduate their top playmaker (Mason Oberg), but return bulk of roster next season

15. Moses Lake, 20-5 (4A)

CBBN winner might slip some next year, but Chiefs will have Anna Olson, Meagan Karstetter in fold

16. Ellensburg, 24-3 (2A)

Learned valuable lessons in state loss to experienced Lynden. Bulldogs will be back, for sure

17. Issaquah, 22-10 (4A)

Alivia Stephens-led Eagles were distinctly good early and late, which is a good time to play well

18. Chiawana, 23-5 (4A)

This still should be one of the more intriguing 4A teams around next year, led by Talia Von Oelhoffen

19. Shorecrest, 23-5 (3A)

Scots will graduate their top guards, but 3A Wesco winners have post player to build around (Kiano Lino)

20. Seattle Prep, 21-10 (3A)

Will still be big factors in the Metro League, especially with Tamia Stricklin, Molly Moffitt back as seniors

21. Bellarmine Prep, 20-6 (4A)

Lions were a fun group, especially all the length-of-floor feeds from Julia Bordeaux to Callie Stevens

22. Rogers of Puyallup, 22-5 (4A)

Raigan Barrett will now get to focus on softball, but still will be remembered as a cagey, scary scorer

23. Liberty of Spangle, 26-1 (2B)

2B champions, baby! And with their overall length, led by Maisie Burnham, could have done well elsewhere

24. Kentridge, 22-7 (4A)

Kind of the what-could-have-been group losing star Jordyn Jenkins. Still made it to the Dome. Impressive

25. Lincoln of Tacoma, 19-7 (3A)

Around Christmas, the Abes were a mess. They figured it out to win WCD title, reach state tournament