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Published: Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Prep basketball rankings

BOYS
Team (Record), Pvs
1. Mountlake Terrace (5-1), 1
2. Jackson (5-0), 2
3. Arlington (6-0), 3
4. Glacier Peak (5-1), 4
5. Stanwood (5-2), 5
6. Kamiak (3-2), 9
7. Shorewood (3-3), 7
8. Edmonds-Woodway (3-2), 11
9. Mount Vernon (3-2), 14
10. Lake Stevens (2-3), 6
11. Mariner (4-3), 8
12. King's (4-2), NR
13. Cedar Park Chr.-MLT (7-0), 15
14. Cedarcrest (3-5), NR
15. Shorecrest (4-2), 13

GIRLS
Team (Record), Pvs
1. Lynnwood (5-0), 1
2. Arlington (5-0), 3
3. Stanwood (5-1), 4
4. Everett (5-1), 7
5. Snohomish (4-1), 12
6. Shorewood (5-1), 13
7. Cedarcrest (7-0), 8
8. Kamiak (3-2), NR
9. Jackson (2-2), 5
10. Monroe (3-3), 6
11. Lake Stevens (3-2), 2
12. Meadowdale (3-3), 15
13. Archbishop Murphy (4-1), 11
14. Glacier Peak (3-3), 9
15. Darrington (7-1), 14

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