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Seattle Times girls basketball state rankings

Lynnwood (4A), Cleveland (3A), Mark Morris (2A) top Seattle Times girls basketball rankings.

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1. Mark Morris (Longview) Eaton sisters just two key cogs back for defending champions
2. Ellensburg All five starters return from team that stubbed its toe late
3. W.F. West (Chehalis) Adding Nike McClure (WSU) makes for great potential
4. White River (Buckley) Pencil Chris Gibson’s group into top 10 year after year
5. River Ridge (Lacey) Dynamic Jazzlynn Brewster leads veteran squad
6. Renton Taylor Farris is a handful and led team to third-place finish in 2013
7. Lake Washington (Kirkland) Tall Kangs should hold own in KingCo 3A/2A, then watch out
8. Black Hills (Tumwater) Sarah McGee gives Wolves a chance every night, and she’s got help
9. Grandview Greyhounds graduated last year’s MVP, but have plenty left
10. Lynden With Stephanie Somers (Idaho), Lions deserve a strong look
1. Cleveland (Seattle) Roper and Ladd are primed to help Eagles add to trophy case
2. Kamiakin (Kennewick) Toure tops list of four returning starters to go with two transfers
3. Juanita (Kirkland) This should be start of something good for young, loaded Rebels
4. Everett Really – Rielly sisters are good and Seagulls have other weapons
5. Glacier Peak (Snohomish) Grizzlies got to Tacoma last year and return eight players
6. Bellevue It’s can-do for Wolverines with Shelby Cansler, league MVP
7. University (Spokane) Early injuries troublesome, but Titans just plain trouble in the end
8. Holy Names (Seattle) Cougars should be fast and furious and in the Metro mix as usual
9. Shadle Park (Spokane) When Highlanders hit threes, they can shoot way into any game
10. Mountlake Terrace Hawks poised for breakout campaign with a seasoned team
1. Lynnwood

Special group has talent, incentive after last year’s early exit

2. Mount Rainier (Des Moines) McPhee twins are double-trouble in final shot with Rams
3. Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) Great guard (Stockton), post (Gildon) = state title potential
4. Beamer (Federal Way) Young Titans made noise last year, now are battle-tested
5. Skyview (Vancouver) Storm (2012 champ) might have what it takes for another
6. Chiawana (Pasco) Hodgins sisters can fill it up and fuel Riverhawks’ trophy hopes
7. Jackson (Mill Creek)

Kingma, Anderson classic combo for title-hungry Timberwolves

8. Kentwood (Covington)

Conquerors’ credentials start with Sarah Toeaina, don’t stop there

9. Inglemoor (Kenmore) Vikings feature UW commit Deja’ Strother and more
10. Mead (Spokane) Defending champs might start slowly, but don’t sleep on them

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