Royal, ACH unanimously voted No. 1 in latest AP poll

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Columbia Basin Herald/file photo Royal quarterback Sawyer Jenks.

Local teams Royal (1A) and Almira/Coulee-Hartline (1B) were unanimously voted No. 1 in the latest Associated Press Washington High School Football Poll.

It was the fourth week in a row both reigning state champions held the top spot.

In a rematch from last year’s state playoffs, Royal routed Okanogan 56-17 in Week 4 and extended its win streak to 45 games. Almira/Coulee-Hartline zoomed by Yakama Tribal 78-24 and should face a great test Oct. 5 at second-ranked Odessa.

There was some drama at the top of the 4A standings as Union edged Mount Si (93-92) for No. 1.

Class 4A

1. Union (5) 4-0 93

2. Mount Si (3) 4-0 92

3. Puyallup (2) 4-0 81

4. Lake Stevens 4-0 67

5. Graham-Kapowsin 3-1 59

6. Gonzaga Prep 3-1 36

7. Woodinville 3-1 29

8. Sumner 3-1 23

9. Chiawana 3-1 22

10. Camas 2-2 14

Others receiving 6 or more points: Lewis and Clark 12. Bothell 8. Enumclaw 8.

Class 3A

1. Eastside Catholic (6) 3-1 95

2. O’Dea (4) 4-0 94

3. Bellevue 4-0 79

4. Lincoln 3-1 70

5. Rainier Beach 2-1 45

6. Bethel 3-1 37

7. Mountain View 3-1 34

8. Mt. Spokane 3-1 22

9. Oak Harbor 4-0 21

10. Hermiston, Oregon 3-1 13

Others receiving 6 or more points: Garfield 11. Mercer Island 10. Capital 7.

Class 2A

1. Hockinson (10) 4-0 100

2. Tumwater 4-0 89

3. Lynden 4-0 79

4. Steilacoom 4-0 63

5. Liberty (Issaquah) 4-0 50

6. Prosser 3-1 36

7. West Valley (Spokane) 4-0 32

8. Archbishop Murphy 1-2 31

9. Cheney 4-0 26

10. Black Hills 4-0 22

Others receiving 6 or more points: Selah 8.

Class 1A

1. Royal (8) 4-0 80

2. Montesano 4-0 66

3. Zillah 4-0 54

4. Lynden Christian 4-0 43

5. Connell 3-1 40

6. Meridian 3-1 38

7. Newport 3-1 35

8. Okanogan 3-1 26

9. Mount Baker 2-2 24

10. Hoquiam 4-0 9

(tie) Cascade Christian 4-0 9

Others receiving 6 or more points: 10, Cascade Christian 9. 12, Elma 8.<

Class 2B

1. Adna (8) 4-0 80

2. Tri-Cities Prep 4-0 72

3. Napavine 3-1 61

4. Kalama 2-2 51

5. Rainier 4-0 49

6. Asotin 3-1 44

7. Onalaska 4-0 35

8. Northwest Christian (Colbert) 3-1 20

9. Morton/White Pass 4-0 9

10. Wilbur-Creston 4-0 7

Others receiving 6 or more points: none.

Class 1B=

1. Almira/Coulee-Hartline (7) 4-0 70

2. Odessa 4-0 63

3. Garfield-Palouse 4-0 55

4. Sunnyside Christian 3-1 50

5. Naselle 4-1 18

Others receiving 6 or more points: Quilcene 12.<

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