Friday, November 6, 2015

Northwest Girls Rankings - Pre WA State

Here's a preliminary look at a Northwest Top 25 girls rankings going into the final State Meet weekend in the region. A note, I didn't include Wyoming teams yet (I haven't rated all of the major races in the state, including the state meet), though I will make a very quick assessment for the Lone Star teams at the bottom of the post

Top 25 Girls Teams:

 1. Sunset OR - Oregon 6A State Champion
 2. Jesuit OR - Oregon 6A State Runner-up
 3. Summit OR - Oregon 5A State Champion
 4. Camas WA - Washington 4A Southwest Regional Champion
 5. Sheldon OR - Oregon 6A State third place
 6. Bozeman MT - Montana 2A State Champion
 7. Eagle ID - Idaho 5A State Champion
 8. Billings Senior MT - Montana 2A State Runner-up
 9. Sentinel MT - Montana 2A State third place
10. Meridian ID - Idaho 5A State Runner-up
11. Mountain View ID - Idaho 5A State third place
12. Hellgate MT - Montana 2A State fourth place
13. Mount Si WA - Washington 4A Northwest Regional Champion
14. Mountain View OR - Oregon 5A State Runner-up
15. Grant OR - Oregon 6A State fourth place
16. Century ID - Idaho 4A State Champion
17. Ballard WA - Washington 3A District II Champion
18. Bellevue WA - Washington 3A District II Champion
19. Madison ID - Idaho 5A State fourth place
20. Eastlake WA - Washington 4A Northwest Regional Runner-up
21. Issaquah WA - Washington 4A Northwest Regional third place
22. Rocky Mountain ID - Idaho 5A State fifth place
23. Holy Names Academy WA - Washington 3A District II third place
24. Sandpoint ID - Idaho 4A State Runner-up
25. Lincoln OR - Oregon 6A State fifth place

Honorable Mention: Central Valley WA, Flathead MT, Garfield WA, Glacier Peak WA, Kamiak WA, Olympia WA, Skyline WA, Tualatin OR

For the Wyoming teams, I feel less sure about than the guys, but I'd guess that:
3A Champion Jackson Hole should probably be Top 20
4A Champion Cheyenne Central and Runner-up Campbell County should probably be Honorable Mention

And a final note: Washington teams are at a disadvantage in this comparison as they haven't run state yet (and with extra weight given to state meet results, the Washington teams are currently using their State Qualifying meets as that extra weighted race despite some athletes/teams seemingly not going all out), and could very well move up after this weekend.

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