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Northwest high school football rankings: Central Catholic (Oregon) finishes No. 2 (12/21/2023)

Lake Stevens (Washington) finishes No. 6 in SBLive's final Northwest football rankings

Corner Canyon returned to the top of the Utah heap, avenging its loss to Skyridge in last year’s 6A state final to win a fourth title in the past six seasons. The Beehive State has four teams in SBLive's final Northwest regional rankings, while Oregon 6A champion Central Catholic moves up to No. 2 after beating regional powers Bellevue and West Linn during its season.

SBLive's Northwest regional high school football rankings include teams from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah.

These are the final rankings of the 2023 season.


1, Corner Canyon (Draper, Utah) (13-1; National No. 15)

2, Central Catholic (Portland, Ore.) (13-0)

3, Columbine (Littleton, Colo.) (14-0)

4, West Linn (Ore.) (11-1)

5, Skyridge (Lehi, Utah) (11-3)

6, Lake Stevens (Wash.) (13-1)

7, Cherry Creek (Greenwood Village, Colo.) (13-1)

8, American Fork (Utah) (11-2)

9, Bellevue (Wash.) (11-2)

10, Crimson Cliffs (Washington, Utah) (13-1)

Honorable mention: Bishop Kelly (Boise, Idaho) (13-0), Graham-Kapowsin (Wash.) (13-1), Highland (Pocatello, Idaho) (11-1), Tualatin (Ore.) (11-2), Yelm (Wash.) (13-1)