YAKIMA, Wash. -- As we wrap up work on our annual preseason football section, which runs with the Sept. 5 edition, here’s a look at our predicted order of finish in the local leagues. Accompanying each team are last year’s league and overall records.

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CBBN

1, Wenatchee (6-3, 6-4)

2, Eisenhower (6-3, 7-3)

3, Eastmont (7-2, 8-3)

4, Davis (0-9, 0-10)

5, Moses Lake (4-5, 4-6)

6, Sunnyside-3A (2-3, 3-7)

State berths: 2.

Notes: Stanford-bound RB Isaiah Brandt-Sims returns for Wenatchee with a solid offensive line and veteran QB, and Eisenhower returns nine defensive starters and the league’s top receiver in Ridge Harmon.

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CWAC

1, Othello (9-0, 11-1)

2, Prosser (8-1, 11-2)

3, Ephrata (5-4, 6-4)

4, Ellensburg (6-3, 7-3)

5, East Valley (6-3, 7-3)

6, West Valley (4-5, 5-5)

7, Selah (4-5, 4-6)

8, Toppenish (1-8, 2-8)

9, Grandview (2-7, 2-8)

10, Wapato (0-9, 0-10)

State berths: 3.

Notes: Defending champion Othello returns its top two RBs and three all-league linemen to pave the way for a rugged ground game, and Prosser should reload following the exit of a talented senior class.

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SCAC West

1, Zillah (6-0, 9-2)

2, Naches Valley (4-2, 6-4)

3, Cle Elum (5-1, 10-2)

4, Goldendale (3-3, 5-5)

5, La Salle (1-5, 3-7)

6, Granger (2-4, 4-6)

7, Highland (0-6, 0-10)

State berths: 3 for entire conference.

Notes: The Leopards were a junior-dominated team when they won the West last year and return four all-state players at seven positions, including record-setting RB Kurt Calhoun.

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Central Washington 2B

1, White Swan (5-1, 8-3)

2, Oroville (4-2, 6-5)

3, Kittitas (6-0, 6-3)

4, Liberty Bell (3-3, 3-6)

5, Bridgeport (2-4, 2-8)

6, Manson (0-6, 0-8)

7, Lake Roosevelt (1-5, 1-9)

State berths: 2.

Notes: White Swan returns 1,300-yard QB Joseph Kosik and all-league players at 11 other positions, and Oroville has 14 all-league spots back. Kittitas’ Zach Oversby, who scored 11 TDs last year as a sophomore, moved out of the district.