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High School Football - Week 8


John Decker of Arlington (left) outruns Nick Russell of Inglemoor during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21.

John Decker of Arlington (left) outruns Nick Russell of Inglemoor during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Max Gray of Arlington (left) tries to escape the grip of Jake Lindloff of Inglemoor during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21.

Max Gray of Arlington (left) tries to escape the grip of Jake Lindloff of Inglemoor during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Jake Lindloff of Inglemoor makes a catch during his teams game against Arlington at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21.

Jake Lindloff of Inglemoor makes a catch during his teams game against Arlington at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Austin Wells of Arlington (right) is tackled by Jake Jones of Inglemoor after catching the ball during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21.

Austin Wells of Arlington (right) is tackled by Jake Jones of Inglemoor after catching the ball during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Erik Strathy of Inglemoor (center) tries to break through Arlington's defense during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21.

Erik Strathy of Inglemoor (center) tries to break through Arlington's defense during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Jake Jones of Inglemoor (center) tries to break through Arlington's defense during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. 
Photo taken 101812

Jake Jones of Inglemoor (center) tries to break through Arlington's defense during their game at Pop Keeney stadium in Bothell Thursday. Inglemoor beat Arlington 28-21. Photo taken 101812 (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Glacier Peak players Kaianoa Wong (left) and Jake Berg storm the field with their team before their game against Meadowdale at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7.

Glacier Peak players Kaianoa Wong (left) and Jake Berg storm the field with their team before their game against Meadowdale at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Pep band conductors Mike Dechant (left) and Cole Kamacho of Edmonds-Woodway High School cheer their football team on as they battle Mariner High School at Edmonds Stadium Friday.

Pep band conductors Mike Dechant (left) and Cole Kamacho of Edmonds-Woodway High School cheer their football team on as they battle Mariner High School at Edmonds Stadium Friday. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Heavy rain pelts Glacier Peak (left) and Meadowdale players during their game at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7.

Heavy rain pelts Glacier Peak (left) and Meadowdale players during their game at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Ryan White of Meadowdale (front) and Kaianoa Wong of Glacier Peak battle for the ball during their game at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7.

Ryan White of Meadowdale (front) and Kaianoa Wong of Glacier Peak battle for the ball during their game at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


Glacier Peak wide receiver Sean Elledge (center) tries to break through Meadowdale's defense during their game at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7.

Glacier Peak wide receiver Sean Elledge (center) tries to break through Meadowdale's defense during their game at Edmonds Stadium Friday. Glacier Peak beat Meadowdale 25-7. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)


(Bottom left - bottom right) Sydney Ohly, Caitlin Maury, and Victoria Lebesis of Edmonds-Woodway High School cheer their football team on as they battle Mariner High School at Edmonds Stadium Friday.

(Bottom left - bottom right) Sydney Ohly, Caitlin Maury, and Victoria Lebesis of Edmonds-Woodway High School cheer their football team on as they battle Mariner High School at Edmonds Stadium Friday. (Joe Dyer / The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway quarterback David Giles is pursued by Mariner's Kyle Aird Friday night at Edmonds Stadium.

Edmonds-Woodway quarterback David Giles is pursued by Mariner's Kyle Aird Friday night at Edmonds Stadium. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway's Junior Opoku-Mensah and Desmond Young celebrate after a touchdown Friday night against Mariner.

Edmonds-Woodway's Junior Opoku-Mensah and Desmond Young celebrate after a touchdown Friday night against Mariner. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Mariner quarterback Dan Nadat looks for a pass during the second half Friday night against Edmonds-Woodway.

Mariner quarterback Dan Nadat looks for a pass during the second half Friday night against Edmonds-Woodway. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway's Junior Opoku-Mensah carries the ball Friday night against Mariner.

Edmonds-Woodway's Junior Opoku-Mensah carries the ball Friday night against Mariner. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway senior Desmond Young evades a Mariner tackle before being pushed out of bounds in the second half of the game Friday night in Edmonds. The Warriors defeated the Marauders 44-13.

Edmonds-Woodway senior Desmond Young evades a Mariner tackle before being pushed out of bounds in the second half of the game Friday night in Edmonds. The Warriors defeated the Marauders 44-13. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Mariner kicker Kyle Aird breaks a tackle by two Edmonds-Woodway Warriors Friday night at Edmonds Stadium. Aird broke through several tackle attempts after mishandling a snap before being brought down.

Mariner kicker Kyle Aird breaks a tackle by two Edmonds-Woodway Warriors Friday night at Edmonds Stadium. Aird broke through several tackle attempts after mishandling a snap before being brought down. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

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Mariner senior Kiante Ahmad-Woods lands on top of Edmonds-Woodway's Nick Venema the endzone for Mariner's second touchdown Friday night in Edmonds.

Annie Mulligan / For The Herald Mariner senior Kiante Ahmad-Woods lands on top of Edmonds-Woodway's Nick Venema the endzone for Mariner's second touchdown Friday night in Edmonds. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway senior cheerleader Sydney Bennett cheers with her team after their 44-13 victory over Mariner Friday evening at Edmonds Stadium. The Warriors improved their record this season to 6-2 in regular season play.

Edmonds-Woodway senior cheerleader Sydney Bennett cheers with her team after their 44-13 victory over Mariner Friday evening at Edmonds Stadium. The Warriors improved their record this season to 6-2 in regular season play. (Annie Mulligan / For The Herald)

Oak Harbor running back Sheyenne Sams slips past Marysville-Pilchuck's Dante Fields during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor.

Oak Harbor running back Sheyenne Sams slips past Marysville-Pilchuck's Dante Fields during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Oak Harbor quarterback Ian Kolste drops back to pass during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor.

Oak Harbor quarterback Ian Kolste drops back to pass during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Marysville-Pilchuck's Kyle Nobach reaches out for a reception during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor.

Marysville-Pilchuck's Kyle Nobach reaches out for a reception during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Oak Harbor running back Fred Webster runs downfield during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor.

Oak Harbor running back Fred Webster runs downfield during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Oak Harbor's Isaiah Trower tries to get around Marysville-Pilchuck's Austin Joyner during a long run during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor.

Oak Harbor's Isaiah Trower tries to get around Marysville-Pilchuck's Austin Joyner during a long run during Friday's game between the Wildcats and the Tomahawks in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Marysville-Pilchuck running back Austin Joyner breaks away on a fourth-quarter touchdown run that gave Marysville-Pilchuck a 40-39 lead during the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor.

Marysville-Pilchuck running back Austin Joyner breaks away on a fourth-quarter touchdown run that gave Marysville-Pilchuck a 40-39 lead during the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Marysville-Pilchuck running back Austin Joyner (#5) celebrates in the endzone with his teammates, including Kyle Nobach (#23), after a fourth-quarter touchdown run that gave Marysville-Pilchuck a 40-39 lead during the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor.

Marysville-Pilchuck running back Austin Joyner (#5) celebrates in the endzone with his teammates, including Kyle Nobach (#23), after a fourth-quarter touchdown run that gave Marysville-Pilchuck a 40-39 lead during the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Ismael Perez (left) and quarterback Jake Luton celebrate after the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor.

Ismael Perez (left) and quarterback Jake Luton celebrate after the Tomahawks' 47-39 win over the Wildcats Friday in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)

Marysville-Pilchuck students and players, including Deion Stell (#13), celebrate the Tomahawks' fourth-quarter comeback to win 47-39 over the Wildcats Friday night in Oak Harbor.

Marysville-Pilchuck students and players, including Deion Stell (#13), celebrate the Tomahawks' fourth-quarter comeback to win 47-39 over the Wildcats Friday night in Oak Harbor. (Mark Mulligan / The Herald)