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Published: Monday, August 27, 2012, 10:47 a.m.

Wesco 4A football preview

  • At left, Cascade's Steven Gallardo. At right, Arlington's Skylor Elgarico.

    Herald photos by Jennifer Buchanan

    At left, Cascade's Steven Gallardo. At right, Arlington's Skylor Elgarico.

The high school football season kicks off Friday, and we're previewing the action all week on HeraldNet. First up, Wesco 4A:
NORTH
Lake Stevens rebuilds: The Vikings were a game away from playing for a state title last season. A lot of key players are gone, but they still have high hopes for 2012.
Mount Vernon returns to Wesco: With the jump to 4A, the team faces a much stiffer challenge this season.
Capsules: a team-by-team look at the new division.
SOUTH
Lynnwood's big talent: Andrew Basham will be playing for the University of Washington next season, but he looks ready for Division 1 now.
Cascade's new approach: After 24 straight games without a win, a new coach starts by instilling a new attitude.
Capsules: a team-by-team look at the new division.

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Story tags » High School Football

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