High school football week 3 stories and photos

Week 3 of high school football season is in the books, highlighted by Glacier Peak’s big win in its showdown with Jackson. See photos from that and other games in our photo gallery and read up on all the action in our stories below:

Glacier Peak awakens in 2nd half to beat Jackson

Blais leads Monroe over Mariner 25-18

Cascade wins big over rival Everett

Arlington Eagles fly to another win over rival Stanwood

Edmonds-Woodway edges Meadowdale in double OT

Joyner leads Marysville Pilchuck to win over Snohomish

Lake Stevens holds off Oak Harbor

With coach officially released, Lynnwood loses to Terrace

Darrington 46, Manson 13

Kamiak 35, Shorecrest 19

King’s 63, Archbishop Murphy 14

Lakewood 46, Blaine 17

Lynden Christian 13, Coupeville 6

Marysville Getchell 36, Shorewood 14

Mount Vernon 27, Burlington-Edison 7

South Whidbey 21, Granite Falls 14

Sultan 49, Cedarcrest 28

Be sure to vote for the week’s best performance in our player of the week poll and find more scores, schedules and stats on our high school football page.

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