High school football week 4 stories and photos

Week 4 of high school football season is in the books, highlighted by Edmonds-Woodway’s thrilling comeback victory over Jackson. See photos from that and other games in our photo gallery and read up on all the action in our stories below:

Otis, Lake Stevens roll over Monroe in 4A North opener

Late drive leads Arlington to win in 4A North opener

Edmonds-Woodway beats Jackson in thriller

Glacier Peak blanks Mountlake Terrace in Wesco 3A South opener

Stanwood knocks off Marysville Getchell

Sultan runs over rival Granite Falls, 41-14

Cascade 51, Mariner 34

Coupeville 20, Nooksack Valley 12

Darrington 52, Chief Leschi 0

King’s 35, South Whidbey 14

Lakewood 28, Archbishop Murphy 0

Marysville Pilchuck 48, Shorewood 14

Meadowdale 42, Shorecrest 7

Look for more scores, schedules and stats on our high school football page.

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