High school football week 6 stories and photos

Edmonds-Woodway kept rolling on Friday with a victory in a key matchup with Kamiak. See photos from that and other games from week 6 of high school football season in our photo gallery and read up on all the action in our stories below:

Smarr sparks Edmonds-Woodway, Warriors control South

Watts shines in second half as Lakewood beats Sultan

Glacier Peak can’t contain McPherson in 42-23 loss to Bothell

Lake Stevens holds off Arlington in offensive showcase

Jackson offense too much for Mariner in 54-38 win

Big second half lifts Cascade over Lynnwood

Oak Harbor 35, Mount Vernon 14

Darrington 49, Tacoma Baptist 8

Coupeville 23, Granite Falls 7

Marysville Getchell 38, Everett 14

Marysville Pilchuck 58, Stanwood 24

Meadowdale 37, Mountlake Terrace 9

Monroe 27, Snohomish 20 (OT)

Shorewood 17, Shorecrest 14

King’s 27, Cedarcrest 24 (OT)

Meanwhile, Jackson High School retired the jersey of former high school star Johnie Kirton, who died last year at age 26.

See more photos, stories, scores, schedules and more on our high school football page.

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