High school football week 8 stories and photos

It was division title-clinching night on Friday in Wesco 3A football. Marysville Pilchuck won the North and Glacier Peak the South, setting up a rematch of last year’s 3A championship game. Meanwhile, Lake Stevens and Edmonds-Woodway will square off for the 4A crown. See photos from Friday’s games in our photo gallery and read up on all the action from week 8 of the season at the links below.

Marysville Pilchuck runs to 3A North title

Glacier Peak outlasts Meadowdale for 3A South title

Cascade celebrates ‘special’ moment with win Kamiak

Lake Stevens beats Snohomish, wins 4A North crown

Mountlake Terrace runs wild on Shorewood

Monroe beats Mount Vernon in OT to wrap up No. 2 seed

Archbishop Murphy 40, Cedarcrest 21

Arlington 24, Inglemoor 16

Concrete 41, Darrington 38

Edmonds-Woodway 56, Mariner 12

Jackson 56, Lynnwood 34

Lakewood 42, Granite Falls 21

Marysville Getchell 27, Shorecrest 16

Stanwood 14, Everett 0

Sultan 40, South Whidbey 28

Tulalip Heritage 30, Clallam Bay 28

Meanwhile, be sure to check out our gallery of Monroe students showing their Bearcat pride. There is no limit to what they’ll do with their “spirit gear.”

And look for more scores, schedules and stories throughout the season on our high school football page.

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