State Quarterfinal Live Blog

Join the conversation as The Herald provides wall-to-wall coverage of tonight’s Marysville Pilchuck-Eastside Catholic 3A state quarterfinal game from Quil Ceda Stadium. We’ll also be updating the King’s-Montesano, which starts at 6 p.m., and the North Thurston-University game (5 p.m.) The winner of the MP-EC game plays the winner of the NT-University game next week.

Here’s a look at who The Herald will have at tonight’s game:

Herald prep editor and intrepid sideline reporter Aaron Swaney

Herald prep writer David Krueger

Herald prep writer Aaron Lommers

Game Time Video Productions videographer Tony Soper

Also for pictures from tonight’s game follow us on Instagram and for videos from tonight’s game check out our YouTube channel.

To listen to tonight’s game, tune into KXA (1520 AM) or on the web visit Game Time Northwest.

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