Vote for Game of the Week | Week 9

It’s championship week.

The championship of each league in our area — Cascade Conference, Wesco 4A and 3A — will be decided this Friday night. Lakewood and King’s, both unbeaten, seems like the marquee matchup, but the two Wesco games are good as well. Marysville Pilchuck and Glacier Peak, two teams with completely different offensive styles, face off in the Wesco 3A championship. Monroe and Jackson, which played each on the opening Friday of the season, battle again with a lot more on the line.

Help us decide which game should be The Herald’s Game of the Week. Voting ends Thursday at 6 p.m.:

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