Vote for The Herald’s Game of the Week | Week 1

It’s kickoff week for high school football! Cast your vote for The Herald’s Game of the Week below:

Jackson vs. Edmonds-Woodway

Edmonds Stadium, 5 p.m.

With Edmonds-Woodway now in 3A this is no longer a league game, but it still is a big one for the former Wesco 4A South rivals. Both look to get their season off to a quick start against another strong team.

Meadowdale vs. Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens H.S., 7 p.m.

The Mavericks, who made it to the 3A state quarterfinals last season, open the year against Lake Stevens, which has the potential to make a deep run of its own this time around.

Snohomish vs. Glacier Peak

Veterans Memorial Stadium, 7 p.m.

Snohomish hopes the third time is the charm against crosstown rival Glacier Peak, which is 2-0 against the Panthers after last season’s 31-29 win.

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