Vote for The Herald’s Game of the Week | Week 3

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Cast your vote for The Herald’s Game of the Week for Week 3:

Arlington at Stanwood

Bob Larson Stadium, 7 p.m.

The Stilly Cup has been a white-wash the past two years, but the Spartans are determined to keep this one close. The Eagles have outscored Stanwood 119-0 the past two years.

Glacier Peak vs. Jackson

Everett Memorial Stadium, 5 p.m.

This is the early game in Everett on Friday with the Battle for Broadway to follow. Two of the most explosive offenses in Wesco do battle. The Grizzlies edged the Timberwolves 45-35 last season.

Edmonds-Woodway vs. Meadowdale

Edmonds District Stadium, 8 p.m.

This is the late game in Edmonds Friday night and it should be a doozy. Both teams are rivals and undefeated. The Mavs beat the Warriors 28-14 last season.

Oak Harbor at Lake Stevens

LSHS Football Field, 7 p.m.

The Wildcats are unbeaten and they have done it by beating a pair of 4A North teams. They get another one Friday night and it’s an angry one. Lake Stevens is 0-2 and in desperate need of a win.

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