Vote for The Herald’s Game of the Week | Week 4

A number of what look to be lopsided affairs this week, but there’s a few gems.

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

Eds. note: Poll closes on Friday, 10 a.m.

Lake Stevens vs. Monroe

Bearcat Stadium, 7 p.m.

This game decided the Wesco 4A North title last season when Monroe outlasted Lake Stevens 9-7 in knock-down-drag-out game. This season both teams are 1-2 going into league play and need to get off to a 1-0 start.

Jackson vs. Edmonds-Woodway

Edmonds Stadium, 5 p.m.

These two teams have won the Wesco 4A South championship over the past two years, with Jackson edging the Warriors last season to take the title. E-W is rolling and coming off of a double-overtime win over rival Meadowdale.

Granite Falls vs. Sultan

Sultan H.S., 7 p.m.

The good ol’ Black and Blue Bowl should be a classic. In a year that the Cascade Conference title looks to be up in the air, one of these schools could make a run at the title, using this game as a springboard.

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