Local athletes selected to play in 4A/3A all-state football game

12 players from Snohomish County school were named to the squad.

The 4A/3A East-West Football Game is set to kick off at 6 p.m. Friday at Gonzaga Prep High School in Spokane, and 12 athletes and one coach from Snohomish County have been named to the West squad.

Ten first-team and one second-team all-Wesco selections were named to the team.

Here’s a list of the local players selected:

Snohomish RB/S Keegan Stich, Everett WR/DB Elijah Ross-Rutter and OL/DL Tanner Hollenbeck, Monroe G/MLB Ricky Baker, Lake Stevens DE Matt Sevao, Jackson RB/LB Jonathan Navarro and WR/DB Mateo Fischer, Mariner RB Romelo Mangum and OL Ethan Skrabak, Glacier Peak WR/DB Bo Burns, and Arlington WR/DB Campbell Hudson and LB Payton Bastien.

Newly-hired Kamiak coach Bryant Thomas was named as one of the West team’s coaches.

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