POLL: Which local high school football team goes furthest?

Three local schools — Lake Stevens (4A), Snohomish (3A) and Darrington (1B) — remain alive.

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UW seniors Matisse Thybulle and David Crisp were enemies in high school but now share a tight bond.

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