Prep hot tickets: Nov. 13-18

Bowling: Everett vs. Jackson at Majestic Lanes in Lynnwood, 3:15 p.m. Tuesday. Two of Snohomish County’s girls bowling teams face off at Majestic Lanes in Lynnwood in an early-season Wesco clash. The Seagulls placed seventh at last year’s Class 3A state meet.

Girls soccer: King’s vs. Seattle Academy at Shoreline Stadium, 4 p.m. Friday. The Knights didn’t put together the type of regular season that would make anybody think they would be a lock for a deep postseason run, but King’s (13-8-0) won its first two 1A state tournament playoff games in contrasting fashion — it won its first contest by six goals and its quarterfinal game by one. Player to watch: Senior forward Katie Stella, who tallied three goals in the Knights’ 7-1 victory over Elma on Wednesday.

Football: North Kitsap at Archbishop Murphy, 7 p.m., Friday. Once again, the Wildcats look to be in a class of their own in the Class 2A ranks. Their offense is becoming a dominant force behind the play of running back Ray Pimentel and wide receiver Kyler Gordon, and defensively they’ve allowed just 14 points in their past three games combined. The Vikings might be able to give Murphy a bit of a test — they’re 10-0 and have scored at least 33 points in nine games this season.

Football: Monroe at Sumner, 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The Spartans knocked the Bearcats out of the Class 4A state tournament last year. Will they be able to repeat the feat this season? Monroe surely will have a lot of confidence after its first-round state tournament win over Puyallup on Friday. Player to watch: Monroe’s Josh Jerome, who anchors the Bearcats’ offensive and defensive lines.

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