‘Press Coverage’: State playoffs first-round recap

The Herald’s staff highlights the games played by local teams in the 1st round of the state playoffs.

All four local teams prevailed in their first-round state playoff matchups, and Herald writers Cameron Van Til, Zac Hereth and Josh Horton break down all four matchups from Friday and Saturday.

A down-the-wire battle with plenty of late drama saw Marysville Pilchuck edge Prairie in an overtime battle. — :28

Lake Stevens got its revenge on defending state champion Union in a tight battle. — 9:43

Lakewood rolled over a banged up Sequim squad with dominant performance on both sides of the ball. — 11:56

And Archbishop Murphy’s stellar defense delivered a shutout in an impressive all-around performance over North Kitsap. — 14:40

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