‘Press Coverage’: State quarterfinal recap

Herald writers break down the prep football state quarterfinals, which saw all 4 local teams eliminated.

The Herald’s staff is back for one last “Press Coverage” after the prep football state quarterfinals saw all four local teams remaining be eliminated.

Class 4A No. 3 seed Lake Stevens suffered a stunning defeat against No. 11 Mount Si. — :38

Uber-talented No. 3 seed Lincoln proved too much for 3A No. 6 Marysville Pilchuck. — 7:55

Fifth-seeded Lakewood suffered a tough loss after a late comeback by No. 4 Hockinson in 2A. — 10:12

And 2A’s top seed, Tumwater, delivered a dominant performance against No. 8 Archbishop Murphy. — 13:10

Then, Herald writers Cameron Van Til, Zac Hereth and Josh Horton take a look back at the season, highlighting three surprise teams, and take a look forward to a handful of teams they expect to take a step forward in 2020.

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