‘Press Coverage’: Week 10 prep football playoffs recap

The Herald’s staff breaks down the state-playoff seeding of local teams and the action from Week 10.

Four local high school football teams secured berths to the state playoffs during Week 10, and Herald writers Cameron Van Til, Zac Hereth and Josh Horton give their analysis on the state-playoff seeds assigned to each.

The crew also takes a look at the highlights from Week 10, including Lakewood’s victory over Liberty, Archbishop Murphy’s impressive defensive performance against Sedro-Woolley and Monroe’s Class 4A showdown with Mount Si.

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