‘Press Coverage’: Week 5 prep football recap

The Herald’s staff highlights the key games and storylines from Week 5 of the prep football season.

Herald writers Cameron Van Til, Zac Hereth and Josh Horton highlight the action from Week 5 of the prep football season.

Gutsy decisions to go for 2-point attempts by Shorecrest and Marysville Getchell provided some dramatic endings Friday night, with the Scots prevailing to knock off Snohomish and the Chargers falling short against Arlington.

Some other key moments from Week 5 include Edmonds-Woodway’s win to take over sole possession of first place in Wesco 3A South, Lakewood’s test against Lynden and Granite Falls putting an early scare in North Sound Conference favorite Cedar Park Christian.

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