This week’s high school football picks

What do the Herald’s three prognosticators think of your team’s chances?

Steve Willits

Co-Host of Prep Sports Weekly

Meadowdale over Edmonds-Woodway

Snohomish over Everett

Glacier Peak over Kamiak

Monroe over Mariner

Lake Stevens over Mount Vernon

Ferndale over Arlington

Oak Harbor over Stanwood

Shorecrest over Shorewood

Marysville Pilchuck over Lake Washington

Squalicum over Marysville Getchell

Juanita over Lynnwood

Mountlake Terrace over Anacortes

Jackson over Cascade

Lynden over Archbishop Murphy

Sedro-Woolley over Lakewood

Bellingham over Cedarcrest

Sultan over Friday Harbor

Forks over Granite Falls

Cascade-Leavenworth over King’s

South Whidbey over Concrete

Coupeville over La Conner

Naselle over Darrington

Last week: 15-6, .714

Season: 50-17, .746

Cameron Van Til

Herald Prep Writer

Meadowdale over Edmonds-Woodway

Snohomish over Everett

Glacier Peak over Kamiak

Monroe over Mariner

Lake Stevens over Mount Vernon

Arlington over Ferndale

Oak Harbor over Stanwood

Shorecrest over Shorewood

Marysville Pilchuck over Lake Washington

Squalicum over Marysville Getchell

Juanita over Lynnwood

Mountlake Terrace over Anacortes

Jackson over Cascade

Lynden over Archbishop Murphy

Sedro-Woolley over Lakewood

Bellingham over Cedarcrest

Sultan over Friday Harbor

Forks over Granite Falls

Cascade-Leavenworth over King’s

South Whidbey over Concrete

Coupeville over La Conner

Naselle over Darrington

Last week: 18-3, .857

Season: 50-17, .746

Tom Lafferty

KRKO 1380 AM

Meadowdale over Edmonds-Woodway

Snohomish over Everett

Glacier Peak over Kamiak

Monroe over Mariner

Lake Stevens over Mount Vernon

Ferndale over Arlington

Oak Harbor over Stanwood

Shorecrest over Shorewood

Marysville Pilchuck over Lake Washington

Squalicum over Marysville Getchell

Juanita over Lynnwood

Mountlake Terrace over Anacortes

Jackson over Cascade

Lynden over Archbishop Murphy

Lakewood over Sedro-Woolley

Cedarcrest over Bellingham

Friday Harbor over Sultan

Forks over Granite Falls

Cascade-Leavenworth over King’s

South Whidbey over Concrete

Coupeville over La Conner

Naselle over Darrington

Last week: 15-6, .714

Season: 39-28, .582

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