Jackson’s Brendan Sandico looks for running room against Stanwood during last week’s game in Everett. (Katie Webber / The Herald)

Jackson’s Brendan Sandico looks for running room against Stanwood during last week’s game in Everett. (Katie Webber / The Herald)

Which prep football teams are favored to win this week?

Check out this week’s picks by The Herald’s four prognosticators

Cameron Van Til, Herald Writer

Meadowdale over Shorewood

Hockinson over Archbishop Murphy

Bishop Blanchet over Cascade

Woodinville over Monroe

Ballard over Mariner

North Kitsap over Kamiak

Jackson over Mount Rainier

Lake Stevens over Lincoln

Glacier Peak over Snohomish

Shorecrest over Edmonds-Woodway

Marysville Getchell over Stanwood

Marysville Pilchuck over Oak Harbor

Squalicum over Arlington

Everett over Lynnwood

Ingraham over Mountlake Terrace

Nooksack Valley over Granite Falls

Lakewood over Bellingham

Cashmere over Sultan

Lakeside over King’s

Darrington over Seattle Lutheran

Last week: 17-2, .895

Season: 17-2, .895

Zac Hereth, Herald Writer

Meadowdale over Shorewood

Hockinson over Archbishop Murphy

Bishop Blanchet over Cascade

Woodinville over Monroe

Ballard over Mariner

North Kitsap over Kamiak

Mount Rainier over Jackson

Lake Stevens over Lincoln

Glacier Peak over Snohomish

Shorecrest over Edmonds-Woodway

Stanwood over Marysville Getchell

Marysville Pilchuck over Oak Harbor

Arlington over Squalicum

Lynnwood over Everett

Ingraham over Mountlake Terrace

Nooksack Valley over Granite Falls

Lakewood over Bellingham

Cashmere over Sultan

Lakeside over King’s

Darrington over Seattle Lutheran

Last week: 16-3, .842

Season: 16-3, .842

Steve Willits, Co-Host of Prep Sports Weekly

Meadowdale over Shorewood

Hockinson over Archbishop Murphy

Bishop Blanchet over Cascade

Woodinville over Monroe

Ballard over Mariner

North Kitsap over Kamiak

Jackson over Mount Rainier

Lake Stevens over Lincoln

Glacier Peak over Snohomish

Shorecrest over Edmonds-Woodway

Stanwood over Marysville Getchell

Marysville Pilchuck over Oak Harbor

Squalicum over Arlington

Lynnwood over Everett

Ingraham over Mountlake Terrace

Nooksack Valley over Granite Falls

Lakewood over Bellingham

Cashmere over Sultan

Lakeside over King’s

Darrington over Seattle Lutheran

Last week: 15-4, .789

Season: 15-4, .789

Tom Lafferty, KRKO Radio

Meadowdale over Shorewood

Hockinson over Archbishop Murphy

Bishop Blanchet over Cascade

Woodinville over Monroe

Ballard over Mariner

North Kitsap over Kamiak

Mount Rainier over Jackson

Lake Stevens over Lincoln

Glacier Peak over Snohomish

Shorecrest over Edmonds-Woodway

Stanwood over Marysville Getchell

Marysville Pilchuck over Oak Harbor

Squalicum over Arlington

Lynnwood over Everett

Ingraham over Mountlake Terrace

Nooksack Valley over Granite Falls

Lakewood over Bellingham

Cashmere over Sultan

King’s over Lakeside

Seattle Lutheran over Darrington

Last week: 13-6, .684

Season: 13-6, .684

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