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The final week of the abbreviated five-game Wesco season brought some intriguing matchups.
The Vikings run away with 28 fourth-quarter points and reaffirm their Wesco 4A supremacy in a 63-35 win.
The Knights cap an impressive turnaround with a 44-14 win and finish the season 4-0.
The final week of Wesco’s abbreviated season features a Lake Stevens-Glacier Peak showdown of unbeatens.
Highlights of the local high school football action as the season nears the finish line.
The Cougars erased an early 15-point hole and earned a 32-21 win to continue their impressive spring.
The Warriors have a big game on the ground and on defense in a 56-7 win.
In a statement, Stanwood High School said the game was called off due to “COVID exposure.”
Lakewood-Arch. Murphy, Lake Stevens-MP and GP-Monroe highlight Week 4 of Wesco’s abbreviated season.
Highlights of the local high school football action from Week 3 of the five-week sprint.
The Bruins move to 3-0 on the season and retain the second annual Mayor’s Cup with a 46-20 win.
The Tomahawks put the running clock in effect early in the second half and cruised to a 42-19 win.
GP-Murphy, MP-Arlington and Lake Stevens-Snohomish highlight Week 3 of Wesco’s abbreviated season.
Wesco rivalries take center stage in a heated week of football action.
Ryan Black broke 2 long TDs and the Grizzlies made a key goal-line stand in a 35-10 rivalry win.
The powerful Vikings roll to a 40-0 win in the 81st meeting of the two schools.
Week 2 of the abbreviated Wesco football season is highlighted by a handful of rivalry games.
Wesco football teams see their first game action in over a year.
Everything you need to know about Snohomish County high school football during this shortened season.
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