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David Krueger and Herald staff | dkrueger@heraldnet.com
Published: Monday, October 15, 2012, 4:39 p.m.
The Herald's Game of the Week


Vote for Game of the Week | Week 8

This week's Game of the Week vote is a two-game race.

With both the Wesco 4A North and South titles already wrapped up and the Cascade Conference championship still a week away, the Wesco 3A teams get their moment in the spotlight this week. In the South, Meadowdale and Glacier Peak square off in a battle against teams that are scuffling as of late. Meadowdale lost its first game of the season last Friday, losing 16-0 to Eastlake, while Glacier Peak struggled against Shorewood a week after losing its first game of the season to Bothell.

The top two teams in the North aren't having any problems. Marysville Pilchuck has outscored its opponents 230-43 to go 5-0 since losing to Lake Stevens in Week 2 and Oak Harbor is 4-0 since its loss to the Vikings. Both teams are led by potent rushing attacks and stout defenses. The game is in Oak Harbor, which gives the Wildcats a distinct advantage.

Vote for which game you think should be the game of the week. Voting closes on Thursday at 6 p.m.



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