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David Krueger and Herald staff | dkrueger@heraldnet.com
Published: Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 2:59 p.m.

Prep football playoff breakdown

Here's a look at how the quad-district matchups should shake out after this Friday's games:

Class 4A

Edmonds-Woodway-Lake Stevens winner hosts Kingco 5 (Newport-Woodinville winner)

Edmonds-Woodway-Lake Stevens loser hosts SPSL South 3 (Federal Way-Curtis loser)

Cascade-Monroe winner travels to SPSL North 2 (Auburn, Auburn-Riverside or Kentwood)

Cascade-Monroe loser travels to GSHL 1 (Camas -- yikes!)

Kamiak-Arlington winner travels to Narrows 1 (Gig Harbor-Bellarmine Prep winner)

Class 3A

Marysville Pilchuck-Glacier Peak winner hosts Metro 5 (Blanchet-Chief Sealth winner)

Marysville Pilchuck-Glacier Peak loser hosts Narrows 3 (Timberline, Wilson or Lincoln)

Meadowdale-Oak Harbor winner hosts Kingco 2 (Mount Si*)

Meadowdale-Oak Harbor loser or Ferndale if it beats Anacortes travels to Kingco 1 (Bellevue -- yikes!)

Meadowdale-Oak Harbor loser or Ferndale if it loses to Anacortes travels to Narrows 1 (Timberline or Lincoln)

Stanwood-Mountlake Terrace winner travels to GSHL 1 (Columbia River-Mountain View winner)

* likely


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