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High School Sports Blog

The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area

October 21, 2007 at 10:11 AM

A dozen undefeated teams remaining

Only one undefeated team, South Whidbey, fell this weekend, but a couple came frighteningly close. Edmonds-Woodway had a challenge in Marysville-Pilchuck, but Bothell’s the team that had the biggest scare. At halftime, the Cougars trailed Inglemoor, and their undefeated record — and KingCo 4A championship– were on the line. But Bothell rallied for a 16-13 victory.

So, with one week of the regular season left, these are your area’s undefeated teams:

Area teams only. Ranking for 4A and 3A are by Seattle Times; 2A and lower are by The Associated Press.

Class 4A

No. 2 Bothell

No. 3 Edmonds-Woodway

No. 4 Oak Harbor

Class 3A

No. 1 Lakes

No. 3 Skyline

No. 4 O’Dea

No. 5 Ferndale

No. 6 Franklin Pierce

Class 2A

No. 3 Archbishop Murphy

Class 1A

No. 2 Meridian

No. 6 Cascade Christian

Class 2B

No. 3 Darrington

Morning stars

1. Yonaton Yilma, Edmonds-Woodway, boys cross-country. Broke the Lakewood course record with a time of 15 minutes, 39 seconds in WesCo South championship race.

2. Max Manthou, Kentwood, boys tennis. With his victory in the SPSL 4A championship Saturday, Manthou can start working on defending his state singles title next spring.

3. Vinny Papasedero, Bishop Blanchet, football. Ran for 141 yards and the go-ahead touchdown in 20-18 win against Bainbridge. Blanchet is only a win away from the postseason. It plays West Seattle next week for one of the Metro League’s playoff spots.



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