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High School Sports Blog

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

October 28, 2007 at 8:20 AM

11 teams wrap up undefeated regular seasons

Congratulations to the following area football teams, who finished this week undefeated. In notable games this weekend, O’Dea wrapped up the Metro title against Nathan Hale, Ferndale survived Mount Vernon in overtime, and Archbishop Murphy won the Cascade with a victory against South Whidbey.

Looking ahead in the playoffs, some of these teams could meet pretty early. Skyline and Lakes would meet in the so-called “first round,” which is actually the playoffs’ second round. Ferndale and Franklin would meet in the quarterfinals, if both teams made it that far. The same’s true with Bothell and Oak Harbor in Class 4A. There are plenty of teams ready to derail these meetings if they can.

One note: Cascade Christian hasn’t finished its season yet. It plays Life Christian on Thursday.

Class 4A

No. 2 Bothell

No. 3 Edmonds-Woodway

No. 4 Oak Harbor

Class 3A

No. 1 Lakes

No. 2 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 (hasn’t finished season yet)

Class 2B

No. 3 Darrington

Morning stars

1. Melissa Vonder Hofen, Archibishop Murphy, girls soccer. Scored four goals against South Whidbey.

2. Miles Unterreiner, Gig Harbor, boys cross country. Posted the best winning time of the day, 15:14, to win Westside Classic at American Lake Golf Course.

3. Ashleigh Pollard, Rogers, volleyball. Racked up 20 kills and 27 digs, but that Kentwood team is just too good. The Conquerors won in four games.



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