1. Grant Gellatly, Issaquah. Carried 27 times for 285 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-23 win against Redmond. His Eagles held serve, as did Skyline last night, setting up a great game between top-three teams next week at Issaquah that will decide the KingCo Crest division. By the way, Redmond might be the best 0-6 team in state history. That team was a good punt or two away from beating Prosser in week one.
2. Jake Allie, Lindbergh. It’s about time we gave some recognition to Allie, who has been a significant part of Lindbergh’s 5-1 start. On Friday night, Allie threw for 355 yards and four touchdowns in a 46-0 win against Mount Rainier. He completed 28 of 43 passes for Lindbergh, which runs the spread.
3. Tre Watson, Kennedy. Watson continued his excellent season, rushing for 247 yards and four TDs against Renton in a 36-8 win. This was actually a scoreless game at halftime, but Watson broke out eventually, running for TDs of 2, 15, 7 and 4 yards.