It’s a showdown of teams undefeated in league play.
Friday, Kamiak (4-1) hosts Edmonds-Woodway (5-0) in a game that could decide WesCo 4A South.
Both teams have big-impact players. Kamiak’s Austin Hall, Tyler Becker and Henderson Belk, along with special teams and defense have been huge in their games this season. Edmonds-Woodway’s Mac Mclachan, Davis Giles and Junior Opoku-Mensa have been scoring machines.
Although Kamiak has been nursing some injuries, coach Dan Mack said they’ve had a great week of practice in preparing for the game against a team he described as very talented.
“It’s going to come down to blocking and tackling,” Mack said. “The game will be determined at the line of scrimmage.”
More than once, Mack reiterated the importance of blocking and tackling in this game. Without effectively stopping the Edmonds-Woodway weapons, Kamiak won’t have a chance.
But the same goes for Edmonds-Woodway.
“We’re going to have to be at our best,” Mack said.