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October 24, 2014 at 12:19 PM

How to track this weekend’s games

The playoff picture is starting to come together¬†—¬†kind of, sort of, a little bit. There was at least one game that decided a league champion last night. Let’s get to it.

First off, our thoughts are with the Marysville-Pilchuck community. Obviously, the Tomahawks’ football game against Oak Harbor will most likely not be played tonight

– Emerald Ridge (6-2, 5-0) continues to be the surprise of the SPSL 4A, as it captured its first-ever league title on Thursday night, wrapping up the South Division with a 36-24 win over Curtis. The win is the sixth straight for the Jaguars and a school record, writes King 5.

– Also last night, O’Dea wrapped up second in the Metro Mountain with a 59-7 win over Lakeside. The Lions still don’t know what seed it will be for the Metro playoffs, as it depends on the Bishop Blanchet-Seattle Prep matchup.

– Other ranked 3A teams, Peninsula and Kennedy, also were victorious on Thursday.

Matt Massey will be at Lake Stevens-Kamiak, Doug Drowley will be at Auburn Mountainview-Auburn, Sandy Ringer will be at Federal Way-Beamer and I’ll be at Mount Si-Newport.

– Graham-Kapowsin at Rogers will be broadcast on 1180 AM at 7 p.m.

– Lake Stevens at Kamiak will be broadcast on 1380 AM at 7 p.m.

– The NFHS game this week will be Bonney Lake at Sumner, which starts at 7 p.m.

– The News Tribune has week 8 games to watch, including Federal Way-Beamer.

– The Olympian has three games to watch.

– No. 5 Hockinson has allowed one offensive touchdown this season, but faces a tough test in undefeated No. 7 Woodland, reports The Columbian.

– Ferris-Central Valley will be streamed live on NW Preps Now.

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