Which Washington High School Football Season Week 11 game was the best? The defense and special teams game highlighted the best plays of week 11.
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SBLive’s Top 10 Games of Week 11
10. In order to pull off the La Center upset, Cashmere was going to have to come up with a big play or two. Linebacker Josh Meros the pick-6 at the end of the first half was a game-changer.
9. After initially lining up to throw a field goal to end the first half, Mount Baker changed his mind and went for the touchdown instead. It worked like Landon Smith connected with Landen-Hanstead for the rating.
8. Replacement for an ill Jason Brown, running back O’Dea Sirkeenan Hart intensified with a huge night. His 51-yard touchdown in the second half earned the Fighting Irish three points.
7. Emerald Ridge Logan Lisherness played on both sides of the ball against Eastlake. His interception in the fourth quarter set up an eventual touchdown by him that made it a two-point game down.
6. Having to hit the road, Gonzaga Prep took a trip to Kamiakin. Holding a slim lead in the third quarter, William Alexander Durr walked past a pass and brought it back 38 years back for a touchdown.
5. It was a dominating effort by Eastside Catholic the entire game against Spanaway Lake, but linebacker At Wassie Lugolobi’s Scoop-and-score was best of all in the Crusaders’ shutout victory.
4. Chiawana’s special teams unit made special plays. First it was Azure-Pryce Hunter running back a punt for a score. Then it was Justin Weber get into the action by executing a punt himself.
3. No, that’s not the way Ferndale wrote it, but the punter Finkbonner Phoenix saw three guys running right at him and decided to shoot the ball and run all the way down the sideline for the Golden Eagles score.
2. With Skyview forming a return offer, defensive back Graham-Kapowsin Vinicio Hansen brought it all to a screeching halt, popping a route for the interception and sending it back around 85 yards for an Eagles touchdown with four minutes left.
1. He will not be arrested. Yelm wide receiver Kyler Ronquillo passed just outside the 10-yard line and refused to go down, getting rid of the two Southridge defenders to score.