Vote Now: Who Played the Best Washington High School Football Game in Week 4?


Which Washington High School Football Week 4 game was the best? Defenders were flying into the end zones and several teams won in record time to move into the best of the past week.

Vote below. Voting ends Friday at 9 a.m. and the winner will be announced shortly after.

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SBLive’s Top 9 Games of Week 4

9. In a must-win match for Sumner against Puyallup, Diego Colley connected with Brayden Adcox for a huge gain to set up a crucial touchdown just before halftime that led to a resounding 40-10 win.

8. Trailing with less than a minute left in the game, Auburn QB Amari Goodfellow hit him for the win.

7. Kennedy Catholic’s victory was full of highlights, but LB Xe’ree Alexander made that interception and short return easy.

6. Down two points with just a few ticks remaining on the clock, Ingraham fires up after a field that gave the Rams the win over Lakeside.

5. In a home and away game, Kennewick QB André Breedlove found Dylin McIntyre all alone for the go-ahead score on fourth down with 33 seconds left.

4.Curtis Xavier Ahrens and Emerald Ridge Jacob Lane the two showed their awareness with a pair of 6-game picks in a 4A SPSL game on Thursday night.

3. It is better to conclude or Lind-Ritzville RB Brody Boness will make you pay like he did on a long catch and run for a touchdown.

2. Chiawana RB Ian Mohl didn’t hear a whistle, so he kept running to the end zone for a Riverhawks game-winning 71-yard score.

1. No score was bigger than Lynden Christian QB by Jeremiah Wright run with 20 seconds remaining that snapped defending Class 1A champion Royal’s 36-game winning streak.


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