Which Washington High School Football Week 7 game was the best? One-handed grabs and special teams touchdowns were among the best plays.
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SBLive’s Top 10 Games of Week 7
10. Seeking to stay ahead in a rivalry game, Pe Ell-Willapa Valley crossed the line and blocked a Raymond South-Bend punt attempt in the third quarter. The Titans then capitalized on the short field to come up two scores.
9. Colville Quarterback Cale Roy had a great day against Class 2A Shadle Park where he threw four touchdowns and none were bigger than his strike for Emmet Marshall for the winning score.
8. Special players make special plays and Highline’s Markawn McCraney burned everyone on a punt return for a first-quarter touchdown that earned the Pirates two points.
7. Both hands are ideal, but King’s wide receiver Lucas Christensen showed they aren’t always needed when he made a pass into the corner of the end zone with a hand for a touchdown.
6. Further proving that you don’t need both hands all the time, wide receiver O’Dea Darien Maragh made the seemingly impossible landing easy, knocking her off one hand while falling to the ground.
5. At this point in the season, everyone knows how fast Monroe can start. This time around, the Bearcats scored before the offense even set foot on the field with Mason Davis kick off 90 yards from home.
4. Graham-Kapowsin’s is best to bring Jabez wood at the first opportunity you get. If you don’t, he’ll find a way to turn an ordinary room into something extraordinary. South Kitsap found that out the hard way on their punt return touchdown.
3. Skyview rode Camas early last week. As the Papermakers rolled onto the pitch at the end of the first half, Skyview’s Colby Warner ending any momentum being built with a 98-yard pick-6. (Video by Jason Puckett)
2. It’s no longer a surprise to hear Stanwood running back Ryder Bumgarner made the day of an opposing defense miserable. Marysville-Getchell was no exception, especially on a 99-yard touchdown run on the Spartans’ first offensive play.
1. Camas Quarterback Taylor Ioane shook off his rocky start against Skyview to help the Papermakers pull off the most incredible comeback of the weekend. His touchdown pass to Konnor Limnell with 7.6 seconds to go seal it. (Video by Will Denner/The Columbian)