Vote Now: Who Played the Best Washington High School Football Game in Week 8?

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Which Washington High School Football Season Week 8 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 8

10. Seeking to claim the absolute 3A/4A GSL title, Mount Spokane withstood the desperation of Gonzaga Prep with Kincaid Maverick picking up a pass with less than a minute left.

9. Hard to say many people saw Southridge knock Kennewick down last week, but the Suns quarterback Austin Guier and receiver Gunnar Beauchamp had other ideas with the winning touchdown.

8. The game didn’t start the way they had hoped, but quarterback Mark Morris Kellen Desbiens picked up his own fumble and found Cade Warren alone in the end zone for the score.

7. In an absolutely dominant Ferndale’s game Jacques Masonhe crossed the Stanwood line, raised his hand and got just enough to block the field goal attempt with time running out in the first half.

6. Graham-Kapowsin needed a lot to keep his 4A SPSL title hopes alive and Caden Smith fourth-quarter pick-6 just about put away Emerald Ridge in the Eagles’ upset victory over the Jaguars.

5. The problem was there from the start of the game with the snap navigating the Ephrata quarterback by Travis Hendrick head, but he picked it up, climbed up to his left, and fired the game-winning touchdown for Hudson Sager.

4. He makes a play every week, but Lincoln’s quarterback Gabarri Johnson surpassed himself. Taking the snap in his own end zone, Missouri’s commitment faced a free rusher coming right at him and somehow found a way to get the 31-yard pass for Drake Granberry.

3. Hoping to put Shadle Park’s 2A GSL title plans on hold, Clarkston was to receive a punt late in the game and Landon Taylor ran 74 yards the other way for the go-ahead and eventual winning score.

2. With the game tied and about a minute remaining on the clock, Washington opted to take a chance instead of heading to overtime. it paid off with Luke Elliott and Breydan Fisher tying for the 76-yard touchdown and run.

1. Rainier Beach cornerback Caleb Presley, an Oregon pledge, had his eyes and mind in the right place at the right time. A basket blocked by the Vikings bounced his way and he picked up the loose ball and returned it for a touchdown against Eastside Catholic.

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