How the Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in Week 9: Most 2019 district playoff matchups are set

Here’s a look at how Scorebook Live’s Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in games played Oct. 31-Nov. 2 (Week 9). These are our statewide all-classification rankings.

Most Week 10 district playoff matchups have been set. Game times and dates will be finalized on Sunday.

HOW THE ALL-CLASS TOP 25 FARED

1. Lake Stevens, 9-0 (4A) beat Mariner 62-0

The Vikings finished the regular season with their third consecutive shutout.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Tahoma, Nov. 8 or 9

2. O’Dea, 8-0 (3A) bye week

The 3A Metro League champs had a week off to get healthy for the playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Ferndale, Nov. 8 or 9

3. Eastside Catholic, 7-1 (3A) bye week

The Crusaders had a week off to get ready for the 3A district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Gig Harbor, Nov. 8 or 9

4. Graham-Kapowsin, 9-0 (4A) beat Sumner 28-14

The Eagles put an exclamation point on an undefeated regular season and 4A SPSL title.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Mount Vernon, Nov. 8 or 9

5. Kennedy Catholic, 9-0 (4A) beat Federal Way 42-28

The Lancers survived a scare vs. Federal Way, now move on to the playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. North Creek, Nov. 8 or 9

6. Camas, 9-0 (4A) beat Union 28-14

Friday night’s win clinched the 4A Greater St. Helens League title for the Papermakers, and the top seed heading into the district playoff round. Union (5-4) will be the No. 3 seed.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Olympia, Nov. 8 or 9

7. Woodinville, 8-1 (4A) beat Skyline 21-14

The Falcons held off Skyline, now they wait to see what happens with Mount Si on Saturday night. They will either be the No. 3 or No. 4 seed out of the 4A KingCo.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Emerald Ridge, Nov. 8 or 9

8. Tumwater, 9-0 (2A) beat Centralia 62-7

The T-Birds scored 50+ points for the sixth time this season. On to the playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Columbia River, Nov. 8 or 9

9. Chiawana, 8-1 (4A) beat Pasco 34-0

The Riverhawks’ defense came up big again. Now they get Mead in the district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Mead, Nov. 8, 6 p.m. (Edgar Brown Stadium)

10. Lincoln, 7-2 (3A) beat Bethel 35-21

Running back Abner Sio rushed for 184 yards on 22 carries, and quarterback Caden Filer tossed three touchdown passes for Lincoln, who won the 3A Pierce County League title.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Rainier Beach, Nov. 8 or 9

11. Puyallup, 8-1 (4A) beat Rogers 59-13

The Vikings made quick work of Rogers. Now they get Auburn Mountainview in the district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Auburn Mountainview, Nov. 8 or 9

12. Hockinson, 8-1 (2A) beat Ridgefield 47-25

The Hawks won their sixth consecutive 2A GSHL title.

Up next: TBD

13. Eastlake, 7-2 (4A) lost to No. 14 Bothell 47-24

Grady Robison, the Montana State commit, rushed for 120 yards and passed for 131, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Bothell’s potent offense.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Sumner, Nov. 8 or 9

(Photo by Vince Miller)

14. Bothell, 7-2 (4A) beat No. 13 Eastlake 47-24

Scoring 33 unanswered points to erase a first-half deficit, Bothell turned away Eastlake in the KingCo championship game Thursday night at Pop Keeney Stadium.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Beamer, Nov. 8 or 9

(Photo by Vince Miller)

15. Bethel, 6-3 (3A) lost to No. 10 Lincoln 35-21

The Braves’ only losses are to No. 1 O’Dea, No. 3 Lincoln, and 4A No. 3 Kennedy Catholic. They are the PCL’s No. 2 seed in the district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Blanchet, Nov. 8 or 9

16. Mount Si, 7-2 (4A) beat Inglemoor 39-0

With a shutout of Inglemoor on Saturday night Mount Si clinched the No. 3 seed out of the 4A KingCo.

Up next: District playoffs at Monroe, Nov. 8 or 9

17. Mount Spokane, 7-2 (3A) beat Shadle Park 42-8

The Wildcats will have their hands full with Kamiakin RB ‘Big Tuna’ Altahir in the district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Kamiakin, Nov. 8, 6 p.m. (Joe Albi Stadium)

18. Skyview, 7-2 (4A) beat Heritage 56-17

The Storm jumped out to a 49-3 halftime lead and cruised in their regular season finale.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Federal Way, Nov. 8 or 9

19. Mead, 7-2 (4A) beat Ferris 21-16

The Panthers survived an elimination game and will move on to the district playoffs to face Chiawana.

Up next: District playoffs at Chiawana, Nov. 8, 6 p.m. (Edgar Brown Stadium)

20. Monroe, 7-2 (4A) beat Cascade 51-6

Garrett Fuller rushed for 130 yards and two touchdowns as the Bearcats locked up the WesCo’s No. 2 seed. They will face Mount Si in the district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Mount Si, Nov. 8 or 9

21. Kentwood, 7-2 (4A) beat Decatur 49-21

Kentwood cruised in a North Puget Sound League crossover game.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Glacier Peak, Nov. 8 or 9

22. Bellevue, 7-2 (3A) beat Mercer Island 53-14

Bellevue is peaking at the right time. They will host Meadowdale in the district playoffs.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Meadowdale, Nov. 8 or 9

23. Marysville-Pilchuck, 9-0 (3A) beat Snohomish 52-3

The undefeated Tomahawks seize the No. 1 seed in the 3A Wesco.

Up next: District playoffs vs. Ballard, Nov. 8 or 9

24. Ferris, 7-2 (4A) lost to No. 19 Mead 21-16

The Saxons’ 2019 season came to an abrupt end Friday night. Gonzaga Prep and Mead will move on to represent the 4A Greater Spokane League in the playoffs.

25. Royal, 9-0 (1A) beat College Place 76-7

The Knights scored 70+ points for the second time this season. They will face the West No. 4 seed in the district playoffs

Up next: District playoffs vs. West No. 4, Nov. 8, 7 p.m.

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