Ethan Moczulski, Gunnar Genoway headline Top 10 plays from Week 7 of Washington high school football season

A decisive go-ahead game-winning interception in a bitter 4A KingCo showdown. A kicker’s game-altering heroics in a Greater Spokane League rivalry. A back-and-forth running back clinic in the 4A Wesco.

With lots on the line and plenty of highlights to choose from in final weeks of the spring 2021 Washington high school football season, we compiled our Top 10 plays of the week from games that took place between March 29 and April 3.

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SBLive’s Top 10 plays of Week 7

Top 10 countdown

10. Skyview’s Xavier Owens pulls of 58-yard punt return for touchdown in a win over Battle Ground. Video credit: BGTV 27.

9. Camas’ Jacques Badolato-Birdsell, a Nevada commit and all-state running back, suits up and takes final knee on senior night amid ACL surgery recovery.

8. Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) wideout Logan Allen turns reception into an 80-yard touchdown in a loss to Riverside.

7. Union wideout Tobias Merriweather returns kickoff for touchdown and throws a touchdown pass in win over Marysville-Pilchuck.

6. Ingraham’s Nash Pearson take interception 98 yards for a touchdown against Roosevelt.

5. Kamiakin’s Messiah Jones picks off a pass in the red zone and runs it back 88 yards, a momentum-shifting moment in a win over Kennewick. (3 OBSERVATIONS/PHOTO GALLERY)

4. James Yoon’s 44-yard field goal lifts Jackson to a win over Everett.

3. Lake Stevens sophomore Jayden Limar dazzles, Glacier Peak senior Ryan Black gives one last dominant rushing performance as the top teams in the 4A Wesco post a highlight-filled season finale. Video credit: STSPN Sports. (5 OBSERVATIONS/HIGHLIGHTS)

2. Mt. Spokane’s Ethan Moczulski kicked a 55-yard field goal, one of three makes on the night, to lead the Wildcats over rival Mead, 16-9, in the Battle of the Bell. (PHOTO GALLERY)

1. Gunnar Genoway’s 72-yard interception return for touchdown gives Bothell the lead against rival Woodinville. (5 OBSERVATIONS/HIGHLIGHTS)

(Photo by Erik Smith)

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