Watch: Jackson Proctor, Jason Brown headline Top 10 Plays from Week 8 of Washington high school football season

A game-winning quarterback scamper. A freshman phenom putting his stamp on the state’s preeminent powerhouse rivalry. A blocked punt recovery in the Metro League semifinals.

As the last set of leagues are finishing their spring 2021 Washington high school football seasons, we compiled our Top 10 plays of the week from games that took place between April 5-10.

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7. A week after kicking a 55-yard field goal to help lead Mt. Spokane past Central Valley in the Battle of the Bell, Ethan Moczulski boots another one in a win over Lewis & Clark.

6. Ryan McKenna runs in two fourth quarter touchdowns to help Gonzaga Prep pull away from Central Valley.

5. First, Nate Beck dimed up Blake Peterson for a 31-yard touchdown pass on 4th and 17 to put Kentlake up, 7-0. Then, Auburn Mountainview got the game-winning stop to win 14-7 and clinch a 3A NPSL title.

4. Garfield’s Calvin Barnes takes interception 72 yards for touchdown to kick off offense onslaught in win over Roosevelt.

3. Kendin Alexander blocks punt, Henry McNaul scoops up the touchdown to help lift Seattle Prep to a 30-25 win over Ballard in Metro League semifinals.

2. O’Dea freshman Jason Brown runs in 50-yard game-sealing touchdown in 31-14 Metro League semifinal win over Eastside Catholic.

1. Jackson Proctor’s long scramble with two seconds left lifts Kentwood to a win over Tahoma. (Credit: Northwest Ballers / @NWBallers1)

(Lead photo by Vince Miller)

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