Top 10 plays in Washington high school football Week 4: Tenino’s Dylan Spicer channels DK Metcalf

Week 4 of the Washington high school football season featured plenty of great individual plays. SBLive compiled 10 of the best from all across the state in games that took place between Sept. 23-25.

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SBLive’s Top 10 plays of Week 4

Top 10 countdown

1.  Is that DK Metcalf? Tenino’s Dylan Spicer chases down Onalaska running back Marshall Haight to narrowly save a touchdown near the goal line after the halftime horn sounded to help set up a 20-14 comeback win. (Video source: Eli Sports Network/NFHS Network)

2.  Washington Patriots junior receiver Omarion Boston makes impressive one-handed touchdown catch in a 40-36 win over Clover Park. 

3.  Ethan Hogan’s 77-yard third quarter touchdown run pulls Peninsula ahead of Timberline in a 35-33 Seahawks win.

4.  Marysville-Pilchuck’s Gaylan Gray returns interception 19 yards for a touchdown in a 49-14 win over Glacier Peak.

5.  Sunnyside’s Noah McNair catches the game-winning touchdown pass from senior QB Logan Rodriguez with two seconds left to beat West Valley of Yakima 41-35.


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6.  Gabarri Johnson makes 70-yard touchdown pass to his top target Khaleel Robinson, then bursts out for a 60-yard run in a blowout win over Spanaway Lake.

7.  Eatonville senior LB Blain Hanly makes key interception to stop a 12-minute drive, help the Cruisers pull away from La Center.

8.  Luke Abshire hits Justin Finn for a 55-yard touchdown midway through Central Valley’s tightly contested win over Mt. Spokane in a 3A/4A Greater Spokane League tilt.

9.  Steilacoom’s Caleb Crider hits Cole Miller over the shoulder for a go-ahead touchdown in a 21-20 win over Orting. (Source: Joey Crider @joeybamafan)

10.  Skyline wideout/corner TJ Crandall reels in a 91-yard touchdown pass early in a loss to Mount Si. 

(Lead photo by Vince Miller)

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