Best prep performances for the week of Oct. 29-Nov.3
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Arlington quarterback Skylor Elgarico led the Eagles to a big upset over Kentwood this past weekend.
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Cascade's Claire Nelson (9) scored a pair of goals in each of the Bruins' district victories last week.
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Glacier Peak girls cross country runner Amy-Eloise Neale competes in the state cross country meet this past weekend. Neale won her third state championship in four years to lead the Grizzlies to a state title.
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Jackson's Aaron Roe (right) runs during the 4A boys race at the cross country state championships on Saturday.
Football | Arlington
The Eagles quarterback threw three touchdowns and rushed for 101 yards in the Arlington's 21-14 upset victory over fourth-ranked Kentwood in a quad-district playoff game on Friday night.
Counting the votes: Lake Stevens RB Austin Otis won the fan vote and received a vote from Herald writer Rich Myhre. Herald prep editor Aaron Swaney and Herald prep writers David Krueger and Mike Allende voted for Elgarico. Herald writer Aaron Lommers voted for Conor Plaisance.
Girls soccer | Cascade
The Bruins forward scored in both of her team's victories in the 4A District 1 tournament as Cascade took the district championship.
Volleyball | Monroe
The Bearcats setter averaged more than 40 assists in wins over Lynnwood and Kamiak as Monroe advanced to the championship game of the 4A District 1 tournament and qualified for the upcoming state tournament.
Girls swimming | Marysville Pilchuck
The Tomahawks swimmer won the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke and helped two MP relay teams (200 medley and 200 freestyle) qualify for state in Northwest 3A District 1 Swim and Dive meet.
Girls cross country | Glacier Peak
In her final official high school meet, the Grizzlies runner won the 3A individual state championship in a time of 17 minutes, 3.6 seconds and lead Glacier Peak to its second team state title in three years. She also verbally committed to run cross country for the University of Washington.
Boys cross country | Jackson
The Timberwolves harrier was the highest local finisher at the boys cross country state meet in Pasco over the weekend. Roe ran the 5,000-meter course in 15:35.7 to lead Jackson to a seventh-place finish.
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