SPORTS: This week’s high school football slate is shaping up
By Lee Horton
Peninsula Daily News
Print This | Email This
Most Popular this week
Clallam County Economic Development Council: 12 new businesses considering relocation to county (With full report online)
Most of the match-ups have been decided, but Neah Bay and Chimacum are waiting for the results of games that were played Tuesday night.
Neah Bay will play the winner of the game between Lopez and Evergreen Lutheran.
If Lopez wins, the Red Devils and Lobos will face off Saturday at 4 p.m. at Oak Harbor High School.
If Evergreen Lutheran beats Lopez, Neah Bay will play the Eagles at Muckleshoot Tribal’s field in Auburn.
The defending state champions have already routed both of their potential opponents this year. They beat Evergreen Lutheran 54-8 in September and shut out Lopez 50-0 earlier this month.
Saturday at 7 p.m., Chimacum will host the loser of the first half of the three-way tiebreaker game between Meridian and Coupeville. The winner of the first two quarters will move on to play Blaine in the second half.
Quilcene is one of only two playoff teams from the North Olympic Peninsula. It will play Lummi in Bellingham on Friday night at 7 p.m.
As reported in the Peninsula Daily News on Tuesday, Port Townsend will host Nooksack Valley in a crossover game with the 1A Northwest Football League. The game will be played at Memorial Field on Friday at 6 p.m.
In 1B crossover action, Clallam Bay will host Rainier Christian and Crescent will play at Muckleshoot Tribal. Both games will be played Friday at 6 p.m.
Riders won’t play
Port Angeles athletic director Dwayne Johnson has informed the PDN that the Roughriders have joined Sequim and Forks in electing not to play this week, citing a lack of varsity players available.
Last modified: October 30. 2012 6:12PM