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Originally published November 2, 2012 at 11:39 PM | Page modified November 3, 2012 at 3:21 PM

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2-Minute Drill: Friday's football highlights

A look at Friday night's standout performances and games.

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RARE TEST FOR EASTSIDE CATHOLIC?

EASTSIDE CATHOLIC and QB Trey Reynolds, coming off a 363-yard passing effort in the Metro title game, might finally be tested Saturday night. The No. 3 Crusaders (9-0) face Meadowdale (7-2), which has lost only to No. 6 Glacier Peak and 4A Eastlake.

STATEMENT GAMES

Arlington 21, Kentwood 14: Eagles' Austin Wells: "There's going to be a lot of people seeing the score and saying, 'No way.' "

Federal Way 24, Issaquah 14: Resourceful Federal Way survives injuries, turnovers, tough Issaquah.

Glacier Peak 28, Seattle Prep 0: Grizzlies can play a little D, too.

Bellevue 45, Lincoln 0: Honestly, Abes didn't have ghost of a chance.

DIFFERENCE MAKERS

Mario Gobbato, Blaine: Had 480 rushing yards to finish season with 2,821 — both state records.

Myles Jack, Bellevue: Six sacks in first half.

Zeek McNeal, Federal Way: Carried 20 times for 291 yards and a touchdown.

Skylor Elgarico and Austin Wells, Arlington: Elgarico had three TD passes, 313 total yards; Austin had two TD catches, late interception.

Brandon Pritchett, Clover Park: Had 220 yards on 37 carries, three touchdowns.

John Nguyen, Bellevue: Carried 11 times for 202 yards, three TDs.

Nick Mitchell, Mount Si: Passed for 273 yards and five touchdowns, ran for a score.

Alex Galgano, Archbishop Murphy: Almost 200 rushing yards, five TDs in less than three quarters.

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