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Originally published Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 8:29 PM

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This weekend's Top Ticket football games

A look at some of this weekend's top high-school football playoff games.

Top Tickets (this weekend's big games)

Skyline at Roosevelt | Friday, 7 p.m., Memorial Stadium (Seattle) | Pick: Skyline, 49-14

Roosevelt's dream season comes to an end at hands of state's best Class 4A team.

Federal Way at Camas | Saturday, 5 p.m., Doc Harris Stadium (Camas) | Pick: Federal Way, 45-42

Eagles hope to turn into Paper-shredders in battle of unbeaten 4A heavyweights.

Eastside Catholic at Marysville-Pilchuck | Saturday, 7 p.m., Quil Ceda Stadium | Pick: E. Catholic, 35-28

One simple reason for an Eastside Catholic win: Crusaders' rugged defense.

Kennedy Catholic at Mount Si (Snoqualmie) | Saturday, 7:30 p.m. | Pick: Mount Si, 35-10

Wildcats beat Lancers 30-0 in Week 1, and not much will change in Week 12.

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Skyline at Roosevelt, Friday, 7 p.m., Memorial Stadium (Seattle)

Pick: Skyline, 49-14

Comment: Roosevelt's dream season comes to an end at hands of state's best Class 4A team.

Federal Way at Camas, Saturday, 5 p.m., Doc Harris Stadium (Camas)

Pick: Federal Way, 45-42

Comment: Eagles hope to turn into Paper-shredders in battle of unbeaten 4A heavyweights.

Eastside Catholic at Marysville-Pilchuck, Saturday, 7 p.m., Quil Ceda Stadium (Marysville)

Pick: E. Catholic, 35-28

Comment: One simple reason for an Eastside Catholic win: Crusaders' rugged defense.

Kennedy Catholic at Mount Si (Snoqualmie), Saturday, 7:30 p.m.

Pick: Mount Si, 35-10

Comment: Wildcats beat Lancers 30-0 in Week 1, and not much will change in Week 12.

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