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Vote: Who had the top Washington high school football play of Week 9?

SBLive chose 10 standout plays from the ninth week of the 2023 Washington high school football season. Which one deserves top billing?
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Which play from Week 9 of the 2023 Washington high school football season was the best? Scoop-and-scores, overtime wins and more were among the top plays.

Cast your vote below. Voting ends on Friday at 10 a.m. and the winner will be announced shortly thereafter.

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SBLive’s Top 10 plays of Week 9

10. In what's already been a solid season for Decatur, the Gators made it even sweeter in their first win against Federal Way in more than 30 years. Jaliel Anderson sealed the deal with his interception in the fourth quarter.

9. Not a lot went right for Heritage against Prairie last week, but the Timberwolves were still able to find the end zone with Baron Graham's 87-yard pass to Hunter Renteria for a touchdown.

8. In the right place at the right time in a tight game, Lynden's Isaiah Oudman found himself in the passing lane and tipped the ball in the air, flipped around and gathered it to secure the second-half interception.

7. The final score might have popped off the page on its own, but Timberline's Cedric Ragland's 58-yard touchdown on a screen pass certainly stood out as he made one move inside to make a man miss and sprinted the rest of the way for the score.

6. Make that two consecutive weeks where Puyallup kicker Luke Faccone has come up big for the Vikings. In an upset of Curtis in overtime, Faccone converted the game-winning field goal from 34 yards out.

5. Mount Si's Beau Phillips is one of the top playmakers in the 4A KingCo and he put further truth to that against Bothell where he somehow managed to dodge, weave and run by every defender during this 25-yard touchdown run.

4. Early in its game against Burlington-Edison, Archbishop Murphy got a shot to the arm in the form of Jayden Madison, who picked up a short kickoff and ran it back 85 for a touchdown.

3. If you can keep track of where the ball initially goes on this Franklin Pierce run, you'll also be asking yourself how running back Christian Goode found a way to stay upright before breaking out for a 47-yard score.

2. Another week - another Graham-Kapowsin skill player makes an outstanding play. This time it was Malachi Durant who managed to get a foot down up against the back of the end zone for an Eagles' touchdown.

1. In the biggest game around the state last week, undefeated Anacortes was looking to keep its season perfect with two-time defending champion Lynden left in its way. Rylin Lang made the play of the game, hauling in this 18-yard touchdown pass in the back of the end zone.