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Anacortes football advances to first-ever state title game

Seahawks down Enumclaw 34-20 to advance to 2A state championship

Anacortes players converge on the ball for a fumble recovery Oct. 27 as Lynden’s Bradey Elsner watches the play. Anacortes is on to the 2A state championship game after defeating Enumclaw in the state semifinals
Anacortes players converge on the ball for a fumble recovery Oct. 27 as Lynden’s Bradey Elsner watches the play. Anacortes is on to the 2A state championship game after defeating Enumclaw in the state semifinals (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)

Anacortes football is headed to its first state championship game in program history following a  34-20 win over Enumclaw in the 2A state semifinals on Saturday, Nov. 25 at Anacortes High School.

The No. 2-seeded Seahawks (12-0) stayed undefeated with the win over No. 3 Enumclaw (12-1).

It was already the best season in program history for Anacortes as last week’s win gave the team its first-ever semifinal berth, and the Seahawks now have a chance to cap it off with a state title.

Anacortes will play the winner of No. 1 Tumwater (12-0) and No. 4 North Kitsap (12-1) in the 2A state championship at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2 at Husky Stadium in Seattle.

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