Football results: Week 5

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Following are the prep football results from Oct. 3-5 for the teams the Reporter and Record newspapers cover:

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North Creek 19

Inglemoor 0

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Woodinville 49

Redmond 7

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Bothell 41

Skyline 7

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Eastlake 24

Mount Si 18

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Bellevue 42

Lake Washington 21

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Issaquah 7

Newport 6

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Mercer Island 42

Interlake 6

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Liberty 14

Juanita 7

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Nathan Hale 38

Sammamish 28

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Cedar Park Christian 55

Granite Falls 29

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Cascade Christian 48

Bellevue Christian 6

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**Results were listed on the KingCo/MaxPreps sites or team Twitter/Facebook pages.

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