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SLIDESHOW: High School Football - Week 3

© Genesee beat Garfield-Palouse 32-8 in a game that got moved to the Kibbie Dome (Photo: SWX) © Genesee beat Garfield-Palouse 32-8 in a game that got moved to the Kibbie Dome (Photo: SWX)

Mead earned its way into the top spot in the SWX Pick 6 Power Rankings by beating Lewis & Clark 41-7.

Central Valley put Mt. Spokane away 33-17 to improve to 2-1. Their only loss is to Ferris in Week 1.

West Valley won its second in a row, beating Sandpoint 35-14. Colton managed to score 74 points against Mullan in a huge win. And Touchet beat Odessa-Harrington 60-42 in a high-scoring affair.

And in a game that got moved to the Kibbie Dome because of the poor air quality, Genesee beat Garfield-Palouse 32-8.

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