Football: Week 3 Pick ‘em

Washington junior quarterback Simon Ma looks toward the sideline again against Oakland on Saturday at Washington High School. (Photo by Aaron Perez)

Every week, members of the staff, other local media members and one of our commenters will make predictions on the weekend’s games featuring our local San Francisco teams. Please feel free to make your own picks in the comment section and discuss the week’s games.

Nobody went worse than 8-2 last week, but in a light week, there will likely be even less movement, with only the commenters straying from the pack by picking Potter Valley over Stuart Hall and Bonta the only one to pick Galileo over Berean Christian.

Mitch Stephens did move into a first-place tie with Dylan Kruse in the top spot with a 9-1 record last week. Josh Levine and the commenters also gained some ground with 9-1 weeks.

Dylan Kruse — Sports Editor, San Francisco Examiner (Last week’s record: 8-2, Overall: 25-5)
McClymonds 42, Marshall 17
Stuart Hall 42, Potter Valley 38
Berean Christian 34, Galileo 20
Washington 23, Irvington 16

Mitch Stephens — Senior writer/columnist, (Last week’s record: 9-1, Overall: 25-5)
McClymonds 35, Marshall 21
Stuart Hall 35, Potter Valley 28
Berean Christian 28, Galileo 26
Washington 42, Irvington 14

Weekly Commenter — Observer (Last week’s record: 9-1, Overall: 24-6)
McClymonds 50, Marshall 14
Potter Valley 48, Stuart Hall 42
Berean Christian 28, Galileo 14
Washington 35, Irvington 22

Jeremy Balan — Editor, (Last week’s record: 8-2, Overall: 21-9)
McClymonds 49, Marshall 20
Stuart Hall 42, Potter Valley 34
Berean Christian 27, Galileo 20
Washington 30, Irvington 20

Josh Levine — Writer, (Last week’s record: 9-1, Overall: 19-11)
McClymonds 63, Marshall 14
Stuart Hall 31, Potter Valley 10
Berean Christian 21, Galileo 14
Washington 24, Irvington 20

Bonta Hill — Writer, (Last week’s record: 8-2, Overall: 17-13)
McClymonds 40, Marshall 6
Stuart Hall 35, Potter Valley 34
Galileo 24, Berean Christian 22
Washington 36, Irvington 22

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