Prep football: Jackson 48, Lynnwood 6

EVERETT — Conor Plaisance threw for 254 yards and four touchdowns and Trey Robinson had 160 yards receiving and two touchdowns and also returned an interception for a touchdown as Jackson beat Lynnwood 48-6 Friday night at Everett Memorial Stadium to finish its league season unbeaten.

Jackson, the Wesco 4A South No. 1 seed hosts 4A North No. 1 seed Monroe at Everett Memorial Stadium Friday night for the Wesco 4A championship.

Jackson’s Nick White ran out of the Wildcat formation a number of times and scored two touchdowns out of the formation, including a 36-yard scamper early in the fourth quarter.

Lynnwood’s Jordan Drew had a couple of big plays for the Royals. The senior running back caught a 72-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter and also had a 44-yard run late in the game.

At Everett Memorial Stadium



J—Foster 45 pass from Plaisance (Zeng kick)

J—Robinson 71 pass from Plaisance (Zeng kick)

J—White 5 run (Zeng kick)

J—Robinson 32 interception return (Zeng kick)

L—Drew 72 pass from Cachopo (kick failed)

J—Robinson 59 pass from Plaisance (Zeng kick)

J—Foster 18 pass from Plaisance (kick failed)

J—White 36 run (Zeng kick)

Records—Lynnwood 0-5 league, 1-7 overall. Jackson 5-0, 7-1.

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