Prep football: Marysville Getchell 27, Shorecrest 16

SHORELINE — Marysville Getchell quarterback Taylor Koellmer threw two touchdown passes and Austin Miller, Collin Montez and Wil Owens had one rushing touchdown each as a Marysville Getchell defeated Shorecrest in a Wesco 3A crossover game. Scots quarterback Nik Hendricks threw for a touchdown to go along with his one-yard rushing score in the loss.

At Shoreline Stadium

Marysville Getchell8676—27


MG—Kaleb Seymer 20 pass from Taylor Koellmer (2 PAT)

SC—Torsen Etscheid 31 FG

SC—Brantle Harris 7 rec from Nik Hendricks (2 PAT fail)

MG—Austin Miller 15 pass from Koellmer (2 PAT)

MG—Collin Montez 8 run (kick good)

SC—Hendricks 1 run (Epsheid kick)

MG—Wil Owens 29 run (kick failed)

Records—Marysville Getchell 2-3 league, 4-4 overall. Shorecrest 0-5, 1-7.

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