Prep football: Marysville Pilchuck 58, Stanwood 24

STANWOOD — Marysville Pilchuck quarterback Jake Luton was 10-for-13 for 278 yards and three touchdowns and the Tomahawks offense rolled up 641 yards of total offense in their win over Stanwood. Luton connected with Chris Jones for two scores and also had an 86-yard TD pass to Austin Joyner. Joyner finished with 103 yards receiving and 113 yards rushing on six carries. Killian Page led the Tomahawks with 124 yards on the ground. Stanwood’s Laurence Wanambisi had eight receptions for 205 yards and one touchdown.

At Stanwood H.S.

Marysville Pilchuck2123140—58

Stanwood10707—24

MP—Chris Jones 48 pass from Jake Luton (Ryan Spiva kick)

S—Alex Esary 27 FG

MP—Austin Joyner 61 run (Spiva kick)

S—Connor Chitwood 27 pass from Drew Wright (Esary kick)

MP—Joyner 20 run (Spiva kick)

MP—Joyner 86 pass from Luton (Spiva kick)

S—Laurence Wanambisi 55 pass from Wright (Esary kick)

MP—Alex Gray 50 interception return (Spiva kick)

MP—Safety

MP—Jones 25 pass from Luton (Spiva kick)

MP—Killian Page 61 run (Spiva kick)

MP—Page 10 run (Spiva kick)

S—Jayce Wheeler 3 run (Esary kick)

Records—Marysville Pilchuck 2-0 league, 6-0 overall. Stanwood 1-2, 2-4.

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