Washington prep football how fared

CLASS 4A

1. Camas (3-0) beat Auburn Mountainview 69-24.

2. Ferris (2-1) lost to Gonzaga Prep 38-35.

3. Federal Way (2-1) lost to Graham-Kapowsin 39-21.

4. Skyline (2-1) beat Eastlake 21-6.

5. Bellarmine Prep (3-0) beat Central Kitsap 41-0.

6. Chiawana (3-0) beat Richland 42-7.

7. Jackson (2-1) lost to Glacier Peak 49-35.

8. Graham-Kapowsin (3-0) beat Federal Way 39-21.

9. Eastlake (2-1) lost to Skyline 21-6.

10. Mead (3-0) beat Lewis and Clark 21-7.

CLASS 3A

1. Bellevue (3-0) beat Sammamish 49-0.

2. O’Dea (3-0) beat Issaquah 51-26.

3. Marysville-Pilchuck (3-0) beat Snohomish 48-17.

4. Mount Si (3-0) beat Juanita 23-14.

5. Eastside Catholic (2-1) beat Lake City, Idaho, 34-30.

6. Glacier Peak (3-0) beat Jackson 49-35.

7. Kamiakin (3-0) beat Sunnyside 51-6.

8. Shadle Park (2-1) beat University 40-17.

9. Juanita (2-1) lost to Mount Si 23-14.

10. Lincoln (3-0) beat Mount Tahoma 64-0.

CLASS 2A

1. Lynden (3-0) beat Mount Baker 27-20.

2. Tumwater (3-0) beat Inglemoor 41-24.

3. Othello (2-1) lost to Prosser 27-16.

4. Burlington-Edison (2-1) lost to Mount Vernon 27-7.

5. Sumner (3-0) beat Steilacoom 28-6.

6. Lakewood (3-0) beat Blaine 46-17.

7. W. F. West (3-0) beat Astoria, Ore., 41-15.

8. Ellensburg (3-0) beat Selah 53-0.

9. East Valley (Spokane) (1-2) lost to Post Falls, Idaho, 21-15.

(tie) Prosser (2-1) beat Othello 27-16.

CLASS 1A

1. Zillah (3-0) beat Naches Valley 64-7.

2. Cascade Christian (3-0) beat Vashon Island 49-14.

3. Royal (3-0) beat Warden 35-7.

4. Woodland (3-0) beat Seton Catholic 74-0.

5. River View (3-0) beat Kiona-Benton 54-0.

6. Mount Baker (2-1) lost to Lynden 27-20.

7. Cashmere (2-1) beat Omak 40-6.

8. Montesano (2-1) beat Hoquiam 35-0.

9. LaCenter (3-0) beat Kalama 49-20.

(tie) Charles Wright Academy (3-0) beat Life Christian Academy 21-16

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