Arlington captures 3A playoff berth

ARLINGTON — Arlington locked up the second seed from the Wesco 3A Friday night, edging Marysville-Pilchuck 21-20 in a key Wesco North high school football game.

The win sends Arlington to Auburn for a quad-district playoff next week.

And Arlington did it all without starting quarterback Brandon Gunter and senior wide reciever Jerad Barber.

“Really pleased with our team effort tonight,” Arlington Coach Tim Tramp said.

Sophomore Jake Pardun started in place of Gunter and finished 10-16, with 127 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

The win didn’t come easy. Marysville-Pilchuck tied the game at 14-14 just before halftime off of Levi Cartas’s 85-yard kickoff return, then took a 20-14 lead in the third quarter off a 1-yard run from Shawn Delappe. Marysville-Pilchuck’s extra point attempt was blocked though, keeping the Tomahawks’ lead under a touchdown.

Arlington took the lead in the fourth when Chris Myers lofted a 59-yard completion to D.J. Lockwood on a half-back pass. The play set up a 3-yard touchdown run by Michael Keating. Danny Pierce’s extra point went through to give Arlington a 21-20 advantage.

“Pierce was huge for us,” Tramp said. Pierce connected on all three of his extra point attempts on a night when the Eagles blocked both of Marysville-Pilchuck’s extra point attempts.

Marysville-Pilchuck drove to Arlington’s 15-yard line with under a minute to play, but Alex Marshman picked off the Tomahawks’ next pass attempt, and Arlington ran the clock out.

At Larson Stadium



Arlington—Dolan 6 run (Pierce kick)

M-P–Sterly 2 run (kick blocked)

Arlington—Acker 16 pass from Pardun (Pierce Kick)

M-P—Cartas 85 kickoff return (Denay run)

M-P—Stell 1 run (Kick blocked)

Arlington—Keating 3 run (Pierce kick)

Records—M-P 4-4 league, 4-5 overall. Arlington 4-4, 4-5.

Snohomish 37, Monroe 26: At Snohomish, the Panthers did just enough to ensure a win, then let the starters rest in a Wesco North victory. Behind 169 yards rushing and four touchdowns from Derek Jones, the Panthers busted out to a 37-0 lead, before Monroe made the final closer with four unanswered touchdowns in the final quarter-and-a-half. Snohomish’s Miles Semanskee also rushed for 130 yards and found the end zone from 65 yards out on the first play from scrimmage.

At Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium



Snohomish—Semanskee 65 run (Wiseman kick)

Snohomish—Jones 35 run (Wiseman kick)

Snohomish—Jones 65 run (Wiseman kick)

Snohomish—Jones 1 run (kick blocked)

Snohomish—FG Wiseman 23

Snohomish—Jones 21 run (Wiseman kick)

Monroe—Sonneveldt 5 run (kick Monroe—Sonneveldt 1 run (run failed)

Monroe—Waltman 1 pass from Sonneveldt (kick)

Monroe—Waltman 7 pass from Sonneveldt (kick blocked)

Records—Monroe 0-8 league, 0-9 overall. Snohomish 7-1, 8-1.

Meadowdale 28, Shorewood 7: At Edmonds, Meadowdale running back Naji Moore carried 14 times for 157 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 72, 37 and 1 yards to lead the Mavericks to the Wesco South victory. Meadowdale quarterback Matt McDonagh completed six of 13 passes for 104 yards.Dorian Lair ran 30 times for 106 yards and scored Shorewood’s lone TD on a 4-yard run.

Meadowdale advances to the 3A quad-district as the Wesco 3A No. 1 seed and hosts the No. 3 seed from the South Puget Sound League next week.

At Edmonds Stadium



Meadowdale—Moore 72 run (Werner kick)

Meadowdale—Moore 37 run (Werner kick)

Meadowdale—Moore (1 run (Werner kick)

Meadowdale—Montanari 48 fumble return (Werner kick)

Shorewood—Lair 4 run (Lair kick)

Records—Shorewood 0-8 league, 0-9 overall. Meadowdale 5-3, 5-4.

Shorecrest 21, Mountlake Terrace 13: At Shoreline, Shorecrest running back Michael Harris caught two touchdown passes from Lars Swenson as Shorecrest won the Wesco South contest. However, an Arlington win over Marysville-Pilchuck eliminated Shorecrest from the playoffs. Swenson had 16 carries for 84 yards and completed seven of 15 passes for 110 yards.

Mountlake Terrace running back Billy Lechtenberg carried 26 times for 113 yards and quarterback Tony Ellersick was 3-for-11 for 101 yards.

At Shoreline Stadium

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Mountlake Terrace—Lechtenberg 2 run (Dalton kick)

Shorecrest—Harris 16 pass from Swenson (Harris kick)

Shorecrest—Harris 37 pass from Swenson (Harris kick)

Mountlake Terrace—FG Dalton 31

Mountlake Terrace—FGDalton 22

Shorecrest—Domanski 7 pass from Swenson (Harris kick)

Records—Shorecrest3-5 league, 3-6 overall. M. Terrace 1-7, 1-8.

Edmonds-Woodway 56, Jackson 21: At Everett, quarterback Kyle McCartney (six-for-nine, 175 yards, 2 TDs) led Edmonds-Woodway to a Wesco South victory. Tony Heard scored two touchdowns and had 17 carries for 143 yards as the Warriors ended the regular season undefeated. Jackson’s Taylor Cox had two touchdowns and 24 carries for 125 yards.

At Everett Memorial Stadium



E-W—Heard 25 run (Milone kick)

E-W—McCartney 7 run (Milone kick)

E-W—Heard 8 run (Milone kick)

E-W—Wafer 56 run reception from McCartney (Milone kick)

E-W—Wafer 61 pass from McCartney (Milone kick)

E-W—Lange 9 run (Milone kick)

E-W—Wafer 32 fumble return (Milone kick)

Jackson—Gray fumble recovery in endzone (Taylor kick)

Jackson—Cox 2 run (kick blocked)

E-W—Martin 52 run (Milone kick)

Jackson—Taylor 1 run (Carr pass from Kellington)

Records—E-W 7-0 league, 8-0 overall. Jackson 4-3, 4-4.

Stanwood 33 Lynnwood 27: At Edmonds, C.J. Tolbert scored three touchdowns in the Spartans’ Wesco North victory.

At Edmonds Stadium



Stanwood—Tolbert 18 run (kick failed)

Stanwood—Norman 1 run (kick failed)

Stanwood—Tolbert 5 run (Norbert 8 run)

Lynnwood—Fuentes 5 run (kick failed)

Lynnwood—Degraw 14 pass from Shippey (Hill pass from Shippey)

Stanwood—Hartzell 80 kick return (kick failed)

Stanwood—Tolbert 31 run (Pilcher kick)

Lynnwood—Hill pass from Shippey (McCann kick)

Lynnwood—Hill pass from Shippey (kick failed)

Records—Stanwood 2-7 overall. Lynnwood 2-7.

Granite Falls 28, King’s 15: At Shoreline, Jullian Gamache ran for 224 yards and two touchdowns on 34 carries for the Tigers and teammate Nick Mora made two interceptions in the Cascade Conference victory. Quarterback Kevin Tranter was 8-for-14 for 145 yards and a touchdown for the Knights. King’s receiver Alex Lehman had four catches for 46 yards and teammate John Burley had two for 86. King’s plays at Lynden Christian in a 1A District 1 playoff game at 7 p.m. Thursday. Granite Falls earned the conference’s No. 4 seed to the 2A district playoffs.

At Shoreline Stadium

Granite Falls02170—28


King’s—Safety (snap out of end zone)

King’s—Fuller 27 run (Berg kick)

G. Falls—Gamache 4 run (Howard kick)

G. Falls—Gamache 5 run (Howard kick)

G. Falls—Williams 7 pass from Howard (Howard kick)

G. Falls—Hunt 18 pass from Howard (Howard kick)

King’s—Ruger 19 pass from Tranter (run failed)

Records—G. Falls 3-4 league, 5-4 overall. King’s 0-7, 0-9.

Cedarcrest 16, Coupeville 7: At Coupeville, Cedarcrest scored two touchdowns and a field goal in the fourth quarter to win the Cascade Conference game. Quarterback James Smith (12-for-16, 79 yards passing) passed to Tyler Wilcox to give Coupeville the lead in the first quarter. The Red Wolves’ Daniel Campbell scored a 59-yard touchdown with 11:49 remaining in the game to start a 16-point Cedarcrest run.

At Coupeville High School

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Coupeville—Wilcox 11 pass from Smith (Manker kick)

Cedarcrest—Campbell 59 run (kick blocked)

Cedarcrest—FG Pleis 29

Cedarcrest—Stark 55 pass from Edwards (Pleis kick)

Records—Cedarcrest 6-1 league, 8-1 overall. Coupeville 2-5, 4-5.

Sultan 45, Lakewood 14: At Sultan, Cody Morgan rushed for 127 yards and three touchdowns (two rushing, one receiving) and quarterback Zack Beebe threw for 293 yards to lead Sultan to the Cascade Conference win. Justin Lane threw for two touchdowns for Lakewood.

At Sultan H.S.



Sultan—Morgan 5 run (Ramsey kick)

Sultan—Morgan 48 pass from Beebe (kick failed)

Sultan—Deveraux 3 run (kick failed)

Lakewood—Harkins 12 pass from Lane (kick failed)

Sultan—Thilmony 34 pass from Beebe (Ramsey kick)

Sultan—Nuyen 41 pass from Beebe (kick failed)

Lakewood—Stauffer 69 pass from Lane (Harkins pass from Lane)

Sultan—Morgan 2 run (Ramsey kick)

Records—Lakewood 2-5 league, 2-7 overall. Sultan 3-4, 3-6.

Darrington 28, Concrete 21: At Darrington, a fourth-quarter comeback led to a 28-21 defeat of Concrete and an undefeated regular season for Darrington. The Loggers trailed 14-6 entering the fourth period, but picked up three rushing touchdowns from three different ball carriers in the final quarter to hold on to the Northwest 2B League win. Mike Parris scored the eventual game-winner on a 66-yard jaunt for the Loggers, who had 272 yards rushing.

At Darrington H.S.



Darrington—Green 30 pass from Jones (kick failed)

Concrete—Scherer 4 run (Smith kick)

Concrete—Scherer 4 run (Smith kick)

Darrington—Jones 2 run (O’Dell pass from Jones)

Darrington—O’Dell 3 run (Dolph kick)

Darrington—Parris 66 run (Dolph kick)

Concrete—Kitchen 10 run (Smith kick)

Records—Concrete 4-2 league, 5-4 overall. Darrington 6-0, 9-0.

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