Arlington shuts out Monroe to stay on L. Stevens’ heels

Herald staff

MONROE – Arlington beat Monroe 28-0 Friday night in a Western Conference 3A game at Monroe Stadium.

The Eagles (4-1 in league, 6-1 overall) were led by running back John Hammer, who rushed six times for 67 yards and had two touchdowns. Teammate Nick Yoney had only two receptions, but made the most of them, converting one for 52 yards and the other for 35, setting the table for Hammer’s touchdown runs.

Monroe coach Randy Olson said, “We gave them a short field by turning the ball over four times, and they capitalized on it.”

The Eagles compiled 294 total yards to the Bearcats 206, but Monroe’s turnovers were the major difference in the outcome of the game.

Arlington-Newell 37 pass from McCormick (Anderson kick)

Arlington-Hammer 5 run (Anderson kick)

Arlington-Hammer 7 run (Anderson kick)

Arlington-Tyland 2 run (Anderson kick)

Records-Arlington 4-1 league, 6-1 overall. Monroe 1-4, 1-6.

  • Everett 58, Lynnwood 8: Ben Challman had 12 carries for 172 yards and three touchdowns to help Everett cruise to a Wesco 3A victory. Travis Schultz added 112 yards on just four carries and scored two touchdowns. The Everett defense intercepted seven passes, including three by defensive back Brian Price, who also carried five times for 87.








    Everett-Price 46 run (pass failed)

    Everett-Challman 64 run (kick failed)

    Everett-Daoust 12 run (Reme kick)

    Everett-Challman 39 run (kick blocked)

    Everett-Daoust 32 run (kick failed)

    Everett-Challman 20 run (Reme kick)

    Everett-Schultz 80 run (kick failed)

    Everett-Schultz 35 run (Reme kick)

    Everett-Phillpotts 8 run (Reme kick)

    Lynnwood-Biggs 2 run (Biggs run)

    Records-Everett 4-1 league, 5-2 overall. Lynnwood 0-5, 0-7.

  • Meadowdale 21, Stanwood 13: Anthony Griffith intercepted a pass with 2:30 left in the game. Winfred Smith had a 39-yard touchdown run two plays later to clinch the Wesco 3A victory. Smith had 103 yards on just six carries and scored two touchdowns. Stanwood’s Julian Bomar had 22 carries for 129 yards and one touchdown.








    Meadowdale-Smith 49 run (Johnson kick)

    Stanwood-Breum 5 run (Parks kick)

    Meadowdale-Rohrbach 31 pass from Dubois (Johnson kick)

    Stanwood-Bomar 10 run (pass failed)

    Meadowdale-Smith 39 run (Johnson kick)

    Records-Meadowdale 2-3 league, 2-5 overall. Stanwood 2-3, 3-4.

  • Kamiak 52, Shorecrest 7: Kamiak blew open a close game with a 24-0 second-quarter burst that turned a seven-point advantage into a 38-7 halftime lead in a Wesco 4A victory. Kicker Brian Leach contributed to the scoring surge with a school-record 36-yard field goal. Quarterback Ryan Jones led the offensive charge for the Knights, completing 12 of 16 passes for 216 yards and three touchdowns.








    Kamiak-Haight 1 pass from Jones (Leach kick)

    Shorecrest-Landon 12 run (Donner kick)

    Kamiak-Eneberg 14 run (Leach kick)

    Kamiak-Steiner 30 run (kick failed)

    Kamiak-Boyle 18 pass from Jones (Jones run)

    Kamiak-FG 36 Leach

    Kamiak-Steiner 30 run (Leach kick)

    Kamiak-Boyle 56 pass from Jones (Leach kick)

    Kamiak-Jackson 25 pass from Mack (Carlson)

    Records-Kamiak 5-1 league, 6-1 overall. Shorecrest 0-6, 0-7.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 42, Shorewood 14: Landon Hall had 18 carries for 252 yards and three touchdowns to lead Edmonds-Woodway to a Wesco 4A victory. Edmonds-Woodway’s Matt Sanchez was a standout on defense with four solo tackles and nine assisted tackles.








    Edmonds-Woodway-Hall 68 run (Ball kick)

    Edmonds-Woodway-Hall 7 run (Ball kick)

    Shorewood-Ryber 1 run (Young kick)

    Edmonds-Woodway-Hall 11 run (Ball kick)

    Edmonds-Woodway-Davis 9 pass from Doty (Ball kick)

    Edmonds-Woodway-Trew 5 run (Ball kick)

    Shorewood-Hodges 1 run (Young kick)

    Edmonds-Woodway-Maine 1 run (Ball kick)

    Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-2 league, 5-2 overall. Shorewood 2-4, 3-4.

  • Sehome 26, Mariner 20 OT: Andrew Holloway’s 12-yard run in overtime gave Sehome the Wesco 4A victory. Mariner’s Vernon Word rushed for 106 yards on 19 carries.









    Sehome-Rhoades 42 intercepion return (Andersen kick)

    Mariner-Word 22 run (Williams kick)

    Sehome-Witlock 20 pass from Monrean (Andersen kick)

    Mariner-McVey 1 run (Williams kick)

    Sehome-Anderson 25 FG

    Mariner-Jones 10 run (kick blocked)

    Sehome-Anderson 22 FG

    Sehome-Holloway 12 run

    Records-Sehome 7-0 conference and overall. Mariner 1-6.

  • Bothell 22, Garfield 7: Monya Townsend had 14 carries for 90 yards to help Bothell claim a Kingco 4A victory.








    Garfield-Wells 11 pass from Stanback (Girgis kick)

    Bothell-Kelso 4 fumble recovery return (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Allred 7 run (Auld kick)

    Bothell-Newhouse 24 pass from Allred (Auld run)

    Records-Bothell 5-2 league, 5-2 overall. Garfield 3-4, 3-4.

  • Lakewood 22, Granite Falls 6: Lakewood’s Kris Kazen rushed for 155 yards on 23 carries and scored two touchdowns in the North Cascades game. The Cougars were led on defense by Austin Ballard, who had 15 tackles, three sacks, and a safety in the victory.

    Granite Falls0060-6







    GF-Vance recovered blocked punt in end zone (kick failed)

    L-Kazen 6 run (Toth kick)

    L-Masterman 65 fake punt (kick failed)

    L-Kazen 15 pass from Masterman (Toth kick)

    L-Ballard safety

    Records-Lakewood 4-2 league, 5-2 overall. Granite Falls 0-6, 0-7.

  • Sultan 34, Blaine 20: Erik Solberg led Sultan with 104 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns in the North Cascades victory.








    S-Nelson 11 run (Benjamin run)

    B-McDonald 2 run (McDonald run)

    S-Solberg 5 run (run failed)

    B-McDonald 22 pass from Brown (run failed)

    S-Solberg 2 run (Andriessen pass from Nelson)

    S-Roester 53 fumble return (run failed)

    S-Benjamin 5 run (run failed)

    B-Simpson 1 run (run failed)

    Records-Sultan 3-3 league, 3-4 overall. Blaine 3-4, 3-4.

  • Coupeville 35, Darrington 15: Ian Barron had 35 carries for 302 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Wolves to the Northwest A victory.








    Coupeville-Barron 3 run (kick failed)

    Coupeville-Barron 45 run (kick failed)

    Darrington-Cochran 3 run (Cabe kick)

    Coupeville-Barron 14 run (Kelly from Roehl)

    Coupeville-Barron 31 run (Kelly from Roehl)

    Darrington-McCoy 1 run (Boyd from Padget)

    Coupeville-Barron 15 run (Van Velkenburgh kick)

    Records-Coupeville 2-1 league, 4-3 overall. Darrington 1-2,4-3.

  • Concrete 51, Friday Harbor 7: In the Northwest A League game, the Lions were led by Brian Ford who rushed 10 times for 126 yards, three touchdowns and also returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown.

    Friday Harbor0007-7







    Concrete-Ford 7 run (Sanchez kick)

    Concrete-Ford 7 run (Sanchez kick)

    Concrete-Moser 1 run (kick failed)

    Concrete-Massingale 1 run (pass failed)

    Concrete-Ford 51 run (run failed)

    Concrete-Massingale 5 run (pass failed)

    Concrete-Massingale 61 pass from McAdam (Sanchez kick)

    Concrete-Ford 61 punt return (kick failed)

    Friday Harbor- Not reported

    Records-Concrete 2-1 league, 4-3 overall. Friday Harbor 0-3, 0-6.

  • King’s 35, Life Christian 6: King’s Masaki Matsamoto had 186 yards on 23 carries and four touchdowns in the Chinook A League victory.

    Life Christian0006-6







    K-Matsamoto 3 run (kick failed)

    K-Matsamoto 9 run (Jones kick)

    K-Matsamoto 7 run (Stepper pass from Tillman)

    K-Matsamoto 71 run (Jones kick)

    K-Tillman 17 run (Jones kick)

    LC-Paddock 10 run (kick failed)

    Records-King’s 3-0 league, 6-1 overall. Life Christian 0-2, 2-3.

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