Everett ground game silences Meadowdale crowd

Herald staff

EDMONDS – For the most part Everett kept Meadowdale’s Homecoming crowd quiet Friday at Edmonds Stadium, winning the Western Conference 3A high school football game 28-8.

It wasn’t until late in the fourth quarter Meadowdale’s crowd would get a chance to cheer, when Winfred Smith caught a 7-yard touchdown pass from Sean Crane. But by that time it was too late.

“They played very good offense against Jackson,” said Everett coach Paul Lawrence. “I thought their physical size would be a factor.”

It was Everett’s second game of the week having defeated Monrie 27-12 on Monday.

“This is the best I’ve felt after a game,” Lawrence said. The victory was especially fulfilling because it was the second in a week for the Seagulls.

Everett’s opening drive took more than eight minutes, stretching out short run after short run.

Everett’s defense limited Meadowdale to 21 yards total offense in the first half, while its offense rolled up 295 yards all rushing. The Seagulls totaled 432 yards in the game, also all rushing.

Meadowdale fumbled on its next possession. Everett recovered and Ben Challman broke through the line and rumbled 43 yards for a touchdown – his second touchdown in the game and his sixth of the week.

Challman ran for 204 yards on 28 carries, his second straight 200-yard game.

Lawrence said Challman likes to pick up what the team calls YAK (yards after contact).

Brian Price ran 17 times for 124 yards. And Chris Daoust had 91 yards on six carries.

Everett-Challman 2 run (Reme kick)

Everett-Challman 43 run (Reme kick)

Everett-Daoust 68 run (Reme kick)

Everett-Price 1 run (Reme kick)

Meadowdale-Smith 7 pass from Crane (Duffy run)

Records-Everett 3-0 in league, 4-1 overall. Meadowdale 1-2, 1-4.

  • Stanwood 30, Monroe 14: Garrett Parks had three field goals, including 42- and 48-yarders, to help Stanwood win the Wesco 3A game. Stanwood quarterback Tyler Breum completed four of eight passes for 80 yards and had a 67-yard touchdown run.








    Stanwood-FG Parks 22

    Stanwood-Bomar 5 run (Parks kick)

    Monroe-Carswell 3 pass from Armstrong (Carswell kick)

    Stanwood-FG Parks 42

    Stanwood-Bomar 1 run (Parks kick)

    Stanwood-FG Parks 48

    Stanwood-Breum 67 run (Parks kick)

    Monroe-Carswell 74 run (Carswell kick)

    Records-Stanwood 2-1 league, 3-2 overall. Monroe 0-3, 0-5.

  • Arlington 27, Jackson 13: Arlington quarterback Kevin MacCormick threw three touchdown passes to Nick Yoney in the Wesco 3A game. MacCormick completed 14 of 22 passes for 309 yards and three touchdowns. MacCormick also ran for a score. Yoney had eight receptions for 207 yards. Jackson quarterback Jason Morris ran for two touchdowns. Jackson wide receiver James Wilkins had five receptions for 102 yards.

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    Arlington-Yoney 60 pass from MacCormick (kick failed)

    Arlington-Yoney 64 pass from MacCormick (McKinney pass from MacCormick)

    Jackson-Morris 20 run (Moore kick)

    Arlington-Yoney 13 pass from MacCormick (kick failed)

    Jackson-Morris 6 run (kick failed)

    Arlington-McCormick 1 run (Anderson kick)

    Records-Arlington 2-1 league, 4-1 overall. Jackson 1-2, 2-3.

  • Lake Stevens 46, Lynnwood 6: Lake Stevens piled up 247 yards rushing and held Lynnwood to just 17 to remain undefeated in the Wesco 3A. Matt Williams led the way for the Vikings, gaining 97 yards and scoring three touchdowns on 12 carries, while Joey Daube added 61 yards on just four carries. The Lake Stevens’ pass defense was also a major factor, recording three interceptions.

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    LS- M. Williams 30 run (kick failed)

    LS-Balunsat 7 run (pass failed)

    LS-M. Williams 2 run (Balunsat kick)

    LS-M. Williams 9 run (Balunsat kick)

    LS-N. Williams 11 pass from Perko (kick failed)

    LS-D. Johnson 63 punt return (Balunsat kick)

    LS-Thomason 19 run (Balunsat kick)

    Lynnwood-Mus 30 pass from Biggs (run failed)

    Records-Lake Stevens 4-0 league, 4-1 overall. Lynnwood 0-3, 0-5.

  • Snohomish 40, Mariner 6: Josh Rodland passed for a touchdown and ran for another as Snohomish cruised to a Wesco 4A victory. Joe Plucker carried eight times for 90 yards for Snohomish. Snohomish had three pass interceptions. Snohomish rushed for 285 yards.








    Snohomish-Lockhart 3 run (Bennion kick)

    Snohomish-Rodland 15 run (Bennion kick)

    Snohomish-Plucker 14 run (kick failed)

    Snohomish-Zimmerman 36 pass from Rodland (Bennion kick)

    Snohomish-Hill 42 interception return (Bennion kick)

    Mariner-Broussard 4 run (pass failed)

    Snohomish-Rothfus 22 run (kick failed)

    Records-Snohomish 4-0 league, 5-0 overall. Mariner 1-4, 1-4.

  • Sehome 34, Marysville-Pilchuck 14: Marysville-Pilchuck’s Derek Lindstrom had six receptions for 95 yards in the Wesco 4A game.








    Sehome-not reported.

    Sehome-not reported.

    Sehome-not reported.

    Sehome-not reported.

    Sehome-not reported.

    MP-Swovody 1 run (Johnson kick)

    MP-Psaradelis 6 run (Johnson kick)

    Records-Sehome 5-0 league, 5-0 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-4, 1-4.

  • Mountlake Terrace 43, Shorecrest 7: Mountlake Terrace’s Leif Curtis rushed for 137 yards and had two rushing touchdowns and one passing to lead the Hawks to the Wesco 4A victory.

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    S-Landon 15 run (Parkins kick)

    MLT-Yalowicki 8 run (kick failed)

    MLT-FG kicker N/A

    MLT-L. Curtis 8 run (run failed)

    MLT-L. Curtis 4 run (kick good)

    MLT-Kyle 1 run (kick good)

    MLT-J. Curtis 24 pass from L. Curtis (kick good)

    MLT-Jackson 12 run (kick good)

    Records-Mountlake Terrace 2-3 league, 2-3 overall. Shorecrest 0-4, 0-5.

  • Oak Harbor 7, Shorewood 6: Oak Harbor’s Tony Hall rushed for 75 yards and scored a touchdown in the Wildcats’ Wesco 4A win.


    Oak Harbor






    OH-Hall 30 run (Barker kick)

    S-Wada 68 pass from Rybar (kick failed)

    Records-Oak Harbor 1-3 league, 1-4 overall. Shorewood 1-3, 2-3.

  • South Whidbey 20, Nooksack Valley 13: Bryan Wenker was five-for-10 for 128 yards and ran for 61-yards and two touchdowns to lead the Falcons to the North Cascades victory.

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    South Whidbey






    SW-Wenker 15 run (kick failed)

    NV-Larson 2 run (kick failed)

    SW-Hawley 3 run (McCabe kick)

    SW-Wenker 6 run (McCabe kick)

    NV-Larson 19 run (Erickson kick)

    Records-South Whidbey 2-2 league, 2-3 overall. Nooksack Valley 0-5, 0-5.

  • Darrington 40, Friday Harbor 0: Darrington’s Matt Farley rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns on just nine carries, while teammate D.J. Cochran rushed for 102 yards and another score to lead the Loggers to a Northwest A League victory. Darrington’s Jeremy Cabe had 10 tackles and two fumble recoveries to help preserve the shutout.

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    D-McCoy 2 run (Cabe kick)

    D-Farley 3 run (kick failed)

    D-McCoy 10 run (kick failed)

    D-Farley 33 run (Cabe kick)

    D-Cochran 9 run (Cabe kick)

    D-Wicken 3 run (Cabe kick)

    Records-Darrington 1-0 in league, 4-1 overall. Friday Harbor 0-1, 0-4.

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