Everett stops Snohomish PAT run for 16-14 victory

SNOHOMISH – Homecoming traditionally is made up of two key events: winning your homecoming football game and celebrating the victory at the dance afterwards.

Snohomish will have to do some dancing without the celebration as Everett knocked off the Panthers 16-14 in front of a capacity crowd Friday at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish.

The Seagulls lone touchdown came on Brent Swezey’s 1-yard run on a sweep in the second quarter. The rest of Everett’s points came on Alex Schaller field goals from 32, 27 and 35 yards.

In the first half, it was the Seagull defense dominating the stats. Everett limited the Panthers to 109 total yards, all of which were on the ground.

Snohomish remained scoreless until 4 minutes, 40 seconds remaining in the game when Derek Jones punched it in from 2 yards out. Terrance Marshall ran in the two-point conversion to cut the Seagulls’ lead to eight.

With 58 seconds left, Michael Low hooked up with Brett Goodrich in the end zone to bring the Panthers within two points. With Snohomish needing the two-point conversion, Marshall tried to run it in, but Nick Salsbury made a stifling tackle at the 2-yard line to preserve the win.

Snohomish was 0-for-7 with four interceptions before finally completing its first pass late in the third quarter. The Panthers finished 5-for-14 for 88 yards.

At Veterans Memorial Stadium



Everett-Swezey 1 run (Schaller kick)

Everett-FG Schaller 32

Everett-FG Schaller 27

Everett-FG Schaller 35

Snohomish-Jones 2 run (Marshall run)

Snohomish-Goodrich 14 pass from Low (run failed)

Records-Everett 2-4 in league, 2-4 overall. Snohomish 3-2, 3-3.

Monroe 38, Marysville-Pilchuck 7: At Marysville, Monroe kicker Adrian Barajas scored eight points (five point after touchdowns and a 23-yard field goal) to help lead Monroe to the Wesco North victory.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.



Monroe- FG Barajas 23

Monroe-Not reported 40 run (Barajas kick)

Monroe-Roberts fumble recovery in end zone (Barajas kick)

Monroe-Canales 33 pass from Martin (Barajas kick)

Monroe-Stendera 4 run (Barajas kick)

M-P-Cartas 31 pass from Atterson (Kuhen kick)

Monroe-Not reported 50 run (Barajas kick)

Records-Monroe 3-2 division, 3-3 overall. M-P 1-5, 1-5.

Lake Stevens 31, Arlington 6: At Arlington, Paxton Paynter and Isaac Molstre each threw a touchdown pass as Lake Stevens cruised to the Wesco North victory. Molstre also added a touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

At Larson Stadium

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Arlington-Gunter 16 pass from Milles (kick fail)

Lake Stevens-McMurray 66 pass from Molstre (Steinruck kick)

Lake Stevens-FG Steinruck 26

Lake Stevens-Pulintano 15 pass from Paytner (Steinruck kick)

Lake Stevens-Molstre 10 run (Steinruck kick)

Lake Stevens-Gilbertson 8 run (Steinruck kick)

Records-Lake Stevens 3-2 division, 4-2 overall. Arlington 1-4, 1-5.

Mariner 28, Shorecrest 25: At Everett, Matt Jones scored two touchdowns and ran for 128 yards on 17 carries to help lead Mariner to the Wesco South victory. Pierce Rankin (15-for-21) threw for 205 yards and two touchdown passes to lead Shorecrest.

At Goddard Stadium



Mariner-Jones 16 run (Hendrickson kick)

Shorecrest-Small 4 run (Richards kick)

Shorecrest-FG Richards 35

Mariner-Jones 3 run (Hendrickson kick)

Mariner-Schmaus 39 run (Hendrickson kick)

Shorecrest-Ramos 33 pass from Rankin (Richards kick)

Mariner-Grant 12 run (Hendrickson kick)

Shorecrest-Edwards 8 pass from Rankin (Richards kick)

Records-Shorecrest 1-5 division and overall. Mariner 4-1, 5-1.

Meadowdale 42, Lynnwood 26: At Edmonds, Meadowdale quarterback Matt Johnson ran for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead the Mavericks to the Wesco South win. Johnson had six carries for 80 yards, including TD runs of 23, 17 and 5 yards. He completed four of seven passes for 97 yards, including a 56-yard TD pass to Calum Gordon, who caught two passes for 78 yards.

Lynnwood quarterback Andrew Beatty played a part in three of the Royals’ four TDs. Beatty (12 carries, 66 yards) ran 8 yards for a first-quarter score. He threw a 42-yard TD pass to Scott Hill in the third quarter and a 20-yard scoring strike to Samer Abou-Zaki in the fourth quarter. Beatty finished with eight completions in 13 attempts for 106 yards. Abou-Zaki, who also threw an 82-yard TD pass to Hill, caught two passes for 29 yards. Hill caught three for 130.

At Edmonds District Stadium



Lynnwood-Beatty 8 run (Schaeffer kick)

Meadowdale-Johnson 23 run (Mansourzadeh kick)

Meadowdale-Johnson 17 run (Mansourzadeh kick)

Meadowdale-C. Gordon 56 pass from Johnson (Mansourzadeh kick)

Meadowdale-Bourgette 8 punt return (Mansourzadeh

Meadowdale-Johnson 5 run (Mansourzadeh kick)

Meadowdale-Stevenson 2 run (Mansourzadeh kick)

Lynnwood-Hill 42 pass from Beatty (Schaeffer kick)

Lynnwood-Abou-Zaki 20 pass from Beatty (PAT failed)

Lynnwood-Hill 82 pass from Abou-Zaki (PAT failed)

Records-Meadowdale 3-2 division, 3-3 overall. Lynnwood 0-6, 0-6.

Cascade 41, Shorewood 14: At Everett, Lorne Bridgford carried nine times for 185 yards and three touchdowns and fellow backs Julian Willis (four carries, 58 yards, two TDs) and Derek Sepe (four carries, 49 yards) combined for another 107 yards for the Bruins in their non-league win.

At Everett Memorial Stadium



Cascade-Bridgford 57 run (Snel kick)

Cascade-Willis 22 run (Snel kick)

Cascade-Snel 1 run (Snel kick)

Cascade-Bridgford 95 run (Snel kick)

Cascade-Willis 26 run (Snel kick)

Cascade-Bridgford 3 run (kick blocked)

Shorewood-Whittle 4 pass from Kellington (Marchant kick)

Shorewood-Whittle 9 pass from Kellington (Marchant kick)

Records-Shorewood 1-5 overall. Cascade 4-2.

Coupeville 27, South Whidbey 8: At Coupeville, Casey Larson ran for 182 yards and scored all four touchdowns for Coupeville in its Cascade Conference victory. Teammate Clay Hughes added 19 carries and 119 yards. Rob Knight had 117 yards rushing for South Whidbey.

At Coupeville H.S.

South Whidbey8000-8


Coupeville-Larson 3 run (Evans kick).

South Whidbey-Boenish 1 run (Knight run).

Coupeville-Larson 49 run (Hughes run).

Coupeville-Larson 55 run (pass failed).

Coupeville-Larson 8 run (kick failed).

Records-South Whidbey 2-2 in league, 3-3 overall. Coupeville 2-2, 4-2.

Archbishop Murphy 56, Sultan 20: At Everett, Archbishop Murphy had five running backs run for 50 or more yards. Dejan Sughrim was the most productive, carrying the ball 10 times for 170 yards and three touchdowns for the Wildcats in the Cascade Conference game.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.


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Archbishop Murphy-Sughrim 3 run (I. Houts kick)

Archbishop Murphy-Sughrim 73 run (I. Houts kick)

Archbishop Murphy-Snyder 5 run (I. Houts kick)

Archbishop Murphy-Woods 8 run (I. Houts kick)

Archbishop Murphy-Sughrim 11 run (I. Houts kick)

Archbishop Murphy-Gee 19 run (I. Houts kick)

Sultan-Ohara 3 run (run failed)

Archbishop Murphy-Wilkins 3 run (kick blocked)

Sultan-Champeaux 3 run (Davison run)

Archbishop Murphy-McClure 9 run (Wilkins run)

Sultan-Davison 34 pass from Champeaux (run failed)

Records-Sultan 1-3 in league, 3-3 overall. Archbishop Murphy 4-0, 6-0.

Cedarcrest 20, King’s 14: At Duvall, Cedarcrest had 172 rushing yards, and scored all three touchdowns on the ground in its Cascade Conference win.

At Cedarcrest H.S.



Cedarcrest-Ghazanfarpour 36 run (Ghazanfarpour kick)

King’s-Lehman 15 pass from Uhrich (Park kick)

Cedarcrest-Child 6 run (kick failed)

Cedarcrest-Child 4 run (Ghazanfarpour kick)

King’s-Uhrich 1 run (Park kick)

Records-King’s 1-3 in league, 2-4 overall. Cedarcrest 2-2, 3-2-1.

Granite Falls 39, Lakewood 7: At Granite Falls, Jullian Gamache carried the ball 17 times for 126 yards and two TDs to lead Granite Falls to the Cascade Conference win. Senior quarterback Billy Villegas finished 7 of 14 for 61 yards.

At Jewell Stadium


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Granite Falls-Londerville (kick failed)

Granite Falls-Counley 18 pass from Villegas (kick failed)

Granite Falls-Gamache 15 run (kick failed)

Granite Falls-Bazan 31 interception return (pass good)

Granite Falls-Gamache 1 run (kick failed)

Lakewood-Borisov 1 run (Alexander kick)

Granite Falls-Brown 23 run (Bucklin kick)

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

Bothell 14, Woodinville 7: At Bothell, Bothell remained undefeated in Kingco 4A play. Jon Kirchner had a touchdown and 158 yards rushing for the Cougars. Teammate Cory Burk had 12 tackles on defense for a total of 12 yards lost.

At Pop Keeney Stadium



Woodinville-Bennett 6 run (Leslie kick).

Bothell-Atkins 1 run (Hekker kick).

Bothell-Kirchner 4 run (Hekker kick).

Records-Woodinvlle 4-2 in league, 4-2 overall. Bothell 5-0, 5-1.

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