Snohomish’s Langdon Orgill drops back to pass with Glacier Peak’s Juhno Lindsay closing Friday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Friday’s local high school football results

Here are Friday’s prep football results:

Monroe 36, Sedro-Woolley 7

Isaiah Lewis scored two rushing touchdowns and Efton Chism III caught two touchdown passes from Jaedyn Prewitt to help host Monroe to a non-conference win over Sedro-Woolley.

The Bearcats defense held the Sedro-Woolley offense scoreless until late in the fourth quarter, with defensive lineman Josh Jerome leading the way with a safety on a sack and recovering a fumble.

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Arlington 54, Lake Stevens 28

Arlington exploded in the fourth quarter, outscoring visiting Lake Stevens 27-7.

Eagles quarterback Anthony Whitis passed for 297 yards and three touchdowns — including a 66-yard bomb to Dylan Simmons in the fourth quarter — and ran for another.

Conor Bardue threw for three touchdown passes for the Vikings.

“I told them at halftime that we needed to play with emotion and have fun,” Arlington coach Greg Dailer said. “We really hunkered down and played really well in the second half. Our senior leadership and conditioning really helped us in the fourth quarter. We were just having fun out there.”

Arlington’s Trevor Kazen started off the scoring with a 52-yard punt return for a score in the first quarter. Teammate Campbell Hudson had 87 yards receiving and a touchdown in the first half.

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Oak Harbor 48, Kamiak 14 (statistics not reported)


Mariner 35, Marysville Getchell 6

Amory Brown rushed for a pair of first-half scores to jump-start the Marauders past the Chargers in a non-conference contest at Quil Ceda Stadium.

Nathan Broome tallied Marysville Getchell’s only score with a 1-yard run late in the fourth quarter. Ryan Hascall carried 11 times for 80 yards to lead the Chargers.

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Lake Washington 34, Stanwood 14

Lake Washington came sprinting out of the gates, scoring 21 unanswered points to start the game and never looking back in its non-conference win.

The host Spartans twice cut the Kangaroos’ lead down to two scores, but couldn’t get any closer.

Karl DeBoer threw for 249 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions for Stanwood. Gavin Schweitzer led the Spartans with 88 yards receiving.

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Mountlake Terrace 24, Cedarcrest 7

Mountlake Terrace quarterback Jesse Martineau threw three touchdown passes, two to running back Brandon Bach, as the host Hawks earned a non-conference win over the Red Wolves.

Bach and Keegan Grayson, who also caught a touchdown pass, both finished with more than 100 yards receiving.

Cedarcrest’s Tyler Gray scored on a 44-yard run on the Red Wolves’ opening possession, but the Terrace defense forced three turnovers and allowed only 106 yards of total offense.

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Meadowdale 28, Redmond 14

Meadowdale’s Jashon Butler scored three touchdowns, and the visiting Mavericks knocked off Redmond.

After Meadowdale fell behind 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, Butler scored all three of his touchdowns in the second quarter to give the Mavericks a 21-7 lead.

Meadowdale extended its lead to 28-7 on 6-yard touchdown pass from Nate Habert to Will Schafer in the third quarter.

Redmond was able to get one score back in the fourth quarter but couldn’t get any closer.

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Shorecrest 58, Kingston 6

Shorecrest quarterback Eladio Fountain tossed three touchdown passes and the host Scots outgained Kingston by more than 300 yards to cruise to a non-conference victory.

Cyrus Filoteo and Diego Angel-Cruz combined for three touchdowns on the ground to help pace Shorecrest’s rushing attack.

The Scots recorded four sacks, held Kingston to 36 total yards of offense and held Kingston without a point until the final play of the game.

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Archbishop Murphy 54, Bishop Blanchet 7

Archbishop Murphy’s Kyler Gordon ran for 132 yards and a touchdown and caught a 98-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Victor Gabalis as the host Wildcats rolled to a non-conference win over Bishop Blanchet.

Ray Pimentel and Ben Hines each had two rushing touchdowns and helped Archbishop Murphy total 315 yards on the ground.

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Cashmere 51, Sultan 0 (statistics not reported)


Lakeside (Seattle) 44, King’s 39

King’s Brennon Blevins scored four touchdowns — two rushing and two receiving — and totaled 222 yards rushing and receiving, but the host Knights came up just short in a shootout loss.

King’s fell behind 28-13 but rallied back with 20 unanswered points to take a 33-28 advantage. Lakeside answered back with 13 points of its own and never relinquished the lead.

Camden Houck added 103 yards and two touchdowns for the Knights.

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Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 55, Vashon Island 7

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) overwhelmed visiting Vashon Island with explosive plays, scoring five touchdowns on plays of at least 50 yards to roll to a nonconference win.

The Eagles’ Zach Wilkins opened the scoring with an 83-yard kickoff return, while Brandon Boyle added a 71-yard interception return for a score and a 64-yard touchdown run.

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Nooksack Valley 56, Granite Falls 34

Nooksack Valley totaled more than 700 yards of total offense in a non-conference victory over host Granite Falls.

A 12-yard touchdown pass from Camden Landrum to Daylin Pierce put the Tigers within striking distance at 21-20 in third quarter, but Nooksack Valley pulled away with three unanswered scores to take back control of the game.

Ryan Dennis led Granite Falls on defense with 12 tackles (two for loss) and an interception.

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Lord Tweedsmuir (British Columbia) 47, Lakewood 28

Lakewood quarterback Austin Lane threw for 260 yards and four touchdowns, but visiting Lord Tweedsmuir (British Columbia) outscored the Cougars 26-7 in the second half to earn the win.


Bellingham 38, Shorewood 13 (statistics not reported)


Tulalip Heritage 66, Muckleshoot Tribal 0

Nashone Whitebear scored six touchdowns — four rushing, one receiving and an interception return — for the host Hawks, and the Tulalip Heritage defense allowed just one first down.

Josh Iukes added rushing touchdowns of 5 and 20 yards for the Hawks.


Jackson at Eisenhower (canceled)

The non-conference game between Jackson and Eisenhower was canceled due to poor air quality in Yakima. No makeup date is planned, according to the Yakima Herald-Republic.


Cascade 46, Everett 0


Glacier Peak 28, Snohomish 14


Marysville Pilchuck 49, Lynnwood 0

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