Friday’s local high school football results

Here are links to Friday night’s high school football results:

Edmonds-Woodway 10, Jackson 0

Snohomish 38, Marysville Pilchuck 22

Oak Harbor 34, Mariner 12

Monroe 62, Meadowdale 21

Mountlake Terrace 41, Sehome 40

Mountlake Terrace quarterback Jesse Martineau threw four touchdown passes, and the Hawks withstood host Sehome’s fourth-quarter rally to win the nonleague contest.

Brandon Bach and Keegan Grayson caught two touchdown passes each in a game that featured wild momentum swings. The Hawks raced out to a 20-0 lead before the Mariners responded with four straight touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 27-20 halftime lead. Terrace responded with three straight touchdowns in the third quarter to reclaim the lead at 41-27. Hawks linebacker Moussa Traore capped the run with a defensive touchdown off an 11-yard fumble return.

Sehome scored twice in the fourth quarter, but the Hawks defense stopped a two-point conversion attempt and recovered a red zone fumble with less than a minute to play to hold on for the win.

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Shorewood 21, Granite Falls 14

Skylar Hammer scored on a one-yard quarterback sneak with 57 seconds left on the clock to give Shorewood a win over Granite Falls at Shoreline Stadium.

Hammer added a 6-yard touchdown pass and Robert Banks had 102 yards on 31 carries to pace the Thunderbirds’ offense.

Quarterback Camden Landrum accounted for both Granite Falls touchdowns with runs of 8 and 6 yards, and Daylin Pierce had 172 yards on eight receptions for the Tigers.

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Kentwood 58, Glacier Peak 29 (statistics not reported)

The visiting Conquerors outscored the Grizzlies 28-9 in the second half to pull away for a non-conference victory.

Everett 23, Wilson 20

David Eisenkraft made a 20-yard field goal with four seconds left in the game to push host Everett past Wilson.

Christian Balmer helped lead the Seagulls’ comeback, with 25 of his 145 rushing yards coming on a second-half touchdown that tied the game at 20-20.

Linebacker Nick Mardesich had a key interception late in the third quarter that helped turn the momentum in Everett’s favor.

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Ballard 26, Lynnwood 21 (statistics not reported)

Shorecrest 20, Interlake 17, OT (statistics not reported)

Lake Stevens 49, Stanwood 0

Lake Stevens running back Kayshawn Mounarath ran for 225 yards on 17 carries and scored four touchdowns as the host Vikings opened their season with a win over Stanwood.

Mounarath had scoring runs of 1, 15 and 68 yards and also caught a 15-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Conor Bardue. Bardue finished with 274 yards passing and four touchdowns. Defensive lineman Matt Sevao led the Vikings defense with 12 tackles and two sacks.

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Arlington 26, Redmond 13

Arlington quarterback Anthony Whitis threw for 270 yards and three touchdowns to help the visiting Eagles open their season with a nonconference win over Redmond.

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Lake Washington 44, Marysville Getchell 25 (statistics not reported)

Lakewood 40, Clover Park 0

Austin Lane threw for 129 yards and two touchdowns and added 54 yards and a touchdown on the ground as visiting Lakewood trounced Clover Park.

The Cougars marched down the field for a 65-yard touchdown drive to start the game and never looked back, shutting out the Warriors behind three interceptions from their defense.

Gavin Wright led the Lakewood rushing attack with 61 yards and a touchdown on just two carries, and Jon Cox led all Cougars receivers with 54 yards and a touchdown on three receptions.

White Swan 56, Darrington 16 (statistics not reported)

Coupeville 18, South Whidbey 0 (statistics not reported)

Burlington-Edison 23, King’s 7

Camden Hauck broke off a 99-yard touchdown run for King’s after a goal-line stand by the Knights (0-1), but it wasn’t enough as visiting Burlington-Edison (1-0) picked up the victory.

Hauck carried seven times for 102 yards in defeat.

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Liberty 45, Cedarcrest 3

After a first quarter that ended in a 3-3 tie, the visiting Patriots pulled away in the second quarter. Jake Wright and Noah Wright each had a rushing touchdown for Liberty.

Tyler Gray finished with 81 yards rushing on 12 carries for the Red Wolves.

Cedarcrest was held to 87 yards of total offense and surrendered three turnovers, including a fumble that was returned for a touchdown.

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Washington 40, Sultan 0 (statistics not reported)

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