Several top Snohomish County high school football teams asserted their dominance Friday.
Wesco 4A-leading Monroe remained unbeaten, crushing Glacier Peak 57-0. Lake Stevens remained tied atop the conference with the Bearcats after its 49-7 win over Jackson.
Edmonds-Woodway thumped Lynnwood 47-8 to move into first place in Wesco 3A South. Everett is right behind after its 38-14 win over Snohomish.
In Cascade Conference play, Archbishop Murphy rebounded nicely from its loss to Bellevue last week, posting a 47-7 win over Sultan.
Some of Friday’s local contests were close, though; Oak Harbor stayed on top of Wesco 3A North with a 21-20 win over Squalicum.
Here are scores and recaps from all of Friday’s games:
Cascade 33, Mariner 27 (OT)
Junior Due scored two touchdowns to help Cascade take down visiting Mariner in overtime to pick up its first conference win of the season.
Caymyn Coleman and Sean Sibley caught touchdown passes for the Bruins (3-2 overall, 1-2 Wesco 4A), and Donnelle Merrywether added a score on the ground.
Isiah Harrison delivered three rushing touchdowns and Romelo Mangum found the end zone once for Mariner (2-3, 1-2).
Mount Vernon 28, Kamiak 6
Seth Tercero and Gabe McGuire combined for 180 yards and three touchdowns on 32 carries to guide Mount Vernon to its first Wesco 4A win of the season over host Kamiak.
The Bulldogs (2-3 overall, 1-2 conference) took a 7-6 lead into halftime and took control in the third quarter on a 59-yard interception return for a touchdown by J.J. Sanchez.
Ben Barton ran for 98 yards and a touchdown for the Knights (1-4, 0-3), and Hunter Bollschweiler caught 12 passes for 111 yards.
Edmonds-Woodway 47, Lynnwood 8
Cappasio Cherry ran for 187 yards and four touchdowns on just 17 carries to help Edmonds-Woodway dominate visiting Lynnwood.
The Warriors (4-1 overall, 2-0 Wesco 3A South) went up 20-0 in the first quarter on Cherry’s first three scores, and Salihou Fatty and Noah Becker scored on 98- and 65-yard interceptions, respectively, to blow the game open in the second quarter.
Fatty added a receiving score on a 45-yard pass from Reilly Chappel.
The Royals fell to 0-5 (0-3).
Ferndale 46, Marysville Pilchuck 7
Quarterback James Hinson threw for a pair of touchdowns and ran for two more to lead Ferndale to a Wesco 3A North win over host Marysville Pilchuck.
The Tomahawks fell to 2-3 overall, 1-2 conference.
Stanwood 48, Marysville Getchell 14
Stanwood raced out to a 40-0 lead in the first half and cruised to a win over visiting Marysville Getchell in a Wesco 3A North game.
Spartans running back Tyler Rich ran 20 times for 148 yards and two touchdowns.
Stanwood (2-3 overall, 1-2 conference) also had three long scoring plays in the first two quarters. Sam Delich had a 46-yard punt return, Trygve DeBoer returned an interception 59 yards and Bill Wanambisi capped the first-half blitz with a 93-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Karl DeBoer. DeBoer finished with 265 passing yards.
Ian Roskelley finished with five catches for 91 yards and one touchdown for the Chargers (0-5, 0-3).
Oak Harbor 21, Squalicum 20
Tamarik Hollins-Passmore’s fourth-quarter touchdown tied the game at 20-20, and the ensuing extra-point proved to be the difference in Oak Harbor’s Wesco 3A North win over visiting Squalicum.
The Wildcats moved to 5-0 overall, 2-0 conference.
Everett 38, Snohomish 14
Everett dominated the second half, outscoring host Snohomish 24-0 after halftime to turn a tie game into a Wesco 3A win.
Seagulls quarterback Gabe Maggio scored both of his two rushing touchdowns in the third quarter as Everett broke open the game. Maggio led a potent Everett rushing attack, finishing with 124 yards on 23 carries. Maggio also hit Elijah Ross-Rutter for a 21-yard strike that gave Everett (3-2 overall, 2-1 Wesco 3A North) an early 14-0 lead.
Christian Balmer added 96 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Seagulls, who piled up 336 yards on the ground.
Keegan Stich rallied the Panthers (3-2, 2-1) with two second-quarter scores. Stich finished with 130 yards on 19 carries.
Granite Falls 48, Cedarcrest 7
Quarterback Camden Landrum rushed for 266 yards and two touchdowns, and passed for 105 yards and another score in Granite Falls’ win over host Cedarcrest.
Brayden Counsellor added two rushing and one receiving touchdown for the Tigers (3-2 overall).
Cedarcrest fell to 0-4.
Archbishop Murphy 47, Sultan 7
Ray Pimentel ran for five touchdowns — all in the first half — as Archbishop Murphy continued its dominance of the Cascade Conference, picking up its 17-consecutive conference victory in a win over visiting Sultan.
Pimentel accounted for 179 yards on the ground, and Victor Gabalis completed 6-of-11 passes for 142 yards and a touchdown for the Wildcats (4-1, 2-0 conference).
The Turks (1-4, 1-1) scored their lone touchdown a 33-yard touchdown pass from Brayden Haefele to Alex Perrigo.
Lakewood 26, Lynden 14
Austin Lane delivered another stellar performance, throwing for 329 yards and three touchdowns, and Lakewood moved into a tie atop the Northwest Conference’s 2A division with a road victory over Lynden.
The Cougars (4-1 overall, 2-0 conference ) went into halftime down 14-6 but outscored Lynden 20-0 in the second half.
Jon Cox and C.J. McClellan each had 103 yards receiving and a touchdown for Lakewood.
Skyline 41, North Creek 0 (statistics not reported)
South Whidbey 20, Friday Harbor 19 (statistics not reported)
Graham-Kapowsin 35, Arlington 21 (statistics not reported)
Shorecrest 42, Shorewood 22
Ricardo Ruiz rushed for 191 yards on 21 carries to lead Shorecrest to a win over Shorewood in the Rotary Bowl at Shoreline Stadium.
Tight end Chris Lee added 131 receiving yards on nine catches for the Scots (4-1 overall), who amassed 464 yards of offense.
Robert Banks rushed for two touchdowns for the Thunderbirds, who fell to 2-3.
Bremerton 37, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 0
Rasheed Joiner ran for two touchdowns to lead Bremerton to a rout of visiting Cedar Park Christian (Bothell).
The Eagles (2-3 overall, 0-2 Cascade Conference) were outmatched on both sides of the ball, allowing 392 yards of total offense while gaining just 33 yards themselves.
King’s 47, Sehome 28
King’s rode the arm and legs of quarterback Brennon Blevins to beat visiting Sehome in a non-conference contest.
Blevins threw for 385 yards and three touchdowns and also ran for 160 yards and four scores.
Blevins had two favorite targets in the air: Levi Bundrant and Jace Fransen. Both had seven receptions, with Bundrant totaling 212 yards and two touchdowns and Fransen adding 113 yards and one touchdown. Fransen also had a big game defensively with two interceptions.
Jonathan Chen finished with 17 combined tackles for the Knights (2-3 overall).