Edmonds-Woodway’s Reilly Chappell rolls over Gig Harbor’s Brenden Rivera for a touchdown Friday at Edmonds Stadium. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway’s Reilly Chappell rolls over Gig Harbor’s Brenden Rivera for a touchdown Friday at Edmonds Stadium. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Friday’s prep football results

Four local squads clinch state tournament berths.

Four Snohomish County prep football teams clinched state tournament berths Friday.

Lake Stevens, Monroe, Edmonds-Woodway and Archbishop Murphy won Week 10 Playoff contests to keep their seasons alive.

The Vikings beat Kentlake 51-0; the Bearcats outlasted Mount Si 44-40; the Warriors defeated Gig Harbor 24-6; and the Wildcats cruised by Lakewood 43-7.

Here are scores and recaps from all of Friday’s games:


Lake Stevens 51, Kentlake 0

Lake Stevens entered its Week 10 Playoff game with a big question surrounding the quarterback position. Conor Bardue is out for the rest of the season with a fractured hand, STSPN announcers said during their broadcast of the Vikings’ game against Kentlake on Friday.

Tre Long answered all those questions.

The junior quarterback made a number of big plays and completed 18 of 25 passes for 243 yards and four touchdowns as the host Vikings trounced the Falcons.

The Lake Stevens defense dominated, allowing just one first down in the first half and handing the Vikings’ offense a short field several times.

Tom Lewis and Ian Hanson each scored twice for Lake Stevens, which will face either Graham-Kapowsin or Todd Beamer next week.

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Bothell 56, Glacier Peak 6

BOTHELL — The Bothell duo of quarterback Jacob Sirmon and running back Christian Lee Galvan proved to be too much in the first half for Glacier Peak.

Sirmon, a University of Washington commit, threw four touchdowns, and Galvan ran for three scores as the Cougars rolled to a 49-0 halftime lead en route to a win over the Grizzlies in a Week 10 4A playoff game.

Glacier Peak’s offense never could get on track and was forced to punt on its first six possessions. The Grizzlies’ lone touchdown came in the fourth quarter.

Bothell (8-2 overall) earns a place in the 4A state tournament, while Glacier Peak ends its season at 6-4.


Kentwood 44, Jackson 14

Jackson fell behind 27-0 early in the game and couldn’t recover in its loss to host Kentwood in a Week 10 Playoff game.

Garrett Holden caught two touchdowns for the Timberwolves (3-6).


Peninsula 45, Snohomish 27

Snohomish fell behind early and was unable to rally in its Week 10 Playoff loss to host Peninsula.

Panthers (5-5) running back Keegan Stich had 149 rushing yards and two touchdowns, and caught two passes for 24 yards and a score.

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Rainier Beach 43, Arlington 13

Arlington had no answer for Rainier Beach quarterback Max Nall and his trio of talented receivers as the visiting Eagles lost their Week 10 Playoff contest.

The Vikings jumped out to a 21-0 lead before quarterback Anthony Whitis got Arlington (6-4) on the board with a 2-yard touchdown pass to Cooper Cummings to cut the Vikings’ lead to 14 just before halftime. Whitis then found Campbell Hudson late in the third quarter for an 11-yard touchdown pass.


Archbishop Murphy 43, Lakewood 7

Archbishop Murphy’s Kyler Gordon touched the ball five times on offense and finished four of those in the end zone.

Gordon scored twice on the ground and twice through the air to lead the host Wildcats to a win over Lakewood in a 2A District 1 playoff game.

Ray Pimentel added 187 yards rushing and two touchdowns for Archbishop Murphy (9-1), which clinched a 2A state tournament berth. Lakewood’s George Toponce caught a 41-yard touchdown pass from Austin Lane for the Cougars’ (7-3) lone score.

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Nooksack Valley 62, Sultan 12

Nooksack Valley thumped host Sultan in a 1A District 1 playoff game. The Turks (4-6) were unable to contain Pioneers quarterback Casey Bauman, who rushed for a 60-yard touchdown in the third quarter to seal the victory.


Mount Baker 45, King’s 15

Mount Baker took a 31-0 lead in the first half behind three touchdowns from quarterback Kaleb Bass and never looked back in a rout of visiting King’s.

The Knights got on the scoreboard in the third quarter with a 17-yard touchdown run from Brennon Blevins to cut their deficit to 31-7, but another touchdown from Bass and a defensive score helped the Mountaineers seal the victory.

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Meridian 63, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 3

Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) fell to host Meridian in a 1A District 1 playoff game.

The Eagles’ season ends with a 4-6 record.

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Mount Vernon 54, Marysville Pilchuck 21


North Creek at Juanita (score not reported)


Marysville Getchell 24, Shorewood 13

Marysville Getchell quarterback Caleb Koellmer combined for 269 yards and three touchdowns to lead the visiting Chargers to their first win of the season.

Ian Roskelley led Marysville Getchell (1-9) with 153 receiving yards on seven catches.

Robert Banks ran for two touchdowns for Shorewood (3-6).

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Newport at Shorecrest (score not reported)


Monroe 44, Mount Si 40


Edmonds-Woodway 24, Gig Harbor 6

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