Friday’s prep football stars

Jake Rasmussen, WR, Lake Stevens

Rasmussen accounted for five of the Vikings’ six touchdowns in a 41-7 win over Cascade. He had touchdown receptions of 7, 4, 46 and 10 yards, and returned a punt 75 yards for a score ­— all in the first half.

Jashon Butler, RB/DB, Meadowdale

Butler had a 9-yard touchdown reception, a 2-yard TD run and two interceptions in the Mavericks’ 31-14 victory over Edmonds-Woodway.

Keegan Stich, RB, Snohomish

Stich touched the ball three times and scored three touchdowns in the Panthers’ 63-21 win over Shorewood. Stich returned the opening kickoff 89 yards for a score. He later added TD runs of 64 and 50 yards.

Josiah Sargent, RB, CPC-Bothell

Sargent scored all four touchdowns for the Eagles — on runs of 43, 45, 90 and 42 yards ­— as they held off Cedarcrest 28-25 in a Cascade Conference game.

D’Andre Bellamy, LB, Oak Harbor

Bellamy blocked a punt in the final minute, setting up the game-winning touchdown run by Princeton Lollar Jr. as the Wildcats beat Arlington 22-21.

Caleb Perry, RB, King’s

Perry rushed for 216 yards on 16 carries and four touchdowns in the Knights’ 48-7 win over Sultan.

Camden Landrum, QB, Granite Falls

Landrum rushed nine times for a 153 yards and two touchdowns and also threw for a TD in the Tigers’ 47-6 win over Sedro-Woolley.

JJ Jerome, RB, Monroe

Jerome rushed for 218 yards and three TDs in the Bearcats 54-14 win over Jackson.

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