Jackson upends district rival Gulls

Herald staff

EVERETT – Sophomore quarterback Jason Morris sparked the Jackson Timberwolves to a 33-26 victory over the Everett Seagulls Friday in a Western Conference 3A game at Everett Memorial Stadium.

Morris was stellar throughout the game with two rushing touchdowns, one ofr 30 yards and the other 60. Morris accounted for 280 yards of total offense.

Jackson coach Joel Vincent knew going into the game that in order for his team to win, it had to stop talented Everett running back Ben Challman.

“Ben is a talented kid, and we held him to 63 (yards rushing),” Vincent said. “I am very proud of my guys. They really stepped up when needed. This team has turned the corner and I am very excited about our future.”

Chris Daoust had a workmanlike effort for the Seagulls, scoring three touchdowns.


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Jackson-Morris 30 run (Moore kick)

Jackson-Brush 2 run (Moore kick)

Everett-Daoust 2 run (Reme kick)

Everett-Daoust 29 pass from Seymour (kick failed)

Jackson-Morris 68 run (kick failed)

Everett-Daoust 9 run (kick blocked)

Jackson-Brush 3 run (kick failed)

Records-Jackson 3-4 league, 4-5 overall. Everett 4-3, 5-4.

  • Bothell 42, Roosevelt 0: Bothell racked up 230 yards on the ground, while wide receiver Kevin Woods caught three passes for 48 yards and two touchdowns in the Cougars’ Kingco 4A victory.


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    B-Leeper 4 run (Walker kick)

    B-Fouhy 11 run (Walker kick)

    B-Woods 10 pass from Allred (Walker kick)

    B-Townsend 18 run (Walker kick)

    B-Woods 24 pass from Allred (Walker kick)

    B-Gallacher 82 run (Walker kick)

    Records-Bothell 7-2 overall. Roosevelt 1-8.

  • Concrete 10, Darrington 7: B.J. Cochran and Jeremy Cabe of Darington combined for 19 tackles in a defensive struggle in a Northwest A defeat.


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    Darrington-McCoy 3 run (Cabe kick)

    Concrete-Massingale 70 kickoff return (Sanchez kick)

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    Records-Concrete 3-2 league, 5-4 overall. Darrington 1-4, 4-5.

  • Archbishop Murphy 2, Cedar Park Christian 0: Archbishop Murphy’s Kyle Procter headed in the game’s first goal in the 44th minute, while goalie Richard Albo recorded the shutout to lead the Wildcats to a tri-district playoff victory.

    Goals-Archbishop Murphy: Proctor, Carlton. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Albo. Cedar Park Christian: not reported. Records-Archbishop Murphy 12-6.

  • Mount Vernon Christian 2, Kingswest 0: Mark Madema scored both Mount Vernon Christian goals to lead the Hurricanes to a tri-district playoff victory.

    Goals-Mount Vernon Christian: Madema 2. Goalkeepers-Mount Vernon Christian: Haveman. Kingswest: Yoder. Records-Mont Vernon Christian 15-4.

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