Mount Baker ends Lakewood’s season

Herald staff

LAKEWOOD – The Mount Vernon Mountaineers kept Lakewood from claiming a possible postseason playoff berth with a 41-13 victory in a North Cascades game Thursday.

Mount Baker quarterback, Brent Cowden completed 19 of his 35 throws for 390 yards and four touchdowns.

Lakewood coach Jay Adams said, “Brent Cowden had a great game, and Lakewood did not.”

Lakewood could have advanced to the postseason with a victory. Mount Baker must await the outcome of today’s South Whidbey-Sultan game to learn its fate. A South Whidbey victory would send Mount Baker to the playoffs. A sultan win would eliminate the Mountaineers.

Mount Baker dominated this match up, not only on the scoreboard but statistically. The Mountaineers offense racked up. 544 total yards, while holding Lakewood to 175.


Mt. Baker-Mattingley 17 pass from Cowden (Marr kick)

Mt. Baker-Park 56 pass from Cowden (Marr kick)

Mt. Baker-McDonald 28 pass from Cowden

Mt. Baker-Lawrence 1 run (Marr kick)

Lakewood-Kazen 41 pass from Masterman (Redinghouse kick)

Mt. Baker-Mattingley 14 pass from Cowden (kick failed)

Mt. Baker-Brown 2 run (Marr kick)

Lakewood-Gamman 1 run (kick failed)

Records-Mount Baker 5-3 league, 6-3 overall. Lakewood 4-4, 5-4.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 41, Mountlake Terrace 34: Landon Hall led the Warriors with 318 yards on 35 carries. E-W had a total of 444 yards on offense. For the Hawks, Mike Yalowicki was 13-for-27 for 252 yards passing and a touchdown. He also ran for 50 yards on eight carries and scored two touchdowns. Mountlake Terrace had a total of 399 yards total offense.


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    Records-Edmonds-Woodway 5-3 league, 6-3 overall. Mountlake Terrace 2-6 league, 2-7 overall.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 26, Cascade 21: Marysville-Pilchuck’s Tino Psaradelis rushed for 204 yards on 31 carries and had a touchdown in the Wesco 4A victory. Cascade’s Jacob Rideb scored two touchdowns for the Bruins.


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    MP-Crews 4 run (kick failed)

    C-Howard 63 pass from Curtis (McNeeley kick)

    MP-Psaradelis 6 run (pass failed)

    MP-Lindstrom 9 pass from Swobody (Swobody pass)

    C-Rideb 5 run (McNeeley kick)

    C-Rideb 1 run (McNeeley kick)

    MP-DeBore 2 run (pass failed)

    Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 4-4 league, 4-5 overall. Cascade 3-5, 4-5.

  • Kentwood 35, Mariner 0: The Marauders lost a non-conference game to the No. 1 ranked team in the latest Associated Press Class 4A state poll.


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    Kentwood-Bonnell 5 run (Newbrey kick)

    Kentwood-Jones 4 run (Newbrey kick)

    Kentwood-Jones 4 run (Newbrey kick)

    Kentwood-Gardenhire 44 run (Newbrey kick)

    Kentwood-Small 92 pass interception return (Newbrey kick)

    Records-Kentwood 7-2 overall, Mariner 2-7.

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