Prep Football: Glacier Peak 52, Lynnwood 20

SNOHOMISH — Kevin Campbell passed for 225 yards and three touchdowns in the first half and Glacier Peak rode its strong first-quarter tally of 35 points to win the Wesco 3A game. After an 85-yard kickoff return from Alex Stepanchenko got the Grizzlies on the board, Campbell came out firing with a 68-yard touchdown pass to Tanner Southard, an 8-yard pass to C.J. Hawley and a 12-yard pass to Jack Bonner — all in the first quarter. Sean Elledge had two interception returns for touchdown for the Grizzlies in the second quarter.

At Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium


Glacier Peak351430—52

Glacier Peak—Stepanchenko 85 kickoff return (Nelson kick)

Glacier Peak—Southard 68 pass from Campbell (Nelson kick)

Glacier Peak—Hawley 8 pass from Campbell (Nelson kick)

Glacier Peak—Bonner 12 pass from Campbell (Nelson kick)

Glacier Peak—Elledge 8 interception return (Nelson kick)

Lynnwood—Player not reported 46 pass from player not reported (kick failed).

Glacier Peak—Elledge 58 interception return (Nelson kick)

Glacier Peak—Moiseyev 11 run (Nelson kick)

Glacier Peak—FG Nelson 25

Lynnwood—Player not reported 72 pass from player not reported (kick failed)

Lynnwood—Player not reported 62 pass from player not reported (two-point conversion).

Records—Lynnwood 0-1 league, 0-1 overall. Glacier Peak 1-0, 1-0.

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