Prep football: Mariner converts interceptions to beat district rival Kamiak, 20-0

EVERETT — The Mariner Mauraders capitalized on two Kamiak interceptions, scoring on the subsequent drives, and out-rushed its opponent 264 yards to 96 in its 20-0 Wesco South victory over Kamiak Friday at Frank Goddard Stadium.

On five separate occasions Mariner went on drives of 10 or more plays but only scored on one of those drives — VanWierengen’s 1-yard touchdown run with less than 10 seconds remaining in the game.

Mariner had 303 yards of total offense and 19 first downs, while Kamiak had 145 total yards and nine first downs.

Kamiak threatened in the second quarter when Josh Glenn intercepted an AJ VanWieringen pass. Two plays later Pete Papalii returned the favor, returning the interception 25 yards to the Kamiak 16-yard line. Two plays after that, Stefan Doerscher caught a 4-yard AJ VanWieringen pass to put the Mauraders on the board.

On the first play of the fourth quarter on a Kamiak second and 20, Adrien Black picked off a Sam Ruppel pass. Nine plays later on third and 10, VanWieringen rolled out and ran the ball in for a 35-yard touchdown. VanWieringen ended the day with 58 yards and two touchdowns on eight rushes and was five of 13 passing for 39 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Adrien Black of Mariner was the contest’s leading rusher, gaining 93 yards on 19 carries.

At Goddard Stadium

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Mariner—Doerscher 4 pass from VanWieringen (Rynkiewicz kick)

Mariner—Vanwieringen 35 run (Rynkiewicz kick)

School—Vanwieringen 1 run (kick failed)

Records—Kamiak 1-4 league, 1-7 overall. Mariner 4-2, 5-3.

Meadowdale 42, Lynnwood 0: At Edmonds, Meadowdale piled up 226 rushing yards and forced two interceptions to take the victory in the Wesco 3A game. The Mavericks’ (2-1, 4-3) Naji Moore-Taylor had 116 rushing yards on 12 carries and scored two touchdowns and teammate Connor Hamlett had four catches for 35 yards and a 9-yard TD reception from Matt McDonough. Lynnwood is now 0-4, 0-7.

At Edmonds Distict Stadium

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M—Moore-Taylor 19 run (Henao kick)

M—Shelby 8 run (Henao kick)

M—Moore-Taylor 40 run (Henao kick)

M—McDonagh 1 run (Henao kick)

M—Hamlett 9 pass from McDonagh (Henao kick)

M—Brennan 63 interception return (Henao kick)

Records—Meadowdale 2-1 league, 4-3 overall. Lynnwood 0-4, 0-7.

Jackson 17, Mountlake Terrace 0: At Edmonds, Taylor Cox scored rushing touchdowns of 2 and 5 yards, Riley Carr kicked a 34-yard field goal and Jackson never trailed on its way to clinching a 4A quad-district playoff berth with a Wesco South victory.

At Edmonds District Stadium

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J—Cox 2 run (Sullivan kick)

J—FG Carr 34

J—Cox 5 run (Sullivan kick)

Records—Jackson 5-0 league, 7-1 overall. M. Terrace 1-4, 3-5.

Marysville-Pilchuck 34, Monroe 0: At Marysville, Marysville-Pilchuck passed just four times the entire game on its way to clinching a 4A quad-district playoff berth. Austin Denton carried 19 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns and M-P ground out 354 yards rushing as a team to take the Wesco North victory. Monroe managed just 84 total yards.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

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M-P—Denton 36 run (Stokes kick)

M-P—Denton 2 run (Stokes kick)

M-P—Sanderson 8 run (Stokes kick)

M-P—Sterley 3 run (Stokes kick)

M-P—Peterson 4 run (pass failed)

Records—Monroe 0-6 league, 2-6 overall. M-P 5-0, 8-0.

Lake Stevens 28, Oak Harbor 13: At Lake Stevens, Lake Stevens quarterback Nick Baker had three touchdown passes in the Wesco North victory that clinched a 4A quad-district playoff berth for the Vikings. Baker ended the day completing 18-of-29 passes for 188 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. Baker’s most popular target was Trevor Riecks, who caught seven passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

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OH—Hunt 23 pass from Jordan (kick blocked)

LS—Riecks 11 pass from Baker (Isaksen kick)

LS—Youngblood 4 run (Isaksen kick)

LS—Tupen 13 pass from Baker (Isaksen kick)

OH—Jordan 6 run (Flavin kick)

LS—Riecks 40 pass from Baker (Isaksen kick)

Records—Oak Harbor 2-3 league, 3-5 overall. Lake Stevens 4-1, 6-2.

Alrington 37, Snohomish 29: At Arlington, after an early 7-7 tie, Arlington scored twice in the last minute of the first half to take a 23-7 lead at halftime. The Eagles also blocked a potential score-tying Snohomish kick late in the fourth quarter of the Wesco North game. Arlington’s Andy Smith, in his first action of the season, threw four touchdowns — three going to Jon Shell — on 12-of-19 passing for 160 yards. Snohomish’s Ray Purviance had 197 yards on the ground on 33 carries and a pair of 1-yard touchdowns.

At Arlington H.S.

Snohomish07814—29

Arlington023014—37

S—Purviance 1 run (Moe kick)

A—Shell 18 pass from Pardun (Larson kick)

A—Lindberg 21 pass from Smith (Pruitt pass from Larson)

A—Shell 22 pass from Smith (Ginnis pass from Smith)

S—Purviance 1 run (Woolsey pass from Allen)

S—Caraballo 3 run (Woolsey pass from Allen)

A—Ginnis 43 pass from Smith (Larson kick)

S—Woolsey 39 run (kick failed)

A—Shell 6 pass from Smith (Larson kick)

Records—Snohomish 3-2 league, 5-3 overall. Arlington 2-3, 5-3.

Everett 40, Shorecrest 13: Jake Frauenholtz scored on a 67-yard touchdown run on the first play from scrimmage to spark the Seagulls and spoil Shorecrest’s Homecoming night. Frauenholtz also caught three touchdown passes from Chase Herrick and had two of the Seagulls’ four interceptions in the Wesco 3A League showdown. Michael Harris rushed 14 times for 84 yards and a touchdown to lead Shorecrest. Everett, Shorecrest, Glacier Peak and Meadowdale are all tied at 2-1 in the league going into the final week of the season.

At Shoreline Stadium

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Everett—J. Frauenholtz 67 run (Barhanovich kick)

Shorecrest—Brown 2 run (kick blocked)

Everett—J. Frauenholtz 4 pass from Herrick (kick blocked)

Everett—Murray 17 pass from Herrick (Barhanovich kick)

Shorecrest—Harris 18 run (Terrel kick)

Everett—J. Frauenholtz 30 pass from Herrick (Barhanovich kick)

Everett—Homer 41 interception return (Barhanovich kick)

Everett—Frauenholtz 19 pass from Herrick (kick blocked)

Records—Everett (2-1 league, 5-3 overall), Shorecrest (2-1, 4-4)

Glacier Peak 55, Shorewood 7: At Snohomish, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies rushed for 364 yards, with Alex Stepanchenko personally racking up 145 yards and two touchdowns on only five carries. Zach Richter was 6-for-10 passing for 93 yards and two touchdowns with Luke Westberg being his favorite target, catching three passes for 46 yards and both touchdown passes.

At Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium

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GP—Stepanchenko 57 run (Miller kick)

GP—Rollins 2 run (Miller kick)

GP—B. Kaestner 42 interception return (Miller kick)

GP—Stepanchenko 57 run (Miller kick)

GP—Westberg 7 pass from Richter (Kick failed)

GP—Westberg 42 pass from Richter (Miller kick)

GP—B. Kaestner 5 run (Miller kick)

GP—Lundstrom 14 run (Thaokhamlue kick)

S—Lair 7 run (Lair kick)

Records—Shorewood 0-8 overall. GP 4-4.

Lakewood 28, Sultan 7: At Sultan, Jordan Stauffer set a Lakewood school record with three interceptions and also caught six passes for 128 yards and three touchdowns. Quinten Baldwin returned an interception 34 yards for a touchdown and Lakewood rolled to the Cascade Conference victory. Zach Beebe scored Sultan’s lone touchdown on a 1-yard run. Lakewood’s Justin Lane passed for 249 yards, completing 16 of 29 attempts.

At Sultan H.S.

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L—Stauffer 10 pass from Lane (Stauffer kick)

L—Stauffer 27 pass from Lane (Stauffer kick)

S—Beebe 1 run (Barnhill kick)

L—Stauffer 65 pass from Lane (Stauffer kick)

L—Baldwin 34 interception return (Stauffer kick)

Records—Lakewood 3-3 league, 3-5 overall. Sultan 1-5, 1-7.

Granite Falls 42, King’s 13: At Shoreline, Jacob Howard passed for 116 yards and rushed for two touchdowns, Dylan Wold carried 18 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns, J.J. Campbell racked up 110 combined yards and Granite Falls defeated King’s to take a Cascade Conference victory.

At Woolsey Stadium

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GF—Brown 3 run (Howard kick)

GF—Wold 9 run (Howard kick)

K—FG Hauk 30

GF—Howard 3 run (Howard kick)

GF—Wold 12 run (Howard kick)

GF—Clark 3 run (Howard kick)

K—Clauson 18 pass from Vincent (2pt pass Vincent to Burley)

GF—Howard 4 run (Howard kick)

K—Safety ball snapped out of endzone

Records—Granite Falls 4-2 league, 5-3 overall. King’s 2-4, 4-4.

Cedarcrest 49, Coupeville 20: At Coupeville, Jason Bagby completed 14 of 24 attempts for 206 yards to lead Coupeville in the Cascade Conference game.

At Coupeville H.S.

Cedarcrest142870—49

Coupeville00020—20

Ce—Pleis 25 run (Felts kick)

Ce—Not reported 52 punt return (Felts kick)

Ce—Felts 11 pass from Edwards (Felts kick)

Ce—Collinwood 14 run (Felts kick)

Ce—Kriegbaum 2 run (Felts kick)

Ce—Collinwood 5 run (Felts kick)

Ce—Not reported 4 run (Felts kick)

Co—Griffin 5 run (Bagby run)

Co—Griffin 77 pass from Bagby (pass failed)

Co—Adams 3 run (pass failed)

Records—Cedarcrest 4-2 league, 5-3 overall. Coupeville 0-6, 0-8.

Darrington 35, La Conner 7: At Darrington, Cory Hoveskeland and Mike Parris each rushed for two touchdowns to help Darrington to the Northwest 2B League victory. Led by Scott Regelbrugge’ 16 tackles and one sack, the Loggers’ defense gave up just one first down. Hoveskeland finished with 75 rushing yards and Parris added 107 yards on the ground.

At Darrington H.S.

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Darrington—Hoveskeland 35 run (Brown kick)

Darrington—Parris 45 run (S. Brown kick)

Darringon—Parris 35 run (kick failed)

Darrington—Palmer recovered block punt in end zone (conversion failed)

La Conner—K. Brown interception return (kick good)

Darrington—Hoveskeland 6 run (conversion failed)

Darrington—35 S. Brown 35

Records—La Conner 1-3 league, 1-7 overall. Darrington 3-1, 6-2

Bothell 42, Roosevelt 0: At Bothell, Colby Burk carried 10 times for 106 yards and one touchdown as Bothell rushed for 320 total yards and threw for 223 yards in the Kingco 4A game. Perry Conrocide had four receptions for 74 yards and Kurt Stottlemeyer had two catches for 76 yards, and each player caught one touchdown for Bothell. Mitchell Muller and James Korn combined for 11-of-15 passing and each threw a pair of touchdowns. Roosevelt had 96 rushing yards and 84 passing yards.

At Bothell H.S.

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B—Burk 1 run (Kick failed)

B—Stottlemeyer 47 pass from Muller (Conricode pass from Korn)

B—Conricode 31 pass from Korn (Kaylor kick)

B—Michael Marriott 71 run (Kaylor kick)

b—Evan Hudson 10 pass from Mitchell Muller (Buescher kick)

B—Bobby Gagnon 13 pass from James Korn (Buescher kick)

Record—Bothell 6-2 overall.

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