Marysville Pilchuck’s Dillon Kuk runs with Arlington’s Kristain Fairbanks attempting a tackle Friday at Quil Ceda Stadium in Marysville. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Marysville Pilchuck’s Dillon Kuk runs with Arlington’s Kristain Fairbanks attempting a tackle Friday at Quil Ceda Stadium in Marysville. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Prep football results for Friday, Oct. 19

Three local high school football league champions were crowned Friday.

Lake Stevens won the Wesco 4A title with a 70-0 victory over Jackson.

In the defacto Wesco 3A North championship game, Squalicum defeated Oak Harbor 43-40.

Cedar Park Christian won the first North Sound Conference title by defeating Coupeville 42-0.

Here recaps and statistics from all of Friday’s local games:


Glacier Peak 42, Monroe 10


Mount Vernon 57, Kamiak 7

Mount Vernon took a 36-0 halftime lead en route to a Wesco 4A win over host Kamiak.

Carlos Garcia had three touchdown receptions, and Reilly Olmstead ran for two scores for the Bulldogs (7-1 overall 5-1 league).

The Knights fell to 1-7 (1-5).


Lake Stevens 70, Jackson 0

Lake Stevens intercepted five passes and set a school record by returning three for touchdowns as the Vikings tied a school record that dates back to the 1960s with their 37th straight conference victory in a rout of visiting Jackson.

Kasen Kinchen intercepted three passes, returned one for a touchdown and opened the scoring with long 72-yard touchdown reception to help Lake Stevens clinch its sixth consecutive conference title.

Tre Long tossed three touchdowns and ran for another two scores for the Vikings (8-0 overall, 6-0 Wesco 4A), who compiled 509 total yards while holding the Timberwolves (3-5, 1-5) to just 140.

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Cascade 34, Mariner 21 (statistics not reported)


Arlington 17, Marysville Pilchuck 10


Squalicum 43, Oak Harbor 40


Ferndale 56, Stanwood 26

Ferndale’s Gader Fox ran for 232 yards and three touchdowns on just 12 carries in the Golden Eagles’ rout of host Stanwood.

Lukas Sepulveda rushed for 78 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries, and added six receptions for 153 yards for the Spartans (1-7 overall, 0-6 Wesco 3A North).

Jacob Broselle scored three touchdowns, including a 96-yard kickoff return in the third quarter, for Ferndale (3-5, 3-3).

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Edmonds-Woodway 48, Everett 0

Edmonds-Woodway’s Capassio Cherry ran for three touchdowns and quarterback Reed Carr passed for three more as the Warriors throttled Everett in a Wesco 3A South matchup at Everett Memorial Stadium.

Cherry amassed 228 yards on 19 carries and Marcus Dilworth caught three passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns for Edmonds-Woodway (3-5 overall, 3-3 Wesco 3A South).

Everett (1-7, 1-5) managed 99 yards of total offense, while the Warriors racked up 516.

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Shorecrest 48, Lynnwood 15

Shorecrest’s Markus Selzler and Cyrus Filoteo combined to rush for 193 yards and five touchdowns in the visiting Scots’ rout of winless Lynnwood.

The Royals (0-8 overall, 0-6 Wesco 3A) jumped out to a lead in the first quarter on a 52-yard reception by David Weitkamp.

Shorecrest improved to 5-3 (4-2).

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Snohomish 44, Meadowdale 38

Tyler Larson and Tyler Massena combined for six touchdowns and 510 yards from scrimmage on 44 touches to help Snohomish edge host Meadowdale in Wesco 3A play.

Tayte Conover threw for a pair of scores and the Panthers (6-2 overall, 6-0 Wesco 3A South) pulled away with touchdowns from Larson and Massena in the third quarter after the Mavericks (3-5, 3-3) tied the game at 28-28 on a 34-yard scoring strike from Hunter Moen to Tyler Gibson.

Meadowdale running back Nate Hebert ran for 133 yards on 28 carries and threw a touchdown pass for the game’s first score.

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Marysville Getchell 28, Shorewood 27 (OT)

After Shorewood scored on its first possession in overtime but failed to make the extra point, Marysville Getchell quarterback Caleb Koellmer found Landyn Olson for a 12-yard touchdown pass and Cameron Hazelwood drilled the ensuing point after to give the visiting Chargers a non-conference victory.

Marysville Getchell (3-5 overall) trailed 21-13 entering the fourth quarter, but the Chargers’ defense held the Thunderbirds (5-3) scoreless in the final stanza.

MG’s offense punched one in and added a two-point conversion to force overtime.

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Mountlake Terrace 12, Cedarcrest 7

Mountlake Terrace quarterback Jesse James Martineau found Jordan Sims for a 23-yard touchdown pass, completing a 12-play, 99-yard drive in the final minute of a Northwest 2A Lake contest, sealing the Hawks’ win over host Cedarcrest.

The win, coupled with Sehome’s 54-27 win over Bellingham on Friday, puts the Hawks in a three-way tie with the Mariners and Red Raiders for the 2A Lake Division title.

Martineau finished the game 15-for-26 for 167 yards and the touchdown to Sims, and also led Mountlake Terrace (5-3 overall, 4-1 league) in rushing with 50 yards on 12 carries.

Tyler Gray ran for 136 yards and a touchdown for the Red Wolves (3-5, 1-4),

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Burlington-Edison 39, Lakewood 33

Burlington-Edison’s strong second half pushed it ahead of host Lakewood.

Cougars (4-4 overall, 0-4 Northwest Conference 2 Sky) quarterback Jared Taylor had a strong performance, completing 29 of 43 pass attempts for 311 yards, four touchdowns.

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Archbishop Murphy 42, Sedro-Woolley 21

Down by seven point at halftime, Archbishop Murphy scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to post a comeback win over visiting Sedro-Woolley.

Joe Ennis ran for 132 yards and three touchdowns, recorded a team-leading seven tackles and had an interception for the Wildcats (4-2 overall, 3-1 Northwest Conference 2A Sky).

Archbishop Murphy’s Mason Mathis added 132 rushing yards and a touchdown.

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Cedar Park Christian 42, Coupeville 0

A balanced Cedar Park Christian offense routed Coupeville in a North Sound Conference matchup as the Eagles racked up 177 yards passing and 167 on the ground in their victory over the visiting Wolves.

Five different players scored for Cedar Park Christian (6-1 overall, 4-0 league). Deegan Csigi completed 7-of-8 passes for 177 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Brandon Parrish completed the romp with a 90-yard kickoff return touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Coupeville fell to 3-5 overall and 0-4 in league.

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King’s 52, Sultan 13

King’s quarterback Casey Needham threw five touchdown passes, two to Noah Welch, lifting the host Knights to a North Sound Conference victory.

Needham was 20-for-34 for 332 yards and two interceptions in the game, in which the Knights seized control after Sultan (2-6 overall, 1-3 league) scored on its first possession.

Davis Campbell, who also provided lock-down coverage on the outside as a cornerback, caught six passes for 87 yards and a touchdown.

Jacob Gaenz and Max Lane also caught touchdown passes from Needham for King’s.

Avery Hamann recorded six solo tackles and six assists for the Knights (3-5, 3-1).

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South Whidbey 19, Granite Falls 14

South Whidbey clinched its first postseason berth since 2013 with a victory over host Granite Falls in North Sound Conference play.

Kody Newman found Aiden Coleman for a pair of touchdown strikes, and Caden Spear’s 2-yard touchdown plunge late in the third quarter gave the Falcons (6-2 overall, 3-1 North Sound Conference) the cushion they needed to hold off the Tigers (1-7, 1-3).

Clay O’Brien ran for 130 yards on 31 carries to lead South Whidbey’s rushing attack that racked up 176 yards on 52 carries.

Brayden Counsellor scored a touchdown and totaled 154 yards from scrimmage on 19 touches to lead the Tigers’ offense.

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Neah Bay 32, Darrington 20 (statistics not reported)

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