Sophomore running back Xander Larsen runs through the Mariner defense on Friday, Oct. 25 at Goddard Stadium in Everett. (Katie Webber / The Herald)

Sophomore running back Xander Larsen runs through the Mariner defense on Friday, Oct. 25 at Goddard Stadium in Everett. (Katie Webber / The Herald)

Prep football results for Friday, Oct. 25

With Week 8 in the books for all but one local team, league titles were earned, postseason berth secured and jostling for positioning in the playoffs continued.

Lake Stevens, Marysville Pilchuck and Snohomish all came away with conference championships Friday night.

The Vikings continued their dominance of Wesco 4A, clinching a seventh straight league title with a 70-0 rout of Jackson. The Tomahawks outclassed another Wesco 3A North opponent, topping Arlington 42-14 to bring the league’s championship back to Snohomish County for the first time since 2015. And the Panthers laid claim to their second straight league championship with a 58-14 blowout victory over Meadowdale.

Monroe secured Wesco 4A’s No.2 seed and a Week 10 playoff home game with a win over Glacier Peak in a game televised on ROOT Sports, and Mount Vernon locked up a playoff berth with a win over Kamiak, bouncing conference foe Mariner from the playoff picture in the process.

Shorecrest clinched Wesco 3A South’s fourth and final playoff spot with a victory over Lynnwood, eliminating the Royals from the playoffs. Edmonds-Woodway locked up the league’s No. 2 seed in a victory over Everett and Meadowdale fell to the No. 3 seed after its loss to Snohomish.

In Wesco 3A North, Arlington ended up with the league’s No. 3 seed with the loss to Marysville Pilchuck. The Tomahawks, Eagles, Squalicum and Ferndale had already clinched Week 9 crossover berths in Week 7.

Lynden sealed up the Northwest 2A Sky Division crown with a win over Blaine and Sedro-Woolley’s loss Archbishop Murphy. The Wildcats’ win over Sedro-Woolley clinched a Week 9 bye and the league’s No. 3 seed in the winner-to-state Week 10 playoffs. And Lakewood wrapped up the league’s No. 2 seed with a rout of Burlington-Edison.

In North Sound Conference play, South Whidbey and King’s kept their conference-championship aspirations alive with victories of Granite Falls and Sultan, respectively.

Here’s how it all went down:

Mariner 45, Cascade 28

On the back of Prince Riley, who carried the ball 18 times for 149 yards and two touchdowns, the Mariner Marauders cruised to a 45-28 win over the Cascade Bruins.

Roman Savchuk also had an impressive day for the Marauders. He was on the receiving end of a 36-yard touchdown to end the first half, returned an interception for a touchdown and recovered a fumble.

With Davanta Murphy-Mcmillan sidelined for the second straight week, running back Michael Purl did an excellent job filling in for the Cascade star, who’s currently leading Wesco 4A in rushing. Purl had 20 carries for 210 yards and two touchdowns on the day.

With the win, Mariner moves to 4-3 in Wesco 4A, and 4-5 overall, while the loss drops Cascade to 2-5 in league play, and 3-6 overall.

The loss eliminated Cascade from postseason contention.

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Monroe 32, Glacier Peak 10

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Mount Vernon 54, Kamiak 30


Lake Stevens 70, Jackson 0

Tanner Jellison threw touchdowns to four different receivers, and Dallas Landeros and Camdyn Hanks each added three scores on the ground as Lake Stevens, ranked first in 4A in the Associated Press poll, crushed Jackson at Everett Memorial Stadium.

Lake Stevens (8-0 overall, 6-0 Wesco 4A) clinched its seventh consecutive Wesco 4A championship with the win.

Jackson fell to 0-8, 0-6 with the loss.

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Marysville Pilchuck 42, Arlington 14

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Ferndale 54, Stanwood 19

Stanwood freshman quarterback Wyatt Custer threw a pair of touchdown passes and Garrett Craig made a two field goals of 40-plus yards, but Ferndale’s Wing-T rushing attack overwhelmed the Spartans defensively in a Wesco 3A North contest.

Ferndale improved to 4-4 overall and 4-2 in league play with the win, and Stanwood fell to 2-6, 1-5 with the loss.

With Marysville Pilchuck’s 42-14 win over Arlington on Friday, Ferndale is now tied with Arlington for second place in Wesco 3A North. Squalicum could join Ferndale and Arlington at 4-2 if it beats 1-6 Oak Harbor on Saturday at Civic Stadium.

Although Stanwood was out-classed on Friday, there were bright spots for the Spartans going forward. Custer hooked up with fellow freshman Ryder Bumgarner on a few big plays, and threw one of his two touchdown passes to sophomore Logan Schweitzer.

The other scoring connection was a 64-yard strike to senior Elijah Prout late in the third quarter.

Craig made a 44-yard field goal in the first quarter to get the Spartans on the board, and added a 43-yard kick on the stroke of halftime. Craig made both kicks, and attempted a 48-yarder, on a blustery evening in Ferndale.

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Shorecrest 35, Lynnwood 7

Behind three touchdown passes from quarterback Eladio Fountain, the Shorecrest Scots cruised to a 35-7 win over the Lynnwood Royals and clinched Wesco 3A South’s fourth and final Week 9 crossover berth.

Wide receiver Desmond Fox scored two 40-plus yard touchdowns, a 48-yard punt return and a 62-yard reception.

With the win, Shorecrest moves to 4-2 in Wesco 3A South and 6-2 overall, while Lynnwood moves to 2-4 in league play and 4-4 overall.

The Royals were eliminated from postseason contention with the loss.

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Snohomish 58, Meadowdale 14

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Edmonds-Woodway 49, Everett 7

Edmonds-Woodway scored the first 49 points of the game on its way to a Wesco 3A South route of visiting Everett.

Read Carr accounted for three TDs in the first half as the Warriors (5-3, 5-1 Wesco 3A South) built a 28-0 halftime lead.

With the win, Edmonds-Woodway clinches the No. 2 seed from Wesco 3A South for Week 9’s crossover games.

The Seagulls dropped to 0-8 (0-6).

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Archbishop Murphy 27, Sedro-Woolley 14

Archbishop Murphy clinched a bye in next week’s Northwest 2A Week 9 playoffs by holding off the Cubs on the road Friday.

The Wildcats (6-2 overall, 3-2 Northwest 2A Sky) jumped out to a 27-7 lead before Sedro-Woolley tacked on a fourth-quarter score.

Sedro-Woolley fell to 6-2 overall and 3-2 in league play with the loss.

Sedro-Woolley’s defeat, coupled with Lakewood’s 44-6 win over Burlington-Edison, handed the Cougars the No. 2 seed in the Week 10 playoffs.

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Lakewood 44, Burlington-Edison 6

Jared Taylor accounted for four touchdowns and Lakewood’s defense didn’t allow a score in a Northwest 2A Sky Division road rout of Burlington-Edison.

The Cougars (7-1, 4-1 Northwest 2A Sky Division) built a 10-0 lead after Taylor’s first TD of the game, and the Tigers (1-7, 1-4) answered back with an 92-yard kickoff return for a TD to tally their lone score of the game.

Lakewood dominated from there on out, scoring the game’s final 34 points behind three more scores from Taylor, a 55-yard TD burst from Malik Dotson and a rushing TD from Taylor’s younger brother, Justice Taylor.

The Cougars clinched the the Sky Division’s No. 2 seed and a bye in Week 9 with the win.

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Cedarcrest 14, Mountlake Terrace 13

Cedarcrest tight end Matthew Weinert caught a 2-yard touchdown pass from Cameron Kohlruss late in the fourth quarter, capping a 10-play drive, and Spencer Coomer batted down Mountlake Terrace quarterback Elijah Dahlman’s fourth-down pass to seal the win for the Red Wolves in a Northwest 2A Lake Division contest on Friday.

The game began in heavy rain and included a half-hour lightning delay.

With the game tied 7-7 to begin the second half, Mountlake Terrace’s Noah Thompson recovered a Cedarcrest fumble in the end zone to put the Hawks up 13-7, but the ensuing extra point was blocked.

That set up Cedarcrest’s game-winning drive.

Mountlake Terrace’s Jordan Sims racked up 134 yards on 24 carries and opened the game’s scoring with a five-yard touchdown run in the first quarter for the Hawks.

Cedarcrest countered with a 28-yard touchdown pass from Kohlruss to Andrew Kevin to tie the game at 7.

With the win, Cedarcrest (6-2 overall, 2-1 league) likely earns the final Week 9 playoff spot among Northwest 2A Lake Division and KingCo 2A teams.

Mountlake Terrace fell to 3-4 and 1-2 with the loss.

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King’s 34, Sultan 13

Hayden Teeter ran for four touchdowns and threw for another score to lead King’s to a North Sound Conference road win over Sultan.

The Knights (3-5, 2-1 North Sound Conference) scored 28 unanswered points after the Turks’ Kaden Hardwick tied the game at 7-7 with a 44-yard first-quarter TD run.

King’s stays in the hunt for a league title with the win.

The loss drops Sultan (1-7, 0-3) out of postseason contention.

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South Whidbey 42, Granite Falls 14

Kole Nelson led South Whidbey to a 42-14 North Sound Conference win over Granite Falls with one passing and one rushing touchdown.

South Whidbey moves to 6-2 overall, 2-1 in North Sound Conference. The win helped the Falcons stay in contention for a conference title.

Granite Falls falls to 3-5, 2-2 and is eliminated from the league-title race.

Ryan Gese gave the Tigers one passing and one rushing touchdown.

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Cedar Park Christian 14, Nathan Hale 0

In a shortened game, Cedar Park Christian defeated Nathan Hale 14-0 behind first quarter rushing touchdowns from Kellan Cerrilo and John Petrus.

With the win, the Eagles move to 6-2 overall.

The game was called shortly after the second half started due to inclement weather.

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Coupeville 18, Anacortes 7


Taholah 58, Darrington 8


Marysville Getchell 41, Shorewood 12

Marysville Getchell was propelled to a 41-12 victory over Shorewood behind a stellar rushing attack that ran for 269 yards on the day, spearheaded by Cheron Smith, who carried the ball 16 times for 109 yards and two touchdowns.

With the win, the Chargers move to 4-5 on the year, while the Thunderbirds fall to 2-7 with the loss.

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