Shorewood’s Kody Carpenter returns a punt during a game against Meadowdale on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 in Edmonds. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Shorewood’s Kody Carpenter returns a punt during a game against Meadowdale on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 in Edmonds. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Prep football results for Friday, Sept. 13

Friday night offered plenty of opportunities for local teams to flex their muscles against squads from out of the area.

The biggest flex came in Brush Prairie, where Archbishop Murphy picked up a signature 27-21 win over two-time defending Class 2A state champion Hockinson. The victory avenged the Wildcats’ 42-14 home loss a season ago and spoiled the Hawks’ 28-game win streak in the process. With the victory, Archbishop Murphy asserted itself as a state-title contender after last season’s surprising exit in the Week 10 playoffs.

Arlington shook things up in Wesco 3A North with a resounding 33-7 win over defending league champion and 2019 preseason favorite Squalicum. 4A No. 1 Lake Stevens topped 3A No. 5 Lincoln 35-26 in a matchup of squad’s featuring some of the state’s top college prospects. And 1A South Whidbey sent 3A West Seattle on a ferry ride back home with a 26-6 loss.

Not every quality showing by local teams ended with a victory, though.

In a down-to-the-wire game between two squads with state-playoff aspirations, Monroe came out strong against Woodinville but couldn’t put away the Falcons in a 21-20 home loss. The Bearcats led most of the game before ultimately coming up short. Monroe proved it’s a force to be reckoned with after giving the second-ranked 4A team in the state everything it could handle just one week removed from an impressive season opening 42-41 overtime victory over 2018 4A state qualifier Eastlake.

Those were some of the highlights of Week 2. Here’s how it all went down:

Meadowdale 40, Shorewood 8

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Archbishop Murphy 27, Hockinson 21

Victor Gabalis scored on a 1-yard keeper in the fourth quarter and Class 2A fourth-ranked Archbishop Murphy held on and snapped top-ranked Hockinson’s 28-game win streak.

The Wildcats improved to 2-0 on the season.

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Bishop Blanchet 47, Cascade 26

Luke Gardner rushed for 147 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Bishop Blanchet Braves over the Cascade Bruins in a non-conference game.

Alex Johnson added 145 yards passing and two touchdowns for the Braves.

With the win, the Braves improve to 1-1, while the Bruins fall to 1-1 with the loss.

Davanta Murphy-Mcmillan ran for 212 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries.

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Woodinville 21, Monroe 20

Monroe held a 20-7 lead on Woodinville, ranked 2nd in this week’s Associated Press 4A rankings, into the fourth quarter Friday, but the Falcons rallied to pull the rug out from under the upset-minded Bearcats.

Monroe (1-1), which knocked off Eastlake in Week 1, got 203 yards rushing on 31 carries from Blake Rybar, who scored two touchdowns. Gavin Newton added 77 yards on 18 carries and another touchdown.

Woodinville’s Noah Stifle found Jack Diskin for a 28-yard score early in the fourth quarter and then connected with Drew Lozano on a 35-yard strike with 4:44 remaining to take the lead.

Falcons running back Joey Johnson gashed Monroe for 252 yards on 28 carries and a touchdown.

Monroe’s Efton Chism III intercepted two passes on defense, and caught six passes for 44 yards on offense.

Chism had a field goal blocked with 6:38 remaining after a long Monroe drive that would have made it 23-14 in the Bearcats’ favor.

Woodinville scored on its ensuing possession and made the extra point to take its first lead of the game.

Monroe drove to the Woodinville 26 in the waning moments, but Bearcats quarterback Gio Fregoso was stopped on a 4th-and-1 play, and the Falcons ran out the clock.

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Ballard 28, Mariner 19

Roman Savchuk hauled in nine passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns, but Mariner fell to Ballard in a non-conference matchup.

Jackson Cole completed 14-of-23 passes for 273 yards, two TDs and an interception for the Marauders (0-2).

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North Kitsap 28, Kamiak 6

Kamiak fell to 0-2 with a non-league loss to North Kitsap.

Stats were not reported.

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Mount Rainier 40, Jackson 0

Jackson fell to 0-2 in a non-conference loss to Mount Rainier.

Stats were not reported.

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Lake Stevens 35, Lincoln 26

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Glacier Peak 24, Snohomish 3

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Edmonds-Woodway 38, Shorecrest 14

Edmonds-Woodway rallied from a 14-0 halftime deficit with 38 unanswered points in the second half and earned a win in its Wesco 3A South league opener.

The Warriors improved to 1-1 on the season, and the Scots fell to 1-1.

Stats were not reported.

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Marysville Getchell 37, Stanwood 14

Phillip Melomey ran for 81 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries to help lead Marysville Getchell to a Wesco 3A North road victory over Marysville Getchell.

Josiah Koellmer threw for 134 yards and a TD and added a score of the ground for the Chargers (1-1. 1-0 Wesco 3A North).

Isaac Ortega hauled in three passes for 83 yards in a touchdown for the Spartans (1-1, 0-1).

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Marysville Pilchuck 42, Oak Harbor 0

Dylan Carson rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown to lead Marysville Pilchuck over Oak Harbor.

Jordan Justice totaled over 100 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns for the Tomahawks in the Wesco 3A North matchup.

With the win, the Tomahawks move to 2-0 and 1-0 in league play. The Wildcats fall to 1-1, 0-1 with the loss.

Kyle Nyblod came up with a key interception in the first quarter, taking it back 52 yards for a Tomahawks touchdown.

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Arlington 33, Squalicum 7

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Lynnwood 26, Everett 20

Daniel Tran’s second touchdown of the game, an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter, put Lynnwood ahead to stay in a Wesco 3A South win over Everett.

Tran carried 19 times for 180 yards and the two scores for the Royals (2-0, 1-0 Wesco 3A South).

Jeremy Reed scored two touchdowns on 101 yards rushing and added a 90-yard kickoff return for a score in the fourth quarter to keep the came close for Everett (0-2, 0-1).

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Ingraham 21, Mountlake Terrace 7

Mountlake Terrace fell to 0-2 with a non-conference loss to Ingraham.

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Lakewood 49, Bellingham 0

Lakewood’s dual-threat quarterback Jared Taylor tossed a pair of touchdown passes and scored twice on the ground to lead the Cougars (2-0) to a non-conference home victory over Bellingham.

Taylor completed 13 of 17 passes for 165 yards, finding Morgan Stacey and Hayden Richardson on scoring strikes, and picked up another 92 yards on the ground on nine carries.

Landon Pruitt churned out 141 yards and two TDs on 12 carriers for the Cougars, who travel to face Evergreen in Week 3.

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Liberty 56, Cedarcrest 14

Liberty quarterback Samuel Brown ran for three first-quarter touchdowns as the Patriots thumped Cedarcrest in a non-league contest.

The Red Wolves fell to 1-1 on the season, and got their points on a pair of big plays. Sean Shannon ripped off a 69-yard TD run in the third quarter, and Cameron Kohlruss connected with Cody Hulse for a 60-yard scoring strike in the fourth quarter.

Shannon ran for 89 yards on seven carries, and Hulse caught two passes for 70 yards for Cedarcrest.

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Nooksack Valley 42. Granite Falls 0

Dane Winter and Cole Eldridge each rushed for two touchdowns and Nooksack Valley cruised to a non-league win over Granite Falls.

The Tigers fell to 0-2 on the season.

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Coupeville 27, Vashon Island 8

Coupeville picked up its first win of the season with a non-league victory over Vashon Island.

The Wolves improved to 1-1.

Stats were not reported.

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Cashmere 42, Sultan 7

Sam Phillips threw five and rushed for one touchdown to lead Cashmere to a 42-7 victory over Sultan in a non-conference game.

William Bennett scored the only touchdown for Sultan with a one-yard rush.

With the win, Cashmere improves to 2-0 overall. Sultan falls to (1-1) overall with the loss.

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South Whidbey 26, West Seattle 6

South Whidbey improved to 2-0 with a non-conference home victory over West Seattle.

Stats were not reported.

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Lakeside 55, King’s 22

Elyon Sundquist caught a pair of touchdown passes, but King’s fell to Lakeside in a non-conference road game.

Luke Marion threw two TD passes for the Knights (0-2).

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