Washington quarterback Dylan Morris reaches for the ball against Arizona during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 14

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 14:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com)


Lake Stevens 48, Mariner 0

LAKE STEVENS — Jayden Limar ran for three touchdowns and the Class 4A fifth-ranked Vikings shook off a slow start to roll past the visiting Marauders for their 52nd consecutive Wesco 4A win.

After a scoreless first quarter, eight-time defending conference champion Lake Stevens (5-2, 2-0 Wesco 4A) exploded for four TDs in the second quarter and three more in the second half to cruise to another dominant league victory.

Limar, a Notre Dame commit, ran for a 70-yard score and finished with 137 yards and three TDs on 11 carries.

Kaden LaPlaunt completed 4 of 6 passes for 59 yards and one TD and Kolton Matson went 4-of-8 for 75 yards and a TD. Cassidy Bolong-Banks caught a 52-yard TD pass and Isaac Redford had a 9-yard TD reception.

Matson and Esteban Sedano added a pair of TD runs in the second half.

The Vikings’ defense came up with five sacks and held Mariner (5-2, 1-2) to just 27 total yards on 39 plays.

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Kamiak 42, Jackson 21

EVERETT — Ben’tre Worthy threw four touchdown passes to T’Andre Waverly and the Knights rattled off 28 unanswered points to pull away for the Wesco 4A win at Everett Memorial Stadium.

Kamiak (2-5, 1-1 Wesco 4A) trailed winless Jackson 21-14 late in the first half. But the Knights tied the game with a TD shortly before halftime and then added three more in the second half.

Worthy and Waverly connected for TD passes of 40, 20, 30 and 25 yards. Jullian Notoa and Desmond Curtis sandwiched those four TD passes with a pair of short scoring runs for the Knights.

Jackson fell to 0-7 overall and 0-3 in league play.

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Stanwood 42, Marysville Getchell 6

MARYSVILLE — Ryder Bumgarner ran for two touchdowns and the Class 3A seventh-ranked Spartans remained unbeaten with a Wesco 3A North rout of the Chargers at Quil Ceda Stadium.

Bumgarner opened the scoring with a 99-yard TD run and finished with 188 yards on just nine carries to continue his massive season. The star senior back has rushed for more than 1,616 yards and 17 TDs this year in Stanwood’s high-powered Wing-T rushing attack.

Caden Caldero hauled in a 37-yard TD pass from quarterback Michael Mascotti and Carson Beckt, Cruise Swanson and Wyatt Custer each added a short TD run for the Spartans (7-0, 5-0 Wesco 3A North), who square off against Ferndale next week in a de facto league title game.

Marysville Getchell (1-6, 1-4) trailed just 14-0 at halftime, but didn’t score until the fourth quarter. Carter Schmidt led the Chargers with 90 yards and a TD on the ground.

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Arlington 28, Oak Harbor 0

ARLINGTON — The Eagles locked up the Wesco 3A North’s No. 3 seed with a shutout of the visiting Wildcats.

Jacoby Falor had 189 yards and one TD passing and 86 yards and another score on the ground for Arlington (5-2, 4-2 Wesco 3A North), which led 14-0 at the break. Jake Willis recorded 94 yards and a TD receiving, Caleb Reed had a rushing touchdown and Jeremy Fleming added a 35-yard fumble return score for the final margin.

Oak Harbor fell to 1-6 overall and 1-4 in league play.

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Monroe 28, Edmonds-Woodway 14

EDMONDS — Blake Springer threw two touchdown passes to Trent Bublitz and the Class 3A sixth-ranked Bearcats pulled away to remain unbeaten with a key Wesco 3A South victory at Edmonds Stadium.

Mason Davis returned the opening kickoff for a TD, Monroe’s defense nabbed three second-half interceptions and the Bearcats engineered a 95-yard scoring drive in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

Springer completed 19 of 32 passes for 239 yards, Bublitz had a team-high 104 yards receiving and Kody Edelbrock added 86 yards receiving for Monroe. Beau Pruett capped the Bearcats’ final scoring drive with a 1-yard TD run and had a team-high 76 yards on the ground.

It was the first challenge of the season for Monroe (7-0, 5-0 Wesco 3A South), which had cruised past each of its first six opponents by at least 30 points. The victory sets up a de facto Wesco 3A South title game next week against Snohomish.

Edmonds-Woodway (3-4, 3-2) hung close despite losing both starting quarterback Steven Warren Jr. and leading receiver Jesse Hart III to injury on the same play early in the second quarter.

Diego Escandon completed 19 of 34 passes for 267 yards and two touchdowns. Cannon Kennard hauled in both TD receptions and posted a game-high 149 yards on eight receptions.

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Shorewood 46, Snohomish 21

SHORELINE — The Stormrays raced to a big first-half lead and stunned the visiting Panthers at Shoreline Stadium, handing perennial Wesco 3A South force Snohomish its first league loss.

Rory Swanson tossed a 73-yard TD pass to Alberto Solano and added a pair of rushing TDs to lead Shorewood, which was coming off a 62-8 blowout loss to unbeaten Monroe just one week prior.

Eduardo Eulogio powered the Stormrays (3-4, 2-3 Wesco 3A South) on the ground with 170 yards and one TD. Grant Harley added a rushing score to give Shorewood a 29-8 second-quarter lead.

Snohomish (4-3, 4-1) answered with a pair of TDs to cut the margin to 29-21 in the third quarter.

But the Stormrays pulled away with 17 unanswered fourth-quarter points, including a 99-yard pick-six by Isaac Van Horn.

Parker Jackson put the Panthers on the board with a punt return TD and Kale Hammer threw a TD pass to Mason Orgill. Kyle Larson added 96 yards rushing and a TD for Snohomish, which has won at least a share of the past three Wesco 3A South titles.

The Panthers face Monroe next week in a de facto Wesco 3A South championship game.

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Lynnwood 49, Shorecrest 0

EDMONDS — Zaire Griffin ran for three touchdowns, Raymond Siharath tossed three TD passes and the Royals routed the Scots at Edmonds Stadium for their first win of the season.

Siharath completed 15 of 25 passes for 239 yards and threw TD passes to Trent Whitehead, Jordan Whittle and Ryan Vail. Whittle had a game-high 91 yards receiving and added 59 yards rushing. Griffin paced Lynnwood (1-6, 1-5 Wesco 3A South) with 81 on the ground and Deon Baker added a rushing score.

Ramy Abdalla led Shorecrest (1-6, 0-5) with 50 yards rushing.

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Glacier Peak 49, Marysville Pilchuck 18

SNOHOMISH — River Lien accounted for five touchdowns and the 4A top-ranked Grizzlies erased an early double-digit deficit to roll past the Tomahawks for a non-league win at Veterans Memorial Stadium.

Lien tossed four TD passes to four different receivers, connecting with Trey Leckner, Austin Burns, Ryan King and Gabe Russel for scores. The dual-threat quarterback also added a rushing TD for Glacier Peak (6-1), which stormed back from a 12-0 first-quarter hole. He completed 17 of 23 passes for 194 yards and added 68 yards on the ground.

Ryan King ran for 110 yards, Russell had 101 yards receiving and Chrisvin Bonshe added 87 yards and a pair of scoring runs for the Grizzlies, who remained unbeaten against in-state opponents. Glacier Peak’s only loss was a 16-14 road defeat to Rocklin, California.

Joseph Davis scored all three TDs for Marysville Pilchuck (3-4). The sophomore running back opened the scoring by eluding several defenders for a highlight-reel 37-yard catch-and-run TD. He added two rushing scores, including a 58-yarder in the third quarter that cut the Grizzlies’ lead to 28-18.

But Glacier Peak answered right back and pulled away. The victory avenged the Grizzlies’ stunning 49-14 loss to Marysville Pilchuck last year.

Davis led the Tomahawks with 131 yards rushing and 72 receiving.

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Cascade 48, Meadowdale 6

EVERETT — Julian Thomas ran for three touchdowns and the unbeaten Bruins raced past the Mavericks in a non-league matchup of independent teams at Everett Memorial Stadium.

With the victory, Cascade (7-0) moved one win away from earning a postseason berth as an independent. If the Bruins beat Cedarcrest next week to improve to 8-0, they would secure a play-in matchup against the Wesco 3A South’s No. 5 seed for a spot in Wesco 3A’s Week 9 crossover round.

Cascade rode its high-powered Wing-T attack to a 28-0 first-quarter lead and a 35-0 halftime advantage.

Thomas scored all three of his TDs in the first half, bringing his season total to 24, and had 169 yards on the ground. Zach Lopez added two TD runs and 84 yards rushing and Andi Cosme also had a rushing score for the Bruins. Eric Sowards and Devin Gilbert connected for a 37-yard TD pass to cap Cascade’s scoring.

Meadowdale fell to 1-6 with the loss.

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Vashon Island 13, Granite Falls 12

GRANITE FALLS — The visiting Pirates rallied for a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat the Tigers in a non-league contest.

Gavin Toland gave Granite Falls a 10-0 first-quarter lead with a short TD run and a field goal.

That remained the score until the fourth quarter, when Oskar Weiss rushed for a 5-yard TD and a go-ahead 20-yard score to give Vashon Island a 13-10 lead with less than four minutes to play.

The Tigers (1-6) trimmed the deficit with a safety in the final minute, but the Pirates (5-1) held on for the victory.

Everett at Cedarcrest, ppd.

DUVALL — This matchup of independent teams was postponed due to poor air quality, according to a tweet from Riverview School District. The district said it hopes to reschedule the game for Monday, Oct. 17, if conditions improve.

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Sehome 42, Archbishop Murphy 14

EVERETT — The Wildcats suffered a Northwest Conference 2A loss to the visiting Mariners and remained winless on the season.

Sehome (4-2, 2-2 Northwest Conference 2A) returned an interception for a touchdown and more than doubled Archbishop Murphy in total yardage, outgaining the Wildcats 434-216.

Kai Lewis and Diontaye Moorman kept Archbishop Murphy within striking distance in the first half, connecting for long TD passes of 84 and 60 yards. But the Mariners rattled off 21 unanswered points to pull away.

Moorman led the Wildcats (0-6, 0-5) with two catches for 144 yards and two TDs.

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Sedro-Woolley 49, Lakewood 14

ARLINGTON — Lakewood suffered a Northwest Conference 2A loss to the visiting Cubs.

Sedro-Woolley, which was just outside this week’s Class 2A top-10 state rankings, improved to 4-2 overall and 2-2 in league play.

Evan Stacey and Nash Espe each threw a TD pass for Lakewood (2-5, 1-4 league). Benjamin Nuss and Jaxon Moore were on the receiving end of the TD throws. Bakary Sonko added 84 yards of offense on six touches.

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Cedar Park Christian-Bothell at Sultan, ppd.

SULTAN — This league matchup was postponed to 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, at Sultan High School.

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Saturday’s games


Mountlake Terrace vs. Inglemoor, ppd.

BOTHELL — This non-league matchup was postponed with no makeup date available immediately.


Quilcene 44, Darrington 6

QUILCENE — Quilcene raced past Darrington in a Northwest 1B game on Saturday.

After opening its season with five straight wins, Darrington (5-2, 1-2 Northwest 1B) has dropped two straight.

Quilcene improved to 4-3 overall and 3-0 in league play.

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