The Herald's prep football roundup. (Photo by Elaine Thompson)

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 15

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 15 and Saturday, Oct. 16:

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Lake Stevens 91, Jackson 6 (Saturday)

EVERETT — Trayce Hanks returned two punts for touchdowns and Jayden Limar had two rushing touchdown all in the first quarter as Lake Stevens raced to a huge 77-0 halftime lead and rolled to win over Jackson.

Drew Carter caught three touchdown passes from Grayson Murren, Colby Easterling returned and interception for a touchdown and Jayshon Limar scored three rushing touchdowns for Lake Stevens (5-0, 2-0 Wesco 4A).

Hawkeye Delgado threw a 58-yard touchdown to Joey Schneider in the fourth quarter for Jackson (2-5, 0-4).

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Ferndale 48, Stanwood 30

BLAINE — The Golden Eagles raced out to a 48-14 lead in the third quarter and knocked off Stanwood in a Wesco 3A North matchup.

Class 3A No. 8 Ferndale (6-1, 4-1 Wesco 3A North) scored six of its seven touchdowns on the ground. The Golden Eagles moved into a three-way tie with Marysville Pilchuck and Arlington for first place in Wesco 3A North after Arlington beat MP.

After falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter, the Spartans (3-4, 3-3) twice cut Ferndale’s lead to seven points in the second on TD runs by Ryder Bumgarner. But the Golden Eagles answered back both times and eventually scored 27 unanswered points before Stanwood scored two TDs in the fourth.

Bumgarner upped his rushing touchdown total to 11 this season.

Stanwood’s Michael Mascotti connected with Tripp Loertscher for a 12-yard score and Isaiah Hughes had a 65-yard fumble recovery for a TD.

The Spartans can clinch Wesco 3A North’s fourth seed for Week 9 crossover games with a win over Mount Vernon next week or an Oak Harbor loss.

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Arlington 28, Marysville Pilchuck 14

ARLINGTON — Greg Dailer has won some big games in his 14 seasons as Arlington’s head coach.

There was the upset of Kentwood in a 2012 winner-to-state contest. There was the non-league rout of perennial powerhouse Lake Stevens in 2017.

But after Friday night, there may be a new one at the top of the list.

The Eagles (6-1, 5-1 Wesco 3A North) shut down Marysville Pilchuck’s high-powered rushing attack and stunned the Class 3A third-ranked Tomahawks (6-1, 4-1) with a 28-14 victory in a pivotal Wesco 3A North showdown at Arlington High School.

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Snohomish 30, Meadowdale 7

EDMONDS — Kale Hammer tossed three touchdown passes and the Panthers raced out to a 30-0 lead in the second quarter as they beat the Mavericks.

Hammer racked up 184 yards passing on an efficient 7-of-8 night through the air. Kyle Larson posted a game-high 107 yards rushing on 14 carries and Josh Vandergriend hauled in three passes for 115 yards, including a 73-yard score in the first quarter.

Vandergriend now has 1,121 total yards on offense and 14 TDs on 130 touches this season.

Mason Orgill and Wyatt Doran added touchdown receptions, Brayden Ulrich had a 2-yard TD run and Ezekiel Neubauer recorded a safety for Snohomish (4-2, 4-0 Wesco 3A South).

The Panthers can clinch their third straight Wesco 3A South title with a win over Monroe next week.

Hans Beck put Meadowdale (0-4, 0-3) on the board with a 16-yard TD run in the third. Cameron Plautt paced the Mavericks with a team-high 83 rushing yards.

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Lynnwood 21, Mountlake Terrace 7

EDMONDS —The Royals picked up a key Wesco 3A South victory over Mountlake Terrace.

Anthony Hooker had two touchdown runs and Julius Heudorf found Pavin Soumpholphakdy for a 57-yard scoring strike.

The win gave Lynnwood (3-3, 2-2 Wesco 3A South) soul posession of fourth place in Wesco 3A South.

Zaveon Jones scored the Hawks’ lone touchdown on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Mountlake Terrace (1-5, 1-3) now sits in fifth place in the league with a half game lead over Shorecrest for its final Week 9 crossover berth.

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Monroe 62, Shorecrest 0

SHORELINE — Cole Pruett had two receiving touchdowns and also returned a punt for a score and the Bearcats posted a season-high 62 points as they cruised to a league victory over the Scots.

Monroe (4-3, 3-1 Wesco 3A South) posted a shutout for the second straight week and the third time this season. The Bearcats face Snohomish next week with a chance to clinch at least a three-way tie for first place in Wesco 3A South with a win. Monroe would need a win paired with an Edmonds-Woodway loss to win a league title outright.

Pruett finished with 119 yards receiving on five catches and Gavin Ranz had 10 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns for Monroe.

The Scots (1-6, 1-4) suffered their fifth straight loss.

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Cascade 55, Shorewood 14

EVERETT — Julian Thomas piled up 307 yards rushing on 19 carries and the Bruins scored 48 unanswered points after trailing 14-7 in the second quarter on their way to routing the Thunderbirds.

Seven different Cascade (4-3) players accounted for touchdowns. Zach Lopez and Thomas each had two rushing scores, Xander Larsen and Lyle Pinaula added a TD on the ground, Josh Maritz connected with Jordan Mullerleile for a touchdown pass and Eric Sowards scored on a punt return.

Shorewood fell to 0-7.

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Glacier Peak 27, North Creek 19

SNOHOMISH — River Lien threw three touchdown passes and Trey Leckner had two TD receptions as the Grizzlies held off a North Creek comeback for a non-league victory.

The Grizzlies (5-1) scored 17 points in the final two minutes of the second quarter to take control just before the half. Lien dumped the ball off to Leckner on a screen play that went for a 42-yard score with 1:40 left in the half. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound running back sprinted up the left sideline and made a pair of defenders miss inside the 15-yard line before entering the end zone.

Glacier Peak then blocked a punt and took over at the Jaugars’ 15. Lien connected with Cooper Jensen for TD on the next play. The Grizzlies forced another punt and went up 24-6 on Sam McAfee’s 26-yard field goal as time expired in the half.

North Creek (3-4) cut the lead to 24-13 on Seongyoung Lee’s 1-yard run with 10:50 left in the game. Glacier Peak answered with a 41-yard McAfee field goal before Jaguars quarterback Kennedy McGill scored on 1-yard run that made it 27-19 with 3:53 remaining.

The Jaguars forced a quick punt and took over at their own 43 with 3:13 left, but Glacier Peak forced a turnover on downs and Lien sealed the game with a first-down run on second-and-12 that allowed the Grizzlies to run the clock out.

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Edmonds-Woodway 32, Marysville Getchell 0

MARYSVILLE — Aaron Barraza and Alex Rust each ran for two touchdowns to lead the Warriors to a non-league victory over the Chargers.

Trey Smith added an 82-yard scoring run for Edmonds-Woodway (4-3). Barraza churned out a team-best 164 rushing yards on 21 carries. The senior running back has ran for 470 yards over the past three games.

Marysville Getchell fell to 2-5.

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Everett 34, Meridian 22

EVERETT — Juju Williams racked up 149 yards and three touchdowns on 16 carries as the Seagulls upended Meridian in a non-league game.

It was the fourth time this season Williams has eclipsed the 100-yard mark on the ground. He has 907 rushing yards through seven games.

Noah Schmid added 45 yards and one TD rushing and Derek Bryant returned a fumble for a score as Everett improved to 5-2.

Meridian fell to 3-3.

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Granite Falls 46, Vashon Island 7

GRANITE FALLS — Riley Hoople threw three touchdown passes and ran for two scores as the Tigers rolled past Vashon Island in a non-league matchup.

Abel Gonzalez, Jaden Farmer and Jonathan Roberts each hauled in TD passes for Granite Falls (5-1). Gio Gonzalez and Spencer Shilling added touchdown runs and Jace Stevens finished with 161 yards rushing on 23 carries.

Hoople brought his TD total for the season to 13 (six passing, seven rushing).

Samuel Walker returned a blocked punt 25 yards for a score for the Pirates (2-4).

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Burlington-Edison 29, Archbishop Murphy 22 (Saturday)

EVERETT — Zach Watson had a 4-yard rushing touchdown with just under eight minutes remaining in the game to break a 22-22 tie and Burlington-Edison held on for a crucial Northwest Conference win over Archbishop Murphy.

Colton Johnson had a rushing touchdown and also threw a touchdown to Jelani Guerreo, but Archbishop Murphy fell to 3-4 overall and 1-2 in league play. The Wildcats dropped to fifth place in the division.

Burlington-Edison improved to 4-1 overall and 2-1 in the competitive Northwest Conference 2A, which will send only two teams to the state playoffs this season.

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Sultan 30, Cedar Park Christian 18

KIRKLAND — The Turks scored 15 points in the fourth quarter to secure their first league win in a comeback against Cedar Park Christian.

Tyler Sargent put Sultan (3-4, 1-2 Emerald Sound Conference) in the lead 22-18 when he connected with Hayden Murphy for a 20-yard score in the fourth. Derek Feltner’s 57-yard touchdown scamper sealed it.

Feltner racked up 206 yards on 25 carries to go along with his TD. Sargent went 5 of 11 for 141 yards and two TDs. Murphy added 99 yards receiving and two scores on three receptions.

Jet Torres scored all three touchdowns for the Eagles (0-7, 0-3). He threw two TD passes and ran for a score.

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Darrington 56, Concrete 20

CONCRETE — The Loggers improved to 3-3 with a win over Concrete.

The Lions fell to 1-3.

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