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

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 22

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 22:

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Lake Stevens 35, Kamiak 28

LAKE STEVENS — Jayden Limar’s fourth-quarter rushing score proved to be the game-winner as the powerhouse Vikings outlasted upstart Kamiak in a Wesco 4A showdown.

Grayson Murren threw three touchdown passes, all to senior Drew Carter, and Trayce Hanks returned a kickoff for a 95-yard score for Lake Stevens (6-0, 3-0).

Murren’s second scoring strike to Murren put Class 4A second-ranked Lake Stevens up 21-7 in the second. Kamiak tied it up with a rushing score by quarterback Ben’tre Worthy in the second and 67-yard TD pass from Worthy to Wesley Garrett in the third.

Murren and Carter answered back with their third scoring connection to make it 28-21. Worthy tied it at 28 with a TD pass to Cayden Wotipka in the third.

Worthy finished with four total touchdowns — three passing, one rushing — and Garret scored twice through the air for the Knights (6-1, 2-1).

Limar finished with 162 yards rushing on 23 carries, and Carter had six receptions for 90 yards to go along with his three scores.

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Glacier Peak 63, Jackson 0

SNOHOMISH — Ryan King ran for three touchdowns and Trey Lecker chipped in two rushing scores as the Grizzlies, ranked ninth in Class 4A, walloped the Timberwolves.

Gabe Russell, Jadon Claps, Mattew Lillich and Spencer Dhondt each added a TD on the ground for Glacier Peak (6-1, 2-0 league).

Jackson fell to 0-3 in league play and 2-6 overall.

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Marysville Pilchuck 49, Oak Harbor 8

MARYSVILLE — Dylan Carson rushed for 192 yards and four touchdowns on just eight carries and the Class 3A No. 7 Tomahawks scored the games first 49 points in a rout of Oak Harbor.

Jordan Velasquez added three rushing scores and 111 yards on five carries for Marysville Pilchuck (7-1, 5-1 league). The Tomahawks finished in a three-way tie for first place in Wesco 3A North with Arlington and Ferndale. Wesco’s preseason numerical draw gives Ferndale the No.1 seed, Arlington the No. 2 seed and Marysville Pilchuck the No. 3 seed. The Tomahawks will host a win-or-go-home Week 9 crossover game against the Wesco 3A South No. 5 seed next week.

The Wildcats (3-5, 2-4) finished fifth in the league and will visit Snohomish next week for a chance to make the Week 10 playoffs.

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Stanwood 40, Mount Vernon 7

MOUNT VERNON — The Spartans ran for six touchdowns as they cruised past the Bulldogs in their Wesco 3A North finale.

Stanwood (4-4, 3-3 league) secured its first .500 season in league play since 2017. The Spartans host Lynnwood with a chance to crack the Week 10 playoffs next week.

Mount Vernon (0-7, 0-6) remained winless on the season.

Ferndale 46, Marysville Getchell 7

BLAINE — The Golden Eagles locked up the top seed in Wesco 3A North with a blowout of the Chargers.

Class 3A No. 9 Ferndale (7-1 , 5-1 league) will host Monroe in the Wesco 3A title game next week.

Marysville Getchell to 1-5 in league play and 2-6 overall.


Monroe 42, Snohomish 40, OT

MONROE — At the end of every practice, the Monroe football team’s offense and defense square off against each other in a simulated overtime situation.

All those overtime drills paid off in the biggest of moments Friday night.

The Bearcats stuffed Snohomish on a 2-point conversion attempt and captured a share of the Wesco 3A South title with a 42-40 overtime win over the two-time defending league champion Panthers in a wild back-and-forth regular-season finale at Monroe High School.

“We got in that situation and we were like, ‘Hey, since the fourth day of practice we’ve been doing this,’” Bearcats coach Scott Darrow said. “The kids were just so confident and so ready for it. There was no doubt when we got into overtime (that) we were gonna win this game.”

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Shorecrest 41, Shorewood 21

Lynnwood 48, Meadowdale 6

Mountlake Terrace vs. Edmonds-Woodway, canceled


Everett 16, Cascade 13

EVERETT — Jase Caveny-Marty made a game-winning 20-yard field goal with one second left in regulation to lift the Seagulls to their first Battle of Broadway victory over rival Cascade since 2016.

Everett (6-2) scored a touchdown in the final minutes of the fourth to tie it at 13. A Bruins fumble shortly after gave the Seagulls the ball inside the red zone to set up the winning score.

Juju Williams finished with a team-best 95 rushing yards, Brandon Diaz ran for 58 yards and a TD and quarterback Noah Schmid connected with Jemyre Reed for a 2-yard touchdown pass for Everett.

Lyle Pinaula scored on a 32-yard run and Josh Maritz found Xander Larsen for a 41-yard TD strike for Cascade (4-4). Larsen finished with 86 yards receiving and Pinaula added 68 yards rushing on seven carries for the Bruins.

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Arlington 57, Mariner 18

ARLINGTON — The Eagles improved to 7-1 as they eclipsed 50 points for the third time this season in a non-league victory over the Marauders.

Arlington, the Wesco 3A North No. 2 seed, currently has a bye next week due to Wesco 3A South No. 2 Edmonds-Woodway canceling their Week 9 crossover game due to COVID-19 protocols within the Warriors’ program. Both teams will advance to the Week 10 playoffs.

Mariner (3-5) lost its fifth straight game after starting the season 3-0.


Lynden 38, Archbishop Murphy 14

LYNDEN — The Lions raced out to a 31-0 lead in the second quarter and cruised to a Northwest 2A victory over Archbishop Murphy.

Class 2A No. 3 Lynden (7-1, 5-0 league) remains as the only unbeaten team in league play.

The Wildcats’ state playoff hopes took a major hit with the loss. Archbishop Murphy fell to 1-3 in conference play and 3-5 overall.

Lakewood 50, Sehome 21

ARLINGTON — The Cougars raced out to a 44-7 lead at halftime on their way to win over Sehome.

The 50 points was a season high for Lakewood (3-4, 2-3 Northwest 2A).

The Mariners fell to 0-5 in league play and 1-6 overall.


King’s 42, Granite Falls 0

GRANITE FALLS — Hayden Teeter tossed four touchdown passes and the unbeaten Knights rolled past the Tigers to clinch the Emerald Sound Conference title.

Teeter connected with Lucas Predergast for King’s first two scores, Caden Kennelly and Weston Campbell added TD receptions and Cutter Rolfs and Chris Newton each had rushing scores for the Class 1A No. 7 Knights (8-0, 3-0 league).

Teeter finished 10 of 16 for 220 yards and added 44 rushing yards on eight carries.

Granite Falls (5-2, 2-1) suffered its first league loss and was held scoreless for the first time this season. The Tigers travel to South Whidbey next Friday for a game that will determine who gets the league’s second state berth.

Keldyn Smith led Granite Falls with 87 rushing yards on four carries.

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South Whidbey 34, Sultan 14

SULTAN — The Falcons threw for over 200 yards and ran for more than 200 yards in a conference victory over hosting Sultan.

Ryan Morgan completed 15-of-23 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns for South Whidbey (5-3, 2-1 league). The Falcons host Granite Falls next Friday in a contest that will determine who gets the Emerald Sound Conference’s second state berth.

Derek Feltner paced the Turks (3-5, 1-3) with 172 yards and two TDs on 15 carries. Ivan Rodriguez chipped in 104 yards on 15 rushes. The loss eliminated Sultan from postseason contention.

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