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. 27

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 27:

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


Northwest 2A

Archbishop Murphy 20, Burlington-Edison 7

BURLINGTON —Special teams proved to be the difference-maker as the Wildcats moved a game above .500 with a league victory over the Tigers.

Jayden Madison returned a kick off 89 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter, Jonah Wilson scored on a 2-yard run in the second and Kyler Phillips connected on a pair of short field goals in the fourth quarter. After a winless 2022 campaign, Archbishop Murphy (5-4 overall, 4-3 Northwest 2A) can clinch a winning 2023 season with another victory next week.

Burlington-Edison dropped to 0-8 overall and 0-6 in league play. The Tigers scored on a 58-yard TD pass in the third.

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Mount Vernon 52, Lynnwood 12

MOUNT VERNON — The Bulldogs topped the Royals in a non-league contest. Mount Vernon improved to 3-6, while Lynnwood dropped to 0-9.


Wesco 4A

Lake Stevens 42, Glacier Peak 7

SNOHOMISH — The Vikings completed a decade of Wesco dominance, as their blowout victory over the Grizzlies gave Lake Stevens its 10th straight conference title.

Talha Rai and Jayshon Limar scored rushing touchdowns, Gabe Kylany returned a fumble for a score, and Paul Varela caught a TD pass as Lake Stevens raced to a 28-0 halftime lead in a game that served as the Wesco 4A championship decider. The Vikings (8-1 overall, 4-0 Wesco 4A) extended their Wesco winning streak to 58 games in advance of next week’s Week 10 playoff contest.

Chrisvin Bonshe ran for the only score for Glacier Peak (6-3, 3-1), which finished second in Wesco 4A and also advanced to Week 10.

Mariner 14, Kamiak 13

EVERETT — The Marauders blocked a punt for a safety with less than two minutes remaining, and Mariner created a three-way tie for third place in Wesco 4A with the victory over the Knights.

Mariner (1-8 overall, 1-3 Wesco 4A), Kamiak (1-8, 1-3) and Jackson all finished with the same league record, creating a three-way tie for the league’s third Week 10 playoff spot. The deadlock will broken by a Kansas City tiebreaker.

Wesco 3A crossovers

Marysville Pilchuck 45, Snohomish 0

MARYSVILLE — The Tomahawks (6-3), seeded No. 3 from the Wesco 3A North, earned a spot in the Week 10 playoffs with the victory over the Wesco 3A South No. 5 Panthers (2-7).

Arlington 45, Monroe 18

ARLINGTON — In what was supposed to be a heavyweight tilt between undefeated teams, the Eagles landed a TKO against the Bearcats to claim Wesco 3A supremacy.

Leyton Martin threw touchdown passes to Kaid Hunter, Jake Willis and Chase Deberry, then scampered 44 yards for a score of his own as Arlington (9-0), the No. 1 seed from the North, led 35-6 after three quarters. Caleb Reed added a rushing touchdown during the Eagles’ onslaught.

Monroe, the No. 1 seed from the South, dropped to 8-1. Both teams advanced to the Week 10 playoffs.

Ferndale 49, Edmonds-Woodway 14

FERNDALE — Conner Walcker went wild, rushing for 132 yards and three touchdowns and also catching a touchdown pass, as the Golden Eagles dispatched the Warriors in a battle of No. 2 seeds.

Two of Walcker’s TDs came in the first half as Ferndale (7-2) quickly grabbed a 28-0 lead, which was never threatened.

Diego Escandon, who replaced the injured Steven Warren Jr. at quarterback for Edmonds-Woodway (6-3), threw a pair of touchdown passes in the defeat. Both teams advanced to the Week 10 playoffs.

Shorecrest 14, Marysville Getchell 13

MARYSVILLE — A blocked extra point proved to be the difference as the Scots earned a Week 10 playoff game with the victory over the Chargers.

In a game between the No. 4 seeds from Wesco 3A South and North, Shorecrest jumped out to a 14-0 halftime lead. Marysville Getchell closed with two touchdowns in the third quarter, but the Scots blocked the extra point on the second one to retain their lead. That held up the rest of the way.

Daniel Stephenson threw touchdown passes to Ben Chesnut and Gus Hamilton for Shorecrest (4-5), which won its third straight after starting the season 1-5.

Marysville Getchell, which reached this point in part thanks to a blocked extra point that decided a 21-20 victory over Stanwood, fell to 6-3 as its five-game winning streak was snapped.

Mountlake Terrace 7, Stanwood 6 (2OT)

EDMONDS — In a remarkable defensive slugfest that was scoreless through the first overtime, Zaveon Jones scored on a 4-yard touchdown run in the second OT to tie it at 6-6, and the Hawks converted the extra point to defeat the Spartans and earn a spot in the Week 10 playoffs.

Stanwood, the No. 5 seed from the Wesco 3A North, twice had chances to win it with short field goals, but the Spartans’ attempt at the end of regulation hit the upright and their attempt at the end of the first overtime was blocked.

Mountlake Terrace, the No. 3 seed from the South, improved to 6-3.

Stanwood got a 3-yard touchdown run from Silas Turpin to start the second overtime, but came up short on its two-point conversion attempt.

Northwest 2A

Sehome 24, Lakewood 20

BELLINGHAM — Daniel Amevo ran for three touchdowns for the Cougars, but ultimately it wasn’t enough in their upset bid against the Mariners.

Sehome improved to 6-3 overall and 4-3 in Northwest 2A. Lakewood dropped to 2-6, 1-5.

Emerald Sound Conference

King’s 2, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 0

SHORELINE — The Knights claimed the Emerald Sound Conference championship in a walkover, as King’s coach Jim Shapiro tweeted that the Eagles forfeited.

King’s thus enters the postseason undefeated at 9-0 overall and 4-0 in the Emerald Sound Conference.

Cedar Park Christian (5-4, 2-2) would have either won the league title or created a three-way tie for first had the Eagles beaten the Knights.

Granite Falls 56, South Whidbey 31

LANGLEY — The Tigers (7-2 overall, 3-1 Emerald Sound Conference) secured second place in their league with the victory over the Falcons (2-7, 0-4). Granite Falls will face Nooksack Valley in Week 10 with a state playoff berth on the line.


Meadowdale 36, Chief Sealth 27

EDMONDS — Auggie Wilrich carried 27 times for 171 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Mavericks over the Seahawks.

The second half was a back-and-forth affair until Kelvin Mudaliar kicked a 42-yard field goal with less than four minutes to play to give Meadowdale its two-score lead.

Cameron Platt added a passing touchdown to Victor Eicher and ran for another score, and Luis Partida del Rosario returned a kickoff for a touchdown for Meadowdale (4-5).

Chief Sealth fell to 5-4.

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Issaquah 35, Cascade 20

EVERETT — The Eagles broke a scoreless tie with 21 straight points in the second quarter, and the Bruins were never able to catch back up.

Andi Cosme, Zach Lopez and Zach Surowiec each scored a rushing touchdown to lead Cascade (3-5).

Issaquah improved to 3-6.

Stadium 15, Everett 6

TACOMA — The Seagulls made a series of defensive stops deep in their own territory, then scored in the fourth quarter to pull within 7-6, but Everett couldn’t muster enough offense to overcome the Tigers.

Everett (3-6) scored its touchdown on Tadhg Thorne’s touchdown pass from Michael Noland.

Stadium improved to 5-4.

Oak Harbor 44, Shorewood 10

OAK HARBOR — The Wildcats pulled away late, scoring 22 points in the fourth quarter to defeat the Stormrays. Oak Harbor improved to 3-6.

Reid Petschl ran for the lone touchdown for Shorewood (2-7).

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Cedarcrest 51, Foss 0

DUVALL — Connor Altmyer was 15-for-23 for 246 yards and five touchdowns, and the Red Wolves (7-2) rolled to victory over the Falcons (0-9).

Cedarcrest led just 7-0 until late in the second quarter, when Blake Orme hauled in a one-handed 63-yard touchdown reception, which sparked the Red Wolves on a dominant run.

JT Marsh caught seven passes for 115 yards and three touchdowns for Cedarcrest, while Dylan Hartje ran 21 times for 178 yards and a score.

Sultan 56, Klahowya 27

SULTAN — Kaden Koehler threw five touchdowns on just nine pass attempts, and Derek Feltner and Jonathan Van Pelt combined for more than 300 yards rushing as the Turks defeated the Eagles.

Feltner, Kegan Aamold and Hayden Murphy each scored two touchdowns for Sultan (6-3), Feltner’s coming on the ground, Aamold’s and Murphy’s coming through the air. Van Pelt (rushing) and Julio Vargas Jr. (receiving) added single scores for the Turks.

Klahowya dropped to 5-3.

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Tulalip Heritage 58, Lummi 0

BELLINGHAM — The Hawks improved to 4-5 with the victory over the Blackhawks (1-8).

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Jackson at Redmond, 7 p.m.


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