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. 29

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 29:

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


Lake Stevens 57, Glacier Peak 17

LAKE STEVENS — The Vikings reiterated their supremacy of Wesco 4A, beating the top-ranked Grizzlies in a heavyweight battle that decided the league championship.

Jayden Limar ran for four touchdowns as Lake Stevens dominated after falling behind 10-0 early in the game. The Vikings have won 54 straight league games dating back to 2013.

Cassidy Bolong-Banks added a pair of long touchdowns for Lake Stevens (4-0 league, 7-2 overall), the first being a reception that gave the Vikings a 14-10 halftime lead, the second being a run early in the third quarter that spurred Lake Stevens on to the rout. Kolton Matson threw two touchdown passes for the Vikings.

River Lien ran for one touchdown and threw for another for Glacier Peak (3-1, 7-2). Both teams advance to the Week 10 playoffs.

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Kamiak 21, Mariner 7

EVERETT — The Knights have had a rough season, but they prevailed when they needed it most against the Marauders to earn a return trip to the postseason.

In the game that determined third place in Wesco 4A and a spot in the Week 10 playoffs, Kamiak received two touchdown runs and 139 yards on the ground from Jullian Notoa and put together a stellar defensive effort to defeat their district rivals.

Chance Loudenback added a touchdown reception from Ben’tre Worthy for Kamiak, which improved to 2-2 in league and is headed to the playoffs despite being 3-6 overall.

Cartez Williams scored on a fumble return and rushed for 74 yards for Mariner (1-3, 6-3).

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Edmonds-Woodway 26, Oak Harbor 21

EDMONDS — The Warriors are heading to the Week 10 playoffs after beating the Wildcats in the Wesco 3A crossover game.

Edmonds-Woodway (5-4), the No. 3 seed from the South, trailed Oak Harbor, the No. 5 seed from the North, 15-13 at halftime. However, two long touchdown passes from Steven Warren Jr. to Will Kishpaugh allowed the Warriors to surge ahead, and while the Wildcats pulled back within one score, Edmonds-Woodway held on for the victory.

Warren finished 13-for-21 for 288 yards and two TDs, Liam Fitting rushed 16 times for 111 yards and a touchdown, and Christopher Cruz-Akre added a rushing score for Edmonds-Woodway. Kishpaugh finished with 173 yards on four receptions.

Aiden Finley ran 29 times for 132 yards and two TDs to lead Oak Harbor (2-7).

Ferndale 34, Monroe 28

MONROE — The Bearcats fell just short of a perfect regular season as they fell to the Golden Eagles in the Wesco 3A championship game.

The game’s decisive stretch took place early in the fourth quarter. Monore, the South champion, trailed 28-21 and faced fourth-and-goal from the 1. The Bearcats fumbled the snap to turn the ball over, and shortly after Ferndale’s Isaiah Carlson broke a 94-yard touchdown run to give the Golden Eagles a two-score lead. Monroe got back within six on Kody Edelbrock’s 78-yard touchdown pass to Mason Davis on a trick play with less than a minute remaining, but Ferndale recovered the ensuing onside-kick attempt to ice it.

Carlson finished with three touchdown runs and Conner Walcker added one rushing and one receiving TD for Ferndale (7-2), the North champion.

Davis and Beau Pruett each returned kickoffs for touchdowns, and Nick Mouser added a rushing score for Monroe (8-1). Both teams advance to the Week 10 playoffs.

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Stanwood 42, Snohomish 21

SNOHOMISH — The Spartans bounced back well from their first defeat of the season, controlling the game against the Panthers in the matchup between Wesco 3A No. 2 seeds.

Canyon Bumgarner ran for three touchdowns and 103 yards as Stanwood (8-1), the North No. 2, raced to a 35-7 lead through three quarters. Carson Beckt added a pair of touchdowns for the Spartans, one on a run and the other on a 39-yard pass from Wyatt Custer, while Ryder Bumgarner also scored a rushing TD for Stanwood.

Wyatt Doran, Brody Strandt and Paker Jackson scored touchdowns for Snohomish, the South No. 2, which dropped to 4-5. Both teams advance to the Week 10 playoffs.

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Marysville Pilchuck 35, Mountlake Terrace 13

EDMONDS — The Tomahawks booked their spot in the Week 10 playoffs with the Wesco 3A crossover victory over the Hawks in the game between No, 4 seeds.

Luke Shoemaker scored two rushing touchdowns, Kenai Sinphet added a rushing score and Gaylan Gray returned a kickoff for a touchdown to lead the Tomahawks.

Marysville Pilchuck, the North No. 4, improved to 5-4. Mountlake Terrace, the South No. 4, fell to 4-4.

Logan Tews hauled in 11 receptions for 145 yards and Matt Meadows and Zaveron Jones each had a rushing TD for the Hawks.

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Bainbridge 42, Meadowdale 15

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND — The Mavericks (1-8) lost the non-league contest against the Spartans (4-5).

Cameron Platt rushed for a score and tossed a TD pass to Cameron McCormack for Meadowdale.

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Redmond 62, Jackson 25

EVERETT — The Timberwolves (0-9) lost to the Mustangs (6-3) in the non-league game.

Issaquah 38, Everett 14

ISSAQUAH — The Seagulls fell to the Eagles in the non-league game. Mauricio Garcia ran for both touchdowns for Everett (2-7), while Josh Smith ran for 105 yards on 32 carries. Issaquah improved to 3-6.

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King’s 21, Cedarcrest 10

DUVALL — The Red Wolves (8-1) dropped the non-league game as the Knights (8-1) pulled ahead after the score was tied 7-7 at halftime. Jacob DiMarzio ran for Cedarcrest’s lone touchdown.

Mount Vernon 34, Shorecrest 7

SHORELINE — The Scots (1-8) dropped the non-league game against the Bulldogs (1-8).

Shorecrest quarterback Jaylen Viars ran for 67 yards and a TD and Gus Hamilton reeled in six receptions for 69 yards.

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Marysville Getchell 48, Lynnwood 14

MARYSVILLE — The Chargers (2-7) defeated the Royals (1-8) in the non-league game.

Carter Schmidt rushed for 161 yards three touchdowns to lead Marysville Getchell, which churned out all 430 yards of its yards on offense on the ground. Andrew Withers, Coen Ramsey and Brody Maddock added rushing scores for the Chargers.

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South Whidbey 36, Granite Falls 12

GRANITE FALLS — The Falcons (8-1) raced to a 28-0 halftime lead and coasted to victory over the Tigers (1-8) in the non-league game. Connor Gillen threw one touchdown to Parker Kern and ran for the second to lead Granite Falls.

Spencer Shilling and Bradley Kehoe combined for 90 yards rushing for the Tigers.

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Sultan 24, Klahowya 19

SILVERDALE — Westin Galle threw two TD passes and Derek Feltner ran for two scores as the Turks (5-4) prevailed in the non-league game against the Eagles (1-7).

Julio Vargas had 90 yards and a TD on four receptions and Hayden Murphy added 65 yards and a TD receiving for Sultan. Feltner finished with 86 yards on the ground and Galle was 6-of-8 for 155 yards.

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Burlington-Edison 42, Archbishop Murphy 7

EVERETT — The Wildcats (0-7 league, 0-8 overall) fell to the Tigers (2-5, 3-6) in the Northwest Conference game.

Kai Lewis connected with Ryder Burkett for Archbishop Murphy’s TD. Diontaye Moorman led the Wildcats with 81 yards on five receptions.

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Darrington 30, Concrete 18

DARRINGTON — The Loggers (6-3) topped the Lions (1-7) in the Northwest 1B contest. Darrington finished as the North Division No. 4 seed and will travel to play South Division No. 1 Mossyrock at 1 p.m. next Saturday to determine a state berth.

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Saturday’s game


Arlington 30, Shorewood 7

ARLINGTON — Jacoby Falor threw four touchdown passes and the Eagles (7-2) turned a close game a halftime into a runaway win and earned a Week 10 playoff berth with a victory over the Stormrays (5-5).

Falor finished with 201 yards passing and added 72 yards on 13 carries rushing. Jake Willis caught seven passes for 110 yards and two touchdowns.

Arlington enters the playoffs on a four-game winning streak and with its only two losses to Wesco 3A Champion Ferndale and Class 3A eighth-ranked Stanwood.

Shorewood was coming off a thrilling win over Cascade in a play-in game just three days earlier.

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Thursday’s game


Sehome 32, Lakewood 11

ARLINGTON — Lakewood closed out its tough conference scheduled with a home loss to Sehome. The Cougars dropped to 2-7 overall and 1-6 in league play. Sehome improved to 6-3 overall and 4-3 in league play.

Evan Stacey linked up with Toren Jack for a 6-yard TD pass, Dylan Kirkpatrick made a 24-yard field goal and Jaxon Moore recorded a safety on defense for Lakewood.

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