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

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 10

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 10:

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

WESCO 3A NORTH

Marysville Getchell 20, Mount Vernon 14

MARYSVILLE — Riley Riba ran for two touchdowns and the Chargers earned their program’s first-ever 2-0 start by beating league newcomer Mount Vernon at Quil Ceda Stadium in the Wesco 3A North opener for both teams.

Riba rushed for a 1-yard TD in the first quarter and a 45-yard score in the second quarter, followed by a 2-point conversion run.

Marysville Getchell kicker Eric Davydenko added a pair of field goals. He broke a 14-14 tie with a 32-yarder in the second quarter and hit a 20-yarder in the third quarter.

It marked the first time in the Chargers’ 11-year program history that they’ve won their first two games of the season. Marysville Getchell (2-0, 1-0 Wesco 3A North), which beat Meadowdale last week, has allowed just 21 points combined in its two victories.

Mount Vernon (0-2, 0-1) scored on a TD pass from Aiden Seaver to Mikai Young and a 67-yard TD run by Taylor Saben.

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Marysville Pilchuck 49, Stanwood 14

STANWOOD — Dylan Carson ran for 316 yards and five touchdowns to lead Class 3A eighth-ranked Marysville Pilchuck past the Spartans in the Wesco 3A North opener for both teams.

Marysville Pilchuck (2-0, 1-0 Wesco 3A North) and its high-powered Slot-T ground attack amassed 509 yards rushing, while averaging a whopping 12.7 yards per carry.

Carson averaged 15.8 yards per attempt and scored on runs of 55, 6, 58, 10 and 77 yards. The standout senior has rushed for 526 yards and eight TDs through two games.

Jordan Velasquez added 128 yards and two scores on just six carries for Marysville Pilchuck, including TD runs of 31 and 20 yards.

Marysville Pilchuck, which rolled past Shorecrest last week, has outscored its first two opponents 101-21.

Stanwood (0-2, 0-1) has surrendered 99 combined points through its first two games.

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Arlington 54, Oak Harbor 0

ARLINGTON — Trent Nobach needed just two quarters to rack up six touchdown passes, do-it-all receiver Levi Younger had two touchdown catches and a kick return score, and the Eagles (2-0, 1-0 Wesco 3A North) cruised past the visiting Wildcats (1-1, 0-1) in the league opener for both teams.

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WESCO 3A SOUTH

Shorecrest 41, Mountlake Terrace 0

EDMONDS — Carson Christensen ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as visiting Shorecrest cruised past Mountlake Terrace in the Wesco 3A South opener for both teams at Edmonds Stadium.

The Scots (1-1, 1-0 Wesco 3A South) built a 41-0 third-quarter lead to put the running clock in effect.

The Hawks (0-2, 0-1) have scored just eight points combined in their first two games.

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NON-LEAGUE

Glacier Peak 50, Monroe 21

MONROE — The 4A eighth-ranked Grizzlies rolled past the Bearcats in a non-league clash of former Wesco 4A rivals.

Glacier Peak (2-0) has scored a combined 113 points in its past two games against Monroe, including a 63-21 rout this past spring.

After opening the season with wins over Snohomish and Monroe, the Grizzlies face perennial 4A state powerhouse Woodinville next Thursday.

The Bearcats (0-2) have allowed a combined 105 points in their first two games, both against state-ranked teams. Monroe fell to 3A No. 10 Ferndale last week.

Lakewood 43, Lynden Christian 30

LYNDEN — Justice Taylor accounted for 260 yards and three touchdowns as the 2A sixth-ranked Cougars pulled away to beat the 1A fifth-ranked Lyncs in a non-league showdown.

Lakewood (2-0) trailed 28-22 in the third quarter, but rattled off 21 consecutive points to surge in front and seize control.

Taylor began the second-half scoring spree with a go-ahead 85-yard TD run. Riley Maggard then added TD runs of 12 and 63 yards to give the Cougars a 43-28 fourth-quarter lead.

Taylor finished with 194 yards and two scores on 26 carries. He also completed 10 of 19 passes for 66 yards and another TD.

Lynden Christian quarterback William Colwell went 17-of-37 passing for 242 yards, four TDs and three interceptions. He also ran for 60 yards.

Caleb Ryan added seven catches for 109 yards and a score for the Lyncs (0-2).

This was a matchup between two of the state’s premier 2A and 1A programs. In 2019, Lakewood reached the 2A state quarterfinals and Lynden Christian reached the 1A state title game.

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Archbishop Murphy 27, Fife 17

FIFE — Backup quarterback Colton Johnson threw three long second-half touchdown passes to lead the 2A ninth-ranked Wildcats to a comeback win over the Trojans in a non-league clash.

After starting quarterback Kai Lewis exited with an injury in the second quarter, Johnson filled in and threw TD passes of 66, 87 and 56 yards. He finished 4-of-6 passing for 211 yards and three scores.

Jelani Guerrero led Archbishop Murphy (1-1) with six catches for 161 yards and two TDs.

Johnson’s first TD pass to Guerrero gave the Wildcats a 14-10 third-quarter lead. Then after Fife (0-2) pulled back in front with a scoring run, Johnson and Guerrero connected for another long TD pass to give Archbishop Murphy a 21-17 edge in the fourth quarter.

The Trojans drove into Wildcats territory with less than four minutes to play, but Archbishop Murphy’s defense came up with a pivotal stop on fourth-and-1.

Johnson and Tyreek Curley then connected for a long third-down TD pass to make it a two-score game.

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Everett 34, Jackson 10

EVERETT — Juju Williams totaled 292 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns to lead the Seagulls past the Timberwolves in a non-league game at Everett Memorial Stadium.

Everett (2-0) racked up 524 total yards of offense, including 431 yards rushing at a clip of 8.5 yards per carry.

Williams ran for 217 yards and a TD on 24 attempts. He also caught two passes for 75 yards and two scores.

Mike Noland also had a big night on the ground for the Seagulls, finishing with 174 yards and one TD on 21 carries.

Jemyre Reed added an interception return score for Everett, which is playing an independent schedule this fall. The Seagulls, who routed Bellingham last week, have outscored their first two opponents 93-17.

Jackson (0-2) suffered its second straight loss to open the season.

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Kamiak 48, Shorewood 6

EVERETT — The Knights cruised past visiting Shorewood in a non-league game at Goddard Stadium for their second consecutive blowout win to open the season.

Wesley Garrett had over 100 yards receiving and rushing, racking up 230 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns on just eight touches. The senior had four carries for 124 yards and four receptions for 106 yards. Quarterback Ben’tre Worthy threw three touchdown passes.

Kamiak (2-0), which routed Stanwood last week, has outscored its first two opponents 98-27.

Shorewood (0-2), which is playing an independent schedule this fall, suffered its second straight loss to open the season.

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Mariner 28, Cascade 21

EVERETT — Brandon Rutledge caught a 35-yard touchdown pass from Damien Bagley with just 28 seconds remaining in regulation, and the Marauders (2-0) edged the Bruins (1-1) in a rainy non-league thriller at Everett Memorial Stadium.

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Emerald Ridge 43, Edmonds-Woodway 22

EDMONDS — The Warriors suffered a blowout non-league loss to the visiting Jaguars at Edmonds Stadium.

Jake Schakel, a sophomore, threw five touchdown passes in the first half to lead Emerald Ridge (1-1) to a 36-0 halftime advantage.

Edmonds-Woodway (0-2) was originally scheduled to play Meadowdale in a league contest. But after the Mavericks canceled because of COVID-19 protocols, the Warriors filled the opening with Emerald Ridge, a 4A school from Puyallup.

Granite Falls 38, Friday Harbor 15

FRIDAY HARBOR — Kaleb Roberts and Keldyn Smith each ran for two touchdowns and the Tigers earned their first 2-0 start since 2007 with a non-league win over the Wolverines.

Roberts rushed for 109 yards on 18 carries and Smith added 80 yards on six carries, helping Granite Falls (2-0) race to a 25-0 halftime lead.

Riley Hoople and Spencer Shilling also had a TD run apiece for the Tigers.

Granite Falls held Friday Harbor (0-2) scoreless until the game’s final three minutes.

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Sultan 21, La Conner 0

LA CONNER — Derek Feltner ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Turks to a non-league win over the Braves.

Feltner scored on runs of 31 and 2 yards to give Sultan (2-0) a 14-0 halftime lead. Tyler Sargent and Westin Galle connected for a 27-yard TD pass in the third quarter to make it 21-0.

La Conner fell to 0-1.

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