Lake Stevens’ Jayden Limar (17) leaps over a Federal Way defender for a touchdown during a game on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, at Lake Stevens High School. (John Gardner / Pro Action Image)

Lake Stevens’ Jayden Limar (17) leaps over a Federal Way defender for a touchdown during a game on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022, at Lake Stevens High School. (John Gardner / Pro Action Image)

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 16

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 16:

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

NON-LEAGUE

Lake Stevens 63, Federal Way 21

LAKE STEVENS — The Vikings produced a result worthy of their No. 1 ranking in the Class 4A state rankings in the non-league game, brushing aside an Eagles team that won its first two games in big blowouts.

Jayden Limar ran wild for Lake Stevens (2-1), rushing for four touchdowns as the Vikings led 42-7 at halftime after Federal Way scored the game’s first TD. Limar finished with 202 yards rushing on 23 carries.

Cassidy Bolong-Banks added two touchdowns — one receiving and one rushing — and had 91 yards from scrimmage on six touches for Lake Stevens. Talha Rai chipped in another rushing score and Joe McGinnis turned a fumble recovery into a 48-yard score.

Andre-Piper Jordan Jr. caught two touchdown passes to lead Federal Way (2-1).

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Everett 31, Jackson 7

EVERETT — Josh Smith rushed for 146 yards and a touchdown and also threw for a score to lead the Seagulls over the Timberwolves in the non-league contest.

Mikey Noland added 81 yards on the ground and two TDs for Everett (1-2). Ian Hendry added a 51-yard touchdown reception.

Tyler Lykken led Jackson (0-3) with 56 yards and one TD on 18 carries.

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Monroe 44, Kamiak 14

EVERETT — Blake Springer tossed four touchdown passes, and the Bearcats continued their impressive start to the season with the non-league victory over a Knights team that was a Class 4A state participant last year. Monroe is 3-0, has scored 44 or more points in all three victories, and has won every game by at least 30.

Springer finished with 334 yards through the air, Beau Pruett caught four passes for 120 yards and two TDs and added 40 yards and a score on the ground, and Kody Edelbrock had seven catches for 112 yards and a touchdown for Monroe.

Jullian Notoa rushed for a touchdown and T’Andre Waverly caught one for Kamiak, which led 14-10 in the second quarter before being overwhelmed when Monroe scored 27 to close out the period and take a 37-14 halftime lead. Waverly finished with a team-high 57 receiving yards and Notoa had 67 on the ground.

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Cascade 33, Inglemoor 14

EVERETT — Julian Thomas rumbled on, scoring four more rushing touchdowns as the Bruins remained perfect with the non-league victory over the Vikings.

Cascade trailed 7-6, but Thomas scored three straight TDs to give the Bruins (3-0) control of the game. Thomas now has 11 rushing TD’s already this season. Zach Lopez ran for Cascade’s other touchdown.

Thomas finished with 179 yards rushing on 31 carries and Lopez added 14 carries for 67 yards.

Inglemoor is 0-3.

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Coupeville 20, Sultan 13

COUPEVILLE — Derek Feltner ran for a touchdown and also caught a touchdown, but the Turks fell in the non-league contest against the Wolves.

Feltner finished with 55 yards rushing on 16 carries and had two catches for 30 yards. Westin Galle threw for 122 yards and a score for Sultan (1-2).

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WESCO 3A NORTH

Marysville Pilchuck 37, Marysville Getchell 14

MARYSVILLE — Marysville Pilchuck scored the game’s final 30 points to win its 11th straight Berry Bowl against its crosstown rival in the Wesco 3A North game.

Getchell, which has never won the Berry Bowl, led 14-7 thanks to a touchdown run by Carter Schmidt and a TD when an errant Pilchuck punt snap was recovered in the end zone.

But then Joseph Davis went to work for Pilchuck (1-1 league, 2-1 overall), scoring a pair of rushing touchdowns to give the Tomahawks the lead, and he later scored a 71-yarder that made it 31-14 and all but sealed the victory.

Getchell fell to 0-2, 0-3.

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Arlington 21, Mount Vernon 6

ARLINGTON — The Eagles continued their unbeaten start to the season with the Wesco 3A North victory over the Bulldogs.

Jacoby Falor threw two touchdown passes for Arlington (2-0 league, 3-0 overall), one to Kaid Hunter and one to Neil Carroll. Leyton Martin added a touchdown run for the Eagles.

Falor finished with 86 yards passing, 47 yards rushing and 78 yards receiving for Arlington.

Mount Vernon is 0-1 and 0-3.

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Stanwood 38, Oak Harbor 14

OAK HARBOR — Ryder Bumgarner rushed for three touchdowns, and the Spartans continued their impressive start to the season with the Wesco 3A North victory over the Wildcats.

Carson Beckt added a rushing and receiving TD for Stanwood (2-0 league, 3-0 overall), which built a 31-0 lead in the third quarter and coasted home from there. Bumgarner finished with 149 yards rushing on 10 carries and Beckt had 148 yards of offense on five touches.

Oak Harbor fell to 0-2, 0-3.

WESCO 3A SOUTH

Edmonds-Woodway 44, Lynnwood 21

EDMONDS — Liam Fitting scored three touchdowns — two rushing and one receiving — to lead the Warriors to victory over the Royals in their Wesco 3A South opener.

Jesse Hart added two TDs for Edmonds-Woodway (1-0 league, 1-2 overall), Steven Warren Jr. threw two TD passes, and Diego Escandon returned a punt for a score. Fitting piled up 283 yards of offense — 231 rushing, 52 receiving — on 26 touches.

Jordan Whittle and Zaire Griffin were among the scorers for Lynnwood (0-2, 0-3).

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Snohomish 37, Shorecrest 14

SHORELINE — The Panthers raced out to a 30-0 lead midway through the third quarter as they defeated the Scots in the Wesco 3A South encounter.

Kyle Larsen rushed 14 times for 123 yards and a touchdown, Caleb Podoll caught one touchdown and ran for another, and Kale Hammer threw for one touchdown and ran for one to lead Snohomish (2-0 league, 2-1 overall).

Jaylen Viars was 17-for-34 for 248 yards and two touchdowns, and Memphis Dietz caught 12 passes for 154 yards and a score to pace Shorecrest (0-2, 1-2).

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Mountlake Terrace 26, Shorewood 3

EDMONDS — Zaveon Jones ran for three touchdowns, leading the Hawks to the Wesco 3A South victory over the previously unbeaten Stormrays.

Logan Tews ran for the other touchdown for Mountlake Terrace, which improved to 1-1 in league and 2-1 overall. Jones had a game-high 142 yards rushing.

Alberto Solano’s field goal provided the only points for Shorewood (1-1, 2-1). Isaac Van Horn paced the Stormrays with 111 yards rushing on just four carries. Eduardo Eulogio added 94 yards on 25 carries.

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NORTHWEST CONFERENCE

Anacortes 21, Archbishop Murphy 2

EVERETT — The Wildcats fell to the Seahawks in the Northwest Conference game. Archbishop Murphy dropped to 0-1 in league and 0-2 overall. Anacortes improved to 1-0, 3-0.

Diontaye Moorman had 62 yards on two catches for the Wildcats.

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Burlington-Edison 24, Lakewood 6

ARLINGTON — The Cougars fell to the Tigers in the Northwest Conference opener for both squads. Lakewood dropped to 1-2 overall (0-1 league). Burlington-Edison improved to 2-1 (1-0).

Quarterback Evan Stacey and Logan McClellan connected on the lone score for the Cougars. McClellan had 58 yards on five receptions.

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NORTHWEST 2B/1B

Darrington 66, Concrete 42

CONCRETE — The Loggers turned in another high-scoring performance in winning the Northwest 2B/1B game against the Lions. Darrington is 1-0 in league and 3-0 overall.

Saturday’s games

NON-LEAGUE

Glacier Peak 42, Ferndale 14

SEATTLE — River Lien and Trey Leckner connected for five touchdowns and Glacier Peak (3-0) defeated Ferndale (1-2) in a game played at Lumen Field.

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Cedarcrest 21, Cedar Park Christian 0

KIRKLAND — Dylan Hartje ran for 193 yards and two touchdowns as Cedarcrest (3-0) blanked Cedar Park Christian (0-3).

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Thursday’s games

NON-LEAGUE

Granite Falls 34, Bellingham 0

BELLINGHAM — Connor Gillen threw three touchdown passes, two to Johnathan Roberts, and Spencer Shilling added two scores on the ground in the shutout win for the Tigers.

Granite Falls (1-2) tallied its first win of the season while Bellingham fell to 2-1.

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Mariner 26, Meadowdale 8

EVERETT — Mariner returned two fumbles for touchdowns, one by Cartez Williams, in a 20-point first quarter and rolled to the non-league win.

Williams also carried the ball 18 times for 140 yards and a touchdown, and Macky James caught a 54-yard touchdown pass from Damien Bagley for the Marauders.

Mariner improved to 3-0 on the season while Meadowdale fell to 0-3.

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