Marysville Pilchuck’s Joseph Davis (22) is tackled by Edmonds-Woodway’s Killian Chappell after a long run during a game on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022, at Marysville Pilchuck High School. (John Gardner/Pro Action Image)

Marysville Pilchuck’s Joseph Davis (22) is tackled by Edmonds-Woodway’s Killian Chappell after a long run during a game on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022, at Marysville Pilchuck High School. (John Gardner/Pro Action Image)

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 2

Prep football roundup for Friday, Oct. 1 and Saturday, Oct. 2:

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

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Friday’s games

Glacier Peak 42, Snohomish 13

SNOHOMISH — Glacier Peak made an early statement, dominating crosstown rival Snohomish to win their 11th straight Dick Armstrong Cup.

Ryan King ran for two touchdowns and River Lien threw for three scores for the Grizzlies, who hope this is the year they can finally end Lake Stevens’ supremacy in Wesco 4A.

Caleb Podoll and Kale Hammer scored rushing TDs for Snohomish.

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Stanwood 42, Lakewood 0

ARLINGTON — Stanwood got its season started in style as the Spartans dominated their non-league season opener against the Cougars.

Carson Beckt scored three rushing touchdowns in the first half as Stanwood took a 21-0 lead, then Ryder Bumgarner ran for two TDs and Wyatt Custer added another rushing TD as the Spartans got off to a strong start in their drive for a second straight state berth.

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Lake Washington vs. Archbishop Murphy, canceled

EVERETT — Friday night’s non-league football game between Archbishop Murphy and Lake Washington was canceled due to threats of violence through social media at Archbishop Murphy High School, according to Athletic Director Jeff Latta.

“AMHS received multiple threats of violence through social media that resulted in locking down campus through Monday as the police and FBI investigate,” Latta said in a message to The Herald. “Both AD’s attempted to move the game to Lake Washington but did not get approval from their district since the individual(s) have not been identified at this point.”

The game will not go down as a win or loss for either team.

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Shorewood 41, Lakeside (Seattle) 30

SEATTLE — Alberto Solano scored three touchdowns to lead the Stormrays in their non-league season opener against the Lions.

Shorewood took a 41-6 lead into the fourth quarter.

Solano finished with 95 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns, and caught one pass for 13 yards and a score.

Grant Harley had six carries for 108 yards and a touchdown, and Eduardo Eulogio had 11 carries for 74 yards as Shorewood piled up 387 yards on the ground.

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Mountlake Terrace 39, Jackson 13

EDMONDS — Zaveon Jones scored four rushing touchdowns to give Mountlake Terrace control, and late pick-sixes from Logan Tews and Bede Bresee turned it into a rout as the Hawks won the non-league season opener for both teams.

Jones finished with 235 yards on 28 carries and Logan Tews added a team-high 46 yards on two catches.

Tyler Lykken and Antonio Watts scored rushing TDs to lead the Timberwolves. Lykken paced Jackson with 78 yards rushing and Colton Anderson delivered a game-high 68 yards receiving on two catches.

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Cascade 41, Marysville Getchell 21

EVERETT — Julian Thomas picked right up where he left off last season as Cascade’s star running back rushed for five touchdowns, including two in the first quarter that staked the Bruins to an early lead in their victory over the Chargers in the non-league season opener for both teams.

Thomas finished with 231 yards on 28 carries, and Zach Lopez added 101 yards on 11 carries for the powerful Bruins ground attack.

Devin Gilbert added a touchdown reception for Cascade.

Mariano Palacol caught a touchdown and Carter Schmidt added one on the ground for Marysville Getchell.

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Marysville Pilchuck’s Joseph Davis (bottom) and Kenai Sinaphet (21) bring down Edmonds-Woodway quarterback Steven Warren, Jr. during a game on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022, at Marysville Pilchuck High School. (John Gardner/Pro Action Image)

Marysville Pilchuck’s Joseph Davis (bottom) and Kenai Sinaphet (21) bring down Edmonds-Woodway quarterback Steven Warren, Jr. during a game on Friday, Sept. 2, 2022, at Marysville Pilchuck High School. (John Gardner/Pro Action Image)

Marysville Pilchuck 20, Edmonds-Woodway 16

MARYSVILLE — Marysville Pilchuck began the Dalton Schwetz era in winning fashion with the non-league victory over Edmonds-Woodway. Schwetz took over the program this year after successful longtime coach Brandon Carson stepped down following last season.

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Shorecrest 15, Meadowdale 8

SHORELINE — The Scots defeated the Mavericks in the non-league season opener for both teams.

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Monroe 56, Roosevelt 14

MONROE — Blake Springer threw for 188 yards and three touchdowns on an efficient 19-of-22 passing as the Bearcats prevailed in their non-league season opener.

Beau Pruett carried 10 times for 131 yards and also caught four passes for 85 yards and a touchdown for Monroe.

Trent Bublitz caught seven passes for 78 yards and two touchdowns, and Springer, Gavin Ranz, Mason Davis and Carl Watson III all had rushing TDs for the Bearcats in the blowout.

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Cedarcrest 14, Stadium 7 (OT)

DUVALL — The Red Wolves won their non-league season opener.

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Mariner 39, Foster 14

TUKWILA — The Marauders scored 39 straight points en route to the non-league victory over the Bulldogs. Foster scored first and last, but Mariner scored six straight touchdowns from midway through the first quarter to early in the fourth quarter to give new head coach Tyler Tuiasosopo a victory in his first game in charge.

Cartez Williams had 16 carries for 191 yards and two touchdowns and Kelvin Laulualo added seven carries for 87 yards and a touchdown for the Marauders.

Isaiah Cuellar completed 6-of-12 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown, added 22 yards and a touchdown on the ground and returned an interception for a touchdown for Mariner. Kareem Sy had two sacks for the Marauders’ defense.

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Arlington 28, Kamiak 14

EVERETT — The Eagles scored the game’s final 21 points as they produced a big result in their non-league season opener, topping a 4A state qualifier with a squad almost completely rebuilt from last year’s 3A state-qualifying team.

Kaid Hunter caught a touchdown for Arlington.

Jullian Notoa scored both touchdowns on the ground for Kamiak.

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Issaquah 34, Everett 20

ISSAQUAH — The Eagles built a 28-7 lead in the third quarter of the non-league season opener for both teams and cruised to the win.

Mauricio Garcia threw for 85 yards and a touchdown, and had six tackles, recovered a fumble and one pass defended on defense for the Seagulls.

Mikey Nolan rushed for 49 yards and a touchdown and Josh Smith added 58 yards on the ground for Everett.

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Meridian 56, Granite Falls 6

GRANITE FALLS — The Tigers had a rough time against the Trojans in the non-league season opener for both teams.

Javario Adams caught a touchdown pass from Jack McGill, Landon Ferwerda had six tackles and a pass defended and Chris Ryer had two tackles for loss for Granite Falls, which managed just 29 total yard of offense in the game.

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Rainier Beach 53, Lynnwood 7

EDMONDS — Lynnwood dropped its non-league season opener.

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Saturday’s games

Garfield 26, Lake Stevens 16

SEATTLE — Class 3A Garfield forced four second-half turnovers and rode a stout defensive effort to a win over Class 4A Lake Stevens in a clash of potential state-title contenders on Saturday evening.

Garfield jumped out to a 14-0 lead on a pair of touchdown runs in the second quarter.

Lake Stevens got on the scoreboard for the first time on a 21-yard field goal from Macray Flanders with just over two minutes to go in the first half.

But Garfield marched back down the field and EJ Caminong hit Jason Findlay for a 16-yard score as the Bulldogs took a 20-3 lead into the break.

The Vikings pulled closer in the third when Kolton Matson found David Brown from 7 yards out to make the score 20-10.

After a Lake Stevens interception, Daymon Myles scored from 1-yard out to push the Garfield lead to 26-10 with 6:13 remaining in the game.

The Vikings rebounded when Kaden LaPlaunt hit Isaac Redford for 40-yard touchdown to cut its deficit to 26-16 with 3:50 to go.

After a Garfield punt, the Vikings threw their third interception of the game with 2:37 remaining and didn’t get another scoring opportunity.

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Sultan 35, Evergreen (Seattle) 6

Darrington 70, Evergreen Lutheran 8

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