Marysville Pilchuck’s Christian Van Natta lifts the ball in the air to celebrate a turnover during the game against Marysville Getchell on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022 in Marysville, Washington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 22

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 22:

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Marysville Pilchuck 21, Oak Harbor 12

MARYSVILLE — The Tomahawks kept their perfect record alive with the victory over the Wildcats. Marysville Pilchuck improved to 3-0- in league and 4-0 overall. Oak Harbor dropped to 0-3, 0-4.

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Stanwood 19, Mount Vernon 15

MOUNT VERNON — Luke Brennan scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak with 48 seconds remaining, and the Spartans avoided an upset at the hand of the Bulldogs.

Stanwood led 12-0 at halftime, but back-to-back touchdowns gave Mount Vernon a 15-12 lead late in the game. However, the Spartans drove down the field late, culminating in Brennan’s winning score. Cole Williams then clinched the victory with a late interception for Stanwood.

Max Mayo returned the game’s opening kickoff for a touchdown — the second straight week Stanwood scored on the opening kickoff — and Cruise Swanson also ran for a score for the Spartans (2-1 league, 3-1 overall). Swanson finished with 115 yards on 25 carries and Canyon Bumgarner added 89 yards on nine carries.

Mount Vernon fell to 0-2, 1-3.

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Arlington 46, Ferndale 14

ARLINGTON — The Eagles turned a battle of unbeatens into a blowout as they dominated the Golden Eagles in a crucial early-season game to determine Wesco 3A North supremacy.

After Ferndale opened the scoring, Arlington rattled off 46 straight points, including five touchdowns during a 19-play span of the second quarter, to take control of the game.

Leyton Martin threw three touchdown passes to Jake Willis to lead Arlington (3-0 league, 4-0 overall), which faces Stanwood and Marysville Pilchuck the next two weeks in what will likely decide the North championship.

Ferndale, which already had impressive victories over Lynden and Glacier Peak under its belt, fell to 1-1, 3-1.

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Mountlake Terrace 20, Shorecrest 0

EDMONDS — The Hawks closed out the defensive battle by scoring two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to overcome the Scots.

Zaveon Jones rumbled 64 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter for Mountlake Terrace, and it remained 7-0 until Logan Tews hauled in a 35-yard touchdown pass from Arian Motaghedi in the fourth. Nate Brown added a late TD run for the Hawks, who remained perfect at 3-0 in league and 4-0 overall. Jones finished with 156 yards on 26 carries and Tews had 75 yards on three receptions and an interception on defense.

Shorecrest dropped to 1-2, 1-3.

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Edmonds-Woodway 37, Snohomish 6

EDMONDS — Steven Warren Jr. threw three touchdown passes, leading the Warriors over the Panthers.

Two of Warren’s TD passes went to Diego Escandon (nine catches for 102 yards), who also returned a punt for a score. Rashaad Gerona-Chatters added two rushing touchdowns for the Warriors, while Jesse Hart III caught the other touchdown pass for Edmonds-Woodway (2-0 league, 3-1 overall), which has won three straight after opening the season with a defeat.

Lucas Bosa ran for a touchdown to lead Snohomish (0-3, 0-4).

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Jackson 26, Cascade 12

EVERETT — The Timberwolves snapped a 19-game losing streak dating back to September of 2021 with the victory over the Bruins.

Jackson (1-3) trailed 12-6 at halftime, but scored all three of the game’s second-half touchdowns to pull away.

Zach Lopez ran for 54 yards and both touchdowns for Cascade (0-3).

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West Linn (Oregon) 49, Lake Stevens 30

LAKE STEVENS — The Vikings couldn’t dig themselves out of a 35-10 halftime hole in the matchup against the Lions, who are the defending Oregon large classification state champions.

Lake Stevens has been a comeback team this season, and the Vikings had hints of that when David Brown scored the second of his three receiving touchdowns to make it 34-25 in the third quarter. But Lake Stevens could get no closer.

Kolton Matson finished with three passing touchdowns and a running score for Lake Stevens (3-1), which lost 45-6 on the road to West Linn last year.

West Linn improved to 4-0.

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Glacier Peak 21, Evergreen (Vancouver) 0

VANCOUVER — The Grizzlies scored a big victory by shutting out the previously unbeaten Plainsmen.

Francis Crocker scored short rushing touchdowns on the game’s opening possession and in the waning moments of the fourth quarter to lead Glacier Peak. In between Lucas Entler found Adama Loum for a passing TD. The defense was led by Isaiah Olson, who had two interceptions.

Glacier Peak, which was coming off back-to-back losses, evened its record at 2-2. Evergreen dropped to 3-1.

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Marysville Getchell 48, Mariner 12

EVERETT — Arion Palacol had a touchdown pass and added two more scores on the ground, the Charger defense scored two touchdowns and Marysville Getchell raced past Mariner in a non-league game.

Palacol’s only pass went 25 yards for a score to Ben Allestad. Shawn Ethridge had two rushing TDs, Messiah Gray had one rushing score and Coen Ramsey provided one of two fumble return touchdowns for the Chargers (2-2).

Kelvin Iaulualo and Tristan Lolohea scored rushing TDs for Mariner (0-4).

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Cedarcrest 52, Shorewood 3

DUVALL — Connor Altmeyer threw for 355 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Red Wolves over the Stormrays.

JT Marsh caught nine passes for 197 yards and two touchdowns, while Brock Warden also caught two TDs for Cedarcrest (3-1). Avery Kleppen and Dylan Hartje added rushing touchdowns for the Red Wolves, while Blake Orme returned an interception return for a score.

Shorewood dropped to 2-2.

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Redmond 41, Everett 6

REDMOND — The Mustangs improved to 2-2, while the Seagulls fell to 2-2.

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Sultan 34, Sammamish 30

SULTAN — Derek Feltner scored the second of his two rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter, giving the Turks the victory over the RedHawks in the see-saw encounter.

Jonathan Van Pelt also scored a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter for Sultan (4-0), which trailed 30-22 heading into the final period. Connor Talik added a pair of TDs for the Turks, scoring on a kickoff return and on a pass from Kaden Koehler.

Ty Webster had a huge game for Sammamish (2-2), carrying 34 times for 294 yards and four touchdowns, while also converting two two-point conversions.

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Granite Falls 41, Cascade (Leavenworth) 0

GRANITE FALLS — Kaden LaPlaunt threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score as the Tigers continued their winning ways with the victory over the Kodiaks.

Spencer Shilling added two rushing touchdowns, Rydon Kuahuia also ran for a score, and Johnathan Roberts and Gino Howard caught TD passes for Granite Falls (3-1), which won its third straight.

Cascade fell to 0-4.

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King’s 63, Mount Baker 22

SHORELINE — The Knights’ offense went wild in the victory over the Mountaineers.

Noah Clark rushed for 192 yards and Braeden Caulk scored five touchdowns to lead King’s (4-0).

Mount Baker fell to 1-3.

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Anacortes 47, Lakewood 0

ARLINGTON — The Seahawks dominated the Cougars from start to finish in what, because of Lakewood’s successful appeal of last week’s result against Burlington-Edison, turned out to be the league opener for the Cougars. Anacortes improved to 2-0 in league and 4-0 overall, Lakewood dropped to 0-1, 1-2.

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Archbishop Murphy 38, Squalicum 6

BELLINGHAM — Jovin Shoker tossed two TD passes and Jevin Madison ran for two scores as the Wildcats picked up their first league victory in two years by beating the Storm.

Archbishop Murphy (2-2 overall, 1-1 Northwest Conference) raced out to a 17-0 lead en route to the victory. Jayden Madison added a rushing TD and Jack Sievers had 71 yards and one TD on four receptions.

Squalicum dropped to 0-2, 2-2.

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Darrington 30, Tulalip Heritage 6

TULALIP — Hunter Anderson threw for 177 yards and three touchdowns, all three going to Mikey Soito, to lead the Loggers over the Hawks in the eight-man game.

Chevy Vincent added a rushing touchdown and returned a fumble for a score for Darrington (2-0 league, 4-0 overall).

Tulalip Heritage dropped to 1-2, 1-3.

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Skyview 42, Kamiak 6

EVERETT — Jullian Notoa’s 2-yard run in the fourth quarter kept the Knights from being shutout in non-league tilt against 4A third-ranked Skyview.

Notoa finished with 91 yards on 18 carries and T’Andre Waverly had 50 yards on three receptions for Kamiak (0-4).

Jake Kennedy had two touchdown passes for Skyview (4-0).

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Monroe 56, Lynnwood 0

Inglemoor 21, Meadowdale 0

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