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, Sept. 23

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 23:

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

WESCO 3A NORTH

Stanwood 35, Mount Vernon 3

STANWOOD — Carson Beckt scored two rushing touchdowns and also caught a TD pass to lead the Spartans over the Bulldogs in the Wesco 3A North contest.

Ryder Bumgarner and Canyon Bumgarner also ran for touchdowns for Stanwood (3-0 league, 4-0 overall), which continued its dominating start to the season.

Ryder Bumgarner finished with 164 yards on 15 carries, and Beckt had 76 yards rushing and 43 yards receiving for the Spartans.

Mount Vernon fell to 0-3 and 0-4.

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Marysville Pilchuck 21, Oak Harbor 19

OAK HARBOR — Joseph Davis had 180 yards rushing and two touchdowns as the Tomahawks (2-1 league, 3-1 overall) defeated the Wildcats (0-3, 0-4) in the Wesco 3A North game.

Gaylan Gray had three catches for 33 yards, including a touchdown reception from Lucian Curtis for Marysville Pilchuck.

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WESCO 3A SOUTH

Snohomish 43, Edmonds-Woodway 27

SNOHOMISH — In a matchup between teams who tied for the Wesco 3A South title last season, the Panthers prevailed behind a five-touchdown night from Mason Orgill.

Orgill carried 10 times for 146 yards, scoring all five of his touchdowns on the ground. Parker Jackson added a touchdown catch from Kale Hammer for Snohomish (3-0 league, 3-1 overall), which pulled away late to stay at the top of the Wesco 3A South race.

Jesse Hart caught 11 passes for 170 yards and two touchdown, and Steven Warren Jr. was 22-for-33 for 277 yards and two TDs for Edmonds-Woodway (1-1, 1-3).

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Monroe 70, Lynnwood 26

MONROE — The Bearcats exploded offensively in the first half, scoring all 10 of their touchdowns before halftime to race past the Royals in the Wesco 3A South game.

Blake Springer completed eight of 10 passes for 263 yards and five touchdowns, with Beau Pruett and Trent Bublitz each catching two of them. Pruett finished with 225 all-purpose yards, while Nick Mouser added two TDs on the ground.

Monroe improved to 2-0 in league and 4-0 overall. Lynnwood dropped to 0-3, 0-4.

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Mountlake Terrace 27, Shorecrest 6

SHORELINE — Zaveon Jones rumbled for 211 yards and four touchdowns as the Hawks kept pace in the Wesco 3A South race with the victory over the Scots.

Jones accounted for 211 of the 244 total yards of offense for Mountlake Terrace (2-1 league, 3-1 overall) in the win.

Shorecrest dropped to 0-3, 1-3.

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NON-LEAGUE

Cascade 55, Jackson 21

EVERETT — The Bruins went wild on the ground, scoring all eight of their touchdowns via the run as they topped the Timberwolves in the non-league game.

Zach Lopez scored the first three TDs for Cascade (4-0) to stake the Bruins to a 21-0 lead. Julian Thomas and Charlie Nelson each added two scoring runs for Cascade, which led 55-6 early in the fourth quarter.

Thomas finished with 158 yards rushing on 17 carries, Lopez had 150 yards on 11 carries and Nelson added 75 yards on four carries for Cascade.

Tyler Lykken did the heavy lifting for Jackson (0-4), throwing for two touchdowns on halfback passes and running for the third score.

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Cedarcrest 42, Shorewood 14

SHORELINE — The Red Wolves (4-0) defeated the Stormrays (2-2) in the non-league game. Eduardo Eulogio carried 17 times for 111 yards and two scores to lead Shorewood.

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Skyview 48, Kamiak 20

VANCOUVER — Jake Kennedy threw three touchdown passes and ran for another, leading the Storm over the Knights in the non-league game.

Manuel Yniguez caught a touchdown pass from Ben’tre Worthy, and Jullian Notoa and T’Andre Waverly each rushed for TDs for Kamiak. The Knights have started the season 1-3 after reaching the Class 4A Week 10 playoffs last year.

Mariner 33, Marysville Getchell 6

MARYSVILLE — The Marauders kept the Chargers’ offense under wraps in winning the non-league game to remain undefeated heading into their crunch matchup with Glacier Peak.

Carzez Williams, Isaiah Cueller, Isaac Aney and Kelvin Iaulualo all scored rushing touchdowns for Mariner (4-0). Macky James added a fumble return for a touchdown for the Marauders.

Marcus Milham scored the only touchdown for Marysville Getchell (0-4) on a pass from Arion Palacol.

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West Linn (Oregon) 45, Lake Stevens 6

WEST LINN, Oregon — The Lions, who were Oregon Class 6A state semifinalists last year, stunned the Vikings, who are the top-ranked team in Washington’s Class 4A state rankings, in the non-league game.

West Linn (3-1) raced to a 42-0 halftime lead and coasted the rest of the way.

Esteban Sedano scored the lone touchdown late in the game for the Vikings (2-2).

Sultan 28, Sammamish 21

BELLEVUE — Westin Galle punched in a go-ahead, 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter as the Turks topped the Redhawks in a non-league contest.

Derek Feltner had 122 yards rushing and a touchdown on 22 carries, and Galle added a touchdown pass to Hayden Murphy to go along with his touchdown run for Sultan (2-2)

The Redhawks fell to 1-3 overall.

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Redmond 37, Everett 0

EVERETT — The Mustangs scored 29 points in the fourth quarter to turn the non-league game against the Seagulls into a rout.

Mauricio Garcia rushed nine times for 71 yards and Ian Hendry had two interceptions to lead Everett (1-3). Redmond improved to 3-1.

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Rocklin (California) 16, Glacier Peak 14

ROCKLIN, California — The Thunder scored 16 unanswered points in the fourth quarter, spoiling the Grizzlies’ attempt at registering a big win against a formidable out-of-state opponent.

Glacier Peak (3-1) took a 14-0 lead into the fourth quarter on 40-yard fumble return for a touchdown and a short touchdown run.

Rocklin cut into the lead on a 40-yard double pass for a touchdown and tied the game on a 17-yard touchdown run with 4 minutes to play.

After a penalty and a sack, Glacier Peak was forced to try a punt from its own 5-yard line, which was blocked by Rocklin for a safety and the game-winning score with under two minutes to play.

Cascade (Leavenworth) 63, Granite Falls 7

LEAVENWORTH — Cascade (Leavenworth) scored 42 points in the first quarter and rolled to a win over the Tigers (1-3) in a non-league game.

The Kodiaks improved to 4-0 overall.

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NORTHWEST CONFERENCE

Squalicum 35, Archbishop Murphy 3

EVERETT — The Storm (1-1 league, 2-2 overall) topped the Wildcats (0-2, 0-3) in the Northwest 2A Conference game.

Anacortes 47, Lakewood 6

ANACORTES — Rex Larson ran for two touchdowns and threw for two more to lead the Seahawks over the Cougars in the Northwest 2A Conference game. Anacortes improved to 2-0 in league and 4-0 overall. Bakary Sonko ran for a touchdown to lead Lakewood (0-2, 1-3).

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NORTHWEST 2B/1B

Darrington 44, Tulalip Heritage 30

DARRINGTON — The Loggers continued their red-hot start to the season as they defeated the Hawks in the Northwest 2B/1B game. Darrington improved to 2-0 in league and 4-0 overall.

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SATURDAY’S GAMES

WESCO 3A NORTH

Ferndale 27, Arlington 24

FERNDALE — The Golden Eagles (2-0 league, 2-2 overall) earn the close win over Arlington (2-1, 3-1) in a key Wesco 3A North matchup.

Arlington’s Leyton Martin completed 31 of 51 passes for 335 yards, three touchdowns and one interception and added a team-best 53 yards rushing. Jacoby Falor hauled in 12 receptions for 121 yards and two TDs and Jake Willis had a TD catch.

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NON-LEAGUE

Inglemoor 20, Meadowdale 8

BOTHELL — Auggie Wilrich scores a late touchdown for Meadowdale, but the Mavericks lose to Inglemoor in the non-league game.

Meadowdale falls to o-3 in its independent schedule this season.

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