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. 29

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 29:

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Lake Stevens 42, Jackson 3

LAKE STEVENS — Kolton Matson threw four touchdown passes as the Vikings defeated the Timberwolves in the league opener for both teams.

Lake Stevens was without injured starting running back Jayshon Limar, but Talha Rai stepped up and ran for two touchdowns for Lake Stevens (1-0 league, 4-1 overall). Jesse Lewis, Steven Lee Jr., David Brown and Ethan Boileau had receiving touchdowns for the Vikings. Matson completed 13 of 16 passes for 226 yards and Rai chipped in 96 rushing yards.

Jackson fell to 0-1, 1-4.

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Glacier Peak 38, Mariner 12

EVERETT — Chrisvin Bonshe returned with a bang, scampering 76 yards for a touchdown on the game’s first play from scrimmage as the Grizzlies topped the Marauders in the league opener for both teams.

Bonshe, Glacier Peak’s star running back, missed the previous game because of injury. But he was back in force Friday as he ran for two touchdowns in the first quarter as the Grizzlies pulled away early.

Isaiah Cuellar-Bell added a kickoff return for a touchdown, and Lucas Entler threw TD passes to Benjamin Williams and Owen Gluth for Glacier Peak (1-0 league, 3-2 overall).

Tristan Lolohea ran for a score and LJ Moody threw a TD to Cortlin Adkins for Mariner (0-1, 0-5).

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Arlington 42, Stanwood 7

STANWOOD — The Eagles snatched the Stilly Cup back in emphatic fashion, and Arlington became the frontrunner in the Wesco 3A North with the victory over the Spartans.

Stanwood snapped a 12-game losing streak against its archrival last year. However, Arlington took advantage of Spartan turnovers in the second quarter, as Leyton Martin threw three of his four touchdown passes in the quarter to give the Eagles a 21-0 halftime lead.

Jake Willis caught two touchdown passes, and Caleb Reed ran for two TDs for Arlington (4-0 league, 5-0 overall), which can effectively clinch the league title with a victory over Marysville Pilchuck next week. Stevie Balderas and Jacoby Falor added TD receptions for the Eagles.

Eli Caniglia caught a touchdown pass from Luke Brennan for Stanwood (2-2, 3-2).

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Ferndale 47, Marysville Pilchuck 28

FERNDALE — The Tomahawks suffered their first defeat of the season with the loss to the Golden Eagles. Marysville Pilchuck (3-1 league, 4-1 overall) fell a game behind Arlington for first place in the the Wesco 3A North, with the teams facing one another next week. Ferndale improved to 2-1, 4-1.

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Marysville Getchell 28, Mount Vernon 27

MARYSVILLE — Arion Palacol connected with Mariano Palacol on a 4-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, and the Chargers converted the extra point to squeak past the Bulldogs.

Benjamin Allestad caught two touchdown passes and Shawn Etheridge ran for a TD for Marysville Getchell (2-2 league, 3-2 overall).

Mount Vernon dropped to 1-2, 1-4.

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Monroe 35, Mountlake Terrace 10

MONROE — The Bearcats reaffirmed their position as the team to beat in the Wesco 3A South as they knocked off the Hawks in a battle of unbeatens.

Mason Davis returned the game’s opening kickoff for a touchdown to set the tone for Monroe. Blake Springer threw touchdown passes to Davis, Ryan Miller and Aaron Clifton, while Nick Mouser ran for a score for the Bearcats (3-0 league, 5-0 overall), who put up 35 points against a Mountlake Terrace defense that had pitched back-to-back shutouts.

Zaveon Jones ran for a touchdown for Mountlake Terrace (3-1, 4-1), but the area’s leading rusher was largely contained by the Bearcats.

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Snohomish 24, Lynnwood 14

EDMONDS — The Panthers picked up their first victory of the season as they knocked off the Royals.

Lucas Bosa, filling in at quarterback for the injured David Hammer, was 8-for-18 for 137 yards and a touchdown to Mason Surdi, and he also carried 15 times for 92 yards and a score. Parker Jackson added a fumble return for a touchdown for Snohomish (1-3 league, 1-4 overall).

Nathan Williams and Owen Gill ran for touchdowns for Lynnwood (0-4, 0-5).

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Edmonds-Woodway 35, Shorewood 0

SHORELINE — Steven Warren Jr. Was 17-for-26 for 247 yards and four touchdowns, and the Warriors remained undefeated in league play with the victory over the Stormrays.

Diego Escandon caught five passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns, Rashaad Gerona-Chatters ran 19 times for 102 yards and a score and also caught a TD, and Jesse Hart III also caught a touchdown pass for Edmonds Woodway (3-0 league, 4-1 overall).

Reid Petschl rushed for 46 yards for Shorewood, which dropped to 1-2, 2-3.

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Oak Harbor 34, Cascade 12

EVERETT — The Wildcats pulled away late against the Bruins to earn their first victory of the season. Oak Harbor improved to 1-4.

Brandon Lagutang scored on a pass from Zach Surowiec and Zach Lopez ran for a touchdown for Cascade (0-4). Cassidy Bolong-Banks rushed for a team-high 84 yards.

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Cedarcrest 42, Shorecrest 0

SHORELINE — The Red Wolves extended their winning streak to four games with the victory over the Scots.

JT Marsh caught 12 passes for 193 yards and four touchdowns to lead Cedarcrest (4-1). Connor Altmeyer was 21-for-30 for 270 yards passing for the Red Wolves, while Avery Kleppen added eight carries for 131 yards and a score, and Murphy Vleim had six catches for 86 yards and a TD.

Connor Haraden’s touchdown-saving tackle on a kickoff return and Marsh’s ensuing interception sealed the shutout for Cedarcrest.

Shorecrest fell to 1-4.

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Camas 53, Kamiak 0

CAMAS — The Knights’ struggles continued with the loss to the Papermakers. Trent Swanson scored on a pass, an interception return and a punt return as Camas (4-1) led 39-0 at halftime. Kamiak fell to 0-5.

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King’s 15, Cascade Christian 13

SHORELINE — Colton Adams caught a short pass from Noah Clark on fourth down and reached the ball over the goal line with four seconds remaining in the game, giving the Knights a dramatic victory over the Cougars.

King’s trailed 13-7 heading into the fourth quarter. However, the Knights got a safety to pull within four, then Adams caught his second touchdown pass from Clark in the game to win it.

It was King’s third straight impressive victory, as the Knights (5-0) beat 2022 Class 1A state participants Nooksack Valley, Mount Baker and Cascade Christian in successive weeks. The Cougars suffered their first defeat and are 4-1.

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Inglemoor 42, Everett 7

EVERETT — The Seagulls fell to 2-3 with the loss to the Vikings (2-2)

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Archbishop Murphy 31, Lakewood 7

EVERETT — The Wildcats raced out to a 21-0 halftime lead and cruised to the victory over the Cougars. Archbishop Murphy improved to 2-1 in league and 3-2 overall. Lakewood dropped to 0-2, 1-3.

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Granite Falls 31, Sultan 21

GRANITE FALLS — In the most consequential Black and Blue Bowl in years, Kaden LaPlaunt accounted for four touchdowns to lead the Tigers over the Turks in a back-and-forth encounter.

Friday’s game was the first league game for both teams, and it was the first time since 2006 that both teams came into the rivalry contest with winning records. But LaPlaunt proved to be the difference as he ran for the game’s opening score, then added three touchdown passes, the last coming to Spencer Shilling in the third quarter to give Granite Falls some breathing space at 31-21.

James Porter scored the other two touchdowns for Granite Falls (1-0 league, 4-1 overall). LaPlaunt finished 12-of-23 for 157 yards and added 33 yards rushing. Hassan Al-Mansuri rushed for a team-high 67 yards, while Conner Gillen posted team highs of four receptions for 51 yards.

Derek Feltner did the heavy work for Sultan, scoring all three touchdown via the run and churning out 130 yards for the Turks (0-1, 4-1). Jonathan Van Pelt rushed for another 121 yards and Junior Vargas had a game-high 60 yards on five receptions.

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Darrington 54, Concrete 38

CONCRETE — The Loggers kept their perfect record alive with the victory over the Lions.

Mikey Soito rushed for 219 and four touchdowns to lead the Loggers (3-0 league, 5-0 overall). Hunter Anderson was 4-for-8 passing for 144 yards and also ran for two TDs for Darrington.

Concrete fell to 1-2, 3-2.

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Neah Bay 60, Tulalip Heritage 6

NEAH BAY — The Hawks (1-4) dropped the game to the Red Devils (3-2).

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Steilacoom 28, Meadowdale 22 (OT)

STEILACOOM — Meadowdale jumped out to a 22-6 lead at halftime in part to three interceptions from Victor Eicher, including one returned 100 yards for a score, but couldn’t hang on and dropped the non-league game.

Steilacoom scored a short rushing touchdown with under a minute to play and added a two-point conversion to send the game to overtime. The Sentinels then won the game with a short rushing touchdown in the extra period.

Cameron Platt and Luis Partida del Rosario each had rushing scores for Meadowdale (3-2).

Steilacoom improved to 3-2 overall on the season.

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