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. 9

Prep football roundup for Friday, Sept. 9:

(Not for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com)

NON-LEAGUE

Glacier Peak 34, Camas 28

CAMAS — Cooper Jensen caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from River Lien early in the fourth quarter to give the Grizzlies the lead, and Glacier Peak held on for a big-time victory over the Papermakers in a non-league contest.

Facing a perennial Class 4A powerhouse, Glacier Peak (2-0) stood toe-to-tie with Camas, and the Grizzlies’ stars came through as Jensen caught three touchdown passes from Lien and Trey Leckner ran for one TD and caught another from Lien.

Lien finished 16 of 31 for for 239 yards and four TDs. He added 75 yards on nine carries. Jensen had three receptions for 57 yards and Leckner combined for 121 yards from scrimmage on 14 touches.

Camas (0-2) received four touchdown passes from Taylor Ioane.

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Lake Stevens 37, Bellevue 28

LAKE STEVENS — The Vikings bounced back in a big way from their season-opening upset loss to Garfield, beating the defending Class 3A state champion Wolverines in the non-league game between state heavyweights.

Jayden Limar scored three touchdowns for Lake Stevens, including two in the second half that proved pivotal. His 5-yard run in the third quarter gave the Vikings a 23-21 lead, and his 1-yard run on fourth down in the fourth quarter clinched the victory.

Jayshon Limar and Cole Becker also scored TDs for Lake Stevens (1-1). Bellevue, which got three touchdowns from Ishaan Daniels, dropped to 0-2.

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Cascade 42, Newport 35 (2OT)

EVERETT — Julian Thomas ran for the game-winning touchdown in the second overtime period, giving the Bruins the non-league victory over the Knights.

Cascade led throughout the back-and-forth contest, with Connor Murrweiss’s touchdown reception in the fourth quarter breaking a 28-28 tie, only for Newport to tie it up with 52 seconds remaining in regulation. After scoreless first overtime, Thomas scored in the second and Cascade held on defense to clinch the win.

Thomas finished with 114 yards on 29 carries, Zach Lopez added 109 yards on 16 carries and Charlie Nelson added 10 carries for 76 yards for Cascade (2-0)

Newport dropped to 1-1.

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Kamiak 21, Edmonds-Woodway 20

EDMONDS — A missed extra point proved to be the difference as the Knights won the non-league game against the Warriors.

Chance Loudenback scored two touchdowns, one on a pass from Ben’tre Worthy and one on an interception return, to lead the Knights (1-1). Worthy added a touchdown run of his own for Kamiak.

Edmonds-Woodway (0-2) looked like it scored the tying touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, but a missed extra point allowed Kamiak to escape.

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Mariner 19, Everett 7

EVERETT — Macky James returned and interception 90 yards for a score and added a 39-yard rushing touchdown as the Marauders topped their crosstown rival in the non-league game.

Cartez Williams had 89 yards rushing on 14 carries and Isaiah Cuellar added 52 yards on six carries for Mariner (2-0).

Mikey Noland had 123 yards on 21 carries, Josh Smith had 95 yards on 16 carries and Ian Hendry caught a touchdown for Everett (o-2).

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Juanita 48, Jackson 0

KIRKLAND — The Timberwolves fell in the non-league game against the Ravens. Jackson fell to 0-2, Juanita improved to 2-0.

Tyler Lykken led Jackson with 46 yards on 13 carries.

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Cedarcrest 40, Sammamish 18

DUVALL — Nathan Cavanaugh threw two touchdown passes and Dylan Hartje added two rushing scores as Cedarcrest beat Sammamish in a non-league game.

Cavanaugh completed 9 of 19 passes for 195 yards and connected with JT Marsh and Timmy Ojeda-Silva for scores. Hartje racked up 143 yards on 14 carries and Avery Kleppen chipped in a rushing TD. Marsh paced the Red Wolves (2-0) with 78 yards on three catches.

Sammamish dropped to 0-2.

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Lynden Christian 42, Archbishop Murphy 0

LYNDEN — The Lyncs, perennial Class 1A state participants, scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams as they hammered the Wildcats in the non-league game.

Kai Lewis completed 10 of 18 passes for 112 yards and Junior Gates had 51 yards on carries for the Wildcats.

Lynden Christian improved to 2-0, Archbishop Murphy dropped to 0-1 after their opener was canceled.

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Darrington 70, Muckleshoot Tribal 34

DARRINGTON — The Loggers continued their high-scoring ways, putting 70 points on the board for the second straight week in the non-league eight-man game against the Kings. Darrington improved to 2-0.

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Bellingham 15, Meadowdale 10

EDMONDS — London DuBois connected on a 64-yard touchdown pass to Luis Partida Del Rosario, but Meadowdale fell to 0-2 in its first season of independent play.

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Friday Harbor 27, Granite Falls 6

FRIDAY HARBOR — The Tigers dropped the non-league game, which was shortened because the late ferry off the island was canceled, forcing Granite Falls to depart at halftime. The Tigers fell to 0-2.

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Vashon Island 21, Sultan 0

SULTAN — The Turks were shut out in the non-league game against the Pirates. Jr. Vargas caught six passes for 105 yards to lead Sultan (1-1).

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WESCO 3A NORTH

Stanwood 30, Marysville Pilchuck 16

STANWOOD — Ryder Bumgarner ran for three touchdowns, and the Spartans reinforced their league-championship credentials in beating the Tomahawks in their Wesco 3A North opener.

Stanwood (1-0 league, 2-0 overall) also received a rushing TD from Cruise Swanson. Bumgarner finished with 309 yards on 20 carries.

Lucien Curtis rushed for 63 yards on 16 carries, and Joseph Davis had 55 yards rushing for Marysville Pilchuck (0-1, 1-1).

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Arlington 21, Marysville Getchell 14

MARYSVILLE — The Eagles came from behind to defeat the Chargers in the Wesco 3A North opener for both teams.

Neil Carroll caught a 46-yard touchdown pass from Jacoby Falor late in the third quarter as Arlington broke a 14-14 tie, and the Eagle defense came up with stops in its own territory late to make the lead hold.

Spencer Fischer scored the other two touchdowns — one rushing and one receiving — for Arlington (1-0 league, 2-0 overall). Carter Schmidt scored both TDs on the ground for Marysville Getchell (0-1, 0-2).

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WESCO 3A SOUTH

Monroe 48, Shorecrest 13

MONROE — It was the Beau Pruett and Blake Springer show as the Bearcats raced past the Scots in the Wesco 3A South opener for both teams.

Pruett scored four touchdowns, two rushing and two receiving. Springer threw for two TDs and ran for another. Nick Mouser added a rushing touchdown Mason Davis added a 90-yard kickoff return for Monroe (1-0 league, 2-0 overall), which led 41-7 just seconds into the second half.

Springer finished an efficient 10 of 12 for 178 yards and two TDs. Pruett rushed for 65 yards and caught five passes for 102 more.

Shorecrest fell to 0-1, 1-1.

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Snohomish 23, Mountlake Terrace 7

SNOHOMISH — Mason Orgill ran for three touchdowns out of the Wildcat formation, leading the Panthers to victory in a Wesco 3A South game against the Hawks. Snohomish picked up its first win of the season to improve to 1-1.

Orgill finished with 34 yards rushing and also caught five passes for 103 yards.

Logan Tews caught a touchdown pass and Zaveon Jones had 140 yards rushing on 21 carries to lead Mountlake Terrace (1-1).

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Shorewood 28, Lynnwood 12

SHORELINE — The Stormrays continued their perfect start to the season with the victory over the Royals in the Wesco 3A South opener for both teams.

Rory Swanson rushed for two touchdowns and passed for one, and Grant Harley scored rushing and receiving TDs for Shorewood, which improved to 1-0 in league and 2-0 overall. Swanson totaled 120 yards on 16 carries and complete 4 of passes for 80 yards.

Lynnwood received a pair of rushing TDs from Mateo Phillips and Jordan Whittle had a game-high 63 yards on six receptions. The Royals dropped to 0-1, 0-2.

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Saturday’s game

Lakewood 25 Washington 14

TACOMA — Evan Stacey and Nash Espe each threw a touchdown pass to Bakary Sonko and Benjamin Nuss returned a kickoff 58 yards for a score as Lakewood (1-1) earned its first win of the season over Washington.

Sonko racked up 161 yards on five catches and Stacey finished 9-of-14 for 195 yards, one TD and one interception.

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