The Herald's prep football roundup. (Photo by Elaine Thompson)

Prep football roundup for March 19

Highlights of the local high school football action from Week 3 of the five-week sprint.

Here’s a roundup of the area high school football games from Friday, March 19:

Edmonds-Woodway 47, Shorewood 0

EDMONDS — Steele Swinton rushed for 137 yards and five total touchdowns and Edmonds-Woodway’s dominant defense was at it again en route to a shutout win over Shorewood.

The Edmonds-Woodway (3-0) defense allowed just 100 total yards to Shorewood and has allowed just 4.3 points per game over the the first three games of the season, including two shutouts.

Cruze Colwill threw two touchdown passes and Ryan Fahey added 97 yards on the ground for the Warriors.

Shorewood (0-3) remained winless on the season.

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Lakewood 48, Stanwood 0

ARLINGTON — Lakewood’s season in Wesco continues to be a rousing success.

Malik Dotson rushed for 140 yards and three touchdowns and the Cougars, normally a member of the Northwest 2A conference, routed a Wesco opponent for the third straight game on Friday night.

Justice Taylor scored two touchdowns on the ground and added another on a pass to Shae Dixon as the Cougars’ offense rolled again.

Lakewood (3-0) is averaging 64.7 points per game while holding its opponents to just 7 points per game.

Stanwood fell to 1-2 on the season.

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Cascade 46, Everett 20

EVERETT — The Mayor’s Cup is staying at Cascade High School.

Michael Purl rushed for 275 yards and three touchdowns and the Bruins rolled to a win over Everett in the Battle of Broadway.

The prolific Cascade rushing attack accounted for 311 yards, with six total touchdowns (Purl three and one each for Michael Doran-Kunkel, Daniel Erikkson and Julian Thomas).

Everett (0-3) rallied with two rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter, and three overall, but couldn’t find a way to stop rival Cascade (3-0).

Jemyre Reed caught six passes for 131 yards and Jeremy Reed finished with 81 yards rushing and a touchdown for the Seagulls.

Everett mayor Cassie Franklin presented the winning team with the Mayor’s Cup trophy for the second time.

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Kamiak 57, Jackson 14

MUKILTEO — Kamiak’s red-hot start to the season continued with a dominant win over Jackson.

After winning only one game a year ago and averaging just 11.9 points per game, the Knights are 3-0 this season and scoring a whopping 43.3 points per contest.

Jackson fell to 0-3.

*Box score not yet reported

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Shorecrest 43, Mountlake Terrace 0

SHORELINE —Carson Christensen threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as Shorecrest rebounded from its first loss of the season with a shutout win over Mountlake Terrace.

Daryl Scott returned an interception for a touchdown and LJ Baxter recovered a fumble for a score to help the Scots pull away with a 27-point second quarter. Shorecrest moved to 2-1 in Wesco play with two shutouts.

Ethan Dunne had 43 yards rushing for Mountlake Terrace (0-3).

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Glacier Peak 40, Archbishop Murphy 6

EVERETT — Tyson Lang threw four touchdown passes, and Glacier Peak used an explosive second quarter to roll past Archbishop Murphy in the first-ever meeting between two of the area’s top football programs.

With the game in a scoreless tie after the first quarter, the Grizzlies were unstoppable in the second. Lang threw three touchdowns in the quarter, two to Jadon Claps and one to Cooper Jensen, and standout running back Ryan Black added another score on the ground as Glacier Peak sprinted to a 30-0 lead at halftime.

Glacier Peak (3-0) added a touchdown in the third when Lang threw his fourth of the game, this one to Coach Melly, and a field goal from Sam McAfee in the final quarter to cap the Grizzlies’ scoring.

Archbishop Murphy (1-2) scored on a 43-yard touchdown pass from Kai Lewis to Austin Burns in the fourth quarter to break the shutout.

The Glacier Peak defense held the Wildcats to just 83 yards of total offense. Lang finished with 229 yards passing and Black had 95 yards on the ground.

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Marysville Pilchuck 42, Arlington 19

MARYSVILLE — The final score was a bit misleading.

It’d be hard to compile a more dominant first 25 minutes of football than what Marysville Pilchuck did Friday night.

Dylan Carson and the Tomahawks’ rushing attack kept gashing big gains. Their suffocating defense hardly gave any ground.

And by the opening minute of the second half, the running clock was already in effect.

Carson ran for 241 yards and four touchdowns as Marysville Pilchuck cruised to a 42-19 win over Arlington at Quil Ceda Stadium in a rematch of last season’s de facto Wesco 3A North title game.

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*Box score not yet reported

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Lake Stevens 41, Snohomish 24

SNOHOMISH — Lake Stevens scored four touchdowns on the ground and the Vikings ran their record against Snohomish County teams over the past six seasons to 38-1 with a victory over Snohomish.

Tanner Jellison completed 13-of-25 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns and Jayden Limar ran for 151 yards and a score on 14 carries for the Vikings (3-0).

Silas Strehle threw for 283 yards and two touchdowns and Josh Vandergriend caught three passes for 104 yards and a score to lead Snohomish (1-2).

Trayce Hanks, Jay Roughton and Gabe Ramsey added rushing touchdowns as Lake Stevens churned out 331 yards on the ground.

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Monroe 49, Mariner 20

MONROE — Mired in a bit of a slump on offense, Monroe broke out in a big way and cruised to a Wesco win over Mariner.

The Bearcats had scored just two touchdowns on the season entering the game, but racked up 49 points in the victory.

Monroe improved to 2-1 with a tough game against former 4A rival Glacier Peak up next.

Mariner fell to 0-3.

*Box score not yet reported

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Marysville Getchell 17, Cedarcrest 14

DUVALL — Landyn Olson returned an interception for a touchdown and ran for a touchdown, both in the fourth quarter, as Marysville Getchell rallied for its first win if the season in the closest game of Friday’s local high school football action.

With Cedarcrest leading 7-3 on a short touchdown run, Olson picked off a pass and raced 34 yards for the score to give the Chargers a 10-7 lead in the fourth. Olson then added a rushing touchdown a short while later as Marysville Getchell (1-2) sealed the win.

The Red Wolves added a long kick return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, but fell to 1-2.

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Meadowdale 13, Lynnwood 7

EDMONDS — Ian Newsom returned an interception 38 yards for the game-winning score as Meadowdale rallied in the fourth quarter to beat rival Lynnwood.

Down 7-6 in the final quarter, Newsom picked off a pass and returned it for a touchdown to lift the Mavericks to victory.

Newsom also rushed for a touchdown — Meadowdale’s (2-1) only score on offense.

Lynnwood’s defense played well, but the Royals fell to 1-2.

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King’s 42, Granite Falls 14

SHORELINE — After opening the season with an exciting win over rival Sultan, Granite Falls dropped its third straight with a loss to Emerald Sound Conference foe King’s on Friday night.

The Tigers fell to 1-3 on the season.

King’s improved to 4-2 after losing to Mount Baker, 56-35, earlier in the week.

*Box score not yet reported

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South Whidbey 32, Sultan 21

LANGLEY — South Whidbey improved to 2-0 on the season with victory over Sultan.

The Turks fell to 0-4.

*Box score not yet reported

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