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Prep roundup for Friday, Nov. 11

Prep roundup for Friday, Nov. 11:

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



First Round

Lake Stevens 42, North Creek 27

LAKE STEVENS — Jayden Limar scored four touchdowns, and the Vikings began their quest to return to the Class 4A state championship game by beating the Jaguars in a first-round contest.

Second-seeded Lake Stevens (9-2), the No. 2 seed and last year’s state runner-up, overcame a slow start before pulling away in the second half. Limar ran for three touchdowns and also caught a touchdown pass from Cole Becker on a double pass.

Cassidy Bolong-Banks and Kolton Matson added rushing touchdowns for the Vikings, who advanced to host either No. 7 Kamiakin or No. 10 Gonzaga Prep in the quarterfinals. Kamiakin and Gonzaga Prep play Saturday afternoon.

Stephen Woodward caught a touchdown pass form Luc Naldrett, Peyton Cunningham ran for a TD, and 15th-seeded North Creek (5-5) added two late consolation scores against Lake Stevens’ back-up defense.


First Round

Stanwood 24, Mt. Spokane 14

MEAD — The Stanwood High School football team is in territory it hasn’t reached in 26 years.

The Spartans used ball control and timely defensive stops to defeat the Wildcats in the first round of the Class 3A state tournament.

Ryder Bumgarner turned in a workhorse performance, logging a huge number of carries and rushing for two touchdowns as Stanwood won its first state tournament game since reaching the AA state semifinals in 1996.

Wyatt Custer also ran for a touchdown while Gary Grisham and Max Mayo came up with critical interceptions for the 11th-seeded Spartans (10-1), who advanced to face No. 3 O’Dea next weekend at a time to be determined.

Ethan Keene ran for both touchdowns for Mt. Spokane, the No. 6 seed, which finished its season 9-2.

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Round of 16

Shorecrest 1, Lake Washington 0

SHORELINE — Emma Orthel scored in the 56th minute and Tati Zahajko turned in another shutout in goal as fourth-seeded Shorecrest held off No. 13 Lake Washington in the Round of 16 of the 3A state tournament.

Orthel’s goal came on an assist from Tayvi Khan, who headed the ball toward Orthel who then slotted a shot just out of reach of the oncoming Lake Washington keeper.

Zahajko finished with eight saves in the game for Shorecrest (17-1-1), which advanced to face No. 5 Peninsula in the quarterfinals at 3 p.m. on Saturday at Shoreline Stadium.

Lake Washington finished its season with a 10-7-2 overall record.

Shorewood 2, Ridgeline 1 (OT)

BELLEVUE — Ninth-seeded Shorewood scored a goal late and another in overtime to rally past No. 8 Ridgeline in the Round of 16 of the 3A state tournament.

Shorewood (14-2-2) advanced to the quarterfinals and will face No. 1 Bellevue at 5 p.m. on Saturday at Bellevue High School.

Ridgeline finished its season with a 13-4-0 overall record.

Lakeside 3, Mountlake Terrace 0

SEATTLE — Fourteenth-seeded Mountlake Terrace lost to No. 3 Lakeside in the Round of 16 of the 3A state tournament.

Mountlake Terrace, which was outshot 17-0 in the game, finished its season with a 12-4-4 overall record.

Lakeside (16-2-2) advanced to face No. 11 Seattle Prep in the quarterfinals on Saturday.

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At Yakima Valley SunDome

7th/8th-place match

Neah Bay 3, Darrington 1

YAKIMA — Nineteenth-seeded Darrington lost to No. 8 Neah Bay in the seventh/eighth-place match at the 1B State Volleyball Tournament.

Darrington’s eighth-place finish is the Loggers’ best since finishing eighth in the 2B state tournament in 2014.

Earlier in the day, Darrington beat No. 18 Grace Academy in five sets to reach the placing match.

Consolation bracket (loser out)

Darrington 3, Grace Academy 2

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