Snohomish too much for Kamiak

SNOHOMISH — Snohomish relied on a solid rushing offense, especially from senior running back Ray Purviance, to earn a 24-7 non-league victory over Kamiak Friday at Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium.

The Panthers posted 289 total rushing yards, thanks to Purviance’s 23 carries for 159 yards.

Mark Perry, Snohomish’s head coach, credited a strong defensive team and great games by Purviance and co-quarterbacks Braden Allen and Spencer Carabello with the win.

“Both (quarterbacks) are good kids that do a good job for us,” said Perry. “We used both by design tonight to give them experience and watch them back on tape.”

After rushing for 55 yards during the first possession of the game, Snohomish took an early lead when senior Connor Moe kicked a 27-yard field goal with 5:40 remaining in the first quarter.

Snohomish continued to dominate in the second quarter with a 61-yard possession that ended with Purviance running untouched down the middle to score a 29-yard touchdown. Moe added the extra point.

Two minutes later, Kamiak received a big break when Snohomish racked up two 15-yard penalties on one play to move the Knights to the 29 yard line. Jake Sorter then caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Sam Ruppel with 2:11 remaining in the half. The entire Kamiak possession resulted in 81 yards on six plays, including four passes and the 30-yard penalty gain.

The Panthers answered back with less than a minute in the half when Cameron Woolsey caught a 38-yard pass from Braden Allen (3-for-4 passing for 53 yards) to bring the Panthers to the 7-yard line. JT Repp finished the play with a 3-yard touchdown and Moe added on the extra point to give the Panthers a 17-7 lead.

After a scoreless third quarter that included several turnovers, a couple of Purviance runs brought the ball down the field and fullback Clayton Jensen sealed the Panther victory with a 23-yard rushing touchdown with 1:45 remaining.

“Our kids played hard,” said Perry. “We made a couple mistakes in penalties and turnovers that we’ll work on cleaning up but it was a good non-conference game.”

At Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium



Snohomish—Moe 33 FG

Snohomish—Purviance 29 run TD (Moe kick good)

Kamiak—Sorter 20 pass TD (Watts kick good)

Snohomish—Repp 3 run TD (Moe kick good)

Snohomish—Jensen 23 run TD (Moe kick good)

Records—Snohomish 1-0 overall. Kamiak 0-1.

Meadowdale 28, Edmonds-Woodway 27: Edmonds-Woodway’s comeback fell short Friday night at Edmonds Stadium. Three yards short to be exact, as the clock expired, sealing the Warriors’ fate with them sitting on the 3-yard line.

After trailing Meadowdale 14-0 through the first quarter, Tony Heard put the Warriors on the board with a 20-yard touchdown run but Connor Hamlett pulled in a 10-yard pass from Matt McDonagh for a 13-point Meadowdale lead going into the half.

Din Kuses had two interceptions in the third quarter for Edmonds-Woodway. Each interception set up a scoring drive and Heard’s 18-yard run with 1:15 left in the quarter put the Warriors ahead 21-20. McDonagh connected with Hamlett midway through the fourth quarter on a 6-yard pass and the two-point conversion was succesful.

With 4:31 left in the contest, Heard scored his third touchdown of the night but the extra point was unsuccesful, leaving Edmonds-Woodway behind 27-28.

At Edmonds District Stadium



Meadowdale—Warner 4 run (Henao kick)

Meadowdale—Shebly 4 run (Henao kick)

E-W—Heard 21 run (Willcock kick)

Meadowdale—Hamlett 10 pass from McDonagh (kick failed)

E-W—Willcock 10 run (Willcock kick)

E-W—Heard 18 run (Willcock kick)

Meadowdale—Hamlett 7 pass from McDonagh (Shebly run).

E-W—Heard 2 run (kick failed).

Records—E-W 0-1 overall. Meadowdale 1-0.

Everett 29, Bishop Blanchet 14: At Everett, David Andre had 260 yards rushing and three touchdowns on 15 carries for Everett in the non-league victory.

At Everett Memorial Stadium



Everett—Andre 1 run (Barhanovich kick)

Blanchet—Brown 10 pass from Marquiss (Poole kick)

Everett—Andre 65 run (Barhanovich kick)

Everett—Frauenholtz 54 punt return (Barhanovich kick)

Blanchet—Brown 22 pass from Marquiss (Poole kick)

Everett—Andre 56 run (Murray run)

Records—Everett 1-0 overall. Bishop Blanchet 0-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 46, Shorecrest 14: At Marysville, M-P junior running back Austin Denton had 208 yards and four touchdowns on 15 carries in the non-league victory.

At Quil Ceda Stadium



M-P—Denton 13 run (Stokes kick)

M-P—Denton 56 run (Stokes kick)

Shorecrest—Harris 68 run (Terrel kick)

M-P—Denton 49 run (Stokes failed)

M-P—Denton 9 run (Stokes kick)

M-P—Sanderson 15 run (Stokes failed)

M-P—Finau 45 pass from Forsythe (Stokes failed)

M-P—Kimble 30 run (Stokes kick)

Shorecrest—Donaghy 9 pass from Johnson (Padon kick)

Records—M-P 1-0 overall, Shorecrest 0-1.

Monroe 20, Shorewood 6: At Shoreline, Monroe quarterback Bryan Sonneveldt completed 10 of 16 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Bearcats to the non-league win at Shoreline Stadium. Monroe’s Connor Shelford caught four passes for 121 yards and a TD and Bearcats running back Austin Bray carried 10 times for 86 yards. Dorian Blair led Shorewood with 17 carries for 112 yards.

At Shoreline Stadium



Monroe—Jensen 10 pass from Sonneveldt (Toycen kick)

Monroe—Bray 30 run (Toycen kick)

Monroe—Shelford 53 pass from Sonneveldt (kick failed)

Shorewood—Taylor Astell 9 pass from Jon-o Hendricks (run failed)

Records—Monroe 1-0 overall. Shorewood 0-1.

Mountlake Terrace 29, Lynnwood 6: At Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace linebacker Nick Deller intercepted two passes, returning one 30 yards for a touchdown in the non-league game. Hawks’ running back Percy Anyimah carried six times for 107 yards and two TDs.

At Edmonds District Stadium


M. Terrace09614—29

M. Terrace—FG Dalton 42

M. Terrace—Anyimah 1 run (kick failed)

M. Terrace—Anyimah 70 run (pass failed)

Lynnwood—Stanley 6 pass from Shippey (pass failed)

M. Terrace—Deller 30 interception return (Dalton kick)

M. Terrace—Ellersick 37 run (Dalton kick)

Records—M. Terrace 1-0 overall. Lynnwood 0-1.

Jackson 32, Stanwood 8: At Everett, Jackson running back Taylor Cox carried 17 times for 205 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 42 and 68 yards in the non-league game. Timberwolves quarterback Andy Gay completed eight of 12 passes for 106 yards and threw a 17-yard TD pass to Jordan Kellington. Gay was not intercepted.

At Everett Memorial Stadium



Jackson—Kellington 17 pass from Gay (kick failed)

Jackson—Carr 5 run (run failed)

Jackson—Carr 4 run (pass failed)

Jackson—Cox 42 run (Carr run)

Stanwood—Zipp 4 run (Zipp run)

Jackson—Cox 68 run (run failed)

Records—Jackson 1-0 overall. Stanwood 0-1.

Seattle Prep 22, Granite Falls 20: At West Seattle, Seattle Prep had only four first downs in the contest, but 10 Granite Falls turnovers allowed Seattle Prep to score from short yardage and edge out the non-league victory. Brandon Brown had 118 yards on 18 carries for Granite Falls and quarterback Jacob Howard was 9-for-13 with 147 yards.

At West Seattle Stadium

Granite Falls0776—20

Seattle Prep6673—22

SP—Mecham 1 run (kick failed)

GF—Brown 27 run (Howard kick)

SP—Humphrie 9 run (kick failed)

SP—Humphrie 88 kick return (Grady kick)

GF—Brown 1 run (Howard kick)

GF—Wold fumble recovered in end zone (run failed)

SP—FG Grady 18

Records—Seatle Prep 1-0, Granite Falls 0-1.

King’s 51, La Conner 12: At Shoreline, sophomore quarterback Thomas Vincent made like Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow by rushing for 139 yards and four touchdowns and passing for 196 yards and two touchdowns in King’s non-league victory. The Knights had 421 yards of total offense. John Burley added three catches for 110 yards and one TD.

At Woolsey Stadium

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King’s—Swanson 5 pass from Vincent (Berg kick)

King’s—Vincent 2 run (Berg kick)

King’s—Vincent 29 run (kick failed)

King’s—Vincent 8 run (Hauk kick)

King’s—Vincent 27 run (Berg kick)

La Conner—Lindeman 1 run (kick failed)

King’s—FG Hauk 34

King’s—Burley 65 pass from Vincent (Hauk kick)

La Conner—Lindeman 5 run (kick failed)

King’s—McCardle 48 run (Hauk kick)

Records—La Conner 0-1 overall. King’s 1-0.

Lakeside 42, Lakewood 32: At Marysville, Jordan Stauffer had eight carries for 144 yards and three touchdowns in Lakewood’s non-conference loss. Quarterback Justin Lane completed 16 of 32 passes for Lakewood for 257 yards and four touchdowns.

At Cardinal Stadium



Lakewood—Stauffer 21 pass (kick failed)

Lakeside—Schwartz 1 run (kick failed)

Lakeside—Kenney 1 run (not reported run)

Lakewood—Stauffer 8 pass (kick failed)

Lakeside—Schwartz 3 pass (kick failed)

Lakewood—Davenport 1 run (pass incomplete)

Lakeside—Kimey 7 run (kick failed)

Lakeside—Hussey 8 run (not reported run)

Lakewood—Stauffer 50 pass (kick failed)

Lakeside—Schwartz 48 run (not reported run)

Lakewood—Moore 14 pass (Davenport run)

Records—Lakeside 1-0, Lakewood 0-1.

Sultan 24, Vashon 21: At Vashon, Zach Beebe had a 25-yard interception return, a fumble recovery and threw two touchdown passes but Vashon defeated Sultan in the non-conference game. Beebe rushed for 75 yards.

At Vashon Island H.S.



Vashon Island not reported

Sultan—Beebe 25 interception return (Barnhill kick)

Sultan—Knowles 15 pass from Beebe (Barnhill kick)

Sultan—Lamunyon 10 pass from Beebe (Barnhill kick)

Records—Sultan 0-1 overall, Vashon 1-0.

Lummi 78, Highland Christian 68: At Arlington, Vince Kurtzenacker was 40-for-63 for 620 yards passing and eight touchdowns but Lummi defeated Highland Christian in the eight-man season opener for both teams. Sam Anglesly had four TDs receiving and Jesse Brown added a pair of TDs for Highland Christian.

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