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Malcolm Johnson

RB, Mountlake Terrace

Johnson, a senior, carried the ball 20 times for 214 yards and two touchdowns in the Hawks’ 49-21 victory over Shorewood.

Jordan Mochmar

DL, Kamiak

Mochmar collected four tackles for loss, including two sacks, as the Knights beat their crosstown rival, Mariner, 28-12.

Kejuan Coleman

RB, Cascade

Coleman, a senior, topped the 200-yard mark for the second straight week, gaining 274 yards and scoring three TDs on 22 carries as the Bruins outlasted Jackson 41-31.

Collin Montez

RB, Marysville Getchell

The sophomore running back had 29 carries for 273 yards and a touchdown — and threw a 37-yard touchdown pass — in the Chargers’ 55-21 non-conference loss to Lakeside.

Paulmer Gregory

RB/QB, Lakewood

The versatile senior finished with 160 yards rushing on 22 carries, and completed eight of 15 passes for 140 yards in the Cougars’ 18-17 win over Archbishop Murphy.

Andy Sam

RB, Sultan

Sam rushed for 201 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries to help lead Sultan to a 34-20 win over Granite Falls in the Black and Blue Bowl.

Koa Wilkins

QB, King’s

Wilkins threw for 199 yards and two touchdowns and had 16 carries for 54 yards and four TDs in King’s 42-14 win over Cedarcrest.

Andrew Zimmerman

QB, Monroe

Andrew Zimmerman threw five touchdown passes and Jason Jerome rushed for 182 yards and three scores on the ground as Monroe opened Wesco 4A play with a victory on Friday night.

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