Week 5: Prep football stars of the night

Cappasio Cherry, RB, Edmonds-Woodway

Cherry, a junior, ran for 187 yards and four touchdowns in the Warriors 47-8 thrashing of Lynnwood.

Isaiah Cole, WR/DB, Monroe

Cole, a senior, scored twice in his 2017 debut after recovering from off-season knee surgery, returning an interception 60 yards for a score and catching one of Jaedyn Prewitt’s four touchdown passes in a 57-0 Wesco 4A win over Glacier Peak.

Ryan Sander, OL/DL, Lake Stevens

Sander, a senior, intercepted two passes and returned one 21 yards for a touchdown as the Vikings thumped Jackson 49-7 in a Wesco 4A game. Sander also recorded a sack in the win.

Ricardo Ruiz, RB, Shorecrest

Ruiz, a senior, ran for 191 yards on 21 carries and four touchdowns in a 42-22 win over Shorewood to help the Scots win the Rotary Cup.

Brennon Blevins, QB, King’s

Blevins, a senior, had a hand in all seven of the Knights’ touchdowns in a 49-28 non-conference win over Sehome. He threw for 373 yards and three scores, and rushed for 171 yards and four touchdowns.

Camden Landrum, QB, Granite Falls

Landrum, a senior, rushed for 226 yards and two touchdowns, and passed for 105 yards and a third score as the Tigers pounded Cedarcrest 48-7 in a Cascade Conference matchup.

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