In case you missed it, a round up of weekend high school football news from the greater Puget Sound.
Auburn Mountainview 28, Auburn Riverside 2 – The Lions had a total 210 yards rushing on 33 carries, and remain undefeated.
Bellarmine Prep 29, Timberline 22 – The Lions came from behind, clinching it with Nathan Goltermann-Doyle’s 37-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.
Bothell 46, Woodinville 3 – Bothell QB Ross Bowers and RB Sam McPherson dominated in a game where Bothell recorded two safeties.
Edmonds Woodway 21, Lynnwood 6 – Edmonds Woodway got hit hard with penalties, but the Warriors’ defense held the team from the second quarter on.
Federal Way 70, Decatur 24 – Federal Way’s Chico McClatcher set the SPSL rushing record with 397 yards, surpassing Victor Williams’ record of 391 yards in the 2005 Bethel-Federal Way game.
Kentwood 28, Tahoma 0 – It was a tough night for Tahoma on both sides of the ball – Kentwood RB Isaiah Williams had two touchdowns on his first five touches, and the Conqueror defense limited Tahoma to just 39 yards rushing and 110 passing.
Kamiak 27, Monroe 23 – Monroe QB Andrew Zimmerman came out of the game injured in the third quarter, and the Bearcats were unable to recover.
Mariner 42, Jackson 24 – Mariner’s offensive line opened big holes to let RB Dyonte Law run for 252 yards and score four touchdowns.
Marysville Pilchuck 51, Marysville Getchell 7 – RB Killian Page blew up the Tomahawk offense with four touchdowns and 234 yards rushing, helping Marysville Pilchuck to its biggest Berry Bowl win.
O’Dea 31, Bishop Blanchet 7 – RB Myles Gaskin led the Fighting Irish with 292 yards on 28 carries, just 26 yards short of O’Dea’s rushing record.
Peninsula 26, Sumner 20 – Peninsula turned to its fifth string running back Cameron Lewis in overtime, and the sophomore won it for the Seahawks with a 12-yard touchdown.