Here’s a look at how Scorebook Live’s Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in games played Sept. 19-21. These are our all-classification rankings.
1. Eastside Catholic, 3-0 (3A) beat Pinnacle (Arizona) 21-19
Gee Scott Jr. had another big game — 9 catches, 209 yards, 2 TDs — and the Crusaders beat another formidable out-of-state opponent.
2. Lake Stevens, 3-0 (4A) beat No. 22 Monroe 73-28
The Vikings showed what they’re capable of on offense, racking up 661 total yards.
3. Woodinville, 3-0 (4A) beat Edmonds-Woodway 35-7
The Falcons put away Edmonds-Woodway early and turned their attention to their Week 4 showdown with Mount Si.
4. O’Dea, 3-0 (3A) beat Bothell 29-23
Cameron Daniels rushed for 103 yards and a TD and O’Dea rallied from a 20-14 halftime deficit to beat Bothell.
5. Graham-Kapowsin, 3-0 (4A) beat Emerald Ridge 49-7
Graham-Kapowsin scored on all five first-half possessions, including a spectacular 5-yard TD catch by Malaki Roberson.
6. Kennedy Catholic, 3-0 (4A) beat Blanchet 50-0
Sam Huard threw for 292 yards and five touchdowns in a penalty-filled game.
7. Chiawana, 3-0 (4A) beat Walla Walla 41-13
The Riverhawks turned in another dominant defensive effort, holding the Blue Devils to 45 yards of total offense.
8. Puyallup, 3-0 (4A) beat Sumner 29-12
The Vikings scored three touchdowns in a six-minute span in the third quarter to erase a deficit, and wrap up a victory over their 4A SPSL rival. Puyallup QB Luke Holcomb threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns.
9, Lakes, 2-0 (3A) beat Mount Tahoma 70-8
The Lancers likely won’t be tested until the Bethel matchup on Oct. 11.
10. Camas, 3-0 (4A) beat West Valley (Yakima) 45-14
Jacques Badoloto-Birdsell scored four touchdowns — including three in the first quarter — and rushed for 106 yards as the Papermakers cruised.
11. Mount Spokane, 3-0 (3A) beat Sandpoint (Idaho) 35-19
Kannon Katzer set a single-game school record with 355 rushing yards on 15 carries. He has 823 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns through three games.
12. Tumwater, 3-0 (2A) beat Bellarmine Prep 27-14
After scoring 55 and 54 points in their first two games, Tumwater was held to 27 by a feisty Bellarmine defense.
13. Central Valley 3-0 (4A) beat Ferris 17-7
Matt Gabbert threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns and Carsen Raab picked off a pass in the end zone late in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
14. Lincoln, 1-2 (3A) beat Wilson (Tacoma) 54-0
The Abes took out some frustration after a brutal two-game stretch to start the season.
15. Union, 2-1 (4A) lost to Eastlake 31-8
The Titans came crashing back to earth a week after routing Steilacoom.
16. Bellevue, 2-1 (3A) beat No. 25 Garfield 28-27
The Wolverines survived in arguably the best game of Week 3. Now they get Camas.
17. Mead, 2-1 (4A) beat Lewis & Clark 34-10
Ryan Blair and the Panthers took care of business Thursday night, setting up a huge game with Mt. Spokane.
18. Mount Si, 3-0 (4A) beat No. 19 Skyview 31-26
Clay Millen threw three touchdown passes and Mount Si held off a late surge from Skyview.
19. Skyview, 2-1 (4A) lost to No. 18 Mount Si 31-26
Skyview QB Yaro Duvalko ran for one TD, threw for another and Jalynnee McGee scored twice on the ground, but the Storm came up just short.
20. Archbishop Murphy, 3-0 (2A) beat Cleveland 73-0
This was a tune-up for Week Four’s Northwest Conference showdown with Lynden.
21. Hockinson, 2-1 (2A) beat R.A. Long 62-14
The Hawks started a new winning streak on Friday.
22. Monroe, 1-2 (4A) lost to No. 2 Lake Stevens 73-28
The Bearcats couldn’t stop Lake Stevens, but they have played one of the toughest schedules in the state.
23. Eastlake, 2-1 (4A) beat No. 15 Union 31-8
Grady Robison threw three touchdown passes and Eastlake’s defense pitched a shutout for three quarters.
24. Kamiakin, 3-0 (3A) beat Hanford 55-41
Kamiakin QB Henry Mercado passed for 415 yards and six touchdowns as Kamiakin’s offense put up 40-plus points for the third straight game.
25. Garfield, 1-2 (3A) lost to No. 16 Bellevue 28-27
The Bulldogs’ two-point conversion failed with seven seconds left. Give them credit for going for the win.