How the Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared: Mead holds off Mt. Spokane; Woodinville beats Mount Si in final minute

Here’s a look at how Scorebook Live’s Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in games played Sept. 26-28. These are our all-classification rankings.

1. Eastside Catholic, 4-0 (3A) beat Rainier Beach 43-6

After easily handling Rainier Beach, the Crusaders get Garfield next week.

2. Lake Stevens, 4-0 (4A) beat Mount Vernon 77-0

The No. 1 team in 4A put up 70-plus points for the second consecutive week.

3. Woodinville, 4-0 (4A) beat No. 17 Mount Si 7-3

Joey Johnson punched in a one-yard touchdown run with 27 seconds left to lift Woodinville over Mount Si in a slugfest Saturday night.

4. O’Dea, 4-0 (3A) beat Blanchet 27-0

O’Dea used its ground game — three rushing TDs — and stout defense to blank the Braves.

5. Graham-Kapowsin, 4-0 (4A) beat Puyallup 27-13

Quarterback Nathan Thomas tossed a pair of touchdown passes, and the Eagles finished off the final 10 minutes with two run-only scoring drives in turning away No. 6 Puyallup.

6. Kennedy Catholic, 4-0 (4A) beat Tahoma 48-0

Sam Huard threw for 405 yards and five touchdown passes, all to Junior Alexander, and the Lancers walloped Tahoma, 48-0, at Highline District Stadium.

7. Chiawana, 3-1 (4A) lost to Union 21-20

The Riverhawks were stopped inside Union’s 10 yard line twice, including late in the third quarter on fourth and two from the four yard line.

8. Puyallup, 3-1 (4A) lost to No. 5 Graham-Kapowsin 27-13

The Vikings had just 40 second-half yards against the Eagles. “They did a great job of filling the inside gaps and taking away our zone play,” Puyallup coach Gary Jeffers said.

9. Lakes, 3-0 (3A) beat Stadium 67-0

Asian Fraser had two carries for 161 yards and two TDs as the Lancers rolled. Lakes has outscored its three opponents 183-29.

10. Camas, 4-0 (4A) beat No. 15 Bellevue 24-7

The Papermakers dominated up front, opening holes for Jacques Badolato-Birdsell to run wild again (26 carries, 137 yards and a TD).

11. Mount Spokane, 3-1 (3A) lost to No. 16 Mead 34-28

RB Kannon Katzer went crazy again, rushing for 284 yards and four TDs on 30 carries. But he was tackled just short of the goal line as time ran out:

12. Tumwater, 4-0 (2A) beat Clackamas (Oregon) 35-19

QB Cody Whalen threw two touchdown passes and ran for another as the T-Birds handled a school with twice the enrollment.

13. Central Valley, 4-0 (4A) beat Lewis & Clark 31-28

Landon Rehkow booted a 21-yard field goal at the horn to keep the Bears undefeated. Watch the kick:

14. Lincoln, 2-2 (3A) beat Bonney Lake 47-0

Abes win

15. Bellevue, 2-2 (3A) lost to No. 10 Camas 24-7

With the loss, Bellevue is 2-2 entering league play for the first time since 2009.

16. Mead, 3-1 (4A) beat No. 11 Mt. Spokane 34-28

Behind Caleb Shawen — 20 carries for 181 yards — Mead built a 27-7 halftime lead and barely held on.

17. Mount Si, 3-1 (4A) lost to No. 3 Woodinville 7-3

The pocket collapsed on Clay Millen all night, but he battled to give Mount Si a chance. “They had us covered,” Mount Si coach Charlie Kinnune said. “We saw plenty of film and they had us covered up. I think Clay had a great game. Really, really proud of him for how competitive he is, what a team guy he is.”

18. Archbishop Murphy, 3-1 (2A) lost to Lynden 10-7

It was the Wildcats’ second straight loss to Lynden, who came back from 11 down in the fourth quarter to win 24-21 last season.

19. Hockinson, 3-1 (2A) beat Columbia River 56-9

Rainy, muddy conditions didn’t stop the Hawks from putting up 50-plus points for the second consecutive week.

20. Eastlake, 3-1 (4A) beat Issaquah 37-6

QB Grady Robison had three touchdown passes and one TD run as the Wolves won their third straight game. Next week: Mount Si.

21. Kamiakin, 3-1 (3A) lost to Kennewick 42-18

Kennewick QB Blaine Chavez threw three TD passes and RB Myles Mayovsky had 30 carries for 178 yards and two TDs as the Lions blitzed the Braves.

22. Skyview, 3-1 (4A) beat Rogers 55-21

QB Yaro Duvalko barely played in the second half and still threw for 148 yards and three touchdowns. Skyview opens league play next week against Battle Ground.

23. Bothell, 2-2 (4A) beat North Creek 42-7

Cougars rebound from tough loss to O’Dea with blowout of North Creek.

24. Arlington, 3-1 (3A) lost to Ferndale 48-28

Turnovers killed the Eagles as they crashed back to earth with a 20-point road loss.

25. Garfield, 2-2 (3A) beat Seattle Prep 35-9

The battle-tested Bulldogs outscored Prep 21-0 in the second half. Now they get Eastside Catholic.

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