Here’s a look at how Scorebook Live’s Top 25 Washington high school football teams fared in games played Oct. 4-6. These are our all-classification rankings.
1. Eastside Catholic, 5-0 (3A) beat Garfield 42-21
Sam Adams, Gee Scott Jr. and D.J. Rogers all broke the 100-yard mark in just over a half of work: Adams had 160 rushing yards while Scott (four catches, 143 yards) and Rogers (four catches, 131 yards) posted 100-yard receiving days. And they accounted for four touchdowns – all 35 yards or longer. Watch the highlights:
2. Lake Stevens, 5-0 (4A) beat Kamiak 62-6
The Vikings are on a collision course with 5-0 Glacier Peak in Week 6.
3. Woodinville, 5-0 (4A) beat Redmond 49-7
The Falcons had no issue with Redmond, and now they turn their attention to a Week 6 showdown at Bothell.
4. O’Dea, 5-0 (3A) beat Seattle Prep 45-13
We have all been waiting for this matchup: O’Dea at Eastside Catholic week has arrived.
5. Graham-Kapowsin, 5-0 (4A) beat Olympia 40-7
The Eagles boast one of the best defenses in the state (allowing 10.2 points per game).
6. Kennedy Catholic, 5-0 (4A) beat Enumclaw 41-13
Five-star Washington commit Sav’ell Smalls had three sacks as the Lancers turned in another dominant defensive performance.
7. Lakes, 4-0 (3A) beat Bonney Lake 35-0
Howard Golden rushed for four touchdowns to help the Lancers remain unbeaten. They host No. 23 Bethel in Week 6.
8. Camas, 5-0 (4A) beat Heritage 65-7
The Papermakers hammered Heritage, then quickly turned their attention to a Week 6 showdown at Sumner.
9. Tumwater, 5-0 (2A) beat Rochester 64-6
Dylan Paine had three rushing touchdowns and Turner Allen added a receiving TD and a punt return TD as the T-Birds rolled.
10. Central Valley, 4-1 (4A) lost to Coeur d’Alene 35-13
Matt Gabbert struggled against the Vikings’ pressure, completing 10-of-31 passes for just 91 yards. Chad Carlson gave the Bears a spark on the ground, rushing for 113 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. View the photo gallery.
11. Chiawana, 4-1 (4A) beat Hanford 48-7
Gabe Schilz rushed for 153 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Riverhawks over Hanford.
12. Mead, 3-2 (4A) lost to Gonzaga Prep 31-7
With running back Caleb Shawen sidelined with a shoulder injury the Panthers struggled to score. And they could not stop Gonzaga Prep QB Ryan McKenna (18 carries, 147 yards, 2 TDs).
13. Mount Spokane, 4-1 (3A) beat University 42-6
Kannon Katzer tacked on three more touchdowns as the Wildcats rebounded from a tough loss to Mead last week.
14. Lincoln, 3-2 (3A) beat Spanaway Lake 48-0
The Abes posts their third consecutive shutout and have outscored their last three opponents 149-0.
15. Puyallup, 5-1 (4A) beat Union 42-41
In one of the craziest endings you’ll ever see the Vikings held on after Union missed a long PAT with no time remaining. Read the game story and watch the highlights:
16. Mount Si, 3-2 (4A) lost to Eastlake 24-18
Clay Millen, who picked up an offer from Arizona earlier in the week, connected with Kevin Corder on a 65-yard touchdown pass to pull Mount Si within six with 6:14 to play in the game. But Eastlake’s defense held firm down the stretch, sending the Wildcats to their second straight loss. View the photo gallery.
17. Archbishop Murphy, 4-1 (2A) beat Blaine 43-0
The Wildcats rebounded from a tough loss to Lynden by blanking the Borderites.
18. Hockinson, 4-1 (2A) beat Woodland 41-0
Levi Crum threw four TD passes in just over two quarters as the Hawks cruised past the Beavers.
19. Eastlake, 4-1 (4A) beat Mount Si 24-18
Wolves’ QB Grady Robison ran for two touchdowns and the Wolves’ defense made several key stops late in the game to lift Eastlake to the 4A KingCo victory. View the photo gallery.
20. Skyview, 4-1 (4A) beat Battle Ground 63-14
Jalynnee McGee ran for three TDs on just five carries and Yaro Duvalko threw two long TD passes as the Storm built a 56-7 halftime lead. Next up: Union.
21. Bothell, 3-2 (4A) beat Skyline 41-7
Luke Olsen had two touchdown runs to help the Cougars run away from Skyline.
22. Garfield, 2-3 (3A) lost to Eastside Catholic 42-21
The Bulldogs, who have played arguably the toughest schedule in the state, hung with the Crusaders early before the offensive onslaught began. WR Tierre Monroe finished with 108 receiving yards on four catches, and RB Avery Morrow – a Nevada commit – finished with 83 yards on 14 carries in the loss. Read the game story.
23. Bethel, 3-2 (3A) beat Mount Tahoma 52-0
After an easy victory, the Braves head to 4-0 Lakes in Week 6.
24. Lynden, 4-1 (2A) beat Lakewood 37-6
Running back Steven DiLorenzo scored three touchdowns and quarterback Baylor Ayres had two TD passes as the Lions handed Lakewood its first loss.
25. Kentwood, 4-1 (4A) beat Auburn Mountainview 49-10
The Conks turned in another impressive defensive effort and are allowing only 12.6 points per game.