Here’s a roundup of five of the best games in Week 10 of Washington high school football, with a link to Scorebook Live’s statewide scoreboard:
At Garfield 36, Evergreen (Vancouver) 34
Garfield scored early in the fourth quarter and Avery Morrow ran in the two-point conversion to fend off Evergreen on Friday night’s Memorial Stadium late game.
Evergreen cut the lead to two when Tae Marks caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Carter Monda, then the Plainsmen recovered the ensuing onside kick with 3:30 to go.
But their late-game efforts to get into field goal range were thwarted by Garfield.
Gabe Johnson’s 4-yard touchdown broke a 28-28 tie early in the fourth quarter, lifting the Conquerors to a victory at French Field.
Johnson’s go-ahead score with 8:29 remaining was set up by Jalin Church’s 30-yard pass to Tayvonne Miller.
After Brayden Corwin connected on a 43-yard field goal for Glacier Peak that cut it to 35-31 with 3:30 to go, two long Church runs extended the Conquerors’ final 74-yard drive, ending on Akil Brown’s 20-yard scoring scamper at the 2:17 mark.
The Tornados erased an early fourth-quarter deficit with two touchdowns over the final 9 1/2 minutes at Yelm Stadium.
Quarterback Ben Hoffmann broke through a pack and gave Yelm the lead back, 21-17, on his 44-yard touchdown run with 9:39 to go.
After forcing the Warriors to punt, the Tornados put the game away on an 11-play, 69-yard drive that chewed up nearly six minutes. Carson Amendt sprinted around right end for a 6-yard score – and 27-17 Yelm lead with 2:08 remaining.
Devon Nofoa-Masoe scored three second-quarter touchdowns, helping the Lancers recover from an early deficit at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Nofoa-Masoe’s third score on a 3-yard run gave the Lancers an 18-7 lead with 50 seconds to go in the first half.
Nofoa-Masoe finished with 185 rushing yards on 19 carries.
Landon Pruitt’s 7-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter proved to be the game-winner as the Cougars advanced to the state playoffs for the first time since 2012.
Lakewood linebacker Andrew Molloy turned away a promising Patriots’ drive with a goal-line interception with less than two minutes remaining.
Daylon Lambert’s interception return for a touchdown with 58 seconds to go capped a wild Cardinals’ comeback at Franklin Pierce District Stadium.
Lambert tipped Anthony Turso’s pass near the left sideline to himself, grabbed it and then side-stepped the quarterback near the goal-line for the game-winning score.
Lambert tied the game on his short touchdown run with less than two minutes remaining.