MG at Arlington next week’s big game; last week, Jackson edged MG in OT

It will be a cross-town rivalry Friday, Sept. 26, when Arlington hosts Marysville Getchell. The Eagles will have to be extra vigilant of Chargers running back sophomore Collin Montez, who rushed for 314 yards Sept. 12 against Jackson.

MG's standout sophomore

MG's standout sophomore

Looking ahead

MG at Arlington

It will be a cross-town rivalry Friday, Sept. 26, when Arlington hosts Marysville Getchell. The Eagles will have to be extra vigilant of Chargers running back sophomore Collin Montez, who rushed for 314 yards Sept. 12 against Jackson. Since dropping down to 3A this season, the Eagles have shown that they can compete with anyone defeating Cascade and Snohomish. Arlington has a strong receiving core, consisting of senior Connor Bovard and junior Noah Andal.

Kings at Lakewood

The Cougars football team will take on King’s Friday, Sept. 26. The Cougars defense will need to be watchful of Kings’ offensive player Koa Wilkins, who caught three passes for 151 yards and a touchdown in his last game.

Stanwood at M-P

The Marysville-Pilchuck football team will play Stanwood Friday, Sept. 26. The Spartans’ quarterback, Chad Niven, can throw and run. They also have a strong running game with Jayce Wheeler, who rushed for 159 yards on 20 carries in his last game.

Tulalip at Seattle Lutheran

Tulalip Heritage plays away at Seattle Lutheran Friday, Sept. 26.

Looking back

Arlington 34, Snohomish 28

Arlington High School defeated Snohomish 34-28 Sept. 12. The Eagles were ahead just 17-16 in the second quarter, but scored 10 unanswered points to go ahead 27-16. The Eagles then held on to win 34-28, as the visitors mounted a strong second-half comeback.

Jackson 27, MG 21 (OT)

Marysville Getchell fell to Jackson 27-21 in overtime. Near the end of the fourth quarter, MG’s Collin Montez ran in for a touchdown to tie the game 21-21, but Jackson’s Jason Cottingham scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime.

M-P 40, Lake Stevens 28

Marysville-Pilchuck improved to 2-0 with a win at Lake Stevens 40-28. The game was closer than the final indicates with M-P ahead just 14-7 at the half and 21-21 near the end of the third. But the Tomahawks won the fourth quarter to take the game.

Lynden 38, Lakewood 21

On Sept. 12, Lakewood dropped to 0-2, losing to perennial power Lynden at home 38-21.

Tulalip 56, Evergreen 46

Robert Miles Jr. and Jessie Louie combined for 329 yards rushing and eight touchdowns to lead Tulalip Heritage High School to a 56-46 win over the Evergreen Lutheran Eagles of Tacoma Sept. 13.The Hawks got off to a fast start, taking a 24-8 lead in the first quarter in the game at Quilceda Stadium. The two teams scored at least one touchdown per quarter the rest of the way, and usually two, but Tulalip hung on to win, despite being outscored the final three quarters 38-32. Tulalip played Sept. 19 at Entiat High School. The result was too late for deadline.


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