Tommies fall to Oak Harbor 42-13 [VIDEO]

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck football team fell to Oak Harbor 42-13 Oct. 23.

Erik Lind keeps the ball for a run.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck football team fell to Oak Harbor 42-13 Oct. 23.

Despite Erik Lind completing two touchdown passes first to Trent Tinglestad and then Tristan Southard in the first half, M-P’s defense couldn’t keep OH’s big running backs from getting in their end zone.

M-P’s record is 4-4.

Marysville Getchell also lost, falling to Stanwood 55-39, but Collin Montez busted out four TDs while rushing 145 yards on 33 carries. MG’s record is 2-6.

Arlington remained at the top of the 3A North, defeating Everett 43-13. Andrew Kalahar Passed for 262 yards and two TDs. Devon Nutter rushed in two. Arlington’s record is 7-1.

Lakewood sophomore quarterback Austin Lane completed 14 passes for 215 yards and three TDs en route of a win over South Whidbey 52-13. Two of his TD passes went to receiver Sam Linscott who had six catches for 107 yards. Tyler Courtney rushed for 109 yards and a TD. Lakewood’s record is 4-4.

Robert Miles Jr. of Tulalip Heritage rushed for 152 yards, caught 166 receiving yards and scored four touchdowns to lead the Hawks to a win over Clallam Bay 66-53. Heritage’s record is 3-4.


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