At Lakes 69, Enumcalaw 0: The No. 2 Lancers scored on seven touchdowns of 40 yards or longer – highlighted by Charles Hall’s 95-yard scamper in the first quarter – in a big win at Harry E. Lang Stadium.
At Bonney Lake 49, Decatur 6: Chris Brown tossed a school-record seven touchdown passes – four going to Zach Zaragoza (16, 20, 12 and 22 yards) and the Panthers won at Sunset Chev Stadium.
Decatur was limited to 83 total yards.
Steilacoom 30, at Fife 25: Jacob Esseln won it for the Sentinels with his 1-yard touchdown run in the final minutes as the Steilacoom won on the road.
NARROWS LEAGUE 3A
Yelm 35, at Foss 7: The Tornados got four touchdowns from Jacob Swilley – three on first-half runs (28, 1, 3) – to earn their first win of the season in beating the Falcons in Narrows 3A action at Mount Tahoma Stadium in Tacoma.
Quarterback Kyle Brownell tallied the game-winning score in the first quarter on a 56-pass to Swilley.
Tumwater 52, at River Ridge 7: The No. 2 Thunderbirds held the Hawks to 87 total yards, and Brennen Hinkle’s 49-yard interception return for a touchdown on the final play of the first half gave Tumwater all the steam it needed to roll to a convincing Evergreen Conference 2A triumph at South Sound Stadium in Lacey.
Tumwater had three interceptions on the night, and started the second half with Andrew Brown’s 87-yard kickoff return for a touchdown to go up, 45-7.
The Hawks had their lone touchdown on Brad Wallace’s 66-yard scamper.
Centralia 27, at Aberdeen 21: Mason Musselman scampered in with a 25-yard touchdown run with 1:26 to go, and the Tigers held Aberdeen out of the end zone in the final 25 seconds to clinch its first Ev-Co victory of the season.
After the Tigers went up 27-21, Aberdeen – aided by a 15-yard facemask penalty – had the ball at the Centralia 8-yard line, but was intercepted in the end zone with 22 seconds remaining.
The Bobcats rallied from a 21-7 deficit to tie the game behind two Dyllyn Rhodes’ touchdown passes to Brandon Currier.
At W.F. West 35, Mark Morris 14: It is getting near crunch time, and Bearcats coach Bob Wollan is giving opponents of No. 8 Chehalis something important to think about.
He lined up quarterback Mitch Gueller at receiver.
The talented do-everything standout caught a pair of touchdown passes from Tanner Gueller – his younger brother in a non-league victory at Bearcat Stadium.
On Chehalis’ first play from scrimmage, Mitch Gueller started the first of three handoffs, then took off up the middle of the field. The final lateral ended up in on Tanner Gueller’s hands, and he connected with his sibling on a 95-yard catch-and-run touchdown.
Mitch Gueller also passed for a score (79-yarder to Andrew White) and ran for another (16-yarder) – all in the first half.