A look at standout individual and team performances in prep football Friday night.
THURSDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
ARCHBISHOP MURPHY, led by senior RB Alex Galgano, is ranked No. 1 in the state in Class 2A, but might not even be the best team in its league. The Wildcats host Class 1A King’s at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in a Cascade Conference showdown to be televised by ROOT Sports.
Max Browne, Skyline: Completed 18 of 29 passes for 387 yards, three TDs.
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Samuel Mintah, Franklin Pierce: Carried 16 times for 280 yards, four touchdowns.
Treyvon Brown, Spanaway Lake: Rushed 21 times for 242 yards, two touchdowns.
Griffin McLain, Mount Si: DE/TE batted down three passes, had TD reception.
Marquis Davis, Rainier Beach: Had 176 yards on five carries, scored three TDs.
Daniel Wiitanen, Lindbergh: Rushed for 204 yards, three TDs on 22 carries.
Kemper McQuaid, Bellevue Christian: Completed 22 of 40 passes for 280 yards and three touchdowns.
Conner Coleman, Lake Stevens: Caught six passes for 171 yards, two scores.
Daniel Porras, Lake Washington: Carried 16 times for 196 yards, four touchdowns.
John Thompson, Bethel: Ran for scores of 4, 19 and 73 yards, had 44-yard TD catch.
Desmond Young, Edmonds-Woodway: Four rushing touchdown runs in less than a half.
Bellevue 35, Bothell 7: Somewhere, “Pop” Keeney was hiding his eyes.
Mount Si 21, Issaquah 0: Circle the date: Oct. 12, Bellevue at Mount Si.
Skyline 57, Cottonwood 25: On national TV, Spartans never blink.
Glacier Peak 43, Snohomish 7: Grizzlies’ big-play offense is scary.
Eastside Catholic 30, Eastlake 12: Crusaders own the Plateau … at least, until Skyline returns home.