A look at Friday night's standout performances and games.
QUARTERBACK ROUND TABLE
COLLEGE-BOUND QUARTERBACKS Max Browne (Skyline), Billy Green (King’s) and Isaac Dotson (Newport, right) get together with Times reporter Jayson Jenks to talk about recruiting and the intricacies of their position. It’s Sunday in the Seattle Times.
— Billy Green, King’s: Passed for 312 yards and six touchdowns (five in first half).
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— Kacey Walker, Marysville-Pilchuck: Carried 28 times for 304 yards, two scores.
— Connor Coleman, Lake Stevens: Eight receptions for 209 yards, two touchdowns.
— Trey Reynolds, Eastside Catholic: Passed for 363 yards, four TDs in first half.
— Desmond Young, Edmonds-Woodway: Had 276 yards and three TDs on 28 carries.
— Quincy Carter, Kent-Meridian: Rushed for 125 yards and four TDs, passed for 134 and a score as Royals ended long playoff drought.
— Riley Simonson, Lake Washington: Carried 11 times for 197 yards, five touchdowns.
— Amani Brown, Mount Rainier: Carried 28 times for 174 yards, three TDs.
— Evan Elliott, Federal Way: Four of his nine pass completions went for scores.
— Austin Otis, Lake Stevens: Carried 27 times for 165 yards.
— Devante Downs, Mountlake Terrace: Six touchdowns, 136 yards on 24 carries.
— Matt Cuzzetto, Lake Stevens: Made 12 tackles.
— Federal Way 35, Curtis 6: Anyone have a higher ratio of TDs to pass attempts than Eagles’ Evan Elliott?
— King’s 55, Lakewood 42: 1A King’s now has outclassed three top-10 2A teams (Lynden, ATM, Lakewood).
— Peninsula 30, Lakes 7: Seahawks end Lancers’ string of SPSL 3A titles, 30 consecutive league wins.
— Jackson 40, Monroe 0: Timberwolves in rare form on defense on way to WesCo 4A North crown.