SPORTS: Friday prep football scores

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  • Saturday, September 19, 2009 10:51am
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Aberdeen 35, Centralia 34

Adna 18, Napavine 7

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 56, Odessa 8

Asotin 20, Lind-Ritzville 6

Astoria, Ore. 34, R.A. Long 22

Auburn 48, Kent Meridian 21

Bainbridge 33, Kingston 0

Battle Ground 39, Prairie 6

Bellarmine Prep 28, Franklin Pierce 14

Bethel 56, Emerald Ridge 3

Black Hills 34, Hoquiam 6

Blaine 28, Ferndale 21

Bonners Ferry, Idaho 32, Newport 0

Bonney Lake 28, Clover Park 6

Bothell 54, Redmond 0

Camas 29, Evergreen (Vancouver) 0

Capital 60, Port Angeles 7

Cascade (Everett) 20, Mariner 14

Cascade (Leavenworth) 28, Omak 0

Cashmere 58, Lake Roosevelt 0

Castle Rock 41, Ridgefield 7

Centennial, British Columbia 28, Lynden Christian 0

Central Valley 13, Lewis and Clark 12

Chelan 16, Tonasket 14

Cheney 42, Rogers (Spokane) 13

Chimacum 40, Klahowya 16

Clarkston 35, Moscow, Idaho 21

Colfax 33, DeSales 14

Columbia (Hunters) 34, Inchelium 22

Colville 42, Chewelah (Jenkins) 29

Curtis 28, Rogers (Puyallup) 7

Cusick 59, Selkirk 16

Davis 28, Lake Washington 6

Deer Park 44, Kettle Falls 0

East Valley (Spokane) 42, Shadle Park 13

East Valley (Yakima) 48, Ephrata 12

Eastlake 31, Woodinville 21

Edmonds-Woodway 39, Lynnwood 6

Eisenhower 31, Chiawana High School 6

Enterprise, Ore. 39, Liberty Christian 21

Forks 26, Rochester 20

Foss 30, Mount Tahoma 20

Friday Harbor 49, LaConner 12

Garfield 34, Roosevelt 32

Heritage 27, Columbia River 7

Hockinson 40, Mountain View 26

Hudson’s Bay 14, LaCenter 13

Jackson 56, Arlington 21

Juanita 41, Sammamish 20

Kamiak 35, Shorewood 10

Kamiakin 13, Hanford 10

Kelso 55, Fort Vancouver 28

Kentridge 21, Federal Way 13

Kentwood 14, Tahoma 7

King’s 45, Coupeville 13

Kittitas 47, Bridgeport 6

LaCrosse/Washtucna 46, Echo, Ore. 8

Lake Stevens 21, Stanwood 17

LaSalle 61, Waterville 6

Lewiston, Idaho 19, Pullman 14

Lincoln 32, Stadium 29

Lindbergh 14, Renton 7

Lopez 60, Mansfield 22

Lyle-Klickitat-Wishram 42, Sunnyside Christian 6

Marysville-Pilchuck 47, Skyview 41

Meadowdale 49, Mountlake Terrace 7

Medical Lake 32, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 20

Meridian 30, Orting 22

Montesano 49, Toledo 0

Mossyrock 6, Pe Ell 0

Mount Baker 24, Anacortes 14

Mount Vernon 43, Sehome 0

Mt. Rainier 21, Highline 20

Mt. Spokane 51, North Central 6

Naches Valley 27, Highland 21, OT

Nathan Hale 15, Franklin 13

Nooksack Valley 55, Concrete 6

North Mason 31, Eastside Catholic 28

North Thurston 38, Olympic 34

O’Dea 39, West Seattle 7

Oak Harbor 13, Everett 6

Olympia 34, Wilson, Woodrow 3

Onalaska 38, White Pass/Morton 8

Othello 30, Prosser 14

Pateros 56, Valley Christian 6

Peninsula 48, Auburn Mountainview 7

Priest River, Idaho 14, Freeman 0

Rainier 47, Winlock 24

Reardan 15, Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia 7, OT

River View 36, Cle Elum/Roslyn 0

Sedro-Woolley 36, Monroe 14

Selah 31, Grandview 21

Snohomish 44, Shorecrest 28

Soap Lake 32, Entiat 13

South Bend 46, Warrenton, Ore. 8

South Kitsap 55, Shelton 13

Southridge 27, Moses Lake 7

Squalicum 35, Burlington-Edison 17

St. John-Endicott 28, Garfield-Palouse 16

Tenino 41, Kalama 6

Todd Beamer 13, Auburn Riverside 7

Toppenish 47, Quincy 13

Touchet 42, Condon/Wheeler, Ore. 22

Tumwater 41, River Ridge 18

Umatilla, Ore. 34, Stevenson 27

University 20, Gonzaga Prep 17

Wahkiakum 40, Toutle Lake 12

Waitsburg-Prescott 32, Davenport 7

Walla Walla 35, Eastmont 0

Washington 28, Charles Wright Academy 21

Wellpinit 62, Curlew 14

Wenatchee 28, Pasco 22

West Valley (Spokane) 35, Riverside 3

Wilbur-Creston 33, Sprague-Harrington 12

Willapa Valley 50, Raymond 6

Woodland 28, Rainier, Ore. 22, OT

Yelm 35, Bremerton 0

Zillah 34, Granger 12

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