SPORTS: High school football scores

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Friday’s results

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 86, Pateros 46

Archbishop Murphy 28, South Whidbey 6

Arlington 47, Snohomish 13

Asotin 14, Waitsburg-Prescott 7

Auburn 28, Tahoma 7

Bellevue 27, Liberty (Issaquah) 21

Bethel 24, Puyallup 10

Black Hills 19, Tumwater 7

Blaine 35, Sehome 0

Bonney Lake 20, Franklin Pierce 14

Bothell 55, Roosevelt 0

Bremerton 32, Port Angeles 14

Burlington-Edison 41, Mount Baker 21

Camas 43, Fort Vancouver 14

Capital 37, North Thurston 7

Cascade (Leavenworth) 56, Lake Roosevelt 6

Cascade Christian 34, Chimacum 6

Cashmere 55, Brewster 0

Cedarcrest beat Coupeville by forfeit

Central Kitsap 30, Stadium 0

Chehalis 39, Centralia 7

Cheney 33, Riverside 0

Chewelah 15, Kettle Falls 9

Cle Elum/Roslyn 51, Highland 3

Colfax 31, North Central JV 28

Colton 34, Lyle-Klickitat-Wishram 28

Columbia (Hunters) 70, Curlew 20

Columbia (White Salmon) 42, Ilwaco 21

Columbia River 28, Hudson’s Bay 14

Colville 28, Clarkston 21

Connell 30, Royal 14

Curtis 48, Jefferson 21

Cusick 52, Inchelium 6

Darrington 15, LaConner 14

Deer Park 49, Medical Lake 12

East Valley (Yakima) 24, Toppenish 20

Eastlake 56, Garfield 0

Edmonds-Woodway 28, Cascade (Everett) 7

Eisenhower 27, Eastmont 13

Ellensburg 61, Ephrata 0

Elma 14, Aberdeen 7

Entiat 33, Bridgeport 6

Everett 36, Shorecrest 6

Evergreen (Vancouver) 24, Battle Ground 7

Ferndale 24, Stanwood 0

Fife 38, Kingston 7

Forks 18, Rainier 0

Foss 28, White River 8

Freeman 40, Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 0

Glacier Peak 52, Shorewood 0

Gonzaga Prep 29, Central Valley 13

Graham-Kapowsin 52, Decatur 19

Grandview 22, Quincy 12

Hanford 28, West Valley (Yakima) 7

Highland Christian beat Lopez Island by forfeit

Highline 23, Foster 20

Issaquah 35, Newport (Bellevue) 6

Jackson 27, Mountlake Terrace 17

Kalama 21, Stevenson 15

Kamiak 28, Mariner 14

Kennewick 25, Pasco 17

Kentwood 13, Kentridge 7

King’s 31, Granite Falls 6

Kiona-Benton 31, Mabton-Bickleton 14

Kittitas 40, Oroville 0

LaCenter 34, Castle Rock 16

Lakes 48, Auburn Mountainview 0

Lakewood 40, Sultan 26

LaSalle 52, Liberty Bell 6

Lewis and Clark 42, Ferris 20

Lind-Ritzville 14, Davenport 7

Lindbergh 48, Tyee 0

Lummi 68, Clallam Bay 18

Lynden 33, Anacortes 6

Mark Morris 42, Hockinson 7

Marysville-Pilchuck 56, Monroe 13

Mead 30, University 13

Meadowdale 47, Lynnwood 24

Mercer Island 42, Sammamish 22

Meridian 18, Friday Harbor 6

Montesano 48, Onalaska 7

Moses Lake 49, Sunnyside 20

Mossyrock 48, Toutle Lake 0

Mount Si 42, Juanita 6

Mount Spokane 49, Shadle Park 7

Naches Valley 42, Granger 18

Napavine 36, Pe Ell 0

Naselle 59, North Beach 14

Newport (Spokane) 20, Liberty (Spangle) 12

Nooksack Valley 45, Lynden Christian 14

North Mason 49, Washington 13

Northwest Christian (Lacey) 28, Raymond 6

Oak Harbor 28, Lake Stevens 14

Okanogan 27, Tonasket 15

Olympia 21, Bellarmine Prep 14

Olympic 21, North Kitsap 14

Omak 15, Chelan 12

Othello 70, Wapato 0

Peninsula 28, Enumclaw 13

Pomeroy 45, Dayton 6

Port Townsend 46, Charles Wright 27

R.A. Long 32, Ridgefield 29

Reardan 50, Mary Walker 24

River Ridge 31, Hoquiam 28

River View 49, Warden 14

Rochester 14, Tenino 0

Sedro-Woolley 10, Mount Vernon 7

Selah 28, Prosser 27

Sequim 41, Eatonville 6

Skyline 42, Redmond 7

South Bend 57, Ocosta 6

South Kitsap 47, Lincoln 18

Sprague-Harrington 42, Valley Christian 32

Squalicum 35, Bellingham 27

Sumner 41, Clover Park 34

Tacoma Baptist 53, Seattle Lutheran 8

Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia 33, Liberty Christian 0

Touchet 26, St. John-Endicott 18

Tri-Cities Prep 46, LaCrosse-Washtucna 0

Union 59, Prairie 0

Vancouver Christian 59, Evergreen Lutheran 6

Vashon Island 34, Orting 14

Wahkiakum 21, White Pass/Morton 6

Wahluke 35, Columbia (Burbank) 17

Walla Walla 35, Richland 21

Waterville 14, Manson 13

Wellpinit 48, Selkirk 24

Wenatchee 17, Davis 8

West Seattle 26, Chief Sealth 8

West Valley (Spokane) 28, Pullman 21, OT

White Swan 21, Soap Lake 6

Wilbur-Creston 34, Odessa 16

Willapa Valley 42, Chief Leschi 16

Wilson 35, Shelton 27

Woodinville 29, Ballard 22

Woodland 6, Washougal 0

Zillah 51, Goldendale-Klickitat 12

Thursday’s results

East Valley (Spokane) 34, Rogers (Spokane) 14

Federal Way 41, Kent-Meridian 8

Hazen 28, Kennedy 14

Inglemoor 34, Lake Washington 7

Interlake 49, Mount Rainier 0

Kamiakin 15, Chiawana 14

Mount Tahoma 42, Gig Harbor 40

Nathan Hale 41, Ingraham 6

O’Dea beat Lakeside (Seattle) by forfeit

Rainier Beach 23, Franklin 0

Seattle Prep 41, Eastside Catholic 27

Skyview 42, Kelso 22

Spanaway Lake 41, Emerald Ridge 0

Steilacoom 50, Klahowya 20

Timberline 44, Yelm 14

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