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October 24, 2008 at 10:45 PM

Jake Frauenholtz does it all for Everett

I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a player do so much in one game. Jake Frauenholtz ran the ball (a 67-yard TD run on the first play of the game), caught the ball (3 TD receptions: 5, 30, 19), returned punts (controlled field position and set up a score), had two interceptions as a defensive back and also took care of kickoffs and punts.

Everett coach Will Soren said he was trying to get him the ball in as many ways as possible — hence a surprising formation in the game’s first play where Frauenholtz ran for a score taking a pitch as a fullback.

Shorecrest coach Mike Wollan called the Everett senior “electric.”

Frauenholtz, a 6-foot, 195-pounder, took over the game in every aspect and led the Seagulls to a big 40-13 win over the Scots. Here are his scoring plays broken down by week. The only game he didn’t score was in a 41-7 loss to second-ranked Ferndale.

Week 1: 54-yard punt return against Bishop Blanchet

Week 2: 76-yard reception against Edmonds-Woodway

Week 3: 7-yard and 59-yard receptions against Oak Harbor

Week 4: 24-yard reception against Cascade

Week 5: 11-yard and 35-yard receptions, and 39-yard punt return against Lynnwood

Week 7: 31-yard reception against Glacier Peak

Week 8: 67-yard run, and 5-yard, 30-yard and 19-yard receptions against Shorecrest

That’s 13 TDs total (10 receptions, 2 punt returns and 1 rush) as a marked man in the WesCo 3A. I’m not sure if any receiver in the state is as important to his team.

In some others notes: Chase Herrick, Everett’s dual-threat junior quarterback, might have had the quietest four-touchdown passing game I’ve ever seen.

The Seagulls had three touchdown drives that took only one play — and another one-play TD drive called back due to penalty.

Led by David Andre (INT, sack, another tackle for loss) and Paul Stiger, Everett’s defense held the Scots to 33 total yards in the second half.

Shorecrest had some problems throwing the ball, but junior running-back Michael Harris and Jordan Brown are extremely dynamic.

The WesCo 3A league is crazy! Four teams (Everett, Shorecrest, Glacier Peak and Meadowdale) are tied at the top. All are 2-1 in league play and could finish anywhere from 1st to 4th with only one game left. The league sends two teams the preliminary round of the state playoffs with the third team playing in a playoff with a Northwest Conference team.

Next week Everett travels to Meadowdale and Shorecrest hosts Glacier Peak. Should be exciting!

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