It was a wild night in high-school football. I spent the day following Interlake coach Jason Rimkus for a project that will run at some point over the next two weeks.
However, the story of the Saints’ matchup with Lake Washington, at least as far as the game was concerned, was the fact that the Kangaroos’ 34-13 win was their first home victory since Sept. 15, 2006.
Lake Washington won that game against Inglemoor, 41-35. The Kangaroos picked up this year’s win during their final home game of the season.
Interlake’s Scotty Gehlhausen returned the opening kickoff for a 98-yard touchdown, but it was all Lake Washington after that.
Here’s a look at the rest of Friday night’s high-school football action.
Skyline 56, Jackson 3
Lakes 38, Enumclaw 31
Juanita 18, Mount Si 17
Kennedy Catholic 43, Lindbergh 32
Everett 16, Meadowdale 10
Eastlake 34, Issaquah 33, 3 OTs
Seattle Prep 12, Rainier Beach 6
Edmonds-Woodway 41, Cascade 0
— Desmond Young, Edmonds-Woodway: Sophomore had 222 yards on 18 carries, scored from 6, 49, 63 yards.
Cedarcrest 31, South Whidbey 20
— Jared Klingenberg, Cedarcrest: Had 213 yards on 22 carries, four TDs.
Liberty 28, Mercer Island 11
— Chandler Jenkins, Liberty: Carried 24 times for 253 yards, four touchdowns.
Marysville-Pilchuck 38, Lake Stevens 21
— Tyler Thompson and Tylor Klep, Marysville-Pilchuck: Combined for 247 rushing yards, five touchdowns.
Mountlake Terrace 35, Shorewood 0
Mountlake Terrace’s Devante Downs scored four rushing touchdowns in the win.
Clover Park 50, Washington 24
— Clover Park’s Tana Pritchard scored five touchdowns (two rushing, three passing), leading Clover Park to victory.
Newport 48, Redmond 20
Newport’s sophomore quarterback Isaac Dotson had 117 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries.