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Published: Friday, October 12, 2012, 11:07 p.m.

Prep football: Marysville Pilchuck 49, Everett 14

EVERETT -- Jake Luton threw for three touchdowns and Austin Joyner ran for two scores as the Tomahawks piled up 42 points in the first half in a Wesco 3A North win over Everett. Marysville Pilchuck has now won five games in a row and will play Oak Harbor next week for the North division title. Everett's Garret Wise had a 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
At Everett Memorial Stadium
Marysville Pilchuck 28 14 7 0 -- 49
Everett 7 0 0 7 -- 14
MP--Austin Joyner 41 run (Ryan Spiva kick)
MP--Joey Navarro 18 pass from Jake Luton (Spiva kick)
MP--Cameron Dockendorf 15 pass from Luton (Spiva kick)
MP--Joyner 36 run (Spiva kick)
E--Garret Wise 90 kickoff return (Bryce Jameson kick)
MP--Luton 27 run (Spiva kick)
MP--Kyle Nobach 53 pass from Luton (Spiva kick)
MP--Kacey Walker 2 run (Spiva kick)
E--Nolan Rogge 2 run (Jameson kick)
Records--Marysville Pilchuck 3-0 league, 6-1 overall. Everett 0-3, 0-7.

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Story tags » Everett High School Marysville Pilchuck High SchoolHigh School Football

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