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Published: Saturday, October 20, 2012, 12:26 a.m.

Prep football: Stanwood 36, Everett 0

STANWOOD -- Stanwood got its first Wesco 3A North football win and first shutout of the season 36-0 against Everett in sloppy conditions Friday night. Senior running back Brandon Ross had 28 carries for 258 yards and two touchdowns in the game.
Stanwood led 16-0 at the half, and early in the third quarter Ronnie Roth broke off a 90 yard punt return for a touchdown to give the Spartans a little more breathing room.
Brian O'Donnell had five catches for 37 yards and a touchdown and Nick Lewis had three carries for three yards and TD. Quarterback Drew Wright was 9-for-20 with one interception and one TD.
At Stanwood H.S.
Everett 10 6 13 7 -- 36
Stanwood 0 0 0 0 -- 0
S--Brandon Ross 3 run (Collins Cameron kick)
S--Cameron 35 FG
S--Brian O'Donnell 20 pass from Drew Wright (pass failed)
S--Ronnie Roth 90 punt return (Cameron kick)
S--Nick Lewis 3 run (kick failed)
S--Brandon Ross 3 run (Cameron good)
Records--Everett 0-4 league, 0-9 overall. Stanwood 1-3, 3-5.

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