Woodinville broke open a close game at halftime en route to a 45-20 victory over Puyallup on Friday night, ending the Vikings’ season.
Nursing a 17-13 halftime lead, the host Falcons (10-0) outscored Puyallup 21-0 in the third quarter to take a commanding lead.
Quarterback Nathaniel Holcomb added to his school-record touchdown total after connecting with Tallon Yerbury on a 7-yard strike in the first quarter. Yerbury also scored on a 10-yard fumble return.
Holcomb’s record season ends with 247-for-434 passing with 3,650 yards and 42 touchdowns over a 10-game season.
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Honore Thomas added a 28-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter for Puyallup, which ended the season 5-5.
Sumner 47, Glacier Peak 14
Sumner junior Tre Weed checked off nearly every statistical category as he helped the Spartans rout Glacier Peak, 47-14, Friday night in a 4A district playoff game at Sunset Chev Stadium.
Weed finished with 369 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns in Sumner’s win. The Spartans will play Monroe, which defeated Auburn Riverside, 48-28, this week.
“He can do anything,” Sumner quarterback Luke Ross said. “Tre Weed is for real.”
The win gives Sumner its first trip to the 4A state playoffs since it lost to Newport of Bellevue in 1994.
The Spartans’ star back jetted down the sideline for a 78-yard catch and run for a score, putting Sumner up 10-7 after the first quarter.
Weed had 197 rushing yards on the night.
“My father always told me ‘Big time players make big time plays,’ ” Weed said.
Sumner closed out the half leading 24-7 after Ross hooked up with Tyson Rainwater (4 receptions for 96 yards) for a 50-yard score.
Girls soccer roundup
Bellarmine 2, Puyallup 1
The Lions got a last-second goal from Lindsay Rudd to knock off Puyallup and pick up the No. 1 seed out of the West Central/Southwest Bi-District tournament. Puyallup (14-2-2) will be the No. 4 seed out of districts.
Sumner 4, Kennedy Catholic 0
The Spartans picked up the No. 6 seed behind three goals in the second half, handing the Lancers the No. 8 seed in the process.
Cascade Christian 2, Klahowya 1
The Cougars’ undefeated season continued as Cascade Christian (16-0-1) claimed the WCD 3 title and the No. 1 seed with Saturday’s win over Klahowya (12-2-2).
Peninsula 6, Bonney Lake 5
In a back-and-forth game, the Seahawks were able to outlast the Panthers in a shootout, ending Bonney Lake’s season at 12-2-3.