SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The Sedro-Woolley High School football team had its best game of the season Friday, beating Mount Vernon 35-14.

The Cubs got a spark from Carsten Reynolds, a freshman who rushed for 127 yards, passed for 52 and scored three touchdowns.

"To ask a freshman to come in and play quarterback, lead your team, and run your offense in Week 3 of his high school football career is a tough task. He handled the situation with a great attitude, great effort, and was extremely fun to watch," Sedro-Woolley coach Johnny Lee said.

Reynolds had two rushing touchdowns and returned a kickoff for an 88-yard touchdown.

The Cubs (1-2) also had two rushing touchdowns from Connor Davis, who rushed for 71 yards and caught two passes for 18 yards.

"Offensively, I felt we were much more explosive," said Lee. "We ran the ball well, got the ball into the hands of a lot of different people, and for the first time this season, we finished drives."

Defensively, Sedro-Woolley was strong, holding Mount Vernon to 97 passing yards and 54 rushing yards.

Mount Vernon's two touchdowns came from Cole Williams and Cads Pineda.

While Williams scored a rushing touchdown, Pineda had a 71-yard punt return for a score.

Williams passed for 80 yards and rushed for 13.

Mount Vernon is 0-3.

Burlington-Edison Tigers 21

Oak Harbor Wildcats 14

BURLINGTON — The Tigers scored two second-half touchdowns to get past the Wildcats.

Burlington-Edison quarterback Zach Watson had a hand in all three touchdowns. He rushed for one score and threw for two — both to receiver Bode Brewer.

"I loved to see our resiliency tonight," Burlington-Edison coach Andy Olson said. "Oak Harbor really challenged us and put us in a hole early by going up 14-0. Our kids stayed together, trusted their keys, and played for each other. I couldn't be more proud of these guys."

Watson finished the game with 124 passing yards and 116 rushing yards.

Brewer caught five passes for 60 yards, while Dane Hansen had three catches for 39.

Burlington Edison is 2-1 and a winner of two straight.

Nooksack Valley Pioneers 24

Anacortes Seahawks 21

ANACORTES — The Pioneers kicked a field goal in overtime to beat the Seahawks.

Anacortes trailed 21-14 in the fourth quarter when quarterback Joseph Cutter teamed up with receiver Hayden John on an 18-yard touchdown pass to tie the game.

Nooksack Valley then got a 32-yard field goal in overtime to win.

Cutter and John teamed up twice on touchdown passes. The other went for 40 yards in the third quarter to tie the game at 14.

Cutter passed for 182 yards and rushed for 64 yards on 17 carries. He accounted for the Seahawks' other touchdown on a 9-yard first-quarter run.

Anacortes is 1-2.

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