Michael Workman caught six passes for 101 yards with two scores and Mead downed Ferris 21-13 at Joe Albi on Friday in a Greater Spokane League game.
Ryan Blair threw for 203 yards and two touchdowns for the Panthers.
Newport 34, Deer Park 0: Tiegen Prange threw for 178 yards with two touchdowns and the Grizzlies (1-0) defeated the visiting Stags (0-1).
Riverside 34, Freeman 14: Michael Zanoni and Sammy DesRoches combined for 25 carries, 225 yards and four touchdowns and the Rams (2-1) defeated the visiting Scotties (0-3).
Lakeside (WA) 21, Medical Lake 7: Kasen Hunskaer had 14 carries for 114 rushing yards and two touchdowns and the Eagles (1-0) defeated the visiting Cardinals (0-1).
Wilbur-Creston 38, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36: Aaron McDowell ran for three scores on 175 total yards and the visiting Wildcats (1-0) overcame the Broncos (0-1).
Colfax 54, Davenport 26: Cameron Hiatt ran for 127 yards with two touchdowns on the ground and another through the air and the Bulldogs defeated the Gorillas.
Alex Plasensia ran for 234 yards with a touchdown for Davenport.
Reardan 54, Kettle Falls 0: Zane Perleberg threw for 96 yards with three touchdowns and the visiting Indians defeated the Bulldogs.
Tekoa-Rosalia 50, Republic 8: Riley McLain notched three scores on 325 scrimmage yards and the Timberwolves (2-0) rolled past the visiting Tigers (0-1).
Odessa 83, Werville-Mansfield 0: Marcus king scored four touchdowns and the visiting Tigers (1-0) shutout the Shockers (0-2).
Cusick 30, Selkirk 24.
Bridgeport 59, Wellpinit 28.
Garfield-Palouse 75, St. John-Endicott 8: Caden Sanderson rushed for 92 yards with four touchdowns and the visiting Vikings (4-0) defeated the Eagles (0-3).
Colton 62, Pomeroy 30.
Mt. Spokane 56, Sandpoint 6: Kannon Katzer ran for 83 yards with three touchdowns and the Wildcats defeated the Bulldogs at Joe Albi.
Cheney 42, Shadle Park 40: Luke Martin caught five passes for 164 yards with five touchdowns and the Blackhawks defeated the visiting Highlanders at Roos Field in Cheney.
Cole Williams intercepted Carson Doyle’s pass to end the game
Springdale 74, Northport 28: Cory Hubert had 168 rushing yards with four touchdowns and the Chargers (2-1) defeated the visiting Mustangs (0-2).
North Central 17, East Valley 7: Kade Garvey ran for 174 yards with two touchdowns and the visiting Indians beat the Knights.
Pullman 48, Moscow 7: Konner Kinkade threw for 364 yards with four touchdowns and the Greyhounds beat the visiting Bears. James Pitzer had seven receptions for 175 yards and three touchdowns.
Timberlake 36, Rogers 22: Joey Follini ran for a score and threw a touchdown and the Tigers defeated the visiting Pirates.
West Valley 42, Othello 24: Matthew Allen complied 243 total yards, threw for three scores and added one on the ground and the visiting Eagles downed the Huskies.
Colville 49, Chewelah 14: Grant Michaliszyn scored four times on 75 total yards and the Indians coasted past the visiting Cougars. Jacob Larson added 105 yards and two scores for the Colville.
Liberty 27, Irrigon 0: Justin King caught ten passes for 137 yards with two touchdowns and the Lancers defeated the visiting Knights.
Austen Hubbard added 129 yards on the ground with two touchdowns for Liberty.
White Star League
St. Maries 25, Priest River 12: Kaden Hammond threw for 121 yards with two touchdowns and the visiting Lumberjacks defeated the Spartans.
Bonners Ferry 33, Thompson Falls 12: Donovan Varelman rushed for 136 yards and scored two touchdowns and the Badgers (1-3) defeated the visiting Blue Hawks (0-4).
Clark Fork 50, Mullan 24.
Orofino 26, Nampa Christian 14: Marc Taitano opened the scoring with a 51-yard touchdown run and the visiting Maniacs defeated the Trojans.
Grangeville 40, McCall-Donnelly 22: Booker Bush had two touchdown receptions and the visiting Bulldogs defeated the Vandals.
Lakeside (ID) 47, Timberline 34.
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