Kennedy Lancers shut down Mt. Rainier Rams 52-7
Kennedy Catholic’s Lancers shut down the Mt. Rainier Rams 52-7 in local high school football at a home district match at Highline Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022.
This was the Lancers eighth straight win, and their per-game scoring average for the season is 49 points.
The Lancers improved to 8-1 in the 4A North Puget Sound League district.
They next play Kamiak on Friday, Nov. 4.
Lindbergh thumps Foster in punishing decision 41-6
Lindbergh controlled the action to earn an impressive 41-6 win against Foster in local high school football on Friday, Oct. 28.
Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first quarter.
The Eagles’ offense struck in front for a 22-0 lead over the Bulldogs at halftime.
Lindbergh charged to a 35-6 lead heading into the final quarter.
Conditioning showed as the Eagles outscored the Bulldogs 6-0 in the final quarter.
Thomas Jefferson earns solid win over Todd Beamer 27-7
Thomas Jefferson collected a solid win over Todd Beamer in a 27-7 verdict at an away game on Friday, Oct. 28 in local football action.
Neither defense permitted points in the first quarter.
The Raiders’ offense jumped in front for a 14-7 lead over the Titans at halftime.
Thomas Jefferson moved to a 21-7 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The clock was the only thing that stopped the Raiders, who enjoyed the upper hand in a 6-0 final quarter, too.
Halt: Bellevue pushes mute button on Hazen’s offense 59-0
Wrought-iron defense was the order of the day when Bellevue stopped Hazen to the tune of a 59-0 shutout in a local high school football matchup on Friday, Oct. 28.
Bent but not broken: Liberty weathers scare to dispatch Lake Washington 27-24
It wasn’t exactly Lewis & Clark in uncharted territory, but Liberty had to survive its share of thorns while shedding Lake Washington 27-24 for a local high school football victory on Friday, Oct. 28.
Both teams were shutout in the first and second quarters.
Liberty jumped over Lake Washington 20-3 heading to the final quarter.
The Kangaroos narrowed the gap 21-7 in the fourth quarter but it was too little, too late.
Kentridge denies Kentwood’s challenge 27-8
It wasn’t an ESPN highlight, but Kentridge will take its 27-8 victory over Kentwood in local high school football action on Friday, Oct. 28.
Defense ruled the first quarter as Kentridge and Kentwood were both scoreless.
The Chargers opened a small 14-0 gap over the Conquerors at the intermission.
Kentridge thundered to a 27-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter.
The Conquerors narrowed the gap 8-0 in the final quarter but it was too little, too late.
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