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The Rangers’ Raequan Watkins scored five touchdowns (42, 30, 38, 60 and 29 yards respectively) to help lead the Renton to a big win over SWAC. The Ranger’s Jaliel Anderson scored a touchdown and an extra point, while teammate Kyree Davis converted two extra point attempts of his own.
Beacon Hill Cowboys 2, Rainier Eagles 0
This game was a forfeit by the Eagles but both teams took the field in an all-out scrimmage. The Cowboys, led by Reggie “Jet Smoke” Witherspoon, III, looked good as they appear to have one of the most talented teams in the league. The Lil’ Eagles played very well and with a full team they definitely could make some noise.
Kent Cobras 18, Pac Highway Chargers 12
Renton Rangers 39, SWAC 7
Vaughn Weems got the Rangers on the score board early as he scored a 60-yard touchdown. Kevin Davis, Jr., Tremaine (Devon) Guidry Jr., Joshua Conerly Jr., Tyler Taylor and Warren Fontenette IV all scored touchdowns for the Rangers. Treasure Jordan converted two extra point attempts for the Rangers, while teammates Caron Rossman and Fontenette also converted extra points for Renton.
Pac High Chargers 13, Kent Cobras 6 (suspended)
This game was called due to lightning with 4:27 left in the 2nd quarter. The game will resume on Wednesday, September 18 at Kent’s practice field.
Beacon Hill Cowboys 20, Rainier Eagles 7
Beacon Hill Cowboys 50, Rainier Eagles 6
The Cowboys are fast, physical and exciting to watch as they continue to look impressive in every aspect of the game. Several Cowboys made their way to the endzone, as the relentless and stingy Beacon Hill defense continues to make it difficult for opponents to get in rhythm. The Boyz from the Hill called Beacon have outscored their opponents 118 to 12 so far this season.
SWAC 32, Renton Rangers 0
Pac Highway Chargers 32, Kent Cobras 0
Rainier Eagles 27, Beacon Hill Cowboys 20
The Eagles jumped out to t 20-0 lead, and had to hold off a second half rally by the Cowboys to run off the field with a 27-20 win. The Cowboys, who played without six starters, got three second half touchdowns from Anthony Stills – who sat out the first half of the game due to a technicality.
“As the coach, I know my boys played for a whole four quarters,” said Beacon Hill head coach Darryl Gant. “If we had just three more minutes you never know what may have happened because they could not stop us.”
“I’m proud of my boys because they kept their heads up and I’m proud to be their coach,” added Gant.
SWAC 54, Brave Pride 0
Pac Highway Chargers 21, Kent Cobras 15