West Seattle 34, Bellingham 6
The Wildcats improved to 2-0 as they racked up over 200 yards rushing against the Bayhawks.
West Seattle ended the game with a total of five touchdowns (3 rushing, 2 receiving), as their defense kept Bellingham off balance all night. The Bayhawks lone touchdown came late in the game against West Seattle’s reserves.
The Wildcats now turn their attention to their West Seattle rivals, Chief Sealth, as the two teams lock horns in the annual Huling Bowl.
West Seattle Head Football Coach Jeff Scott is looking to his team’s matchup next week and says “It’s going down next week with the Huling Bowl.”
Lincoln 28, Stadium 6
Lincoln scored a touchdown in each quarter as they posted a big 28-6 victory over Stadium.
Ballard 3, Roosevelt 28
Trailing 28-13 in the third quarter, Ballard rallied to take a 29-28 lead with four minutes left in the third quarter and never looked back as they posted an impressive 38-28 come from behind victory over the Roughriders.
Roosevelt took at 22-13 lead in to the half. However, two long touchdown passes from Ballard quarterback Jalen Edwards to receiver Joe Farley kept the Beavers in the game.
O’Dea 49, Kennedy 0
The top-ranked Fighting Irish posted an impressive shutout victory over the Lancers.
Valor Christian (CO) 41, Eastside Catholic 0
Valor Christian quarterback Colton Allen completed 12 of 21 passed for 167 yards and three touchdowns, as the visiting Eagles held a 34-0 half time lead, in route to a 41-0 shutout victory over the Crusaders.
Clover Park 13, Chief Sealth 7
Clover Park posted a 13-0 halftime lead and held on for big win over Chief Sealth.
Seattle Prep 56, Blanchet 27
Seattle Prep’s Braeden Smith threw for three touchdowns and rushed for two more as the Panthers defeated Blanchet 56-27.
Ingraham 34, Cedar Park Christian 7
North Kitsap 62, Lakeside 0
Nathan Hale 35, Interlake 12