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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Greater Seattle Youth Football League – Week 7

Peewees

Renton Rangers 38, SWAC 0

The Rangers improved to 7-0, as Jason Brown found his way to paydirt five times in a shutout win over SWAC. Jaliel Anderson and Trenton Taylor both scored extra points for the Rangers, while teammate Kyree Davis scored a touchdown on a quarterback sneak. Jayden Small had a fumble recovery for the Rangers.

Beacon Hill Cowboys 21, Rainier Eagles 6

The Cowboys secured the second seed in the playoffs with a 21-6 win over the Eagles.

Pac Highway Chargers 22, Kent Cobras 0

The Chargers kept their playoff hopes alive with a shutout win over the Cobras.

89ers

Rainier Eagles 20, Beacon Hill Cowboys 19

 The Eagles rallied from a 19-6 deficit to talk away with a big win over the Cowboys. The Eagles Cantrell Thomas’ touchdown with 1:42 left in the game sealed the game for Rainier.  “I’m real proud of my boys, they fought to the end and never gave up,” said Eagle Coach Omari Williams.

Renton Rangers 40, SWAC 0

The Rangers improved to 7-0 with a shutout win over SWAC.

Kent Cobras 31, Pac Highway Chargers 6

The Cobras remained in the playoff hunt with a 31-6 win over the Chargers.

Juniors

SWAC 20, Renton Rangers 0

Donnie McMillan, Jalanie McMillan and Daniel Thomas had great days for SWAC.

Pac Highway 47, Kent Cobras 0

Pac Highway’s Isaiah Puloka had a huge day, as scored on a 70-yard reverse and caught quite a few passes from Jaylen Bogen. With one week left in the regular season, Pac Highway looks to get “Turnt Up” for the playoffs.

Beacon Hill Cowboys 41, Rainier Eagles 0

Beacon Hill’s relentless defense posted a shutout win over the Eagles.

Seniors

Renton Rangers 25, SWAC 6

The Rangers’ Elijah Steele (20, 10) and Royal Dotson-Goode (20, 50) both found their way to paydirt twice as Renton came away with a 25-6 win over SWAC. The Rangers’ Nick Gainier helped set the tone early on defense as he forced a fumble in the first quarter of the game.

Rainier Eagles 49, Brave Pride 6

The Eagles look like there are ready to make a run in the playoffs.  “I think we are just about ready to play for the big trophy,” said Coach Jeff Poke. “My kids worked extra hard last week”

Kent Cobras 47, Pac Highway Chargers 0

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