Skyline dominates another league opponent. Total yards in this game were 500 to 111. Skyline should have another easy win next week vs. Garfield before a big showdown with Eastlake.
2. Ferris vs. Mt. Spokane W 30-22
Ferris escapes in a GSL showdown. The Saxons seemed to be off their game, fumbling six times (only losing one). Connor Halliday completed 17 of 31 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns, and he also ran for a score. In the end it was Mt. Spokane's 4 turnovers that stopped them from pulling off a huge upset.
3. Bellevue vs. Mt. Si W 20-7
A pair of first half Peter Nguyen touchdowns provided more than enough points for Bellevue to hold on in this one.
4. Auburn vs. TJ W 66-28
This game was not as close as the score indicates, it was much worse. The game started out 59-0 before Auburn called off the hounds. Jeff Gouveia had three touchdowns for the Trojans. Auburn has Kentridge next Thursday.
5. Olympia vs. Bellarmine Prep W 31-0
Olympia recorded their third straight shutout. They have only allowed 7 points in four games this season. Lincoln is next on the Bear's schedule.
6. Woodinville vs. Roosevelt W 42-13
In what was billed as a showdown between undefeated teams turned into a massacre. Eric Ninomiya had a touchdown catch as well and an interception returned 96 yards. Woodinville continues to impress this season.
7. Issaquah vs. Garfield W 55-14
Kyle Hansen had four touchdowns including an 81 yard kickoff return. Issaquah will have a big test nest week against a tough Eastlake squad. It should be one of the better games next weekend.
8. Lewis and Clark vs. East Valley L 23-3
This was a disappointing loss for LC. Still playing without their starting QB. I thought they could sneak by EV. They need to get healthy and quick in the tough GSL.
9. Ferndale vs. Lynden W 41-6
Ferndale trailed 6-0 to Lynden late in the second half. Then the Golden Eagles put up 41 straight points to run away with it.
10. Lakes vs. Enumclaw W 14-7
Lakes took an early lead only to see Enumclaw test them at the end. The Lancers offense was surprisingly held in check throughout most of the contest.
Jackson 29, Edmonds-Woodway 25
Tony Heard returned to action with 140 yards. But it was Jackson that drove and scored late to take the lead with 56 seconds left. Jackson was without star back Taylor Cox but the play of QB Riley Carr more than made up for it.
Eastlake 55, Redmond 37
This is becoming a very disappointing season for Redmond. Eastlake continues to compete on a weekly basis.
Bothell 49, Lake Washington 0
Bothell continues to climb up the standings after a disappointing first couple games. Posting their second shutout in a row.