Saturday saw Auburn Riverside High, Auburn Mountainview High, and Auburn Thomas Jefferson play their first varsity football games of the season. The three Auburn high schools weren’t the only teams to hit the field Saturday, making for a very active Saturday in the world of high school football around the sound.
Auburn Riverside outlasts Mercer Island 49-35
No quarter was granted as Auburn Riverside blunted Mercer Island’s plans 49-35 at Mercer Island High on September 3. At 4th & 12 in the second, the Ravens kicked a solid 29-yard field goal. Both teams were shut out in the first and third quarters.
The Ravens host Eastlake (Sammamish, WA) to confront the Wolves in a non-league test on Friday, September 10.
Auburn Mountainview dismantles Kentridge in convincing manner 46-14
Auburn Mountainview showered the scoreboard with points to drown Kentridge (Kent, Wa) 46-14 during this non-conference football game. Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren first and third quarters.
Andrew Thompson was on fire, adding to AMHS’ 46-14 win with an impressive 69-yard touchdown run.
The next AMHS game is a conference away game at Kentlake on Friday, September 10 at 7:00p.m.
Auburn Thomas Jefferson baffles Federal Way Todd Beamer 34-0
Gut-tough defense was the order of the day when Auburn Thomas Jefferson stuffed Federal Way Todd Beamer 34-0 to the tune of a shut-out in Friday’s game. Neither squad could muster points in the first and third quarters.
Jefferson varsity hosts Decatur (Federal Way, WA) on Thursday, September 9 at 6:00 p.m. for their next non-conference game.
Other Local Games
Snoqualmie Mt. Si makes Federal Way’s offense disappear 51-0
No need for worry, Snoqualmie Mt. Si’s defense took care of business on Friday, keying a 51-0 shutout of Federal Way in a Saturday’s matchup. Both teams were blanked in the first and third quarters. The Wildcats’ offense took charge to a 37-0 lead over the Eagles at halftime.
Destination, victory: Sammamish Eastside Catholic tops Burien Kennedy Catholic 23-8
Sammamish Eastside Catholic dominated from start to finish in a resounding 23-8 win over Burien Kennedy Catholic in their matchup on September 3. Both teams were blanked in the third quarter. Sammamish Eastside Catholic’s offense moved to a 16-8 lead over Burien Kennedy Catholic at the intermission.
The first quarter gave Sammamish Eastside Catholic a 16-0 lead over Burien Kennedy Catholic.
Complete command: Covington Tahoma thwarts all counters to defeat Bonney Lake 56-12
Impressive was a ready adjective for Covington Tahoma’s 56-12 throttling of Bonney Lake in Saturday’s game. Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first and third quarters, with no one scoring.
Renton Liberty explodes on Issaquah 48-6
Renton Liberty’s powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Issaquah 48-6 on September 3. Neither squad could muster points in the first and third quarters.
Score no more: Tacoma Silas’ defense breaks Des Moines Mt. Rainier 14-0
Tacoma Silas’ defense throttled Des Moines Mt. Rainier, resulting in a shutout win 14-0 during this football game. The scoreboard saw crickets in the first and third quarters with neither team scoring. Tacoma Silas fought to a 7-0 halftime margin at Des Moines Mt. Rainier’s expense.
Vancouver Mountain View staggers Kentlake with punishing performance 46-2
Vancouver Mountain View painted a masterpiece of offensive football all over the canvas of Kentlake’s defense for a 46-2 win in this matchup. The Thunder remained on top of the Falcons through a scoreless third quarter. The Thunder’s offense thundered to a 19-2 lead over the Falcons at halftime. The first quarter gave Vancouver Mountain View a 6-0 lead over Kentlake.
Burien Highline smashes through Kent-Meridian 50-7
Burien Highline handled Kent-Meridian 50-7 in an impressive showing for their first victory of the season on September 3. Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first and third quarters. Burien Highline fought to a 24-7 intermission margin at Kent-Meridian’s expense.
Blank check: Graham-Kapowsin writes off Puyallup Rogers 48-0
A suffocating defensive performance helped Graham-Kapowsin blank Puyallup Rogers 48-0 an intense game Saturday. Both teams were shut out in the first and third quarters.
Tumwater overwhelms Enumclaw 56-6
Tumwater dominated the first half and coasted to a convincing 56-6 victory over Enumclaw in high school football on September 3. The Thunderbirds’ command showed as they carried a 49-6 lead into the fourth quarter.
Tumwater’s offense took charge to a 35-6 lead over Enumclaw at halftime. Tumwater opened with a 7-6 advantage over Enumclaw through the first quarter.
No pain, no gain; Olympia Capital overcomes Buckley White River 37-20
Olympia Capital collected a 37-20 victory over Buckley White River in high school football action on September 3. Defense ruled the first and third quarters as the Cougars and the Hornets were both scoreless.
Score no more: Sammamish Eastlake’s defense breaks Covington Kentwood 53-0
A suffocating defensive performance helped Sammamish Eastlake blank Covington Kentwood 53-0 in Sunday high school football action September 4. Sammamish Eastlake authored an impenetrable defensive effort to blank Covington Kentwood in the first and fourth quarters.
The Wolves broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 53-0 lead over the Conquerors.
Puyallup turns out the lights on Sammamish Skyline 44-17
Puyallup’s powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Sammamish Skyline 44-17 on September 4. Both offenses were stymied without points on either side in the first and third quarters.
Complete command: La Center thwarts all counters to defeat Puyallup Cascade Christian 42-10
La Center controlled the action to earn a strong 42-10 win against Puyallup Cascade Christian on September 4 in high school football action. Neither defense permitted points in the first and third quarters, leaving the score 0-0 at first quarter.
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