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Two Losses and a Win for Auburn Schools in Weekend Football

The Trojans and the Knights didn’t fare well this weekend, each losing their battle on the field. The Raiders ensured there wasn’t a shutout for Auburn teams with a strong victory in their fight.

Auburn Football:

Shaken, not stirred, Auburn Thomas Jefferson cracks Federal Way Decatur 31-6

Auburn Thomas Jefferson offered a menacingly balanced approach while handling Federal Way Decatur with an all-around effort during this 31-6 victory on September 9 in Washington football.

Neither squad could muster points in the first and third quarters.

The Raiders face the Federal Way Eagles Friday, September 17th at 7:00 p.m. at Federal Way.

Tacoma Mt. Tahoma edges Auburn in snug affair 27-20

Tacoma Mt. Tahoma didn’t flinch from the challenge, finally repelling Auburn 27-20 on Saturday night. Both teams’ defense put the offense in a deep slumber in the first and third quarters, with no one scoring.

The Trojans face the ARHS Ravens in an Auburn v. Auburn match-up this Friday, September 17th as a home game for AHS.

Winlock dismantles Auburn Muckleshoot Tribal in convincing manner 63-34

Winlock’s powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Auburn Muckleshoot Tribal 63-34 in Saturday’s game. Both teams were shutout in the first and third quarters.

The Kings next face the Darrington Loggers on September 17th at 7:00 p.m. in a home game.

Around the Sound:

Mercer Island outduels Burien Highline in spellbinding overtime affair 27-21
This thrilling encounter reached overtime before Mercer Island could edge Burien Highline 27-21 in high school football action on September 9.

Neither team could dent the scoreboard in the first and third quarters.

Gig Harbor Peninsula pushes the mute button on Des Moines Mt. Rainier 41-0

Gig Harbor Peninsula’s defense throttled Des Moines Mt. Rainier, resulting in a shutout win 41-0 in a  Thursday football matchup on September 9.

The Sea Hawks’ determination showed as they carried a 28-0 lead into the fourth quarter. The Sea Hawks’ offense moved to a 14-0 lead over the Rams at the intermission. The Sea Hawks drew first blood by forging a 7-0 margin over the Rams after the first quarter.

Sumner darts by Puyallup Rogers in easy victory 49-6

Sumner left no doubt of its superiority in polishing off Puyallup Rogers 49-6 in their September 9 game.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first and third quarters, with no one scoring. Sumner registered a 21-6 advantage at halftime over Puyallup Rogers.

Enumclaw overcomes Lakewood Lakes in competitive affair 28-27

A tight-knit tilt turned in Enumclaw’s direction just enough to squeeze past Lakewood Lakes 28-27 during this football game. Neither offense could get untracked in fruitless first and third quarters.

The Lancers constructed a bold start that built a 19-7 gap on the Hornets heading into the locker room.

Puyallup’s convoy passes University Place Curtis 30-20

Puyallup notched a win on the victory belt after defeating University Place Curtis 30-20 on September 10.

Puyallup’s kept the advantage through the final quarter with a 7-6 scoring edge over University Place Curtis. Puyallup broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 23-14 lead over University Place Curtis.

An intermission tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room. Both teams were shutout in the first quarter.

Gig Harbor’s convoy passes Bonney Lake 39-19

Playing with a winning hand, Gig Harbor trumped Bonney Lake 39-19 in their matchup. Neither offense could get untracked in a fruitless third quarter.

Gig Harbor’s offense jumped to a 20-6 lead over Bonney Lake at halftime. The Tides jumped in front of the Panthers 13-6 to begin the second quarter.

Defensive dominance: Renton Hazen stymies Renton 28-0

Renton Hazen unveiled a blanketing defense and threw it all over Renton in a 28-0 shutout.

Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren first and third quarters.

Puyallup Emerald Ridge manhandles Edmonds Woodway 43-22

Puyallup Emerald Ridge’s overpowering offense lit up the scoreboard to topple Edmonds Woodway 43-22 in their September 10 matchup.

Defense muted both offenses in scoreless first and third quarters. The Jaguars’ offense pulled ahead to a 36-0 lead over the Warriors at the intermission.

Montesano baffles Puyallup Cascade Christian 43-0

It was a quiet night for the scoreboard operators on one side, where the digit never moved off 0 in Montesano’s 43-0 beating of Puyallup Cascade Christian on September 11.

Both offenses seemed to run out of gas with neither able to generate points in the first and fourth quarters. Montesano’s offense took charge to a 43-0 lead over Puyallup Cascade Christian at halftime.

Buckley White River finds small margin for win in tilt with Shelton 21-14

Buckley White River edged Shelton in a close 21-14 encounter in a this high school football matchup.

Defense ruled the first and third quarters as Buckley White River and Shelton were both scoreless.

Lacey Timberline triumphs in strong showing over Kent-Meridian 57-6

Lacey Timberline’s powerful offense roared to a resounding victory by pulling away from Kent-Meridian 57-6 in high school football action on September 10.

Defense muted both offenses in scoreless first and third quarters. The Blazers’ offense pulled ahead to a 51-0 lead over the Royals at halftime.

Everett Archbishop Murphy outlasts Fife 27-17

Everett Archbishop Murphy trucked Fife on the road to a 27-17 victory during this football game. The Wildcats’ kept the advantage through the fourth quarter with a 13-0 scoring edge over the Trojans.

The Trojans took the lead 17-14 to start the fourth quarter. The Wildcats kept a 7-3 intermission margin at the Trojans’ expense.

Everett Archbishop Murphy opened with a 7-0 advantage over Fife through the first quarter.

Vice-grip defense fuels Seattle O’Dea’s win over Burien Kennedy Catholic 49-0

Seattle O’Dea corralled Burien Kennedy Catholic’s offense and never let go to fuel a 49-0 victory in high school football on September 10.

Defense ruled the first and third quarters as the Fighting Irish and the Lancers were both scoreless.

Renton Liberty tackles Kentlake 41-14

Renton Liberty showered the scoreboard with points to drown Kentlake 41-14 in their September 10 high school football matchup.

Defense put both offenses in a deep slumber in the first and third quarters, with no one scoring.


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