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October 31, 2008 at 11:38 AM

Friday morning stars

1. Carey Parker, Seattle Prep, girls cross-country. Parker won the Sea-King 3A District meet with a time of 18:42, 10 seconds ahead of the competition. Seattle Prep classmate Drew O’Donoghue won the boys race.

2. Kasen Williams, Skyline, football. Just an incredible night for Skyline’s sophomore. He was really a game-saver. He had catches of 48 and 41 yards. He had a 33-yard touchdown where he saw Jake Heaps scrambling, so he bolted for the end zone. And then he had two catches for 33 yards on the final drive: a 17-yarder where he pulled three guys with him for about 9 yards, and then the 16-yard winning TD on a falling-down catch (great picture by our photo dept). It all added up to this: nine catches, 182 yards, two TDs.

3. David Valentine, Lindbergh, football. In a 54-22 win against Evergreen, Valentine had 185 yards and three touchdowns on just eight carries. His QB, Jake Allie, had a pretty good night, too: 253 yards and three TDs.

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