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High School Sports Blog

The latest news and analysis on high-school sports around the Seattle area

November 12, 2010 at 11:40 PM

Final thoughts on Friday night football

BHS_KW_005925.JPG Photo by Jim Bates / The Seattle Times

Mount Si almost did it again.

One week after the ninth-ranked Wildcats upset Glacier Peak in the preliminary round, 21-20 in overtime, they had the lead and the football with less than two minutes to play.

In its first state playoff game on the school’s home turf, Mount Si (6-5) had the crowd support and the momentum, but Chandler Jenkins got in the way.

Liberty’s senior running back/defensive back returned an interception 30 yards for the game-winning touchdown.

The 20-17 win was another moment in what has been two years of dramatic comebacks for the Patriots.

Last year, Liberty rallied to beat O’Dea in the first round, 38-35. The Patriots trailed by 18 points in the third quarter. Here’s the story.

Then, in the state semifinals, Liberty needed a last-second field goal to beat Lakes, 17-14. Here’s the story.

The Patriots have won so many close games, whenever they fall behind it seems like a matter of when, not if, they will rally.

Friday night was no exception. However, things don’t get any easier in the quarterfinals with a rematch with top-ranked Bellevue.

The Wolverines beat the Patriots, 23-20, a few weeks ago to end the regular season.

Click here for Friday night’s story.

Here is a look at the rest of Friday night’s action, including Bothell’s 49-14 win over Kentwood, which is pictured above.

Bothell 49, Kentwood 14

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Skyline 34, Rogers 7

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Bellevue 58, Timberline 14

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O’Dea 31, Ferndale 10

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Curtis 21, Eastlake 14

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Lakes 49, Meadowdale 21

— Lakes running back Levonte Littlejohn finished with 19 carries for 295 yards and three touchdowns.

King’s 35, Montesano 20

— King’s quarterback Thomas Vincent had 29 carries for 270 yards and four touchdowns. He was also 5 of 7 for 42 yards a touchdown and an interception.

Mark Morris 38, Foster 24

— Foster quarterback Aaron Rodriguez completed 10 of 20 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns. Tuifua Tausinga had six catches for 190 yards and a touchdown.

Interlake 47, Port Angeles 26

— Interlake running back Jordan Todd scored his 21st touchdown in four games, rushing for 214 yards. Quarterback Matt Malos threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns.

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