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October 5, 2013 at 1:34 PM

Friday night highlights

Friday (and Thursday) night highlights

As usual, here are some highlights from the high school football games Friday night. There are also a few from Thursday night games at the bottom.

In Federal Way’s 49-25 win over Puyallup:

-Chico McClatcher wanted a touchdown any way he could get one: he had a 63-yard reception, an 83-yard kickoff return and a 56-yard run.

-Keenan Curran threw for a 63-yard touchdown pass, a 75-yard touchdown pass, ran for a 10-yard touchdown, and had a 45-yard touchdown.

In Mercer Island’s 44-7 win over Interlake:

-Alfonso Gonzalez had three passing touchdowns and three rushing touchdowns.

In Marysville-Pilchuck’s 43-13 win over Marysville-Getchell:

-Austin Joyner rushed for 188 yards on 13 carries and five touchdowns. He got his first three touchdowns in the first half, and his last two in the third quarter.

In Lakeside’s 56-26 win over Evergreen:

-Adam Hinthorne went 21-34 for 378 yards passing. He also had five touchdowns, including an 81-yard touchdown run. He did all this in 2.5 quarters.

Friday night results highlights

Bellevue 38, Juanita 14

Mount Si 52, Sammamish 13

Bothell 49, Redmond 14

Nathan Hale 22, Cleveland 20

Eastside Catholic 40, Seattle Prep 7

O’Dea 49, Ingraham 6

Timberline 26, Lincoln 20

Richland 56, Kamiakin 49 (4OT)

Gonzaga Prep 21, Mead 9

Ferris 50, North Central 14

Thursday night highlights

In Skyline’s 41-7 win over Garfield:

-Kilton Anderson had two rushing and two passing touchdowns.

-Cole Blackburn had two touchdowns, and Chandler Wong had two touchdowns.

In Graham-Kapowsin’s 59-26 win over Rogers:

-Shannon Edwards and Teague James both had three touchdowns each.

In Renton’s 45-8 win over Highline:

-Ernie Davis rushed for 252 yards on 13 carries and three touchdowns. He rushed for 203 yards in the first half.

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