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October 6, 2014 at 8:49 PM

Kitna’s Lincoln team puts up 91 points in rout of Mount Tahoma

Lincoln High School wasn’t the only team to post 90-plus points on Friday night. Long Beach Poly beat Compton, 99-9.

MaxPreps had a story on the wins, where both coaches said they didn’t try to run up the score.

From their post:

“Mount Tahoma coach Ricky Daley told T.J. Cotterill of thenewstribune.com that he and Jon Kitna are good friends and that Lincoln didn’t run up the score.
“I know (Jon) is a good man,” Daley said. “They were trying to get some other guys some work later in the game and we just couldn’t keep them from scoring. … People are going to question (the score), but what are you going to do? Just give us the ball back? … We just have to work on a lot of things.””

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