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November 9, 2014 at 4:24 PM

Football: Weekend recap

The number of teams left are dwindling and the brackets are filled out. Let’s take a look at the games this past weekend that got us to this point.

– In our Game of the Week, Roosevelt found a way to beat Central Kitsap and advance to the state playoffs for the second time since 1984. The Roughriders used three touchdown runs of 54 or more yards.

РKentwood was unable to solve the Bellarmine Prep defense in a 17-6 loss, as the Lions advance to face No. 2 Camas.

– Skyline’s disappointing season came to an early close with a 34-31 2OT loss to Skyview, as the team from Vancouver gets a shot at Wenatchee this week.

– Beamer will make its first appearance in the state playoffs in school history after beating Kamiak 17-13. Beamer travels to Spokane to face Gonzaga Prep this week.

– Myles Gaskin did things that we’ve become accustomed to him doing — dominate — to lead O’Dea over Kelso 42-0. Gaskin ended with 235 yards on six carries with four touchdowns.

– Oak Harbor took control of the final three quarters to beat Kennedy 34-14 and get to the state tournament for the first time since 2007.

– Peninsula won its ninth straight game by topping Lakeside 47-19, The News Tribune chronicles. Peninsula advances to face Oak Harbor.

– Newport used its running game, per usual, to beat Olympia 34-14, The Olympian reports. The Knights face Lake Stevens next week.

– The Olympian has this report from Mountlake Terrace’s 14-7 win over Capital. It was the first playoff win for the Hawks.

– Columbia River rebounded from a slow start to beat Garfield 44-6, The Columbian reports. The Chieftans will host Roosevelt.

– NW Preps Now has this from Mt. Spokane’s 43-13 win over Kennewick.

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