High-school football: Sealth, Seattle Lutheran win finales

November 5, 2010 7:24 pm
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Two high-school football games tonight – Chief Sealth International High School defeated Lakeside, 21-14; Seattle Lutheran High School is playing Rainier Christian right now, and we’re tweeting live at @wsblive (will update with the score here when it’s over). UPDATE: SLHS won 57-7. After the jump – more details and video from both Friday games:

From WSB co-publisher Patrick Sand:

Friday night’s game between Lutheran and Rainier Christian at West Seattle Stadium saw a little bit of everything, including a trick play that led to RC’s first touchdown of the year and only the third in the school’s history. Mustang sophomore Kyle Clark scored from mid-field on a double-fake running play with only a couple of minutes left in the first half. Despite that, Lutheran went on to win the game 57-7.

Rainier put together a respectable passing game, given quarterback Christian Buck‘s consistency. But the Mustangs had trouble advancing past the 50-yard line. On series after series, they found themselves giving the Saints decent field position.

On the night, Fred Lisko had four touchdowns including a 79-yard punt return. Very early on, the Saints’ quarterback, Trevor Forsell, ran the ball in for a touchdown.

Earlier Friday, Chief Sealth played Lakeside; Sealth took the game 21-14 after a 40-yard pass for a touchdown with about two minutes remaining in the game. Sealth was also the first to score:

Sealth celebrates its fall sports successes with a banquet coming up this Tuesday night.

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