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2015 

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 6  |  Seattle Memorial Stadium, Seattle
GAME 1
Cascade Christian's Late Surge Tops Sehome

The Cascade Christian Cougars proved too much for the Sehome Mariners, capturing a 28-13 victory in the first game of the 2015 Emerald City Kickoff Classic.

The Mariners (0-1) scored first after quarterback Gavin Kaepernick completed a 12 yard pass to Taylor Rapp in the sixth minute. The Cougars (1-0) took the lead, 7-6, with 0:36 seconds left in the quarter on a 15yard Jake Nielsen pass to Tanner Carle.

In a back-and-forth second quarter, Sehome take the lead in the final seconds of the half when Rapp found Warren Zinns for an 18-yard touchdown to give the Mariners a 13-7 lead at the half.

Cascade Christian answered in the third quarter with a seven-play drive for 43 yards, culminating in a touchdown by Madden Tobeck to put the Cougars up 14-13 with 2:06 left to play.

The Cougars found their rhythm in the fourth quarter, putting up 14 unanswered points. Cascade Christian quarterback Josh Seaton found Austin Carder on a 30 yard pass to extend the Cougar’s lead, 21-13. The Cougar’s final scoring drive came off of 9 plays for 59 yards, with the final rush by Kyle Milton to seal the victory, 28-13.

Rapp, a 2016 University of Washington commit, led Sehome in passing (50 yard) and receptions (three). Rapp had one receiving touchdown and also threw for one touchdown.

For Cascade Christian, Carder led the team in receptions with 6 and quarterback Josh Seaton threw for 121 yards. The Cougars finished with 251 yards of total offense to Sehome’s 215 yards.

GAME 2
Olympia Routs Ferris

In the second game of the 2015 Emerald City Kickoff Classic, the Olympia Bears cruised to a 42-0 victory over the Ferris Saxons Saturday evening at Husky Stadium.

Olympia featured a strong rushing attack led by junior Scott Gunther. Behind Gunther, the Bears were able to progressively move the ball and take time off the clock. Gunther accounted for 94 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. Olympia as a whole finished with six touchdowns and 220 yards on the ground.
Olympia started the game with a nine-play drive before quarterback Jack Bell plunged into the end zone. Bell would finish with a very efficient 9-for-12 and 104 yards through the air and two rushing touchdowns.

The Bears continued their dominance throughout the first half and raced out to a 35-0 halftime lead.
Ferris struggled to get anything going against a tough Bears defense and finished with zero yards on 13 carries. The Saxons managed four first downs and 51 yards throughout the course of the game.

Ferris’ quarterback Logan Bunker ended 9-for-22 and an interception for 51 yards.

Olympia depended on their ability to convert on third down. The Bears started 9-for-9 on third downs before finishing the game 10-for-12. This ability allowed Olympia to score on each of their five possessions in the first half.
GAME 3
Mountain View Runs Past Auburn

The Mountain View Mighty Thunder prevailed against the Auburn Trojans, 32-21, amidst stormy weather in the third game of the Emerald City Kickoff Classic Saturday night at Husky Stadium.

Auburn claimed the first touchdown of the game when Kev Clay ran it in from 10 yards out early in the first quarter.

A two hour and twenty minute thunder and lightning delay with 10 minutes left in the 2nd quarter did not slow either team down.

When play resumed, Mountain View jump-started their offense immediately with a 58-yard drive to score, followed by a 2-point conversion to go up 8-7. Auburn retaliated with an 80 yard kickoff return by Malik Williams putting the Trojans up, 14-8. Auburn scored again making it 21-8 with 5:18 left in the quarter. Mountain View struck back with an 80-yard kickoff return by Preston Jones which made the score to 21-15. The Mighty Thunder hit a field goal to end the first half with Auburn ahead 21-18.

Mountain View took the lead, 25-21, late in the third quarter as Troy Pacheco caught a 26-yard pass from Colin Biggs. The Mighty Thunder tacked on another touchdown at the end of the fourth quarter to seal the victory.

Mountain View had a strong running game with 276 total rushing yards led by senior Preston Jones who accounted for 120 yards and senior Taj Albeck with 106 yards.

GAME 4
Bellarmine Prep Shuts Out Bonney Lake

Bellarmine Prep’s defense was at their best as it led the Lions to a 31-0 victory over Bonney Lake. The defense stifled Bonney Lake at every opportunity, holding them to only 5 first downs.

 

Both teams had a slow start to the season and couldn’t put points on the board in the first quarter. Bellarmine Prep would quickly change that on their first play of the second quarter. Senior Running Back Chandler Smith plunged into the end zone to get the ball rolling for the Lions. Bellarmine Prep would never look back.


Ahmad Lewis carried the Lions’ offense as he racked up 165 yards on the ground. He continuously marched Bellarmine Prep down the field as the Lions started to find their rhythm.


The Lions also found success throwing the ball to Blake Wilcoxen. He finished the game with 5 receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown.


Bonney Lake was constantly looking for the big play that would change the game. Panthers’ Quarterback Dane Wagner connected on two deep passes that accounted for 69 of their 140 yards.


Bellarmine Prep ended the game with 405 yards of total offense and 23 first downs on the way to their first victory of the season.
2014  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 6  |  Seattle Memorial Stadium, Seattle

GAME 1
Darrington Runs Through Bridgeport, 35-7

Game one of the ECKC featured a 2B matchup with the Darrington Loggers cruising to a 35-7 victory over the Bridgeport Mustangs.

In the first half, the Loggers relied on big plays from their defense to jump out to an early 21-7 lead. Leading 7-0, Darrington’s Austin Edwards intercepted a pass from Bridgeport quarterback Bailey Evenson and after a long return set the Loggers up for an easy three yard touchdown from fullback Lane Monteith. 
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The Darrington defensive unit was not done as they forced a fumble and  on the ensuing Bridgeport possession. The Loggers scored their third touchdown on another Lane Monteith touchdown, shortly after.

The Bridgeport offense responded in the closing minutes of the half with a Jonathan Oregon 44-yard run. The long run set-up a Mustang touchdown by Victor Macedo just under two minutes in the second quarter.

In the second half, Darrington scored 14 unanswered points on two touchdown runs from quarterback Trent Green to seal the Mustangs’ fate. Darrington was able to convert on all five of their opportunities inside the red zone as they out-gained the Mustangs 344-156.

Running back Colton Anderson led the the Loggers with 93 yards rushing on 12 carries, while quarterback Trent Green was 8-for-12 with 100 yards passing. The Loggers return to action at home against the La Conner Braves, Friday, Sept. 6 at 7:00 p.m.

Oregon finished with a game-best 94 yards on the ground, while Joshua Villegas had five carries for 44 yards. The Mustangs next game is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 12 on the road against Soap Lake at 7:00 p.m.

GAME 2
Mt. Spokane Shutouts West Valley (Yakima), 24-0

The second game of the Emerald City Kickoff Classic saw a Mt. Spokane Wildcats team easily handle the West Valley Rams, 24-0 at Seattle Memorial Stadium.

Mt. Spokane’s wide receiver Dakota Hipes had a huge day for the Wildcats as he recorded two touchdowns. He pulled in a 23-yard pass from quarterback Matt Pulliam to break the scoreless tie in the first and ran in a 35-yard touchdown to seal the Wildcat’s victory. He also had one of the three interceptions for Mt. Spokane.  More

The biggest play of the first half for the Rams came on special teams when West Valley was able to turn a blocked field goal into a big play, returning it nearly 60 yards to the Mt. Spokane 33 yard line. However, the Mt. Spokane defense was able to bounce back to keep the shutout intact.

West Valley was only able to muster one first down before halftime, and was limited to only 23 yards of total offense, while Mt. Spokane churned out 228 yards on 45 plays. West Valley finished with only five first downs and was held to 84 yards of total offense. Mt. Spokane quarterback Matt Pulliam ended the day 14-24 for 176 yards and a touchdown, while the Rams quarterback Luke Atterberry went 6-for-19 for 71 yards and three interceptions.

Mt. Spokane returns to action, Friday, Sept. 12 on the road against Eastmont, while the Rams will host its home opener against the Falcons at 7:00 p.m., also on Friday.

GAME 3
Prosser Thumps Emerald Ridge, 62-20


In the third game of the 2014 Emerald City Kickoff Classic, presented by the Washington Army National Guard, the Prosser Mustangs cruised to a 62-20 victory over the Emerald Ridge Jaguars Saturday evening at Seattle Memorial Stadium.  More

The Jaguars broke the scoreless tie with a deep pass from Griffin Meyers to wide receiver Wainwright Clarke for a 75-yard touchdown midway through the first quarter. The lead stood until the end of the first quarter when the Mustangs responded with a JJ Martin 15-yard touchdown pass from Cardell Jones to even the score seven minutes later. The second quarter proved to be all Mustangs as they out-scored the Jaguars 28-7 in the frame.

The Mustangs continued their dominance in the second half outscoring their opponent 27-6.

Leading the way for the Mustangs were quarterback Kason Blair and multi-threat player Cardell Jones. Blair threw three touchdowns for 86 yards, while Cardell Jones added two touchdown catches, and also threw for a touchdown.

The Jaguars' Meyers ended 12-for-28 with three touchdowns and 186 yards. Clarke hauled in a game-best five catches for 120 yards.

The Mustangs finished with 450 yards of total offense, while the Jaguars were held to just 230.

The teams return to the gridiron Friday, Sept. 12 at 7:00 p.m. Prosser travels to East Valley (Yakima), while the Jaguars host Kentwood.

GAME 4
Roosevelt Eases Past Benson (Portland, Ore.), 49-22

The fourth and final game of the 2014 Emerald City Kickoff Classic showcased a Roosevelt Rough Rider offense that was too much for the Benson Techmen in a 49-22 victory Saturday evening at Seattle Memorial Stadium. More

The Rough Riders forced their run game in the first half, as they totaled 154 yards. Running back Jordan Forst scored the first points of the game with a one-yard run in the middle of the first quarter. Late in the second quarter, fellow back, Ryan Gleeson, added another touchdown with an 11-yard run giving the Rough Riders an early 14-0 advantage.

In the second half, Roosevelt picked up where they left off in the first half. The Rough Riders forced a fumble to begin the third quarter and scored just seconds after to increase their lead to 21-0. The two teams went back-and-forth with Benson scoring ending the Techmen drought on a Benjamin Gilmore two-yard rushing touchdown. Minutes after the Benson touchdown, the Rough Riders responded with a 73-yard rushing touchdown by Cameron Safai. Late in the quarter, the Techmen scored again with another Gilmore rush bringing the score to 35-14. The Rough Riders would add two more touchdowns to seal the Benson fate.

The Rough Riders finished with a pair of backs finishing the evening after hitting the century mark in rushing yards. Gleeson had 113 yards, while Frost finished with 103. Roosevelt out-gained the Techmen, 414-61 on the ground.

Benson returns to action, Friday, Sept. 12 on the road against Scappoose, while the Rough Riders will face Ballard at home on Sept. 13 at 3:00 p.m.
 

2013  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 7  |  Husky Stadium, University of Washington, Seattle

GAME 1
Roosevelt Defeats Seattle Prep 7-0 in First Game at ECKC

BOX SCORE

The first game of the Emerald City Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance ended with a 7-0 victory by the Roosevelt Rough Riders over the Seattle Prep Panthers. In the first half, Roosevelt’s defense shut down Seattle Prep’s offense, limiting the Panthers to 46 total yards.  The Rough Riders scored the only touchdown of the game in the second quarter on a Bereket Anshebo rush of 22 yards.  More

Roosevelt was led by Anshebo’s game-high 150 yards rushing.  Fellow running back Starling Tate had nine carries for 46 yards for the Rough Riders as a team finished with 225 total yards.  The Panthers were led by Nathaniel Post’s 135 yards on 13 carries.  Clayton Cmiskie followed with 39 yards on nine carries. Seattle Prep finished with 191 yards of total offense.  Both teams had three red zone chances, but couldn’t capitalize on any of the opportunities.  Each team also threw one interception.  Roosevelt continues its season on Sept. 14 on the road at Kennedy, while Seattle Prep hosts West Seattle on Sept. 13.

GAME 2
Lynden Tops King's, 14-6 at ECKC

BOX SCORE

The Lynden Lions used a 14 point first half advantage to hold off the King’s Knights, 14-6 in the second game of the Emerald City Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance at Husky Stadium, Saturday. In the first half, the Lions used their potent passing game to gain an edge as Lucas Peterson was 9-for-15 for 149 yards and a touchdown.  Wide receiver Jalani Phelps was Peterson’s favorite target as the pair connected four times for 39 yards and a touchdown in the first half. Running back Trent Postma scored the other touchdown on the ground and finished the half with 46 yards on seven carries.  More

The Knights were held to 118 yards of total offense in the first half, but responded in the second half when they racked up 180 yards. Trailing 14-0 for most of the game, the Knights got on the scoreboard late when Corey Kispert connected with Jordan Turner for a 10-yard touchdown with under a minute remaining.  After a failed onside kick, Lynden secured the win.

Peterson finished with 170 yards passing and receiver Scooter Hasting finished with a game-high 84 yards receiving for Lynden.  The Knight’s Koa Wilkins was 13-for-28 with a 131 yards.  Wide receiver Ryan Fransen led all receivers with five catches and tallied 79 yards. King’s and Lynden return to action on Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.  Lynden hosts Anacortes, while King’s plays Port Angeles at home.

GAME 3
Bothell Comes Back to Beat Coeur d'Alene 44-43 at ECKC

BOX SCORE

The Bothell Cougars mounted an impressive second half comeback to stun the Coeur d'Alene Vikings 44-43 in the third game of the 2013 Emerald City Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance.  Down 30-14 at the half, Bothell capped its second half surge with a 39-yard touchdown pass with just under two minutes to play on what would ultimately prove to be the game-winning score.  More

The Cougars made an early statement when junior Sam Mcpherson took the opening kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown.  After that, the first half belonged to the Vikings, who scored the next three touchdowns and three-straight two-point conversions to go up 24-7.  Of the three scores, the Vikings' Chase Blakely caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Gunnar Amos.  Both teams would tack on one more touchdown each before they headed to the locker room for halftime.

Bothell started the second half on the offensive, scoring twice in the third quarter to tie up the game 30-30.  Their momentum was quickly halted as Coeur d'Alene scored once before the end of the quarter, and then again at the start of the fourth quarter on a Drew Berger six-yard run.  Berger finished with 54 yards on eight carries, and two rushing touchdowns.

Down 43-30 with six minutes to play, the Cougars started their comeback by recovering a Coeur d'Alene fumble and driving 88 yards down the field, eventually scoring on a one-yard run by Damani St. Johns.  After a Coeur d'Alene punt, Bothell scored on its first play from scrimmage with the 39-yard touchdown pass from Ross Bowers to Colton Sather to take the lead 44-43.  Bowers finished the game 20-41 for 274 yards and four touchdowns, with Sather on the receiving end of two Bowers touchdown passes.

Bothell put the exclamation on its comeback with an interception and then a fumble recovery, both by McPherson, on Coeur d' Alene's last two posessions.  McPherson finished the game with 73 rushing yards on 13 carries, an 88-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, and two crucial takeaways down the stretch.

Coeur d'Alene plays the Skyline Spartans at 7:00 p.m. on September 13th in its third game of the season, while Bothell will take on the Bellevue Wolverines, also at 7:00 p.m. on the 13th, in a tough week two test.

GAME 4
Bellevue Runs Away from Skyline, 45-7

BOX SCORE

The fourth and final game of the 2013 Emerald City Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance featured the highly anticipated match-up between two-time defending 4A champion Skyline and five-time defending 3A champion Bellevue.  Wolverines running back Budda Baker ran it in from 12 yards out for the first score of the game with 5:34 to play in the first quarter, and Bellevue never looked back.  More

By halftime, Bellevue had built its lead to 35-0 over the Spartans, which included four rushing touchdowns and one 66-yard touchdown pass from Wolverine quarterback Timmy Haehl to Marek Spooner-Leduff.  Bellevue had 287 yards of total offense in the first half, while Skyline was held to 71.

The Wolverines carried their momentum into the second half, tacking on a field goal and another touchdown before Skyline got on the board with a 45-yard touchdown run by Kilton Anderson that made it 45-7 Bellevue.  With the running clock in effect, the fourth quarter quickly came to an end without any more scoring.

Bellevue continues their quest for a sixth straight 3A championship with a week two match-up at home against the Bothell Cougars on Saturday, September 13th at 7:00 p.m.  Skyline looks to bounce back in an away game against the Coeur d'Alene Vikings, also at 7:00 p.m. on September 13th.
2012  READ MORE

Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 1  |  Roos Field, Eastern Washington University, Cheney

GAME 1

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 FINAL
 Tekoa-Oakesdale-Rosalia 8 8 0 6 22
 Reardan 0 0 0 0 0

The first game of the 2012 WIAA Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance started with an impressive 22-0 victory by Tekoa-Oakesdale-Rosalia over Reardan. The Nighthawks were led by the rushing attack of Craig Nelson and Clay Shelton. Nelson rushed for 208 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown, while Shelton added two touchdowns and 74 yards on the ground.  More

TOR took a 16-0 lead into halftime, with Nelson and Shelton each scoring. The biggest play of the half was Nelson’s second quarter 87-yard touchdown run. Nelson had 173 yards rushing at the halfway mark.

The second half was much of the same as the Nighthawk’s defense continued to shutdown Reardan’s running game, holding them to only four total yards in the third quarter. TOR’s offense threatened to add to its lead in the fourth when quarterback Ryan Maley connected on a 22 and 18-yard completions. The Indians stood firm and forced a fumble on the 2-yard line, keeping the score at 16-0. The Nighthawks’ defense answered with a Tyler Hanson interception and returned the ball 19 yards for the Reardan 4-yardline. Shelton converted the turnover into points on the ensuing run to secure the Nighthawk victory.

The TOR defense held Reardan to 81 total yards in the first half and 128 for the game and forced five turnovers. The Indian’s Charlie Eldred led the team in rushing with 55 yards on 19 carries.

GAME 2

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 FINAL
 Colville 0 0 20 0 20
 Freeman 6 6 0 6 18

Colville scored on all three of its possessions in the third quarter and then stopped a Freeman 2-point conversion attempt late in the fourth to hold onto a thrilling 20-18 victory in the second game of the 2012 Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance.  More

The Indians' Omar Khater and Jordan Booth came up with the play of the game in a joint effort to bring down the Scotties’ running back Markus Goldbach on the two-point conversion attempt that would have tied the game with 37 seconds remaining.
 
The Scotties jumped out to a 12-0 lead after scoring on a 25-yard run by Goldbach in the first quarter.  Freeman continued its rally when quarterback Wyatt Smith connected with Kellen Miller for a 36-yard touchdown.
 
Despite entering the second half in a double-digit deficit, Colville responded in the third quarter after capitalizing on Freeman fumble.  The Indians went 17-yards on six plays to end their scoring drought.
 
On the ensuing possession, Colville forced a Freeman punt and scored on a 13-yard touchdown run by Zach Shoemaker. The scoring drive included two fourth-down conversions.
 
Colville then recovered the football on the following kickoff at the Freeman 33-yardline. Colville scored on its third-straight possession when Omar Khater caught a 33-yard touchdown pass from Knight on the first play of the drive. Shoemaker increased the Indian’s lead to eight with a successful run on the two-point conversion.
 
A 25-yard punt return by Max Laib set up Freeman with great field position at the Colville 19-yardline, just under three minutes remaining.  The Scotties were able to score on another Miller touchdown, but could not tie the game.  The onside kick attempt was unsuccessful by Freeman.
 
Colton Vining and Shoemaker led the Indians in rushing with 82 and 81 yards, respectively.  Nick Warhus and Shoemaker scored rushing touchdowns for Colville, while Ben Knight finished with 71 yards passing.
 
The Scotties’ Goldbach had a game-high 83 total yards on 13 carries, while Smith finished with 10 completions for 111 yards.

GAME 3

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 FINAL
 East Valley (Yakima) 0 6 0 6 12
 Cheney 0 3 0 3 6

East Valley (Yakima) won the third game of the Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance in a thrilling, 12-6 contest. The Red Devil’s David Garza was the hero in the contest when he caught Jordan’s West pass and raced down the sideline on a 71-yard touchdown pass to clinch the game with 41 seconds left.  More

East Valley struck first by taking advantage of short punt by Cheney. The Red Devil’s running back Oscar Martinez capped an 18-yard drive with a 2-yard touchdown run.

Cheney answered on the next possession marching 60 yards on 10 plays. Theo Petropoulos split the uprights on a 27-yard field goal attempt to the Blackhawks deficit to 6-3 at intermission. After a scoreless third quarter it was Petropoulos who tied the game at six with just over 10 minutes remaining.  The senior kicker drilled a 46-yard field goal. He finished 2-for-4 on field goals, making the 27 and 46-yarders, while missing a 41-yard attempt and having a 38-yard kick blocked.
 
For the Red Devils, West finished 12 of 25 passing for 158 yards and one touchdown. Sergio Reyna was the leading rusher for East Valley with 44 yards on nine carries, while Zach Janis had 6 receptions for 61 yards.
 
Andrew Graham finished with 251 yards passing on 18 of 39 attempts. Eric Igbinoba was his favorite target with eight catches for 68 yards, while Austin Kautzman led the ground attack for Cheney with 57 yards on 16 carries.

GAME 4

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 FINAL
 Central Valley 0 0 7 0 7
 Ferris 3 14 0 7 24

In the finale of the 2012 WIAA Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance, the Ferris Saxons used a strong offensive performance to eclipse Greater Spokane League rival Central Valley, 24-7.  More

Ferris dominated the first half on both sides of the ball, leading 17-0 at the midway point. The Saxons racked up 237 yards of total offense in the half, while holding the Bears to 38.  The big play of the half was Jalen Hicks’s 82-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Christian Olson. Ferris continued to stretch its lead when it forced a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and converted it into seven points on another Olson pass, this time for five yards to Beau Lockmer.
 
Central Valley responded in the third quarter with a 13 play, 80-yard drive that ended with a 4-yard touchdown run by Brandon McClung to cut the lead to 17-7. Prior to the drive Central Valley had only 39 yards of total offense.   The Saxons answered in the fourth to put the game out of reach with their own 80-yard drive, capped off by an Olson rushing touchdown.
 
The 6’1 junior, Olson, finished with 183 yards in the air with two touchdowns and two interceptions and rushed for a game-best 123 yards.  Leading the way for Central Valley was Brandon McClung who had 12 carries and 73 yards rushing with a touchdown.
2011  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 3  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Hazen 35 vs. Blaine 32
12:00 p.m. Oroville 22 vs. Darrington 7
3:00 p.m. W.F. West 44 vs. North Mason 0
5:30 p.m. Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) 32 vs. Moses Lake 14
8:00 p.m. Seattle Prep 36 vs. Mercer Island 25
2010  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 4  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Life Christian/Seattle Christian 44 vs. Seattle Lutheran 22
12:00 p.m. Cascade Christian 34 vs. Nooksack Valley 21
3:00 p.m. Camas 29 vs. Timberline 15
5:30 p.m. Bellevue 20 vs. Union 6
8:00 p.m. Mission Viejo (California) 49 vs. Bothell 13
2009  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 5  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Archbishop Murphy 34 vs. Lynden 20 F
12:00 p.m. South Kitsap 35 vs. Kennewick 14 F
3:00 p.m. O'Dea 19 vs. Capital 14 F
5:30 p.m. Skyline 17 vs. Jesuit (OR) 0 F
8:00 p.m. Bothell 36 vs. Issaquah 14 F
2008  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 6  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Cascade Christian 46 vs. Fife 7 F
12:00 p.m. Eastside Catholic 16 vs. Eisenhower 8 F
3:00 p.m. Puyallup 20 vs. Bellarmine Prep 19
5:30 p.m. Kentwood 28 vs. Kennedy 14 F
8:00 p.m. Punahou (HI) 42 vs. Central Kitsap 19 F
2007  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 1  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Royal 34 vs. Eatonville 23 F
12:00 p.m. Franklin Pierce 54 vs. Selah 6 F
3:00 p.m. Lakes 28 vs. Gig Harbor 7 F
5:30 p.m. Kentridge 14 vs. Inglemoor 6 F
8:00 p.m. Newport 28 vs. Liberty 0 F
2006  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 2  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Archbishop Murphy 28 vs. Orting 6 F
12:00 p.m. Curtis 42 vs. Columbia River 14 F
3:00 p.m. Auburn 20 vs. Moses Lake 14 (OT) F
5:30 p.m. Prosser 69 vs. Southridge 7 F
8:00 p.m. Punahou (HI) 23 vs. Eastlake 16
2005  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 5  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. White River 20 vs. Wenatchee 8 F
12:00 p.m. Ferris 42 vs. Evergreen 14 F
3:00 p.m. Gonzaga Prep 26 vs. Bellarmine Prep 0 F
5:30 p.m. Mission Viejo (CA) 55 vs. Issaquah 36 F
8:00 p.m. Mercer Island 35 vs. South Kitsap 33
2004  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 4  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Kennedy 47 vs. Tahoma 27 F
12:00 p.m. Camas 27 vs. Mead 14 F
3:00 p.m. Olympia 20 vs. Walla Walla 13 F
5:30 p.m. Ballard 21 vs. Bothell 19 F
8:00 p.m. Bellevue 39 vs. De La Salle (CA) 20 F
2003  READ MORE

Emerald City Kickoff Classic
Presented by Farmers Insurance

Saturday, September 6  |  Qwest Field, Seattle

9:30 a.m. Kamiakin 30 vs. Snohomish 0 F
12:00 p.m. Skyline 23 vs. Woodinville 0 F
3:00 p.m. Capital 20 vs. O'Dea 7 F
5:30 p.m. Tumwater 34 vs. Elma 6 F





 


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