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Fever beat Raptors for third time, 54-33, move to 7-0

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KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever beat the Everett Raptors, 54-33 Friday night. Tri-Cities continues its perfect start, moving to 7-0. Houston Lillard threw five touchdowns and one interception. Steven Whitehead caught three of those touchdown passes to go along with a touchdown run. Dennis Kennedy rushed for 52 yards and two touchdowns.

It was the third time this season the Fever beat the Raptors. They meet once more in Everett on May 4.

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