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SLIDESHOW: High School Football - Week 2

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© Deer Park beat nearby Riverside 35-7 in Deer Park on Friday (Photo: SWX) © Deer Park beat nearby Riverside 35-7 in Deer Park on Friday (Photo: SWX)

Shadle Park sophomore Brett Rypien threw for a Greater Spokane League record 454 yards, but the Highlanders somehow figured out how to lose 41-21 to Ferris.

Gonzaga Prep sneaked past University on their home turf.

Deer Park took it to rival Riverside, beating the Rams 35-7.

Colfax keeps on winning. They beat Asotin Friday night 21-8.

It all made for another great night of high school football in the Inland Northwest!

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