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GSL Matchups Don't Disappoint

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In the Greater Spokane League, the Mead football showed why they're the favorites to win the league.  The Panthers stomped all over the Lewis and Clark Tigers, beating then 41-7.

After only putting up eight points in the first quarter, Mead found their groove and put on a clinic the rest of the game.  The Panthers churned out 264 yards total offense, 226 on the ground.  Davian Barlow finished with 204 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries.

The offense put plenty of points on the board, but it was the defense that came up big in the game.  Cornerback Darian Barlow had two interceptions.

In the late game at Albi, Rogers and North Central were both looking for their first wins of the season.  The Indians beat the Pirates in a high scoring affair, 47-32.

A closer look at the stats for the game, both teams were relatively even for rushing and passing yards, attempts and completions.  The difference maker was penalties.  Rogers was penalized four times, whereas North Central only once. 

In another GSL showdown, Central Valley hosted Mount Spokane, and the Bears made some league history.  Austin Rehkow kicked in four field goals.  His longest was 56 yards, the fourth longest in GSL history, and gave Central Valley a 20-10 lead at the half.

The Bears pulled out a 33-17 win after falling behind 10-0 early.  Daniel Munoz led the team with two touchdowns and finished with 128 rushing yards on 23 carries.  Central Valley moves to 2-1.  Mount Spokane is now 1-2.

Other Washington Scores:

  • Clearwater Valley 28, Pomeroy 26
  • Liberty Christian 66, Echo 12
  • Asotin 6, Dayton 0
  • Pateros at Waterville
  • Waitsburg-Prescott at Weston-McEwen
  • DeSales 48, Mabton 0
  • Colton 74, Mullan 28
  • Republic 68, Curlew 16
  • Wellpinit 76, Sunnyside Christian 56
  • Mead 41, Lewis and Clark 7
  • Lakeland 38, Cheney 17
  • Kootenai 52, Clark Fork 6
  • LaCrosse-Washtucna 54, Wilbur-Creston 14
  • Almira/Coulee-Hartline 52, Entiat 20
  • Liberty 28, Bridgeport 20
  • Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 35, Kittitas 14
  • Cusick 76, Selkirk 24
  • Colville 24, Timberlake 20
  • Riverside 28, Kettle Falls 9
  • Chewelah 18, Lakeside (WA) 13
  • Touchet 60, Odessa-Harrington 42
  • Reardan 41, Lake Roosevelt 14
  • Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia 32, Tri-Cities Prep 27
  • Central Valley 33, Mt. Spokane 17
  • Northport 58, St. John-Endicott 40
  • Columbia-Inchelium 28, Soap Lake 26
  • Medical Lake 35, Newport 7
  • Deer Park 27, St. Maries 8
  • Freeman 34, Bonners Ferry 6
  • East Valley 35, Post Falls 14
  • Kamiah 44, Wallace 20
  • Genesee 32, Garfield-Palouse 8
  • Colfax 56, Coeur d'Alene JV 32
  • Salmon 65, Kellogg 18
  • Orofino at Clarkston JV, 7 p.m.
  • McCall-Donnelly 24, Grangeville 22
  • West Valley 35, Sandpoint 14
  • Davenport 41, Oroville 14
  • North Central 47, Rogers 32
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