STEILACOOM 33, TUMWATER 23
Play: Punt block.
Set: Punt block.
Down and distance: Fourth-and-7 at the Tumwater 46.
Time remaining: 9:15 remaining in the first quarter.
Score at the time: 0-0.
What happened: A quick sidestep allowed Anthony Leiato, whose brother plays at the University of Oregon, to burst right past Tumwater’s middle blocker in the three-man shield of punter Noah Andrews. He got enough of his right hand on the ball just as it was punted, setting up a straight-up pop fly for wide receiver Marques Hampton Jr., who caught it and returned it 35 yards for a touchdown. “It was amazing,” Steilacoom coach Rich Lane said. “It allowed us to take a little breath and go ‘We’re OK.’ ” It was the first score of the game as the Sentinels went on to shock the T-Birds with the win, ending Tumwater’s 40-game regular-season win streak. Steilacoom sent four rushers on the play when it would normally send three.