Federal Way 28, Kentridge 6: Soloman Bang had a hand in three of Federal Way’s the four touchdowns in leading the Eagles to a win on Thursday.
Bang, a former receiver now playing quarterback, scored on a 24-yard run in the second quarter to put the Eagles on the board. After Eric Jones scored on a 28-yard run, Bang scored on a 12-yard scamper to give Federal Way a 21-0 halftime lead.
“He is definitely becoming more comfortable as a quarterback,” said Federal Way assistant coach Jared Wren. “He didn’t turn the ball over and read the defense better to make better throws.”
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In the third quarter, Bang threw a 30-yard touchdown to Poet Grayson to make it 28-0.
Ben Fulligan threw a 70-yard touchdown to Ben Victoria for the Chargers’ only score.
Life Christian 4, Evergreen Lutheran 0: Josh Anderson scored twice to lead Life Christian to a victory over Evergreen Lutheran.
Brandt Kelly netted the first goal of the match in the fifth minute off an Eric Overgaard assist. Life Christian went up 2-0 whne Landon Beasinger scored on a penalty kick in the 30th minute.
Then, in an eight-minute period in the second half, Anderson scored twice. He scored in the 50th and 58th minutes, both assisted by Overgaard.
Nathan Jensen and Asher Moon combined to earn the shutout.
Tumwater 3, Olympia 0: Kennedy Croft recorded 14 kills, three aces, two blocks and 13 digs to lead the Thunderbirds past the Bears.
Aliyah Whilms added four aces, three blocks and nine digs for Tumwater and caught the eye of her coach.
“I thought that Aliyah Whilms did a fantastic job serving and blocking tonight,” coach Tana Otton said. “We finished out close games and didn’t tighten up when the games were close. We will build on the things we did right tonight.”
The Bears were led by Molly Armstrong’s 20 digs. Camryn Wilson and Kalli Lane chipped in 15 assists and 12 assists respectively for Olympia.
Timberline 3, Peninsula 0: The Blazers handled the Seahawks in the early games, but then it cut close in the last match.
Taking it 25-12, the Blazers won the final two matches by a total of five points. Kasey Louis had 10 kills, six digs, five blocks and had an ace for Timberline.
Baja Togiola contributed to the Blazers win with eight kills, 13 digs and two blocks.
Steilacoom 1, River Ridge 0: Jasmine Lopez scored the only goal of the match early on in the second half to lead the Sentinels past the Hawks.
Lopez netted her goal in the 48th minute on an assist from Tatyana Johson.
Whitley Prater earned the shutout for the Sentinels.