Falcons shock Conks in SPSL 4A play | Prep football

Andrew Dixon ran for a pair of touchdowns as Kentlake stunned rival Kentwood 36-21 in a South Puget Sound League 4A Northeast Division game Friday night at French Field.

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  • Sunday, October 25, 2015 4:43pm
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Andrew Dixon ran for a pair of touchdowns as Kentlake stunned rival Kentwood 36-21 in a South Puget Sound League 4A Northeast Division game Friday night at French Field.

Cody Faulkner, Trask Rogers also Jacob Mancia also scored on short runs for the Falcons (2-2 in league, 4-4 overall).

Brian Campbell threw for one TD – a 6-yarder to Connor Benson – and ran for two more for the Conquerors (3-1, 6-2), who clinched the division title last week but saw their six-game winning streak snapped.

Kentlake travels to Jefferson and Kentwood hosts Beamer in SPSL crossover game this Friday. Both games start at 7 p.m.


At Tahoma 39, Kentridge 13: Amandre Williams threw four TDs, leading the Bears past the Chargers in SPSL 4A play Friday night.

Williams completed 28 of 43 passes for 373 yards for Tahoma (2-2, 6-2).

Max Arend found Tanner Connor on a 72-yard TD play and later hit Sam Mullins for a 29-yard score for the Chargers (1-3, 2-6).

Arend completed 7 of 21 passes for 15o yards on the night. Connor finished with four catches for 109 yards and Jordan Omatsu rushed for 63 yards.

Kentridge takes on Mount Rainier (2-6) in a crossover game Thursday.

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