Prep football roundup

Lindbergh's offense struggled early, but made up for it later in a 42-21 win against Steilacoom Friday night. The Eagles (1-1) got on the board in the second quarter when Cam Callen broke off a 58-yard touchdown run. The Eagles scored 21 points in the quarter.

Lindbergh's Cam Callen against Steilacoom Sept. 7.

Lindbergh’s offense struggled early, but made up for it later in a 42-21 win against Steilacoom Friday night.

The Eagles (1-1) got on the board in the second quarter when Cam Callen broke off a 58-yard touchdown run. The Eagles scored 21 points in the quarter.

Daniel Wiitenan rushed for 205 yards and three touchdowns on 23 attempts. Callen rushed for 101 yards and racked up 57 receiving yards. He also totaled three touchdowns. Lindbergh quarterback Tyrell Shavers completed seven of 12 passes for 67 yards, one touchdowns and two interceptions.

Liberty 25, Hazen 22

Liberty held on after a late push from Hazen and won 25-22 Friday night.

The Patriots (1-1) led 25-7 going into the fourth quarter. Hazen (1-1) scored 15 straight points to get close, but couldn’t take the lead.

Liberty’s Tynan Gilmore scored three touchdowns (two receiving). Robbie Thomas passed for three touchdowns. Scott Dean caught a touchdown.

Marquise Lee ran for a 56-yard score for Hazen. Isaiah Davis caught a touchdown pass from Tony Nipert. Nathan Jacobs returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown.

Decatur 21, Renton 18

Renton lost an early lead and the game to Decatur 21-18 Friday night.

The Indians (1-1) led 12-0 and 18-14 at the half.

Clover Park 22, Foster 6

Foster struggled after an opening touchdown and lost to Clover Park 22-6 Friday night.

The Bulldogs (0-2) scored first when Cody Anderson connected with Patrick Straight from 35 yards out. Clover Park then scored 22 straight points to win.

Other Seamount scores:

Orting 60, Evergreen 14

White River 41, Highline 22

Kennedy 26, Roosevelt 20

Other KingCo 3A/2A scores:

Bellevue 35, Bothell 7

Interlake 29, Redmond 15

Monroe 20, Juanita 10

Lake Washington 58, Cedarcrest 32

Coeur d’Alene 39, Mercer Island 21

Mount Si 21, Issaquah 0

Franklin Pierce 55, Sammamish 0

 

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