Bellevue’s Caymus Rooney runs up against Mercer Island’s Nicholas Chatalas. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue’s Caymus Rooney runs up against Mercer Island’s Nicholas Chatalas. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue rumbles past Mercer Island on the gridiron

  • Friday, October 8, 2021 1:30pm
  • Sports

William Wang, Blake Teets and Ishaan Daniels tallied two rushing touchdowns apiece in Bellevue’s 49-0 football victory over visiting Mercer Island on Oct. 1.

Wang ran 18 times for 198 yards, including scores of 43 and 3 yards. Teets toted the ball 14 times for 181 yards, including touchdowns of 8 yards each. Daniels rumbled for 127 yards on seven carries, including scores of 44 and 30 yards.

Quarterback Lucas Razore also connected with Teets for a 7-yard touchdown pass.

Wiley Bryant nailed six PATs and Luke Scoma added one.

Bellevue (2-0 in 3A KingCo and 5-0 overall) will next play at Newport at 7 p.m. Oct. 8.

Bellevue’s Ishaan Daniels scores one of his touchdowns while Bellevue’s Leland Ryals and Mercer Island’s Nicholas Chatalas follow. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue’s Ishaan Daniels scores one of his touchdowns while Bellevue’s Leland Ryals and Mercer Island’s Nicholas Chatalas follow. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue quarterback Lucas Razore prepares to pass while Mercer Island’s Griffin King and Alexander Espinoza defend. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus

Bellevue quarterback Lucas Razore prepares to pass while Mercer Island’s Griffin King and Alexander Espinoza defend. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Ault Justus




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