Newport running back Nirun Turner (8) carries the ball during the Knights’ 28-21 loss to Inglemoor on Oct. 10. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography

Newport running back Nirun Turner (8) carries the ball during the Knights’ 28-21 loss to Inglemoor on Oct. 10. Photo courtesy of Patrick Krohn/Patrick Krohn Photography

Newport drops another close game, Bellevue runs over Interlake | Bellevue preps football recap

  • Tuesday, October 15, 2019 12:41pm
  • Sports

Inglemoor 28, Newport 21

The Newport Knights (0-6) dropped another close game to the Inglemoor Vikings (4-2) by a score of 28-21 on Oct. 10. The Knights held a one-point lead in the fourth quarter, but a 32-yard touchdown pass with less than three minutes left sent the Knights to their sixth defeat of the season. The schedule only gets tougher for the Knights, who have a road game against Eastlake (5-1) on Oct. 18, and a home game against Mount Si (4-2) on Oct. 25.

Bellevue 67, Interlake 6

The Wolverines (4-2) rolled to a comfortable 67-6 victory over the Interlake Saints (1-5) on Oct. 11. Bellevue had six rushing touchdowns, one passing touchdown, two fumble recoveries returned for touchdowns and a kickoff returned for a touchdown. The Saints’ lone touchdown came on a 2-yard touchdown run from running back Corey Parker.

The Saints will look to bounce back when they host the Juanita Rebels (1-5) on Oct. 18. Bellevue will host the Liberty Patriots (5-1) on Oct 18.

Sammamish 25, Lincoln (Seattle) 0

The Totems (1-5) picked up their first win of the season on Oct. 12. Next on the schedule for Sammamish is a home game against the Franklin Quakers (0-2) on Oct. 18.

Bellevue Christian 41, Port Townsend 14

The Vikings improved to 3-3 on the season and 2-1 in Nisqually League play with a convincing win over the Port Townsend Redhawks (2-3) on Oct. 11. Bellevue Christian ran for five rushing touchdowns in the victory. The Vikings will look for their third league win of the season when they host the Chimacum Cowboys (1-5) on Oct. 19.




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