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Tag: Scoring updates

Oct.
16th

Week 7: Friday night score updates

To get updates as we get them, follow us on Twitter at TNTPreps.

Friday Games

You can find final results, including box scores, of all of tonight’s games here.

Enumclaw 32, Bonney Lake 27 – FINAL

Lakes 67, Lincoln 7 – FINAL

Wilson 21, Gig Harbor 17 – FINAL

Curtis 34, Spanaway Lake 7 - FINAL

Sumner 21, Auburn Mountainview 0 – FINAL

Foss 7, Bellarmine 0 - FINAL

Orting 27, Port Townsend 9 - FINAL

Sequim 28, North Mason 13 – FINAL

Tumwater 41, Elma 0 – FINAL

Hoquiam 20, Centralia 7 – FINAL

Black Hills 28, Aberdeen 7 - FINAL

W.F. West 35, River Ridge 0

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Sep.
18th

Week 3 Live Score Updates

You can follow us on Twitter at TNTPreps to get live scoring updates sent to your cell phone.

Oaks Christian 28, Skyline 25 (final)

Curtis 28, Rogers 7 (final)

Olympia 34, Wilson 3 (final)

Lincoln 32, Stadium 29 (final)

Foss 30, Mount Tahoma 20 (final)
Gun shots fired at Mount Tahoma. More than a dozen police cars on the scene. Game is continuing. Fans have been urged to stay in the stadium.

Bethel 56, Emerald Ridge 3 (final)

Tumwater 41, River Ridge 18 (final)

Kentwood 21, Tahoma 14 (final)

Meridian 30, Orting 22 (final)

Yelm 35, Bremerton 0 (final)

Washington 28,

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Sep.
4th

Friday night football in-game score updates HERE

Final scores:
• Curtis 34, Graham-Kapowsin 28
• Bethel 21, Rogers 20
• Kentridge 34, Kentlake 7
• Foss 28, Lincoln 12
• Olympia 40, Gig Harbor 27
• Enumclaw 17, Wilson 16
• Lakes 48, Bonney Lake 18
• Peninsula 33, Sumner 0
• Auburn Mountainview 23, Clover Park 0
• North Mason 26, Port Angeles 12
• Hoquiam 22, Steilacoom 21
• Cedarcrest 24, River Ridge 21

You can find the rest Friday night’s results at our Preps Scoreboard.

Sep.
3rd

Recapping Thursday’s football games

On Thursday night, I watched Auburn run roughshod over Federal Way. The Trojans won 42-7 and the running back trio of Chris Young, Austin Embody and breakout star Alphonse Wade looked awfully smooth.

The Trojans took control on the first play from scrimmage when Wade followed Young around the right end and the pair ran 49 yards untouched into the end zone. How’d they do that? Their blazing speed helps, but Auburn’s dominant offensive line was the major reason the team averaged more than 10 yards per carry against a solid Eagles team.

Trojans coach Gordon Elliott said

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