Bothell’s Mason Locknane evades an Inglemoor defender during the Cougars’ 38-14 win on Oct. 18 at Pop Keeney Stadium. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell’s Mason Locknane evades an Inglemoor defender during the Cougars’ 38-14 win on Oct. 18 at Pop Keeney Stadium. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell knocks off Inglemoor

  • Tuesday, October 23, 2018 10:32am
  • Sports

Bothell rolled past Inglemoor, 38-14, in a Northshore rivalry football matchup at Pop Keeney Stadium on Oct. 18.

The Cougars’ Ryan Metz scored twice on the ground and Leon Johnson III had a pair of TD catches to go along with one from Riley Morrison, who caught seven passes for 156 yards.

Bothell quarterback Erik Bainter was 14-for-22 through the air for 257 yards.

Inglemoor quarterback Kolby Solomon was 18-for-31 passing for 189 yards and one TD, a 45-yard strike to Colby Ryden.

* Brandon Parrish tallied a pair of touchdowns — a 10-yard pass from quarterback Deegan Csigi and a 90-yard kickoff return — as Cedar Park Christian downed Coupeville, 42-0, on Friday.

The Eagles also scored on runs from Johnny Petrus (18 yards), Zach Wilkins (5 yards) and Luke Lampe (56 yards) and on a 32-yard pass from Csigi to Dawson Drews.

* Woodinville beat North Creek, 42-12, on Friday.

For North Creek, Jack Charlton scored on a 2-yard run and Tucker Delong tallied on a 1-yard run.


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