Bothell’s Andrew Sirmon dives from 1-yard out for a touchdown in the Cougars’ 23-13 victory over North Creek on March 20. Also scoring for Bothell were Bryce Kooy with a 6-yard run, Kyree Percival with a 10-yard pass from Sirmon and Charlie Shulkin with a 36-yard field goal. Shulkin also had two PATs. One of North Creek’s touchdowns came on a 4-yard pass from Jack Charlton to Jayden Notoa. In other Northshore action, Woodinville beat Inglemoor, 27-14, on March 19. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

Bothell’s Andrew Sirmon dives from 1-yard out for a touchdown in the Cougars’ 23-13 victory over North Creek on March 20. Also scoring for Bothell were Bryce Kooy with a 6-yard run, Kyree Percival with a 10-yard pass from Sirmon and Charlie Shulkin with a 36-yard field goal. Shulkin also had two PATs. One of North Creek’s touchdowns came on a 4-yard pass from Jack Charlton to Jayden Notoa. In other Northshore action, Woodinville beat Inglemoor, 27-14, on March 19. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson

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Bothell’s Andrew Sirmon dives from 1-yard out for a touchdown in the Cougars’ 23-13 victory over North Creek on March 20. Also scoring for Bothell were Bryce Kooy with a 6-yard run, Kyree Percival with a 10-yard pass from Sirmon and Charlie Shulkin with a 36-yard field goal. Shulkin also had two PATs. One of North Creek’s touchdowns came on a 4-yard pass from Jack Charlton to Jayden Notoa. In other Northshore action, Woodinville beat Inglemoor, 27-14, on March 19. Photo courtesy of Greg Nelson


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