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2-Minute Drill: Friday's football highlights

32 AND COUNTING BELLEVUE'S WIN over Interlake was the Wolverines' 32nd in a row, tying the record for a KingCo Conference team. Juanita, coached by Chuck...

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32 AND COUNTING

BELLEVUE'S WIN over Interlake was the Wolverines' 32nd in a row, tying the record for a KingCo Conference team. Juanita, coached by Chuck Tarbox, also won 32 straight from 1984-86, including a pair of state championships.

DIFFERENCE MAKERS

Austin Joyner, Marysville-Pilchuck: Six carries, 190 yards, three touchdowns.

Cameron Van Winkle, Mount Si: Broke state record for career FGs with his 34th. WSU kicker Andrew Furney (Burlington-Edison, 2006-09) held the old record.

Trent Riley, Mount Si: TDs on 69-yard catch, 65-yard punt return, 85-yard interception.

Damon Funk, Tahoma: Returned interception 56 yards for go-ahead touchdown. Had 11 receptions for 120 yards.

Diandre Jackson, West Seattle: Carried 13 times for 245 yards and a TD.

Lee Anderson, Edmonds-Woodway: Seven catches for 123 yards and two TDs, including 52-yarder two seconds before halftime.

Ben Welch, King's: Had two TD catches, one rushing touchdown and an interception for a score.

Charlie Brennan, Seattle Prep: Carried 26 times for 181 yards, two touchdowns.

Max Browne, Skyline: Completed 22 of 28 passes for 292 yards, three scores.

Charlie Brennan, Seattle Prep: Carried 26 times for 181 yards, two touchdowns.

Montae Rainwater, Highline: Had 127 yards on nine carries, 132 yards on two receptions, scored three TDs.

STATEMENT GAMES

Jackson 35, Mariner 32: T-wolves, coming off one-point and two-point wins, enjoy three-point breather.

Federal Way 52, Beamer 14: No. 2 Eagles averaging 51 points per game.Mount Si 51, Lake Washington 0: Wildcats more than ready for showdown next Friday with Bellevue.

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