Sunday, November 28, 2010
The King's football team fell one game short of an appearance in the State 1A semifinals at the Tacoma Dome Saturday when the Knights lost a home quarterfinal game to No. 2 ranked Meridian 42-34 a week earlier.
Meridian of the Northwest League 1A division went on to lose to top-ranked Cascade Christian in the semifinals,
King’s finished its season with a 10-2 record, losing only to Meridian and to Archbishop Murphy, the top-ranked 2A team.
After finishing Cascade Conference play with a 6-1 record, losing only to 2A Murphy, the Knights defeated Lynden Christian 36-14 in a Northwest District 1A playoff game, beat Orting 53-12 in a quad-district playoff game, and topped Montesano 35-20 in a State first-round game before losing to Meridian in the quarterfinals.
Meridian 42, King's 34, Saturday, November 20
At King’s H.S.
Meridian 0 15 20 7 — 42
King’s 6 14 0 14 — 34
K -- Thomas Vincent 65 run (kick failed)
M -- Zack Slesk 1 run (Max McGuinn run)
K -- Curtis Clauson 17 pass from Thomas Vincent (Joseph Jaeger pass from Thomas Vincent)
M -- Jordan Warren 2 run Raul Alvarez (Raul Alvarez kick)
K -- Curtis Clauson 57 run (pass failed)
M -- Tait Slesk 24 pass from Zack Slesk (pass failed)
M -- Mitchell Tripp 14 pass from Zack Slesk (Raul Alvarez kick)
M -- Mitchell Tripp 20 pass from Zack Slesk (Raul Alvarez kick)
K -- Curtis Clauson 64 pass from Thomas Vincent (kick failed)
M -- Casey Smith 17 run (Raul Alvarez kick)
K -- Thomas Vincent 1 run (Curtis Clauson pass from Thomas Vincent)