King's football team falls one game short of State semifinals

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)

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