Updates from all four games of the 2013 Emerald City Kickoff Classic presented by Farmers Insurance at Husky Stadium.
Game Four Updates: Skyline vs. Bellevue
-That will do it from Husky
Stadium in Seattle. Bellevue emphatically beats Skyline, 45-7. Still
the best team in the state, regardless of classification.
takes a keeper up the Bellevue sideline to ruin the Wolverines' shutout.
Bellevue still up 45-7 with 5:27 left in the game.
-Much of the fourth
quarter is providing an opportunity for the reserves to get a lot of playing
-Wolverines' 40+ lead puts the running clock on.
-Bellevue's Christoph Hirota punches it in from 15-yards out and Wolverines
are up 44-0 with 11:11 left in game. Might be seeing running clock here.
-Bellevue up 38-0 heading into the fourth and at Skyline's 21.
-Skyline's best field position, Bellevue's 35, goes for naught, with a
penalty, a sack and then an interception by Jack Michael.
-Bellevue up 38-0 after a 29-yard field goal by Cody Gibson. 4:25 to go in the 3rd quarter.
-Bellevue up big, 35-0, on Skyline at the half.
-Small victories for Skyline, forcing a Bellevue punt.
-Budda Baker mixes in a forced fumble from Skyline just for the fun of it
because he hasn't affected the game enough already.
-Bellevue's Sam Richmond is in the end zone again, Wolverines up 35-0 with 4:52 left in the half.
-Skyline just can't get anything going on offense. Strange to see after
their offense was so explosive the last six years.
-There is fast and then there is Budda Baker. A run off left tackle, breaks a
tackle and prances in from 47-yards out. 28-0 Wolverines with 8:23 left in the
-Bellevue scores a 65-yard touchdown on a bubble screen from Haehl to Marek Spooner-Leduff. 21-0 Wolverines with 11:24 in 2Q.
-Much more familiar from Bellevue- Haehl hands off to Sam Richmond, who runs
it 65-yards up the middle, Wolverines up 14-0 in first quarter with 45 seconds
left in the quarter.
-Kind of a bizarro world, Bellevue throwing deep, Skyline running their
-I think Skyline has done more designed running plays by the quarterback in the last few minutes then I think they ever did with
Jake Heaps and Max Browne.
-Skyline muffs the kickoff, recovers but goes down at their own five yard
-Budda Baker makes a couple of nice moves and goes in off the left side,
Wolverines up 7-0 with 5:34 left in the 1st quarter.
-First turnover of the game- Kilton Anderson fumbles and Bellevue takes over
at the Skyline 21.
-Both teams force punts in the early going.
-Skyline will get the ball to start at their own 20.
Game Three Updates: Bothell vs. Coeur d'Alene
-Bothell wins in a
comeback, 44-43. Terrific game.
-Amos finds a receiver at midfield, but he fumbles it, Bothell picks it up
and takes it down near the goalline.
-CDA will get the ball back and have a chance.
-Gunnar Amos is picked off at midfield, Bothell will try to drain the clock.
-Wow, after forcing a punt, Bothell scores on their first play, a 39-yarder
with 1:50 left. Bothell up 44-43.
-Bothell scores on a 1-yard run with 2:39 left, 43-37 CDA.
-Vikings get down to the Bothell 8-yard line but a fumble gives the Cougars
the ball at their own 12 and new life.
-Drew Berger's six-yard run for a touchdown gives the Vikings a 43-30 lead
with 10:13 left in the game.
-Vikings take a 37-30 lead over Bothell into the fourth quarter.
-Coeur d'Alene with a good drive, and Amos finds Blakley for a 7-yard
touchdown. The Vikings go up 37-30 with 51 seconds left in the 3rd
-After forcing a three and out, Bothell goes to work again and a beautifully
thrown pass from Bowers to Dayzell Wilson and the following 2-point conversion
ties it up at 30-30.
-Bothell gets the ball back after a punt and goes to work. Bowers finds
Colton Sather for a 24-yard touchdown and follows it up with a 2-point
conversion to Sather. Bothell trims the lead to 30-22 with 9:25 left in
the 3rd quarter.
-Coeur d'Alene will get the ball to start the second half.
-Halftime stats that stick out: Gunnar Amos is 16-for-25 for 180 yards and a
touchdown and has two touchdown runs. Coeur d'Alene has sacked Ross Bowers
five times in the first half.
-Coeur d'Alene will take a 30-14 lead over Bothell into the half.
-A good drive is all for naught because of the penalties, and after going for
it from the Vikings 33, Bowers is sacked by Chase Blakley to turn it over on
-Now penalties are haunting Bothell. They get flagged for an illegal
shift and an offensive pass interference. Then follow it up with a false
start. They're moving the wrong way, out of the red zone and back to the
-Coeur d'Alene with another healthy drive, the big play a 4th and 7
conversion for 21-yards by Gunnar Amos to a wide open receiver and then Drew
Berger punches it in from three-yards out. Two-point conversion is no
good, but Vikings lead 30-14 with 4:34 in half.
-Ross Bowers hits Dayzell Wilson for a touchdown to cut the lead to 24-14
with 7:35 left in the half.
-Amos with another touchdown run, this one from nine-yards out and Blakley
gets the 2-point conversion for a 24-7 lead.
-Bothell fumbles the kickoff and CDA takes over at the 18.
-Gunnar Amos with the best pass we've seen today, a 37-yarder he drops in
over the DB for a touchdown. 2-point conversion is good for a 16-7 lead.
-Bothell fumbles at and CDA takes over at the 37.
-Coeur d'Alene takes an 8-7 lead into the second quarter.
-Coeur d'Alene with a nice drive themselves, a 72-yarder that culminates with
a 1-yard run on 4th and goal from the 1-yard line by Gunnar Amos. Chase
Blakley grabs the two-point conversion and CDA is up 8-7 with 1:44 left in
-Bothell has a nice drive but a questionable intentional grounding call
pushes them back and they turn it over on downs at the CDA 28.
-Coeur d'Alene's first offensive drive of the game ends at the Bothell 39
with a turnover on downs.
-Bothell starts the season in a big way, with Samuel McPherson taking the
opening kickoff 88-yards for a touchdown. Cougars up 7-0 quickly.
-Coeur d'Alene and Bothell will kickoff at 4 p.m. in Game Three.
Game Two Updates: Lynden vs. King's
-Lynden beats Kings 14-6, to avenge
their season-opening loss from a year ago and win their 14th straight game.
-A 10-yard touchdown pass from Koa Wilkins to Nick Severson with six seconds
ruins the shutout. The Knights' 2-point conversion is no good and Lynden
recovers the onside kick.
-Despite a couple of takeaways, Kings can't muster anything offensively and
Lynden's defense continues to cause problems.
-After an uneventful third quarter, Lynden takes a 14-0 lead over Kings into
the fourth quarter.
-Halftime stats- Lynden has 149 yards through the air and 61 on the ground.
Kings has 53 rushing yards and 65 passing yards. Petersen is 9-for-15 for
149 yards and a touchdown. Koa Wilkins is 4-for-5 for 53 yards.
-Lynden up 14-0 over Kings as they head to the half. Great effort by
the Lions on defense.
-After a 14-yard Kings' punt, Lynden scores again, a three-yard touchdown run
by Trent Postma set up by a 31-yard pass by Lucas Petersen, to put the Lions up
14-0 with 2:16 in the half.
-Lynden misses a 32-yard field goal with 5:16 left in the second quarter.
Lions still up 7-0 on Kings though.
-Lynden is up 7-0 on Kings after the completion of the first quarter.
-After stopping Kings on a 4th down run near their own 20, Lynden mounted a
big drive and took a 7-0 lead on Kings with after a 13-yard touchdown pass from
Lucas Petersen to Jalani Phelps with 1:29 left in the first.
Final from Game One (Seattle Prep vs. Roosevelt)
Roosevelt tops Seattle
Prep, 7-0 in the opener from the Emerald City Kickoff Classic.
Schedule of games:
Seattle Prep vs. Roosevelt at 10 a.m.
Kings vs. Lynden at 1 p.m.
Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) vs. Bothell at 4 p.m.
Skyline vs. Bellevue at 7 p.m. (KJR Radio- taped delayed at 9:30 p.m. on ROOT