Northwest NEWS

September 28, 1998

Sports

Falcons jump over Kangaroos

   by Russ Paris
  
   Woodinville scored quickly and often in the first period against Lake Washington running up a 28-0 lead in the first half on two passing and two running touchdowns.
  
   The first Woodinville drive started on the Falcon 10-yard line. A 37-yard run by Jamie Franklin moved the ball to the 47. Aaron Hineline burst off tackle to the 40 where Kris Billmaier lofted a 40 yard touchdown pass to Zach Tuiasosopo.
  
   On Woodinville's next possession, Jeremy Tager sliced off tackle and out ran every Kang defender for a 77- yard touchdown. Next, Billmaier threw his second TD pass to Blake MacIntosh to make it 21-0 at the end of the first period.
  
   The Falcons scored again on Tager's six yard run following Hineline's interception of a Kang pass and 40 yard return to the 18.
  
   All of Curtis Cruz's PATs were good for a 28-0 halftime lead for WHS.
  
   In the second half Lake Washington scored twice on 20 yard passes to Nesby Glasgow (the son of former 1979 UW Rose Bowl player of the same name) and a six- yard run making it 28-12.
  
   Falcon quarterback Billmaier returned the favor with a 5-yard TD run to put the game out of reach 35-12 at the end of three quarters.
  
   Head coach Terry Agnew sent the reserves in during the fourth period. Alexander Bobinger ran for 15 yards after taking the handoff from Josh Stern.
  
   Lake Washington scored with a 13-yard pass to make it 49-24.
  
   Offensively, Woodinville was led by Jeremy Tager's eight carries for 113 yards.
  
   Defensively, Josh O'Hair had a fumble recovery, and Aaron Hineline made an interception. Jamie Franklin had eight assisted and three unassisted tackles for 11 stops.
  
   Woodinville ran up 408 total yards; Lake Washington had 280.
  
   The next game for the Falcons is Oct. 2 at Redmond High School.
  
   In other Northshore action, Redmond High School rushed for four touchdowns to defeat Bothell 33-10. Josh Speed scored the only TD for Bothell in the third quarter. The Cougars are now 2-1 for the season.
  
   In a Saturday night game, Inglemoor avoided an upset by defeating Garfield 30-23 in two overtimes.
  
   The Vikings missed a chance to break the 16-16 tie in regulation time, but Ryan Sorensen's 25 yard kick missed to the left sending the game into overtime.
  
   Billy Harris scored his third touchdown of the night with a two yard run. Ryan Madayag, with 231 rushing yards, set up the winning play with a 23 yard run.