Woodinville could not keep up with Glacier Peak High School’s offense during a home game at Pop Keeney Stadium on Thursday night, Sept. 16.
Glacier Peak ended the game with a victory, 49-7.
The Grizzles completed two touchdowns making the score 21-0 at halftime. Woodinville managed to add seven points to the scoreboard in the third quarter with a 28-yard run completed by senior Henry Nichols, followed by a successful kick.
Glacier Peak racked up 340 rushing yards and 112 passing yards. WHS ran 92 rushing yards and 99 passing yards, significantly less than the previous two games.
Senior quarterback Theo Grothen passed all 99 yards for Woodinville, with the longest throw being 24 yards.
Junior Jake Krivoshein completed eight tackles and one assisted tackle, and senior Adam Duffy landed six tackles and four assists.
In total, Woodinville and Glacier Peak each fumbled the ball once. WHS threw three interceptions.
The Falcons will take on Eastlake High School on Friday, Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. at Pop Keeney Stadium for a conference game. The Eastlake Wolves currently have a 3-0 record after defeating Kentridge High School, 53-7.