More sporting news out of Seattle

OK.  I resisted the headline “Sporting in Seattle”.  From the Star Bulletin

Punahou broke open a 14-6 game early in the second quarter by scoring 21 unanswered points. Hilliard, Toma and Mark Silverstein each caught touchdown passes in the final 7:30 of the second quarter as the Buffanblu led 35-6 at halftime.

Cougars coach Mark Keel, whose team was making its season debut, said his players had trouble keeping up with Punahou all night long.

“There is definitely a speed difference from game speed to practice speed,” Keel said.

In the second half, Central Kitsap cut the deficit to 35-13 on a 12-yard scoring run by H’Arion Gaulden. But Punahou responded with a 19-yard touchdown run by Stabren Caires late in the third to put the game out of reach.

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