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Saturday, November 2, 2013

FB 2013-11-01 at Meadowdale

Friday night's seeding game vs Meadowdale at Edmonds Stadium was not your usual Wildcat game.

The first quarter ended in a 0-0 tie, with Meadowdale punting twice and the Wildcats once.

On the first play of the 2nd quarter, OH lined up to punt, but the snap was a bit high and went out of the end zone to give Meadowdale a 2-0 lead.

After Oak Harbor kicked back to the Mavericks, Savion Hollins-Passmore shut down a 3-play Meadowdale drive with an and interception and return to the OH 43. 

Nine plays later, Julian Faralan found pay dirt from 6 yards out to put the Wildcats up 6-2.

After forcing another Meadowdale punt, Oak Harbor scored again with 3:08 left in the half when Clay Doughty lobbed a 48-yard pass down the middle to a streaking Dyllan Harris.  The halftime score stood at 13-2.

Oak Harbor's first possession in the 2nd half was ended by a fumble, then Meadowdale completed a 42-yard screen to get the ball down to the 1 yard line where they punched it in to close the score to 13-8.

Another fumbled stopped an OH drive, and Meadowdale again drove down to the 1, but this time the Wildcats forced a fumble and recovered the ball in the end zone, resulting in a touchback.

The 13-8 score also stood at the end of the 3rd quarter.

In the 4th, the first Maverick possession ended with a turnover on downs, the second with a Harris interceptions.  Three plays later it was Faralan again, this time from 16 yards out to make it 20-8.

Yet another Wildcat interception, this one by Dejon Devroe, set up a 25-yard run by freshman Princeton Lollar for his first-ever varsity touchdown.

A late Maverick drive was stopped when defensive lineman Tyler Adamson knocked down a 4th down pass attempt to seal the 27-8 Wildcat victory.

Next for the 'Cats is a home game against Kingco 3A #2 Mt. Si.  The game will be played Saturday, Nov 9th at a special start time of 4pm.

Assuming the Wildcats win that game, they will play the winner of the Kelso/O'Dea game in the first round of the state tournament.
Video highlights are HERE.

Photos are HERE.


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