PREP FOOTBALL: Brandt, Hendry lead Lakeland past East Valley

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SPOKANE VALLEY — Josh Brandt rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries as the Lakeland Hawks defeated the East Valley Knights 34-18 on Saturday.

Cage Hendry ran for 68 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries for Lakeland (1-2). Logan Siegford completed 6 of 6 passes for 115 yards for the Hawks, who rushed for 337 yards against the Knights (1-1).

Lakeland plays host to Rogers on Friday.

Lakeside 36

Clark Fork 20

PLUMMER — Quarterback Bryar Sanchez, who missed last week with a concussion, ran for three touchdowns and passed for a fourth as the host Knights (1-1, 1-1 White Star League) defeated the Wampus Cats.

“It helped to have Bryar back,” Lakeside coach Chris Dohrman said. “Our offensive and defensive line did a fantastic job today. We controlled the line of scrimmage. Trey Wienclaw and Gavin Rhea at defensive end, they were able to control the outside, which allowed everybody else to do the job on the inside.

“We were able to run the ball, and we played way better defense. Last week we didn’t tackle at all (in an 88-12 loss to Kendrick).”

Cameron Garcia, Josh Constantin and Theo Icardo scored touchdowns for Clark Fork (1-2, 1-1), which is idle until a Sept. 29 home game with Kootenai.

Lakeside travels to Garfield-Palouse on Friday.

Clark Fork 8 0 12 0 — 20

Lakeside 8 20 8 0 — 36

CF — Cameron Garcia 8 run (Garcia run)

LS — Bryar Sanchez 39 run (Sanchez run)

LS — Sanchez 1 run (run failed)

LS — Vincent Gitto 43 run (Trey Wienclaw pass from Sanchez)

LS — Sanchez 10 run (pass failed)

CF — Josh Constantin 61 fumble return (run failed)

LS — Wienclaw 7 pass from Sanchez (Sanchez run)

CF — Theo Icardo 4 run (run failed)

Moscow 38

Timberlake 7

SPIRIT LAKE — Peyton Broenneke threw five touchdown passes — four in the first quarter — as the 4A Bears beat the 3A Tigers at Van Tuinstra Memorial Field.

Broenneke was 11 of 19 for 265 yards for Moscow (2-1), which outgained Timberlake (0-3) 389-153. Jake Kiblen caught seven passes for 190 yards and three scores.

Joseph Follini rushed for 67 yards and the lone TD for Timberlake.

Timberlake is idle this week, then plays host to St. Maries on Sept. 22.

Moscow 28 7 0 3 — 38

Timberlake 0 0 0 7 — 7

First quarter

Mos — Jacob Cardwell 28 pass from Peyton Broenneke (kick good)

Mos — Jake Kiblen 5 pass from Broenneke (kick failed)

Mos — Cardwell 17 pass from Broenneke (Trevor Dismukes run)

Mos — Kiblen 45 pass from Broenneke (kick good)

Second quarter

Mos — Kiblen 14 pass from Broenneke (kick good)

Fourth quarter

Mos — FG Grant Clary 33

TL — Joseph Follini 25 run (Isaiah Higbee kick)


RUSHING — Follini 13-67, McLemore 12-29, Larson 6-14, Wilfong 1-3, McDonald 1-0, James 1-0, Gardom 3-(minus 2).

PASSING — Follini 6-15-0-38.

RECEIVING — McLemore 1-15, Gardom 1-12, Kluss 1-10, Wilfong 2-4, Larson 1-(minus 3).

Timberline at

Kootenai, ppd., air

HARRISON FLATS — The White Star League matchup between the Spartans of Weippe and the host Warriors was postponed due to poor air quality. No makeup date was announced.

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