King's earns big win over Port Angeles | Prep football
After starting off the season with a loss in the Emerald City Kickoff Classic played in Husky Stadium, the King's football team returned home on Friday night, hosting Port Angeles. It was a winning homecoming for the team, as the Knights beat Port Angeles 52-14 at Woolsey Stadium.
King's Laka Wilkins scored the first points of the night off a 37-yard run, followed by Jordan Turner catching a 47-yard pass from Koa Wilkins. The team finished off the quarter with a 34-yard touchdown run by Karl Sather to make it 21-0 going into the second quarter.
Sather started off the second quarter with a 34-yard touchdown run, followed by Lucas Swanson catching a 25-yard pass from Koa Wilkins. Port Angeles scored it's first points of the night when Matt Robbins caught a 27-yard pass from Nathan Angevine. The first half ended with King's leading 35-7.
In the third, King's scored twice, off a Laka Wilins 15-yard run, and a Keegan Na 15-yard fumble return. Swanson would finish out the night with a 46-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, while Robbins scored a Port Angeles touchdown off a 14-yard run late in the game.
King's will take on Archbishop Murphy at home in a 7 p.m. game on Friday, Sept. 20.
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