GSL Friday doubleheader (Oct. 26)

October 26, 2012 9:44 p.m.  •  0 comments

Mt. Spokane tops Rogers 41-20, and Shadle Park faces Lewis and Clark in the Friday doubleheader at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Rogers’ Luke Rogers, left, faces down defender Zach Stensland of Mt. Spokane High School as he tries to sweep around the end.

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Zach Stensland of Mt. Spokane High School weaves through the Rogers’ defense and breaks out to run for a long touchdown.

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Rogers’ running back Anthony Hampton is hampered by Mt. Spokane’s Pat McCarthy (49).

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Rogers’ running back Anthony Hampton is hampered by Mt. Spokane’s Pat McCarthy (49).

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Rogers’ running back Anthony Hampton (23), right, is upended by Mt. Spokane’s Pat McCarthy (49).

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Rogers’ James Welty hangs on for a short ride on Mt. Spokane’s Reed Siclair (6).

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Lewis and Clark’s Coleton Fitzgerald (11), left, piles in behind lineman Brenden Finch (70), center as he tries to break through the line against Shadle Park on the carry.

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Lewis and Clark’s quarterback Andrew Black (10) scrambles as the pocket collapses around him when Shadle Park defenders close in.

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Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien, right, looks for his receivers while Lewis and Clark’s Isaiah Lilley (76) closes in.

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Lewis and Clark quarterback Andrew Black, below, dives for the safety of the ground and a first down as Shadle Park defenders Evan Douglas (33), Jacob Geldbach (16) and Michael Morris (7) close in.

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Shadle Park Cam Babcock (22) hauls in a pass over his shoulder, pursued by Lewis and Clark’s Robbie Mick, and stumbles into the endzone for a touchdown.

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Lewis and Clark players rest during their loss to Shadle Park.

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