Shadle Park vs. Mt. Spokane (Oct. 3)

October 3, 2013 6:39 p.m.  •  0 comments

Shadle Park defeats Mt. Spokane 63-42 at Joe Albi stadium, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013.

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Mt. Spokane arrives on the field for their game with Shadle Park Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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During a first-quarter run, Shadle’s Alvin Welch is tackled by Mt. Spokane’s linebacker Tyler Bailey (48) Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Shadle wide receiver Cam Duty heads downfield as Mt. Spokane’s Stu Stiles moves in for the tackle in the first half Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Mt. Spokane quarterback Stu Stiles (2) runs 60-yards for a first-half touchdown against Shadle Park Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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After a 3-yard gain, Mt. Spokane’s Reed Siclair (6) is tackled by Shadle’s Evan Douglas (33) Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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After a Highlander onside kick, Shadle’s Cam Duty (9) almost recovers the ball, but the possession went to the Wildcats in the first half Thusday at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Shadle’s Cam Duty (9) is tackled by Mt. Spokane’s Reed Siclair (6) and Zach Vogel (10) in the first half Thursday at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Shadle Park cheerleaders cheer on their Highlander team Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien had a record 613 yards and eight touchdowns against Mt. Spokane Thrusday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Shadle’s Tanner Pauly (20) catches a pass from quarterback Brett Rypien for a 51-yard touchdown in the first half against Mt. Spokane Thrusday night at Joe Albi Stadium.

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Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypian scores one of his eight touchdowns against Mt. Spokane Thursday night at Joe Albi Stadium. Rypien had a record 613 yards of offense and eight touchdowns against Mt. Spokane.

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