University High’s running back Treivon Tuggles (25) falls into the end zone with the help of teammate Gage Anderson (32) but the play was ruled dead because of an inadvertent whistle from a referee in the game against Post Falls Friday.
Post Falls’ Braden Vaughn, center, carries the ball into a crowd of black jerseys, pursued by University High’s Tyler Rickel, right, in the first half.
University High’s cover man Griffin Thorson, left, as Post Falls’ receiver Preston Bourgard reels in a long pass during the non-league game Friday, Sept. 11, 2015 at Roos Field at Eastern Washington University in Cheney. University won 14-7. JESSE TINSLEY firstname.lastname@example.org
Post Falls’ Braden Vaughn, in white, is stopped and brought down by University High’s Clark Barrington (56), Bryan Braley (43) and Ethan Jones (10) in the first half of the non-league game Friday.
Post Falls’ Hunter Harmon is brought down onthe run by University High’s Gage Anderson Friday at EWU.
Post Falls’ Zach Hillman, left, is all alone after beating his coverage and snagging a long pass and taking it down the sideline for a touchdown in the third quarter against University High. It would be Post Falls’ only score.
Post Falls’ Nate DeGraw tracks down University High’s running back Treivon Tuggles, right, in the backfield at Roos Field at Eastern Washington University.
University High’s Tanner Chase, left, pops up from a touchdown reception in the endzone in the first half and gives a glare at Post Falls’ Max McCullough. University won the game 14-7.
Post Falls’ Hunter Harmon, right, manages to corral a pass while University High’s Tanner Chase, left, and Bryan Braley, behind, covers him at midfield.
Post Falls’ Braden Vaughn, left, scampers out of the backfield pursued by University High’s Tyler Rickel (33) in the first half.
University High’s QB Logan O’Neil, left, rifles a pass past Post Falls’ Bradley Noesen (53), right to Tanner Chase (5) who turned and gains a few yards.
University High’s Treivon Tuggles, left, takes the handoff from QB Logan O’Neil.