Four teams are off to 2-0 starts in the Greater Spokane League, and the Lewis and Clark Tigers can count themselves in that group.
The visiting Tigers scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter Friday, rallying for a 31-24 win over the University Titans.
Quarterback Jeff Livingston found receiver DeAndre Williams on a 21-yard touchdown pass to draw the Tigers even and then running back Ammar Johnson scored from 4 yards out to cap the rally.
Livingston completed 16 of 28 passes for 240 yards. Johnson rushed for 193 yards on 36 carries and scored three touchdows.
Quarterback Conner Johnson led U-Hi (0-2), completing 15 of 31 passes for 218 yards and one TD.
Ferris 39, Shadle Park 19: The Highlanders (0-2) scored the game’s first touchdown, but it was all Saxons (2-0) after that in the opener at Albi Stadium.
Quarterback Drew Sharkey threw three TD passes and ran for another. He had TD throws of 77, 39 and 8 yards to Cole Lemer.
Sharkey completed 6 of 11 for 172 yards. Lemer had six catches for 181.
Running back Kole Heidinger scored the Saxons’ final TD on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter. He finished with 84 yards on 16 attempts.
Nick Bettinson hauled in a 7-yard pass from Levi McBournie to give Shadle a 7-0 lead. McBournie finished with 157 yards passing.
Gonzaga Prep 35, Mt. Spokane 19: Griffin Hare scored four touchdowns to lead the Bullpups (2-0) past the visiting Wildcats (0-2).
Hare, who rushed for 160 yards on 28 carries, scored on runs of 11, 8, 10 and 4 yards.
The Bullpups led 14-7 at halftime and extended the lead to 21-7 through three quarters. The teams each scored twice in the fourth.
G-Prep quarterback Zach Bonneau gave the Bullpups a balanced rushing attack. He finished with 130 yards on 18 attempts, scoring the Bullpups’ final TD on a 7-yard run.
Slotback Chase Naccarato led Mt. Spokane with TD runs of 2, 8 and 5 yards. Sophomore quarterback Stu Stiles led the Wildcats with 104 yards rushing on 17 carries. He also completed nine of 10 passes for 96 yards.
North Central 49, Rogers 28: After an opening week drubbing at the hands of Mead, the Indians bounced back at Albi behind QB Jake Hoffman’s four touchdown runs. NC (1-1) took advantage of four turnovers to beat the Pirates (0-2).
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