After Friday night's win at University, Wildcats coach Mike McLaughlin and quarterback Travis Ward agreed that the 35-28 nailbiter was reminiscent of last year's wild and crazy playoff game against Hanford in the post-season. Mt. Spokane and the Titans traded points, the visitors rallied for a 35-21 lead on Ward's runs, then it was pins and needles time.
Speaking of wild games, Ferris came back from a 28-7 deficit to win in overtime 41-35 in California, quarterback Connor Halliday with a passing clinic.
And in other GSL games, the 4A's won with embarrasing easy over 3A foes setting the stage for showdowns over the next few weeks to determine which three of six worthy teams moves on to the playoffs.