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Major tune-up for ‘Cats football Mount Si team ruins Sammamish homecoming
For the third straight week, the Wildcat varsity football team dominated on both sides of the ball.
Plenty of team players got in on the action, as Mount Si tuned up for homecoming on Friday night, Oct. 17, by spoiling Sammamish’s homecoming celebration. Tyson Riley and Sean Snead each scored a pair of touchdowns as Mount Si rolled, 43-0.
“It was another good night for us,” said Wildcat coach Charlie Kinnune. “We’re really primed for the next two weeks, and pretty excited about our upcoming games.”
The Wildcats kicked the scoring off in a big way, with a 16-point barrage in a matter of seconds in the first quarter. It started with 7:58 left with a one-yard touchdown run by Snead, his first of the game. Following that touchdown, Mount Si’s kick to Sammamish was fumbled by the Totem returner, resulting in their starting on their own one-yard line. On the next play, Alex Hiebert tackled the Sammamish