Football results: Week 2

  • Tuesday, September 17, 2019 10:31am
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Following are the prep football results from Sept. 13-14 for the teams the Reporter and Record newspapers cover:

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Kennedy Catholic 41

Bothell 21

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Rancho Christian 36

Cedar Park Christian 33

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Friday Harbor 48

Bellevue Christian 0

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Mount Si 28

Kentwood 20

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Issaquah 12

Mercer Island 3

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Bellevue 32

Newport 3

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Seattle Prep 24

Redmond 17

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Inglemoor 21

Roosevelt 6

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Interlake 26

Sammamish 7

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Eastlake 50

Lake Washington 20

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Mountain View 47

Juanita 0

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North Creek 50

Mount Tahoma 7

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*Results were listed on the KingCo/MaxPreps sites or team Twitter/Facebook pages.

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