Millen fires four touchdown strikes in Mount Si football victory

  • Monday, September 24, 2018 4:24pm
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Cale Millen hit the touchdown target four times as Mount Si beat Woodinville, 27-17, last Friday to up its overall football record to 4-0 and start off 1-0 in 4A KingCo action.

The Wildcat quarterback hooked up with Andrew Mostofi twice on 3- and 5-yard passes, Colby Botten on a 42-yard pass and Jonny Barrett on a 10-yard pass. Millen finished 25-for-39 while amassing 282 yards passing.

Barrett hauled in six passes for 117 yards, Mostofi caught six for 59 yards and Cole Norah snagged seven for 41 yards to go along with 14 carries for 63 yards.

Mount Si will host Eastlake at 7 p.m. Friday.

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