Mount Si kicks off football season with a victory over Wenatchee

  • Monday, September 9, 2019 12:28pm
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Mount Si opened its football season with a 26-16 victory over Wenatchee on Sept. 6 on the road at the Apple Bowl.

Quarterback Clay Millen passed for a touchdown and ran for a score, completing 28 of 42 passes for 310 yards and running 10 times for 33 yards.

Mount Si led 14-7 after one quarter on a Colby Botten 6-yard reception from Millen and the quarterback’s 1-yard run. Wenatchee tied the game at 14-14 going into halftime and the host went ahead 16-14 on a safety in the third quarter.

The Wildcats notched 12 points in the fourth quarter on a Colby Ramsey 27-yard field goal, Stuart DeMerit safety and a Lorenzo Beverly 10-yard run. Ramsey had three PATs on the night.

Overall, Beverly had 10 carries for 47 yards, and on the receiving front, Botten hauled in eight passes for 64 yards, Zach Soliday had seven catches for 140 yards and Brayden Holt had seven receptions for 75 yards.

The Wildcats will next play at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 at home against Kentwood.

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