Mount Si’s Cole Norah runs the ball against Inglemoor during the Wildcats’ 39-0 victory on Nov. 2 at Pop Keeney Stadium. Mount Si will play at Monroe at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 in the playoffs. Against Inglemoor, Wildcat touchdowns came from Brayden Holt (60-yard pass from Clay Millen), Norah (27-yard run), Andrew Mostofi (17-yard pass from Millen), Millen (7-yard run) and Daniel Harrison (17-yard run). Photo courtesy of Jason Tanaka

Mount Si’s Cole Norah runs the ball against Inglemoor during the Wildcats’ 39-0 victory on Nov. 2 at Pop Keeney Stadium. Mount Si will play at Monroe at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 in the playoffs. Against Inglemoor, Wildcat touchdowns came from Brayden Holt (60-yard pass from Clay Millen), Norah (27-yard run), Andrew Mostofi (17-yard pass from Millen), Millen (7-yard run) and Daniel Harrison (17-yard run). Photo courtesy of Jason Tanaka

Wildcats roll to victory over Inglemoor

  • Monday, November 4, 2019 11:03am
  • Sports

Mount Si’s Cole Norah runs the ball against Inglemoor during the Wildcats’ 39-0 victory on Nov. 2 at Pop Keeney Stadium. Mount Si will play at Monroe at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 in the playoffs. Against Inglemoor, Wildcat touchdowns came from Brayden Holt (60-yard pass from Clay Millen), Norah (27-yard run), Andrew Mostofi (17-yard pass from Millen), Millen (7-yard run) and Daniel Harrison (17-yard run). Photo courtesy of Jason Tanaka


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