Priest River routs Medical Lake 29-0, awaits St. Maries

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  • (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Keegan Hegel muscled his way through defenders in Priest River’s 29-0 romp Sept. 9. Hegel contributed 41 yards to the team’s 207 total yards rushing.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Medical Lake quarterback J. J. Johnson looked slow against Priest River’s swarming defense Sept. 9. The Spartans limited the Cardinals to 62 total yards, including eight yards rushing and four turnovers. Pictured, l to r, Derrick Melton, Arron Reyes, Bradley O’Brien, Johnson, Caleb Blancher, Kody Salesky, Cole Thompson.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) On both offense and defense, Riley DeMent gave Medical Lake reasons to stay down and not get up in Priest River’s 29-0 knockout win Sept. 9.

  • (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Keegan Hegel muscled his way through defenders in Priest River’s 29-0 romp Sept. 9. Hegel contributed 41 yards to the team’s 207 total yards rushing.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) Medical Lake quarterback J. J. Johnson looked slow against Priest River’s swarming defense Sept. 9. The Spartans limited the Cardinals to 62 total yards, including eight yards rushing and four turnovers. Pictured, l to r, Derrick Melton, Arron Reyes, Bradley O’Brien, Johnson, Caleb Blancher, Kody Salesky, Cole Thompson.

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    (Photo by JUDD WILSON) On both offense and defense, Riley DeMent gave Medical Lake reasons to stay down and not get up in Priest River’s 29-0 knockout win Sept. 9.

PRIEST RIVER — The Spartans improved to 2-1 on the season after a 29-0 demolition of the Medical Lake Cardinals here Sept. 9. The Spartans took a 14-0 first quarter lead and never looked back while racking up 248 yards of total offense while limiting Medical Lake to 62 yards of total offense.

Head coach Brad Martin said it was a good overall game by the team. “Kids overcame obstacles this week, came to play, played hard and played well.”

Quarterback Riley DeMent shone while passing for 41 yards and two touchdowns, plus 31 yards and a touchdown on the ground. On defense, the two-way starter picked off a Cardinals pass and recorded one tackle for loss. Dausen O’Brien led the defense all around with one interception, one fumble recovery, one sack, one tackle for loss, and three tackles. Arron Reyes led the defense in total tackles with six tackles. Robbie Anselmo rushed for 87 yards on 18 attempts, including one touchdown. Keegan Hegel added 41 yards on seven attempts. Brandon McCracken and Kody Salesky each scored a receiving touchdown courtesy of DeMent. The Spartans converted twice on two-point attempts, and on one of two point after kick attempts.

Though Martin and the fans and players were pleased with the Spartans’ performance Sept. 9, he said they’d have to get even better for their upcoming visit to the defending 2A state champion St. Maries Lumberjacks at 7 p.m. Sept. 15.

“Lots of areas to improve on and we’ll get back to work this week to build strengths and get better in areas we need to address. We’ve got a great challenge and opportunity traveling to St. Maries and we expect to be prepared, play well and compete.”

PR 14 0 8 7 - 29

ML 0 0 0 0 - 0

Scoring

PR DeMent 8 yd run (kick failed)

PR McCracken 31 yd pass from DeMent (DeMent run)

PR Anselmo 5 yd run (Anselmo pass from DeMent)

PR Salesky 8 yd pass from DeMent (Blancher kick)

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