North Kitsap's big fourth quarter too much for Sequim
By Lee Horton
Peninsula Daily News
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North Kitsap kicker Kyler Gracey broke the tie on the first play of the final quarter with a 34-yard field goal to put the Vikings ahead 20-17.
Kyle North added to the lead with just under nine minutes left when he scored on a run from 22 yards out.
The Wolves were unable to answer, and the Vikings added two more touchdowns.
Sequim scored first by going 80 yards on the game's opening drive, capped off by a 25-yard touchdown pass from Jack Wiker to Christian Miles.
The Vikings answered on their first drive when A.J. Milyard hooked up with Mitch Adams for a 7-yard score.
A 1-yard score by Lopaka Yasamura in the second quarter gave the Wolves a 14-10 lead.
Mitch Koonz kicked a 34-yard field goal as time expired in the first half that evened the score at 17.
Sequim now sits at 0-4 on the season, and 0-2 in the Olympic League, while North Kitsap moves to 2-2 overall and 2-0 in league play.
Other prep football scores:
Port Townsend 67, Bellevue Christian 39
Tenino 28, Forks 12
Olympic 29, Port Angeles 7
Quilcene 16, Clallam Bay 14
Last modified: September 21. 2012 11:54PM