NORTH OLYMPIC PENINSULA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Neah Bay wins 86-30; Port Townsend falters, as do Chimacum and Sequim
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OAK HARBOR -- The North Olympic Peninsula is down to one playoff team after Friday night's high school football action.
Top-ranked Neah Bay blasted Lopez Island 86-32 at Oak Harbor High School in the 1B district playoffs.
The win nets the Red Devils a berth to the state playoffs. They will have next week off and then play the No. 5 team from the District 7/9 tournament.
The Peninsula's other playoff team, Port Townsend, suffered a 35-21 loss to the Blaine Borderites at Civic Field in Bellingham.
In a 1A crossover, Chimacum's season ended Friday night with a 54-0 loss to Coupeville.
Sequim finished the season without a win after falling to Foster 27-13 on Thursday night.
Clallam Bay will close out its season with a 1B Northwest Football League crossover against Rainier Christian on Saturday night.
Last modified: November 09. 2013 5:54PM