HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Neah Bay and Chimacum both win big
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As has become common for the defending 1B state champions, the Red Devils jumped on the Lobos from the very start, scoring 36 points and allowing zero in the opening quarter.
In 1A crossover action, Chimacum defeated Coupeville 56-39 at Memorial Field in Port Townsend.
The Cowboys used a 20-point second quarter to put a sizable lead and a 21-point fourth quarter to keep the Wolves' attempt at a rally from coming to fruition.
Chimacum's season is now over. The Cowboys finish with a 5-5 record after winning their final three games against Vashon, Port Townsend and Coupeville.
Neah Bay will have next week off before beginning the state playoffs the following weekend.
HOW OTHER AREA TEAMS FARED IN FRIDAY FOOTBALL ACTION:
Nooksack Valley 41, Port Townsend 7
Clallam Bay 42, Rainier Christian 32
Crescent 50, Muckleshoot Tribal 30
Lummi 80, Quilcene 26
Last modified: November 04. 2012 9:14AM