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Prep football: Lakewood 55, Cedarcrest 0

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DUVALL -- Brandon Stott had five carries for 96 yards and two rushing touchdowns as well as three catches for 116 yards and two receiving TDs for Lakewood in a Cascade Conference win. Also of note was Brett Bustad's school-record 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, according to Lakewood head coach Dan Teeter. Senior lineman David Otte took advantage of an opportunity to get into the end zone to close out scoring in the first half. At quarterback for Lakewood Kolby Schueller was 5-for-11 passing for 157 yards and two TDs. As a team, the Cougars put up 323 rushing yards and 480 yards of total offense.
At Cedarcrest H.S.
Lakewood 14 27 14 0 -- 55
Cedarcrest 0 0 0 0 -- 0
L--Donovan Evans 62 run (Randy Anaya kick)
L--Brandon Stott from Kolby Schueller 75 pass (Randy Anaya kick)
L--Brandon Stott 35 run (Randy Anaya kick)
L--Brandon Stott from Kolby Schueller 37 pass (Randy Anaya kick)
L--Curtis Patton 16 run (Randy Anaya kick)
L--David Otte 1 run (kick failed)
L--Brett Bustad 95 kick return (Adam Oppliger kick)
L--Brandon Stott 14 run (Adam Opplinger kicK)
Records--Lakewood 3-0 league, 6-0 overall. Cedarcrest 0-4, 1-6.
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