Eastside Catholic beats Meadowdale

SAMMAMISH — Meadowdale’s Malik Braxton ran for two touchdowns as the Mavericks trailed by one heading into the fourth quarter, but Eastside Catholic quarterback Trey Reynolds threw two TDs in the final period to give the Crusaders the playoff win. Braxton finished with 101 yards on 18 carries to lead the Mavs offense.

At Eastside Catholic H.S.


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M—Malik Braxton 17 run

EC—95 kickoff return (kick good)

EC—1 run (kick good)

M—Braxton 5 run (Brett Schafer kick)

EC—Hayden Meier 6 pass from Trey Reynolds

EC—Colin Boit 31 pass from Reynolds (kick good)

Records—Meadowdale 7-3 overall. Eastside Catholic 10-0.

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