Kamiak clinches final 4A district berth

Kamiak travels to play Narrows League champion Bellarmine Prep next week. Arlington finished its season with a record of 4-5.

Binda finished with 266 yards on 42 carries to go along with his three rushing TD’s.

“JoJo is really coming into his own,” said Kamiak head coach Dan Mack. “He is a competitive person and he runs with just, tremendous determination. That field (tonight) was hard to cut on because it was so muddy and wet, But he just has this vision …”

At Arlington H.S.



K—Joseph Binda 4 run (Mengini kick)

K—Mengini 28 FG

A—Max Gray 6 pass from Cam Scrimgeour (Anthony Parra kick)

A—Micha Miller 32 INT return (Parra kick)

K-Mengini 28 FG

A—Connor Bobard 20 pass from Scrimgeour (Parra kick)

A—Gray 7 pass from Scimgeour (Parra kick)

K—26 FG Mangini

K—Tyler Webley 7 run (Mangini kick)

K—Binda 5 yard run (2 PAT)

K—Binda 7 run (Mangini kick)

Records—Kamiak 4-2 league, 6-3 overall. Arlington 2-3, 4-5.

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