Prep football: Granite Falls 47, Coupeville 14

COUPEVILLE — Mathew Hamilton led Granite Falls with seven carries for 208 yards and three rushing touchdowns in a Cascade Conference victory. Tanner Peep and Kyle Everett both had 75 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers. Coupeville had trouble kicking past Michael Strickland, who had a blocked punt and a blocked extra point on the night. Both Coupeville touchdowns were Bryce Fleming receptions from Korbin Korzan.

At Coupeville H.S.

Granite Falls2113130—47

Coupeville01400—14

GF—Peep 4 run (Poplin kick)

GF—Hamilton 70 run (Poplin kick)

GF—Everett 38 run (Poplin kick)

C—Fleming from Korzan 17 pass (kick blocked)

GF—Peep 46 run (Poplin kick)

C—Fleming from Korzan 12 pass (2pt conversion good)

GF—Hamilton 35 run (kick failed)

GF—Everett 5 run (kick failed)

GF—Hamilton 65 run (Poplin kick)

Records—Granite Falls 2-2 league, 2-4 overall. Coupeville 0-1, 1-5.

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