Prep football: King’s 62, Cedarcrest 14

SHORELINE — Ben Welch scored four touchdowns, one running, two receiving and had a 25-yard interception return for a score as King’s improved to 4-0 in Cascade Conference play with a victory over Cedarcrest. Knights quarterback Billy Green finished 12-of-17 for 246 yards and five touchdowns. The game also featured a wedding ceremony with Knights’ special teams coordinator Daunte Gouge getting married to Kathryn Wissler at halftime.

At King’s H.S.



K—Ben Welch 18 pass from Billy Green (Ryan Fransen kick)

K—Welch 5 pass from Green (kick failed)

K—Chris Jenkins 34 interception return (Fransen kick)

K—Caleb Taylor 33 pass from Green (Fransen kick)

K—Welch 1 run (Fransen kick)

K—Welch 25 interception return (Taylor run)

K—Trevor Hansen 53 pass from Green (Fransen kick)

K—Taylor 69 pass from Green (Fransen kick)

K—Laka Wilkins 19 run (kick failed)

C—Nick Bowersock 55 pass from Adam Davenport (Brandon Mowry kick)

C—Colson Scott 6 run (Mowry kick)

Records—Cedarcrest 0-3 league, 1-5 overall. King’s 4-0, 6-0.

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