Prep football: Meadowdale 42, Shorecrest 7

SHORELINE — Meadowdale’s Rory Spillum ran for 113 yards and three touchdowns as the Mavericks rolled to a victory over Shorecrest. Malik Braxton led the Mavs with 129 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns, including a 52-yard TD reception. Michael Fisher ran for 76 yards and one touchdown for the Scots.

At Shoreline Stadium



M—Rory Spillum 60 run (Brett Schafer kick)

M—Charlie White 7 pass from Jeremiah Evans (Schafer kick)

M—Spillum 5 run (Schafer kick)

M—Malik Braxton 54 run (Schafer kick)

M—Braxton 52 pass from Evans (Schafer kick)

M—Spillum 4 run (Schafer kick)

S—Michael Fisher 12 run (Torsen Etschied kick)

Meadowdale—1-0 league, 3-1 overall. Shorecrest 0-1, 1-3.

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