Prep football: Oak Harbor 47, Everett 7

OAK HARBOR — Isaiah Trower ran for 151 yards and two touchdowns and the Oak Harbor defense held Everett to just 50 yards of offense in the first half as the Wildcats rolled to a comfortable win. Garrett Wise caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from Nolan Rogge for the Seagulls’ only score.

At Oak Harbor H.S.

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OH—Sheyenne Sams 10 run (Frank Grecco kick)

OH—Isaiah Trower 45 run (Greco kick)

OH—Julian Faralan 6 run (Greco kick)

OH—Jon Lanningham 14 fumble recovery return (kick failed)

OH—Trower 28 run (kick blocked)

OH—Fred Webster 5 run (92 yds 1 td) (Mark Johnston kick) OH—Tim Davison 2 run (Johnston kick)

E—Garret Wise 30 pass from Nolan Rogge (Bryce Jameson kick)

Records—Everett 0-1 league, 0-4 overall. Oak Harbor 1-0, 3-1.

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