Inglemoor proves it merits No. 3 ranking in poll

Herald staff

BOTHELL – Todd Slick had 17 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns to lead Inglemoor to a 32-10 Kingco 4A victory over Bothell Friday night at Pop Keeney Stadium.

“We thought our kids would give them a better game than that,” Bothell coach Tom Bainter said.

Inglemoor proved it’s deserving of its No. 3 ranking in the Associated Press state poll as the Vikings dominated on both sides of the ball Friday.

On defense, Inglemoor forced two Bothell turnovers. On offense, the Vikings had success running the ball for short, but consistent gains.

“They (the Vikings) didn’t really have any big plays,” Bainter said. “They just came out and controlled the ball.”

Bothell was led by running back Monya Townsend, who had 15 carries for 91 yards.

Inglemoor-Slick 20 run (kick failed)

Inglemoor-Slick 2 run (run failed)

Bothell-Auld 30 FG

Inglemoor-Eastman 1 run (kick failed)

Inglemoor-Anderson 13 run (Mashak kick)

Inglemoor-Wells 5 run (Mashak kick)

Bothell-Lumberg 3 run (Walker kick)

Records-Inglemoor 6-0 league, 6-0 overall. Bothell 4-2, 4-2.

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