Turnovers costly for Lakewood against Blaine

Herald staff

BLAINE – Matt Timothy had 27 carries for 157 yards and three touchdowns to lead Blaine past Lakewood in a North Cascades football game Friday.

Lakewood’s Kris Kazen had 22 carries for 208 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn’t enough. The Cougars lost four fumbles, which proved to be the difference.

“Blaine is a good team and we couldn’t overcome the four turnovers,” Lakewood coach Jay Adams said.

Turnovers also cost Lakewood in a loss to Lynden Christian last week. “It was a carbon copy of last week’s game,” Adams said.


Lakewood-Masterman 1 run (run failed)

Blaine-Timothy 1 run (kick failed)

Blaine-Timothy 5 run (Mulholland kick)

Blaine-Timothy 45 run (Timothy kick)

Lakewood-Kazen 62 run (run failed)

Records-Blaine 3-3 league, 3-3 overall. Lakewood 3-2, 4-2.

  • Sultan 16, Nooksack Valley 0: Erik Solberg scored two touchdowns to lead Sultan to a 16-0 victory Friday night. The Sultan defense held Nooksack Valley to just 70 yards while the Turks’ offense gained 227.


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    Sultan-Safety (Pinado tackled punter in end zone)

    Sultan-Solberg 18 pass from Nelson (Benjamin run)

    Sultan-Solberg 1 run (run failed)

    Records– Sultan 2-3 league, 2-4 overall. Nooksack Valley 0-6, 0-6.

  • Orcas Island 2, Master’s Touch 1: Orcas Island defeated Master’s Touch in the Northwest A/B game. Matthew Elmore scored the lone goal for Master’s Touch.

    Goals-Master’s Touch: Elmore. Orcas Island: Not reported. Goalkeepers-Master’s Touch: Hite. Orcas Island: Not reported. Records-Master’s Touch 1-5 in league, 1-8 overall. Orcas Island-Not reported.

  • Sehome 113, Liberty 67: Gretchen Plank won the 100 freestyle and had a state-qualifying time in the 200 individual medley to help lead Sehome to a non-league victory.

    200 medley relay-Liberty (Hollowell, Spencer, Kiser, Kauffman) 1:58.32; 200 freestyle-Trask (S) 2:17.70; 200 individual medley-Hollowell (L) 2:13.77*; 50 freestyle-Godfrey (S) time; Diving-Franklin (S) 125.5; 100 butterfly-Weiner (S) 1:03.88; 100 freestyle-Plank (S) 57.12; 500 freestyle-Schuffrider (L) 6:26.81; 200 freestyle relay-Liberty (Hollowell, Spencer, Kiser, Kauffman) 1:47.09; 100 backstroke-Hollowell (L) 1:47.09; 100 breaststroke-Spencer (L) 1:12.18; 400 freestyle relay-Sehome (Godfrey, Gebhardt, Trask, Mullet) 4:14.63. Records-Sehome 5-3 league, 6-4 overall. Liberty-Not reported.

    *State-qualifying time

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