Forward, Tauiliili power ground game as Auburn Riverside runs over Lakeside 37-0

Forward, Tauiliili power ground game as Auburn Riverside runs over Lakeside 37-0

  • Friday, September 20, 2019 8:04am
  • Sports

Javon Forward ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns as Auburn Riverside thumped visiting Lakeside of Seattle 37-0 in a nonleague game Thursday night.

The Ravens, who racked up 411 yards of offense, improved to 3-0 overall as they prepare for their North Puget Sound League Valley Division opener at Federal Way next Friday.

The Lions of the 3A Metro-Sound League dropped to 1-2.

Arthur Tauiliili rushed for 106 yards and two TDs for the Ravens.

Forward, a senior tailback, has run for 487 yards and eight TDs so far this season.

Against Lakeside, Forward scored on runs of 14 and 21 yards, Tauiliili added a 14-yard TD dash, and Payton Acceturo threw 38 yards to Jace Villers for a score as Auburn Riverside built a 27-0 halftime lead.

Tauiliili’s 9-yard TD run padded the lead to 34-0 in the third quarter.

Mike Goforth hit a 27-yard field goal in the fourth quarter.


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