In dire need of another win, Kentridge delivered on Friday night at Auburn Memorial Stadium.
Behind a stout defensive performance and a pair of early touchdown runs from junior running back Alex Tyson, the Chargers turned back Auburn Riverside 28-6 in a South Puget Sound League North Division game.
Both teams acknowledged they were running a bit leg-weary.
So just imagine the possibilities when the Auburn Riverside and Tahoma boys show up on the cross country starting line for what they’re hoping will be the next three weeks – league, district and state – with fresh legs under them.
The Auburn Moutainview (4-2-0 with 12 points in league, 8-3-1 overall) girls soccer team steamrolled Clover Park (0-4-0 league, 0-8-0 overall) in SPSL 3A action last night, blanking the Warriors 9-0.