Ravens throttle Royals; Trojans fall to Rams | NPSL football

Ravens throttle Royals; Trojans fall to Rams | NPSL football

Eight players scored touchdowns as Auburn Riverside demolished Kent-Meridian 64-7 in a North Puget Sound League interdivisional game at French Field on Friday night.

Javon Forward ran for 114 yards and two TDs, and Arona Tauiliili rushed for one score and threw for another in the rout.

The Ravens, who improved to 4-1 on the season, rolled up 376 yards of offense, 267 of which came on the ground.

Payton Acceturo threw for one TD, Andrew Butler returned an interception 37 yards for a score, and Jayden Solis, Lesther Dumosmog and Marcos Rivera each scored on short-yardage plays.

Julius Cain and Ladaquiri Jones caught TD passes. Butler snagged two interceptions.

The Ravens came away with nine sacks.

Auburn Riverside hosts Kentridge in a crucial NPSL Valley Division game at 7 p.m. Friday at Auburn Memorial Stadium.

Elsewhere

At Mount Rainier 37, Auburn 8: Keegan Yu ran for the Trojans’ lone touchdown in an NPSL Sound Division loss to the Rams at Highline Stadium on Saturday.

Connor Howat had two interceptions and a team-leading eight tackles for Auburn.

Auburn (0-2 division, 0-5 overall) plays Kent-Meridian (0-1, 0-5) in the Taylor Trophy game at 7 p.m. Thursday at Troy Field.


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