Ravens, Trojans pocket wins; Lions fall | NPSL

Six players scored touchdowns, powering Auburn Riverside to a 42-18 rout of Kentlake in a North Puget Sound League Valley Division game at French Field on Thursday night.

The Ravens improved to 2-1 in the division, 6-1 overall. The Falcons are 0-4 and 0-7.

Arona Tauiliili threw a 40-yard pass to Javon Forward for a TD and ran 9 yards for another.

Forward finished with 84 yards rushing.

Thaddeous Umi-Tuato’o and Jayden Solis each ran for scores, and Arthur Tauiliili and Cade Foster returned fumbles for TDs in the romp.

Auburn Riverside ran for 244 of its 360 yards of offense.

The Ravens host Hazen (1-2, 2-5) at 7 p.m. this Friday.

Elsewhere

Kennedy Catholic 60, at Auburn Mountainview 10: Kayde Bodine threw a touchdown pass to Berkley Alfrey and Julian Huizar booted a 23-yard field goal in the Lions’ NPSL Mountain Division loss to the Lancers on Thursday night.

Kennedy Catholic moved to 4-0 in the division, 7-0 overall. Auburn Mountainview is 1-3 and 3-4.

Teagin Child led the Lions defense with 12 tackles.

The Lions were held to 188 yards in offense, 49 of which came on the ground.

Auburn Mountainview travels to Federal Way to play Todd Beamer (0-3, 3-3) in a division game at 1 p.m. this Saturday.

At Auburn 28, Kentridge 14: The Trojans (2-5) put away the Chargers (3-4) in an NPSL interdivisional game Friday. It was Auburn’s second straight win.

Auburn hosts Decatur in an NPSL Valley Division game at 7 p.m. this Friday.


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