Klahowya is now 2-0 on the season after defeating Coupeville and Kingston in its first two games. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Klahowya is now 2-0 on the season after defeating Coupeville and Kingston in its first two games. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Football Roundup: Week 2

North Kitsap 62, Lakeside 0

The Vikings improved to 2-0 and have scored 112 points in two games thanks to another offensive outburst, this one against Lakeside High School of Seattle.

The first play of the game for North Kitsap was a 65-yard touchdown pass from Colton Bower to Lincoln Castillo, and that pretty much sums up the game. Bower finished with 282 yards in the air and five passing TDs to go along with 36 rushing yards and two more scores on the ground. Castillo hauled in eight receptions for 111 yards and three touchdowns.

Logan Sloman also finished with over 100 yards on four reception and also picked up a receiving touchdown. Ethan Guerra added a touchdown in the second half, as did defensive back Jordan Howard on an interception return.

Next game: Sept. 17, 7 p.m., vs. North Mason

Bremerton 21, Columbia River 6

Jhunior Aquino’s 13-yard touchdown run with 5:33 left in the first quarter proved to be the difference in Bremerton’s 21-6 win over Columbia River.

The Knights took the field for the first time this season after having their first game canceled due to a positive COVID-19 test, but were able to get back to action in Week 2 against the Rapids. Jayden Quenga scored a 6-yard touchdown on the game’s opening drive, but after Columbia River answered with a score of its own, Aquino gave the Knights a 14-6 lead. Aquino added his second touchdown of the game in the fourth quarter to put the icing on the cake. He finished with 97 yards on the game, and Romen Sorenson led the ground attack with 16 carries for 144 yards.

Next game: Sept. 17, 7 p.m., vs. Kingston

Klahowya 27, Kingston 26

Alex Devine recovered a fumble in the end zone in the dying seconds of the game to secure a 27-26 win for the Eagles on a rainy Friday night in Silverdale.

Kingston led 20-6 heading into the fourth quarter on a pair of touchdown runs from quarterback Brooks Arnim and an interception return by Hugo Hall, but Klahowya marched back into the game. Quarterback Damon Clarke connected on a deep pass with Carson Moore for a 60-yard touchdown, and Logan Wallis added a rushing touchdown to give the Eagles a 21-20 lead. Kingston answered with a 3-yard touchdown from Sam Reber, and nearly had the game in hand after forcing the Eagles to fumble on their final drive before fumbling it back to allow the winning score.

Next game: Klahowya: Sept. 17, 7 p.m. at Kings. Kingston: Sept. 17, 7 p.m. at Bremerton

Blaine 48, Bainbridge 14

The Spartans made the long trip up to the border town of Blaine for a non-league contest after their original Week 2 game was canceled due to a positive COVID test in the Lindbergh camp.

Bainbridge quarterback Jack Grant threw a pair of touchdown passes to receiver Luke Lavigne. The first was a nice leaping grab over the defender in the end zone for a 25-yard score and the second was an 8-yard TD in which Lavigne got his 6-foot-4 frame in between him and his defender in the end zone.

Next game: Sept. 17, 6:30 p.m. at Olympic.

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