Week 5 football roundup: Oly, Bremerton run wild; CK defense shuts down Shelton

Week 5 football roundup: Oly, Bremerton run wild; CK defense shuts down Shelton

Olympic’s Trent Feistner, Bremerton’s Jayden Quenga and Central Kitsap’s Matthew Willis all put up big nights on the ground

Olympic 48, Port Angeles 14

Junior running back Trent Feistner had a night to remember, carrying 20 times for 333 yards and two touchdowns in a victory that gave the Trojans a 4-0 league record. Feistner scored on runs of 19 and 45 yards and had little trouble taking advantage of huge holes created by the offensive line. Cameron Bailey chipped in 88 yards and scored three touchdowns. Feistner’s final TD run put him over the 300 yard mark and triggered the running clock.

Read a full recap of that game here.

Next game: Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m. at Sequim.

Bremerton 52, North Mason 19

The Knights have been the upstart team all season long and that continued on Friday night as they thrashed North Mason, 52-19 at Bremerton Memorial Stadium. Jayden Quenga rushed for 193 yards and three touchdowns on just ten carries and also had two interceptions on defense. Darick DeJesus also rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown on seven carries and Kelo Logova connected with receiver Junior Newman twice for touchdowns.

Next game: Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m. at Port Angeles.

Central Kitsap 13, Shelton 7

Matthew Willis rushed for 219 yards and a touchdown and Tyler Cannon booted two field goals, providing all the offense the Cougars would need to knock off the Highclimbers. Nigal Hardee led a strong defensive effort, grabbing two of Central Kitsap’s four interceptions.

Next game: Oct 11, 7 p.m. vs. Peninsula.

Sequim 44, Kingston 14

The Bucs started the game with a bang thanks to a 67-yard touchdown by Kyler Coe-Yarr and subsequent two-point conversion by Garrett Sitting Dog, but couldn’t stifle the Sequim running game in a 44-14 loss. Tyler Marquez added a 50-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Next game: Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m. vs. North Kitsap (played at North Kitsap Stadium).

Steilacoom 57, North Kitsap 7

This young Vikings team got an up-close look at a Steilacoom team ready to contend for a state championship. The Sentinels passing attack, led by quarterback Chance McDonald and five-star recruit Emeka Egbuka averages 337 yards per game and they put up plenty of fireworks in Poulsbo this week. Josh Fisher scored the only touchdown of the game for North Kitsap.

Next game: Oct. 11, 6:30 p.m. at Kingston (played at North Kitsap Stadium).

Bellarmine Prep 43, South Kitsap 6

The Wolves will be happy to see Bellarmine running back Derion Summers graduate this year. For the second consecutive season, he rushed for four touchdowns against South Kitsap in a 43-6 victory. Summers scored twice in the first quarter to go along with a safety that put the Wolves behind the eight ball early. Hezekiah Moore threw a late touchdown pass to get South Kitsap on the board.

Next game: Oct. 11, 7 p.m. vs. Graham-Kapowsin.

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