Different game, same story.
Teague James ran for four touchdowns – the fifth consecutive game in which he has scored at least three times – and Graham-Kapowsin beat Bethel 48-14 in a renewal of the high schools’ cross-district football rivalry.
The undefeated Eagles (6-0 overall) are leading the South division of the South Puget Sound League 4A at 5-0.
Graham-Kapowsin never trailed, but lead only 21-14 at halftime before putting away the Braves with three touchdowns in the third period – two by James and one by Shannon Edwards, whose 21-yard run was the longest scoring play of the game.
Bethel is now 2-3 in the SPSL and 2-4 overall.
(Read more in the Oct. 16 print edition of The Dispatch)