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Raiders beat down Kettle Falls

Defense still hasn't allowed an opponent to score


Raider senior Steven Flowers tackles a Kettle Falls opponent to the ground on Friday. The Raider defense hasn't allowed a single point from their opponents this season.

The Raiders walloped the Kettle Falls Bulldogs at home on Friday, winning by a score of 69-0.

Steven Flowers and Tony Nichols took turns running in touchdowns, first Flowers, then Nichols, then Nichols again with a 71-yard touchdown run, then Flowers again.

"It was great to come out and establish a tone early," said Coach Tim Rasmussen. "We really focused on running the ball."

The Raiders racked up 325 rushing yards for the game, over 400 yards of offense total.

"We just really wanted to work all week on front line play," Rasmussen said. "Every single one of our touchdowns in the first q...

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