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Spartans lose season's final football game on the road
The Bainbridge High varsity football team lost their final game of the 2013 season on the road Thursday, Nov. 7 against Washington High.
The final score was 46-36 Washington.
This latest loss represents the end of a disappointing season for BHS football fans. The team's overall final record stands at 1-9.
Bainbridge was leading at the end of the first half, 20-8, against the Patriots but was unable to hold back the offensive efforts of the Washington team, who came back strong and not only made up the difference but pulled ahead late in the game.
Spartan quarterback Connor Teddy passed a total of 55 yards throughout the game and scored one touchdown.
Touchdowns were also scored by Spartan teammates Paris Amore and Casey Brink. Senior running back Taylor Wilson scored three touchdowns as well.
Wilson also dominated the team's offensive efforts with 30 carries for 161 yards overall.
Tino Peleti managed 10 carries for 66 yards for Bainbridge, while Amore completed six carries for 30 yards and Teddy finished the game with five carries for eight yards.
Max Wickline led the Spartan receiving game with one reception for 23 yards. Brink also managed one reception for 19 yards and Amore completed one reception for 13 yards.
BHS senior Ryan Comstock lead the game defensively, completing eight unassisted and one assisted tackles.
Jarett Grimm followed close behind with seven unassisted and one assisted tackles. Both Wilson and Max Thomas finished the game with six unassisted and one assisted tackles each, and Amore managed seven unassisted tackles.
Sacks were made by Wilson and Thomas.