PREP FOOTBALL: Klahowya 44, Sequim 21
October 19th, 2013 - 1:44am
(Silverdale) -- Klahowya quarterback Connor Langholff threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for 2 more scores as the Eagles throttled the Sequim High Wolves 44-21 Friday night at Silverdale Stadium.
NOTE: Newsradio KONP will rebroadcast the Sequim - Klahowya game Saturday morning at 11 on AM 1450 and FM 101.7
Langholff hit Kaler Rodgers on a 24-yard TD pass and then scored on an 11-yard QB keeper to put Klahowya ahead 15-0 after the first period.
Sequim (0-7, 0-5 in Olympic League play) scored to cut the Eagles lead to 15-7 when Miguel Moroles connected with Brett Wright on a 10-yard TD pass.
The Eagles led 22-7 at intermission after Langholff hit Jon Harris on a 23-yard scoring toss.
Klahowya (4-3, 2-3 in Olympic League play) went ahead 29-7 after Latrell Simpson ran for an 8-yard TD jaunt on the Eagles first possession after halftime.
Sequim got back into the contest by scoring on two consecutive possessions -- a 51-yard bomb from Moroles to Wright and a 2-yard plunge by Chris Whitaker -- cutting the lead to 29-21 with 42 seconds left in the third quarter.
Klahowya quashed the Sequim comeback with two straight scores in the final period with a pair of 4-yard touchdown runs -- the first from Jon Harris and the last from Langholff.
Next week, Klahowya travels to Belfair to play North Mason, while Sequim will host Port Angeles.
Scoring by Quarters:
Seq - 0 7 14 0 -- 21
Kla - 15 7 7 15 -- 44
Kla - Kaler Rodgers 24 pass from Connor Langholff (Connor Schnuit pass from James Charoenmak) 8:07
Kla - Connor Langholff 11 run (Kasey Trask kick)
Seq - Brett Wright 10 pass from Miguel Moroles (Adrian Espinoza kick) 8:33
Kla - Jon Harris 23 pass from Langholff (Trask kick) 1:54
Kla - Latrell Simpson 8 run (Trask kick) 7:57
Seq - Brett Wright 51 pass from Moroles (Espinoza kick) 4:10
Seq - Chris Whitaker 2 run (Espinoza kick) :42
Kla - Harris 4 run (Trask kick) 10:22
Kla - Connor Langholff 4 run (Eli Everson pass from Charoenmak) 6:44
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