Warriors clinch Wesco South title with 42-21 win over Kamiak

Cheerleaders wore pink uniforms and displayed a "Think Pink" banner at halftime in honor of breast cancer awareness Friday.

You might say the Warriors were in the pink, literally and figuratively, Friday night. After starting 0-3, Edmonds-Woodway earned its third straight victory and the Wesco South league’s No. 1 playoff seed by defeating Kamiak 42-21,

The running game once again came through for the Warriors, as the team ran for 305 yards on 37 carries: Mark Coutee had 155 of those yards on 10 carries while Desmond Young gained 138 yards on 23 carries.

The players, cheerleaders and much of the crowd wore at least some pink during the game to support breast cancer awareness.

Edmonds-Woodway will face Cascade in a 7 p.m. game next Friday night at Everett Memorial Stadium.

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

Kamiak                           0 7 7 7 — 21

Edmonds-Woodway 14 7 7 14 — 42

EW–David Hansen 85 interception return (Connor Davis kick)

EW–Desmond Young 4 run (Davis kick)

EW–Davis Giles 1 run (Davis kick)

Kam–Anthony Berg 7 run (Chris Menghini kick)

EW–Mark Coutee 67 run (Davis kick)

Kam–Berg 1 run (Menghini kick)

EW–Young 4 run (Davis kick)

EW–Coutee 2 run (Davis kick)

Kam–Tyler Self 1 run (Menghini kick)

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