FALCON FOOTBALL UPDATE: South Whidbey wins first league game over Lakewood

Falcons running back Henry Mead cuts through the Lakeside line during South Whidbey
Falcons running back Henry Mead cuts through the Lakeside line during South Whidbey's first conference win on Friday.
— image credit: David Welton / The Record

The South Whidbey High School football team overcame a plague of turnovers and penalties to beat Lakewood 42-21 in the first Cascade Conference game of the season Friday night.

Falcon quarterback Hunter Rawls stayed cool in the pocket while launching a ground attack led by running backs Henry Mead and Danny Zuver. Nick Tenuta and Mead had one touchdown each while Zuver scored a record four times.

Lakewood coach Dan Teeter said he was surprised at the number of turnovers suffered by both sides.

"The Falcons have a lot of talent on their roster and I predict they'll win a lot of games," he said.

"They hit hard and were in great condition. Tonight was a good high school football game. Good, but not always pretty."

The unbeaten Falcons are 1-0 in league play and 3-0 overall and have outscored their first three opponents 106 to 35.

On Friday, Sept. 26 the Falcons travel to Duvall to play Cedarcrest.

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