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Kelso Advances To Playoffs With 22-6 Win At Seattle Prep | Greater St. Helens League Football

Kelso Advances To Playoffs With 22-6 Win At Seattle Prep

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 7, 2010

In a battle of smash mouth run offense the Kelso Hilanders did the majority of the smashing Saturday afternoon in Seattle on their way to a 22-6 win over Seattle Prep.

Leading only 7-6 entering the 4th quarter, Kelso forced a safety and put up a pair of touchdowns to put the game out of reach of the host Panthers.

Hilander QB Makio Mobbs had a pair of passing touchdowns in the win.

With the win Kelso improves to 7-3 on the season. The Hilanders will travel to #5 Kamiakin (10-0) next weekend for the first round of the WIAA 3A football playoffs. Date and time TBD.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Kelso √
Mike – Seattle Prep x
Cody – Seattle Prep x

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Kelso Hilanders

Seattle Prep Panthers

first quarter

KEL – Sam Young 17 pass from Makio Mobbs (kick good)

second quarter

SP – Parker Mays 24 pass from Holt (kick failed)

forth quarter

KEL – safety, fumble out of end zone
KEL – Riley Miller 10 run (kick failed)
KEL – Gage Townsend 12 pass from Makio Mobbs (kick good)

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18 Responses to “Kelso Advances To Playoffs With 22-6 Win At Seattle Prep”

  1. Scotty4life on November 7th, 2010 11:29 am

    I called it on Thursday!!! I knew this would be the outcome. The steel kilt is back the sctties are playing the best football they have all season at the right time. For all those who said I should keep within reality and hope for a close game were WRONG!!!! I knew it from the video I watched that Kelso would have no problem with ’em!!! Great Job boys you made all of Kelso proud yesterday!!!! GO BIG BLUE!!!! SEE YOU IN KENNEWICK NEXT WEEKEND FELLAS!!!!!

  2. May Day the Hilander on November 7th, 2010 1:59 pm

    I know your calling me out Scotty. It was a close game for three quarters. I’m glad your prediction had more accuracy than mine in the long run.lol I’m very interested to see how our boys do over in Kennewick. I know Kamiakan is 10-0 and ranked #5. It’s really hard to compare the two program because they have no common opponents to use as a yardstick. This weekend made it pretty clear that some conferences are a lot better than others. GSHL is obviously a lot better than people up North think they are. Camas would have had a rougher game scrimmaging against their own second team than they had against Rainier Beach. Rainier Beach shouldn’t have bothered to make the trip down. Kelso went up North as a #3 seed and took out a league champ. Our 3-A league came withing a whisker of going 3-0 this weekend. The 4-A won a game too and I thought Morris and Long both represented the 2-A level very well , won a game and nearly won a second game. How do you see Kelso doing this weekend Scotty?

  3. edthehead on November 7th, 2010 3:13 pm

    May Day, lets not get to excited about the strength of the GSHL until at least the first round of state games are played, remember these were just playin games, 32 teams had a chance this weekend, Isnt that about half the total teams in each classification?

  4. May Day the Hilander on November 7th, 2010 5:59 pm

    I’m not getting your question,point or whatever your post is. What do you mean 32 teams are half the total in each classification? We have 20+ teams just in GSHL and there are how many leagues in the state? I think that’s what your saying? Anyway, there are way way more than 64 teams in the state if that’s the point you are even trying to make. Please tell me the point of your post and question if I’ve missed it.

  5. May Day the Hilander on November 7th, 2010 6:11 pm

    I must correct myself . There are 17 teams in GSHL. Now think of how many leagues their are throughout this state and think of how many teams that must be. I’m sure it could be researched. I’m just too lazy.

  6. SWWaFootballFan on November 7th, 2010 7:03 pm

    Here you go:

    Class Enrollment #of Schools at each level

    1B 0-92 62

    2B 93-207 62

    1A 208-512 65

    2A 513-1085 64

    3A 1086-1303 67

    4A 1304+ 66


  7. air-it-out on November 8th, 2010 10:41 am

    Congrats to kelso, defense played great! Offense still struggled, got away with a couple balls we put on the turf and three interceptions they dropped. Cant be doing that this weekend, the offense is going to have to be pretty much perfect. so we should probably keep the ball on the ground due to some very questionable plays made by the qb. Hammer the ball on the ground with jared and hopefully slate. This will be no weak seattle prep team, this will be a real football team. Go Kelso!

  8. Jason on November 9th, 2010 10:27 am

    may day the hilander:

    Kelso did not go up North and beat a league champ. Seattle Prep didn’t even play in the Metro Title game. O’Dea beat them 42-7 and Prep also barley beat a terrible Rainier Beach team. Beating Prep is not exactly a quality win.

  9. larry on November 10th, 2010 4:06 pm

    hopefully you have figured it out by now, but if not I’ll try to help you. my point was there are close to 64 teams in each classification so almost half the teams get into the playin round. if you look at the numbers posted by SWWA football fan you will see that. so for your beloved highjackers there are 67 total teams in 3a, almost half make it to the playin round, in 2A it is exactly half. If you look at some of the records for the teams in the playin games, BAD, no business even being anywhere near a playoff game. thats my point. teams that win this week can start talking some smack.

  10. MM fan on November 10th, 2010 5:25 pm

    larry: You are right. 32 of 67 3A teams played last weekend. But only 16 are standing today without winning a single play-off game. They have all (so far) finished (better than) top 25% in the state. In our GSHL, 4 of 17 advanced. Less than 25%. How do other conferences compare to our success? How many leagues are there?

  11. turbo on November 10th, 2010 7:51 pm

    not to put a damper on the parade, but I can see the gshl going 0-fer this weekend, so that would make the conference, not real strong.

  12. Scotty4life on November 10th, 2010 10:52 pm

    I have nothing on kelso’s opponent this saturday. I hope it is a win for the hilanders but it will be interesting to see if Kamiakan is 10-0 because they are really that good or if its because they have weaker competition. I will try to obtain some gamefilm somehow and come up with an educated stab at a prediction tomorrow or friday

  13. Scotty4life on November 10th, 2010 11:03 pm

    Air-it-out I don’t know why you want kelso to run the ball so much I am Mobbs’ (the QB) biggest critic due to his poor play for almost every game this season but the past couple of weeks he has thrown the ball very well and made some good decisions, Jared is a good option but just because the good ol’ 1 and 9 trap plays worked against Seattle Prep does not mean it will work againts Kamiakan. I say take shots down the field stretch the D and Kelso’s runningbacks will have running room. the reason kelso won last week was due to the balanced offense they ran. do it again and kelso WILL WIN!!!! Plus Jared wasn’t the reason Kelso won. Though he was a big part, it was a total TEAM effort and that is what it will take to win this week. Either you are related or very close to him because your judgement is clouded sir

  14. wsumj on November 10th, 2010 11:07 pm

    Is Slate Miller hurt? If I remember correctly, he didnt run the ball much vs Seattle Prep. He played very well against Camas

  15. Scotty4life on November 10th, 2010 11:08 pm

    And who the heck dubbed Jared “the Irish Hammer” kids got a big enough ego. other than his all about me ego he is a pretty good guy but I never understood why the heck he is “the Irish Hammer” honestly it is a joke

  16. Scotty4life on November 10th, 2010 11:12 pm

    Yes Slate is hurt but I dont know the severity of the injury. He did play most of the game at safety and with a running back like Riley miller why run slate and risk aggravating his injury to a more serious one. Kids good and why hurt him if he can help in the future

  17. air-it-out on November 11th, 2010 9:13 am

    Scotty4life, you are going a little overboard here.. You picked one game correctly and now all of a sudden you think you are the next John Madden. Idk what game you were watching but mobbs still threw the ball terrible last week, three dropped picks and a couple balls that werent even close. They cant take shots down the field cuz he doesnt have the arm to do it and we dont have the athletes to go get the ball. You said you played last year, so this thing about jared seems more like a personal problem. Jared is the only option that they have if Slate is unable to run again this week. Looks like we are going to need a couple bounces to go our way this week to even have a shot. Go Kelso!

  18. kelso on November 11th, 2010 1:03 pm

    slate miller will be running the ball. no doubt about it

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