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Cards drop fifth straight

Medical Lake scores but points come off defense in 15-6 loss


October 5, 2017

Medical Lake football put the scoring drought behind them, but unfortunately it was not on offense in a 15-6 loss to Riverside in a Northeast A League football game played Sept. 29 in Colbert.

The Cardinals (0-3 NEA, 0-5 overall) got an interception return from Austin Kokesh for a pick-six touchdown and led 6-0 with 10 minutes, 14 seconds to play in the first quarter.

“Uriah Taylor did a great job of coming out of coverage to pressure the quarterback,” head coach Mo Owen wrote in an email. “Austin Kokesh hustled to get into the flat and the QB passes it right to him; he is a wide rec...

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