Mead's big third quarter results in win

CHENEY – The boys football team had one of its best starts of the season in a Greater Spokane League game at home against Mead. But as has been the case all season the Blackhawks had a critical point that helped Mead collect a 48-29 win, Oct. 20 at Tom Oswald Field.

The Blackhawks (0-8 GSL) stayed close to the Panthers (4-3, 4-4 all games) for the first two quarters, trailing 21-14 at halftime.

A pair of touchdowns to Camden Collins from Sam Coffin kept Cheney in it as the two connected on conversions of 31 and 22 yards.

But Mead workhorse running back Keegan Mallon, who had four touchdowns on...


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