By Matthew Stephens
Valley Herald 

Ridgeline soars over Seattle Prep


Last updated 11/9/2023 at 11:26am

Matthew Stephens

Brayden Allen, who owns multiple records in the Greater Spokane League reaches up to grab a pass out of the rain during the Nov. 4 playoff game.

LIBERTY LAKE – The Ridgeline Falcons hosted their first ever home playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 4 for the 3A district round.

They won big, taming the Panthers 38-14 in the heavy rain.

The bad weather caused some turnover issues as well, and that is a big part of why the Falcons dominated.

The Falcon defense kept Panther quarterback Beau Oaksmith under pressure for most of the game, forcing him to flee the pocket. This pressure forced him to make hurried passes resulting in multiple interceptions.

In the first half Oaksmith was able to break free for some big runs which kept the Panthe...

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