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Centennial sets up top-10 showdown
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On a night of blowouts, Centennial's football team showed itself to be a team to be reckoned with after dispatching David Douglas 67-53 in a game that wasn't as close as the final score would suggest.
In charge 41-14 at the half, the Eagles came out of the locker room and quickly found the end zone again. Quarterback Mychael Kane capped the opening drive of the third quarter with a 10-yard run through the middle of the field on a play that left everyone else on the field standing still.
The Eagles kept the scoreboard spinning when Jesse Porter took a pitch out from back-up QB Kaiden Lansford and turned the corner for a 4-yard touchdown run that sent Centennial into the fourth quarter with a 40-point lead.
Centennial (4-1) hosts Central Catholic (3-2) in a clash of top-10 teams next Friday.
Look for expanded coverage in the Tuesday, Oct. 4, print edition of The Outlook.
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