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By David Pan
Sports editor 

Big plays sink King's in second half | Football


Last updated 10/3/2019 at 10:50am

King’s played its best first half of football of the entire season.

But then the Knights gave up too many big plays in the second half and ended up falling 23-14 to Cascade (Leavenworth) in a nonconference game Friday, Sept. 27, at Woolsey Stadium.

“It was exceptional,” King’s coach Jim Shapiro said of his team’s first-half performance. “The defense held them off. The second half we didn’t play poorly. We gave up three big plays. We still played good football.”

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