Top 5 Plays of the WeekPosted: Updated:
The push towards a state title has many of our local athletes stepping up. Let's find out which ones cracked this week's top five plays of the week.
5.) The state cross country championships took place Saturday in Pasco. The Eisenhower track team had a day. Both the boys and girls 4A squads won the team championships. The boy's team became the first non-Spokane school to take the crown in 22 years.
4.) A Thursday night special on the high school grid iron, or more like a Prosser Mustang spectacular. Running back Isaac Anderson tosses defenders out of his way and follows his blockers en route to a 40 plus yard touchdown run.
3.) Chiawana High held its first playoff game in school history on Friday night. Return man Miquiyah Zamora collecting the school's first ever post season touchdown. He returned a punt 82 yards down the side line, sparking the Riverhawks to a 35-7 victory over Central Valley.
2.) In another playoff duel Kennewick's Grant Woods stole the show in the early go against Mount Spokane. On his first two touches in the game, Woods scored two touchdowns. The first a 35 yard touchdown run. The follow up came on an 89 yard kickoff return for a score.
1.) No doubt about number one. Central Washington's Redshirt freshman Stan Langlow made history against Simon Fraser Saturday. Langlow became the first Wildcat player in 40 years to collect three interceptions in one game. No surprise smiles all around for Langlow and the defense, which picked off Fraser's quarterback six times in all.