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Published: Friday, October 5, 2012, 11:04 p.m.

Prep football: Granite Falls 47, Coupeville 14

COUPEVILLE -- Mathew Hamilton led Granite Falls with seven carries for 208 yards and three rushing touchdowns in a Cascade Conference victory. Tanner Peep and Kyle Everett both had 75 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers. Coupeville had trouble kicking past Michael Strickland, who had a blocked punt and a blocked extra point on the night. Both Coupeville touchdowns were Bryce Fleming receptions from Korbin Korzan.
At Coupeville H.S.
Granite Falls 21 13 13 0 -- 47
Coupeville 0 14 0 0 -- 14
GF--Peep 4 run (Poplin kick)
GF--Hamilton 70 run (Poplin kick)
GF--Everett 38 run (Poplin kick)
C--Fleming from Korzan 17 pass (kick blocked)
GF--Peep 46 run (Poplin kick)
C--Fleming from Korzan 12 pass (2pt conversion good)
GF--Hamilton 35 run (kick failed)
GF--Everett 5 run (kick failed)
GF--Hamilton 65 run (Poplin kick)
Records--Granite Falls 2-2 league, 2-4 overall. Coupeville 0-1, 1-5.

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