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Published: Friday, October 12, 2012, 10:37 p.m.

Prep football: King's 57, Granite Falls 7

GRANITE FALLS -- King's quarterback Billy Green completed 14 of 19 for 225 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Knights to a victory over Granite Falls in a Cascade Conference game. Mathew Hamilton led the the Tigers, rushing for 101 yards on seven carries in the loss.
At Hi Jewel Stadium
King's 21 14 14 8 -- 57
Granite Falls 7 0 0 0 -- 7
K--Ben Welch 1 run (Fransen kick)
GF--Kyle Everett 15 run (Leitzke kick)
K--Caleb Taylor 52 yd pass from Billy Green (Fransen kick)
K--Welch 3 run (Fransen kick)
K--Trevor Hansen 5 yd run (Fransen kick)
K--Brian Hughes 15 yd pass from Green (Fransen kick)
K--Taylor 65 yd pass from Green (Fransen kick)
K--Hockman 4 run (Fransen kick)
K--Laka Wilkins 4 run (Taylor 2 pt conversion)
Records--King's 5-0 league, 7-0 overall. Granite Falls 1-3, 2-5.

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