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Published: Tuesday, October 30, 2012, 10:26 p.m.

Prep football: Meridian 34, Coupeville 6

BLAINE -- Coupeville's season came to an end as Meridian dominated the first half en route to a victory. Just nine of Coupeville's 30 offensive snaps went for positive yardage. In fact, the Wolves gained just two first downs on runs or passes -- their other four came via Meridian defensive penalties.
Meridian, meanwhile had not problems scoring, as every drive but their third, which ended with a fumble, and their last, which ended when time expired, concluded in the end zone.
At Blaine H.S.
Coupeville 0 6 -- 6
Meridian 13 21 -- 34
M--Letrez Jones 2 run (Casey Bromet kick)
M--Relijah McMillan 16 pass from Max McGuinn (kick failed)
M--Trevin Todd 36 pass from McGuinn (Bromet kick)
M--Chad Richter 12 fumble return (Bromet kick)
C--Jared Dickson 4 pass from Gunnar Langvold (pass failed)
M--Junior Castro 33 run (Bromet kick)
Records--Coupeville 2-8 overall. Meridian 7-4.

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