The Crusaders made 36% of their shots from downtown compared to 19% for the Vikings.
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Scores for Eastlake, Eastside Catholic and Skyline from Friday and Saturday.
The Wolves fell short in a 76-41 loss on Tuesday.
The Wolves fell short 45-28 in their first loss of the season, but went further than any team in Eastlake history.
After defeating Sumner 46-29, the Wolves now move onto the semifinal round and another step closer to a state title.
The Wolves scored 41 unanswered points in the half, and played the only shut out game in the first round.
The Wolves blasted ahead 42-0 in the first half, all but sealing the Vikings’ fate.
Wolves’ 21-3 victory caps a stellar undefeated season and positions Eastlake as one of the top football teams in Washington heading into playoffs.
Despite the festive homecoming atmosphere, the Spartans fell short in a 38-21 loss.
With a pick 6 and fumble recovery in the second quarter, Skyline scored two critical touchdowns that helped the Spartans win.