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Northwest Falls at Quince Orchard 28-7



After a Northwest defensive stop on the opening drive of the game, and a quick Northwest touchdown, it seemed as though the annual battle between the big cats of the Montgomery County 4A division ­­­— the Quince Orchard Cougars and the Northwest Jaguars — would go Northwest’s way. However, the Jags would not find the end zone again on Friday night. It was the first time the Jags have lost at Quince Orchard since 2010, and the second year in a row that the Cougars would be the Jags in the regular season.


The Jags got on the scoreboard first with a 15-yard touchdown pass from Mark Pierce to Reggie Anderson to cap off an 80 yard drive.

However, the Cougars would answer back on their next drive. After a 52-run by junior running back Marvin Beander, and 15-yard Jags penalty, Quince Orchard sophomore quarterback Doc Bonner would hand the ball to senior Shawn Barlow who rumbled three yards into the end zone for six points. Northwest’s Devino Frasier would block the extra point attempt to maintain an ever so slight 7-6 Northwest lead.