Mount Si Wildcats shut out Issaquah Eagles, 21-0

September 11, 2012

By Staff

Issaquah High School’s football team was shutout in its second nonconference game of the year by the Mount Si Wildcats by a score of 21-0 Sept. 7.

Mount Si’s stout defense only allowed the Eagles to cross the 50-yard line three times.

One bright spot for Issaquah was running back Jack Gellatly who rushed for 107 yards on 17 carries. Gellatly was instrumental in the Eagles’ victory in week one over Interlake with three rushing touchdowns.

“Issaquah’s always got great athletes and they are always dangerous,” Mount Si head coach Charlie Kinnune told The Seattle Times. “The Gellatly kid is a state-class football kid. Anytime you have one of him or his brothers in the backfield, you’ve got to be nervous.”

Next up, Issaquah faces off with O’Dea in West Seattle on Sept. 14.

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