Prep football preview: King’s Way Christian vs. Fort Vancouver


Non-league game

When, where: 5 p.m. Friday; Kiggins Bowl, Discovery MS, Vancouver

Last week: King’s Way Christian beat Umatilla 48-28; Fort Vancouver lost to Columbia River 35-13

Last meeting: First meeting

Players to watch: King’s Way QB Liam Nabors has passed for 1,277 yards and 14 TDs. He passed for 442 last week. Fort WR Kyron Lowe-Ash has 22 catches for 303 yards.

Game notes: If last week is any indication, these teams may go up and down the field at Kiggins. Fort rolled up 423 yards of offense. King’s Way had 508 yards of offense against Umatilla. King’s Way has scored at least 41 points in every game this season, except a 50-21 loss to Castle Rock. King’s Way WR Matt Garrison has 27 catches for 483 yards and 6 TDs, including 12 and 228 last week. Fort has scored 5 TDs in their five losses and two have come on interceptions returns of 80 yards or more. Turnovers have been a killer for the Trappers.

The Prep Proletariat says: Not everyday you pick a 1A team playing an independent schedule to beat a 3A team on its home field. But that’s what we’re doing.. KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 35, FORT VANCOUVER 20

Score Czar says: King’s Way Christian 35, Fort Vancouver 8

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