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Redmond crushes Interlake, 55-7 | Football
Redmond ran wild over Interlake on Friday night with a 55-7 nonleague victory.
The Mustangs — who led 35-7 at halftime — amassed 354 yards rushing and got three touchdowns from tailback Bryce Steckler (83, 12 and 11 yards), two from starting quarterback Zach Wheat (42 and 39 yards), one from backup quarterback A.J. Rial (14 yards) and one from running back Nick Konkle (6 yards).
Defender Jake Talbot also returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown and Nick Kopak converted seven PATs.
Steckler ran the ball nine times for 156 yards and Wheat had eight carries for 155 yards. On the passing front, Wheat was 6-for-11 for 82 yards and Chris Carpenter caught four passes for 57 yards.
On defense, Talbot and Jonathan Kirschner had eight tackles each (three solo and five assists) and Nathan Moon had two sacks.
Head coach Jason Rimkus — who formerly coached at Interlake — has led the Mustangs to a 2-0 record this season.
Redmond will next play at 7 p.m. on Friday at Seattle Prep (West Seattle Stadium).