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Wolves rout Clover Park 51-0
A dozen different South Kitsap players carried the ball.
And only three players -- including backup quarterback Gordy Anderson, who twice took a knee at the end of the game -- didn't produce double-digit yards.
It was that kind of game for the Wolves, who won their fourth consecutive game, 51-0, against Clover Park in nonleague play Friday night at Harry E. Lang Stadium in Lakewood.
The Wolves (5-2), who outgained the Warriors 519 to 169 yards, had six different players rush for touchdowns. Stephen Tucker had one of them and 135 yards at halftime en route to 179 yards on 19 carries.
Sean Allison also had 92 yards and two touchdowns on six carries as the Wolves finished with 472 rushing yards.
South's defense might have been even more impressive. After CP (2-5) drove to the South 25-yard line on its first series before failing to convert on fourth down, the Warriors weren't able to get into the Wolves' territory until the third quarter. South held a 30-0 lead by that point.
The total offense numbers likely would've been even lower for the Warriors, but Eneliko Lafaele gained 47 yards on five carries late in the game against South's reserves. DiJon Shird paced CP with 63 yards on 13 carries.
The Wolves, who are tied for first place in the Narrows League Bridge Division with Gig Harbor at 3-0, host the Tides at 7 p.m. Friday to decide the division winner.