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Buccaneers conquer Vikings in last league game

The Kingston Buccaneers ended the regular season with a victory over the North Kitsap Vikings on Oct. 29.

The game was the last game the teams would play in the Olympic League this year, ending 47-21.

The Pillage and Plunder Bowl - the nickname for the matchup - put the Bucs at a 6-3 overall record and a 5-2 league record. The Viking's season ended with a record of 1-8 overall and 1-6 in the league.

The Bucs will play their first 2A playoff game against Lindbergh High School at 7 p.m. on Saturday at the Renton Memorial Stadium, 406 N Logan, Seattle.

The Vikings will play a crossover game against an opponent from the South Puget Sound League next Friday starting at 7 p.m. at the North Kitsap Stadium.

Stats

Rushing- Vikings: Jon Hawkins 13-53, Codie Allen 3-40.

Bucs: Lou Hecker 28-233, Sam Greene 2-43, Nicholas Zehrung 3-17, Sam Byers 3-9, Derick White 2-5, Nickolus Tabanera-Geras 4-22.

Passing- Vikings: A.J. Milyard 14-18-1-170, Jon Hawkins 1-1-39.

Bucs: Sam Byers 2-5-60.

Receiving- Vikings: Codie Allen 2-44, Steffan Jeffcoat 3-17, Wil Nguyen 4-91, Alex Nettleton 6-60.

Bucs: Stephen Gorman 1-49, George Marinan 1-11.

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