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Lindbergh football rolls to 32-0 win in opener
The Lindbergh Eagles got three touchdowns from their offense and two more from their defense on the way to an easy 32-0 season opener at Ingraham on Friday.
Though no team scored in the first quarter, Lindbergh broke it open with a 20-point second quarter.
The Eagles opened the scoring with a 4-yard touchdown run from Devon Jackson and then followed with a 9-yard run from Devin Simon.
Lindbergh's offense then got a boost when Trevonn Russell intercepted a Ingraham pass play and ran it back for a 46-yard touchdown play. Simon added a 2-point conversion and the Eagles went to the half with a 20-0 lead.
Again, neither team could push through in the third quarter, but in the fourth, Simon picked up his second touchdown of the game with a 7-yard rush to the endzone.
Then, as Ingraham tried to rally, John Williamson grabbed an interception of his own and ran it back 47 yards for a touchdown to seal victory for the Eagles.
Lindbergh, who open with three straight road games, are set to take on Steilacoom at 7 p.m. Friday at Steilacoom High School.