Liberty Patriots stay undefeated with win over Nathan Hale

Dulin Hayden and Austin Regis each ran for two touchdowns in the victory.

Dulin Hayden and Austin Regis each ran for two touchdowns on Friday as the Liberty Patriots raced past the Nathan Hale Raiders 38-0 at the North East Athletic Complex in Seattle to remain undefeated on the season.

Hayden’s first touchdown reportedly came in the first quarter on a 19-run that gave the Patriots a 7-0 lead as the quarter came to an end.

In the second, Hayden again found the end zone on a 13-yard run. One minute later, Myles Heyward picked off a Raiders passing attempt and returned it for a 15-yard pick-six touchdown. Finally, with less than a minute left, Holden Kooiker kicked a 20-yard field goal, adding to his total of five extra points, to give Liberty a 24-0 halftime lead.

The Patriots kept it up int he second half with Regis getting a 3-yard touchdown in the third and following it up with a 4-yard TD run in the fourth.

Liberty’s defense made it stand as Torey Anderson, Isiah Owens and Caleb Carr each also had interceptions during the game.

Liberty is now 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in the KingCo Conference. They travel to West Seattle on Friday.

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