Football Rewind: Central Kitsap 45, Bainbridge 6September 7th, 2013 by jeff graham
Not much to say when one team goes up 45-0 on another team early in the third quarter of a football game, but here are a few thoughts about Central Kitsap’s 45-6 win over Bainbridge on Friday at Silverdale Stadium.
–Central Kitsap tight end Brion Anduze is a stud, plain and simple. He basically turned a pair of 6-yard catches into 50- and 53-yard touchdowns. He’s got speed, strength, good hands, catch-and-run ability. And he’s only one game into his junior season. As a receiver, I think Anduze is ahead of where Austin Seferian-Jenkins was during his junior season at Gig Harbor.
–Central Kitsap coach Mark Keel told me before Friday’s game that Sean Barefield would likely start the season at the team’s top running back, but I believe Vaughn Beebe is going to end up being “the guy.” Beebe is bigger and showed nice ability on the edges. Seemed to be shifty enough to make the first tackler miss and strong enough to get extra yardage. He had 99 yards Friday on only five carries. Expect that workload to grow in the coming weeks.
–Bainbridge was without several starters, including top tight end Casey Brink, who is a versatile weapon for the Spartans. I don’t think Bainbridge should have too much trouble staying competitive in the Metro League, but the Spartans might want to find another school to play in Week 1 next season. Losing 48-7 and 45-6 in successive years against CK isn’t a trend that needs to continue.