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Indians coach Gary Dorman was an assistant coach on the team’s last six trips to the 8-man state championship game, and is now in charge as Touchet face Neah Bay on Friday in Tacoma.
Whatever happens Friday afternoon in the Tacoma Dome, emotions are sure to be raw on the Touchet sidelines.
Touchet overcame four first half turnovers and 30-6 deficit to defeat Rosalia 62-36 here Saturday night at Edgar Brown Stadium and earn its first trip to the gridiron classic since 2002.
TOUCHET — The opposing head coaches in Saturday’s Class 1B state semifinal football game between Touchet and Rosalia at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco are in agreement.
Rosalia enters the semifinals fresh off a 76-32 win against Colton last weekend.
Stingy defense and hard-nosed offense propels Touchet into the state semifinals, 36-14, over Wilbur-Creston.
SPOKANE — When Touchet and Wilbur-Creston square off here late Saturday afternoon in a Washington Class B1 state quarterfinal football game at West Valley High, it will be a battle between two offensive juggernauts.
Touchet had seven football players named to the All-Southeast 1B-8 team, with Pomeroy adding one.
West Valley High School in Spokane will be the site of this weekend’s Class 1B quarterfinal football game between Touchet and Wilbur-Creston.
TOUCHET — Gary Dorman was still awaiting word this morning as to when and where his Touchet High football team would next take the field in the Washington Class 1B 8-man state quarterfinals.
Touchet’s defense terrorized Sam Schafer, Odessa-Harrington’s junior quarterback, in a 68-14 Indians victory.
Touchet has used its depth all season long, and coach Gary Dorman doesn’t plan to change it up against Odessa-Harrington Friday.
DeSales, Waitsburg-Prescott and Touchet are all in contention for a state championship.
The Touchet volleyball season came to an end Saturday as the Indians fell in straight sets to St. John-Endicott, 25-23, 25-6, 25-6 in the District 9 tournament.
Touchet enters the playoffs as the No. 2 seed after a 56-8 win against Sunnyside Christian on Thursday.
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