Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Liberty 76, Mililani 53

HENDERSON, Nev. >> Playing just outside a city known for its slot machines, Mililani and host Liberty spent Friday in the Las Vegas valley lighting up the scoreboard like it was a pinball machine.
But in the end, it was the host Patriots who hit the jackpot.

Ethan Dedeaux scored seven touchdowns for Liberty, and the Trojans could never overcome their first halftime deficit of the season, and fell to Liberty 76-53.

Mililani quarterback McKenzie Milton threw five touchdowns for the Trojans (3-1), including four to Kalakaua Timoteo. But Mililani coach Rod York said not being able to stop Liberty's ground game was the Trojans' undoing, as the team saw its 21-game winning streak snapped.

"Liberty lined up and pounded us," York said. "We couldn't tackle their backs. Their line was superb. They outcoached me. Give them all the credit in the world."



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