La Center enters Trico League portion of the schedule

Wildcats to play at King’s Way Christian Friday

La Center Wildcats (2-2)

La Center coach John Lambert called Jackson Leslie (pictured here) the “best blocking wide receiver around.’’ Photo by Mike Schultz
La Center coach John Lambert called Jackson Leslie (pictured here) the “best blocking wide receiver around.’’ Photo by Mike Schultz

Week 1: Hockinson 42, La Center 6

Week 2: Woodland 35, La Center 28

Week 3: La Center 35, Ridgefield 7

Week 4: La Center 30, Hoquiam 19

Next: La Center at King’s Way Christian, 6 p.m. Friday

The Wildcats are ready to start league play after a tough non-league schedule. Didn’t get to see this one, but La Center scored 17 points in the second quarter to take control and cruised to the non-league win. Here are some notes from coach John Lambert.

What did Coach John Lambert learn about his team in Week 4? “We need to focus on finishing a team and not letting up in the second half.”

MVP on offense: Jackson Leslie. “Best blocking wide receiver around,’’ Lambert said. “Also can make big catches.”

MVP on defense: Wyatt Siebert had his best game of the season, Lambert said, with multiple sacks.

Thoughts on Week 5 vs. King’s Way Christian: “Finally to league play,’’ Lambert said. “King’s Way has some talented and tough players.”

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