One of the best seasons in Kee football history comes to a close with 67-22 quarterfinals loss at top-five rated and undefeated Easton Valley

Contributions on both sides ... Kee football senior Jaylen Drape advances the ball after catching a pass in the Hawks’ 67-22 Eight-Player quarterfinals loss at unbeaten and top-five rated Easton Valley Thursday, November 4. Drape caught two passes for 10 yards and Kee’s first touchdown of the game while also wrapping up five solo tackles and one assisted stop. Photo courtesy of the Kee High School Yearbook. View and find out how to purchase this photo and more by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.

by Perry Hesse

One of the best seasons in the history of the Kee football program came to an end Thursday night, November 4 at the home of the undefeated and top-five rated Easton Valley (EV) River Hawks with a 67-22 loss in the quarterfinal round of the Eight-Player State Play-Offs. The Hawks finish their season with an overall record of 9-2 with both losses coming against that same Easton Valley team, the other defeat at the hands of the River Hawks coming just three weeks earlier by only a 51-46 result in a game that determined the Eight-Player District 5 champion.

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