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Eastlake quarterback Grady Robison ran for two touchdowns and the Wolves held off Mount Si 24-18 in a 4A KingCo football game Friday night.

Eastlake led 14-10 at halftime and built a 24-10 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Mount Si quarterback Clay Millen, who picked up an offer from Arizona earlier in the week, connected with Kevin Corder on a 65-yard touchdown pass to pull the Wildcats within six with 6:14 to play. But Eastlake's defense held firm and kept Millen in check the rest of the way.

After losing to Monroe 42-41 to start the season, Eastlake (4-1) has won four straight games. Mount Si (3-2) lost its second consecutive game. The Wildcats entered the night ranked No. 9 in the latest Scorebook Live 4A coaches poll.

Here are photos from the game:

(All photos by Don Borin, StopAction Photography)