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CoGo's Feature Matchup: Washington 34, Mount Pleasant 15

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The top two teams in the Interstate Conference squared off in Washington Friday night and the Little Prexies used a late-game surge to knock off the Vikings and gain the inside track to the conference title.

Washington capitalized on five Mount Pleasant turnovers and pulled away from the Vikings in a battle of the top two teams in the Interstate Conference with a 34-15 win on Friday night.

Mount Pleasant led 15-14 in the third quarter before Washington exploded in the final 12 minutes, scoring the game's final 20 points.

Malik Wells scored a pair of touchdowns and Dequay Isbell scored on a 75-yard interception return.

Washington opened the scoring when Jonathan Spina scored from 2-yards out and converted he two-points afterward to put the Prexies ahead 8-0. Mount Pleasant answered with a Chris Wagner TD, but missed the conversion to tie the score 8-8.

Mount Pleasant went ahead 15-14 when Trevor Salopek broke open for a 62-yard run.

Washington responded with a Malik Wells score, and Jordan West added a two-point conversion to re-take the lead 22-15.

Back-to-back fourth quarter interceptions by Dequay Isbell sealed the game for the Prexies, who added a pair of TDs off the turnovers, including a a 75-yard interception return by Isbell.

Mount Pleasant's Salopek finished with 113 yards on the day, while Washington's Wells ran for 93 yards, and Isbell added 72.

The Vikings lost starting running back Jake Adamrovich to a hip injury and quarterback Nathan Pieszak to an ankle injury on the game.

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