By Tim Clinton
Two teams on the move met at Highline Memorial Stadium Thursday, but only one managed to do much moving up and down the field.
Kennedy Catholic cruised to a 49-0 lead over Foster by halftime and held the margin through the second half for the win.
The Lancers clinched the Seamount League title thanks to that win and a 56-12 Hazen loss to Lindbergh on Friday.
They improved to 5-0 in Seamount League play and to 7-0 overall with one game to go -- a 7 p.m. Thursday meeting with Hazen -- the only other Class 3A team in the league -- at Renton Stadium.
"Here we play every game as important," said Kennedy head coach Bob Bourgette, whose team is still eyeing an undefeated regular season. "You just have to play your best against your opponent. It doesn't matter what the standings are."
Foster, meanwhile, is in a must-win situation.
The Bulldogs (2-3, 2-6) face off against Evergreen in a 7 p.m. home game Friday, and a win there would clinch a top three finish among the 2A teams in the Seamount League and send them to the postseason.
"We have to beat Evergreen to get an opportunity," said Foster head coach Matt Leonard.