Quarterback Tyler Hilinski throws for 171 yards and two scores and adds a 14-yard touchdown run.
Washington State held its final scrimmage of fall camp at Martin Stadium on Saturday. The Cougar offense threw for two touchdowns and rushed for three scores, while the defense registered seven sacks and two interceptions and recovered a fumble.
Quarterback Tyler Hilinski threw for 171 yards and two scores and also opened the scoring with a 14-yard touchdown run. Wideout Kyle Sweet followed with a leaping touchdown grab on Hilinski’s next series.
Running back Alijah Lee added two short touchdown runs, and running back Gerard Wicks scored on a short pass from 2 yards out. Kicker Erik Powell went 1 for 2 on his field-goal attempts, missing from 45 but hammering one through from 55 yards out.
Sweet led all receivers with five receptions for 69 yards while freshman Isaiah Johnson-Mack added four catches for 36 yards. Running back James Williams led the way with 29 yards on three carries.
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Defensively, Charleston White picked off Luke Falk and Kirkland Parker later made a diving interception on Hilinski. The defense also saw Darius Lemora force a fumble near the goal line.
Seattle Sounders FC 2 (7-11-6, 27 points) lost 1-0 at San Antonio FC (8-8-7, 31 points). S2 returns to the Pacific Northwest for a two-match homestand against Portland Timbers 2 on Aug. 29 and Vancouver Whitecaps 2 on Sept. 2.
• Washington lost an exhibition match at New Mexico 1-0. The Lobos scored in the 84th minute. The teams also played two additional 20-minute periods.
Eastern Washington defeated Diamond Valley 78-67 during its tour of Australia.