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Tri-Cities rolls over Kent Predators in Indoor Football League game

The logo for the Kent Predators Indoor Football League team. - Submitted artwork
The logo for the Kent Predators Indoor Football League team.
— image credit: Submitted artwork

Tri-Cities quarterback Houston Lillard threw four touchdown passes to help lead the Fever to a 71-24 win over the Kent Predators in a professional Indoor Football League game Saturday at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.

Kent starting quarterback Charles McCullum sat out the game with an injury, according to the Tri-City Herald Web site.

The Predators lost their third consecutive game. They are 3-6 and in fourth place in the five-team Pacific North Division.

Tri-Cities (3-5) moved into third place with the victory. Kent has beaten the Fever twice this season.

Kent struggled on offense all night. The Fever recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown, returned another fumble for a score and returned two interceptions for touchdowns.

The Predators return home to play the Fairbanks Grizzlies at 7:30 p.m. May 14 at the ShoWare Center. Fairbanks has a 5-3 record.

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