Seattle Mist clobber Green Bay Chill 42-8 | Lingerie Football League

The Kent-based Seattle Mist used a trick play for a touchdown on their first play of the game and went on to crush the Green Bay Chill 42-8 in their Lingerie Football League opener.

Seattle Mist running back Kam Warner slams through a Green Bay Chill defender Sept. 30. Warner scored three touchdowns as the Mist won 42-8 in their Lingerie Football League opener.

Seattle Mist running back Kam Warner slams through a Green Bay Chill defender Sept. 30. Warner scored three touchdowns as the Mist won 42-8 in their Lingerie Football League opener.

The Kent-based Seattle Mist used a trick play for a touchdown on their first play of the game and went on to crush the Green Bay Chill 42-8 in their Lingerie Football League opener.

Seattle’s Laurel Creel, a reserve quarterback who started at running back for the trick play, took a pitch from quarterback Angela Rypien and fired a 35-yard touchdown pass to Jessica Hopkins in the Sept. 30 game at Green Bay. The game was televised on MTV2.

The Mist (1-0) led 22-8 at halftime and continued to pull away from the Chill (0-2) in the second half.

Rypien, the daughter of Mark Rypien, a former Washington State University and Washington Redskins quarterback, completed 6 of 16 passes for 81 yards and three touchdowns.

Hopkins had two touchdown receptions and was named co-MVP of the game with teammate Kam Warner. Warner had four carries for 51 yards, three receptions for 54 yards and scored three touchdowns as she constantly broke tackles or ran over defenders. Warner also had eight tackles at linebacker.

Seattle returns to action against the Las Vegas Sin (1-0) at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4 at the ShoWare Center in Kent.


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