Points For: ~76
Points Per Game: ~19
Points Against: ~228
Opponent Points Per Game: 57
After having almost all of the 1918 season canceled, the Bearcats finally returned to the gridiron in 1919. The first game would be a road game against a powerful Wenatchee team but there was still hope that the Bearcats could still be competitive. What followed was the worst loss in team history by a score of 148-0 as reported by the Monroe Monitor. According to the Wenatchee World, the team scored so many points that the scoreboard stopped keeping track of the score so the newspaper couldn’t report a definitive score. Embarrassed by the rout, the Bearcats came back the next week to take out their frustrations out on Edmonds, winning in a 62-7 blowout. The next week the Bearcats fell to Arlington, though the score was not reported, and would get blow out again at Marysville 73-14 to end the season.
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