TACOMA -- Brian Lindgren went out a winner.

Throwing six touchdown passes, Lindgren led DeSales to its second straight Washington high school Class B-11 title with a 48-28 over the Orcas Island Vikings Friday in the Tacoma Dome.

Lindgren, a 6-foot-5, 195-pound senior, finished his prep career with 162 TD passes, including 63 this season. With Lindgren at quarterback, the Irish, of Walla Walla, were 35-4.

"I've grown up with these guys since kindergarten," Lindgren said. "To win state again is a great experience."

DeSales (12-1) scored the first time it had the ball -- 1:50 into the game -- on a 61-yard touchdown pass from Lindgren to Ty Baffney, but the Vikings (9-5) came right back to tie the score at 7 on a 1-yard TD run by Kawika McGuire.

Lindgren's second TD pass, a 17-yarder to Patt Barry, put the Irish ahead to stay at 14-7 with 3:43 to go in the opening quarter.

McGuire, a 5-8, 175-pound senior, kept Orcas Island in the game with a 203-yard rushing effort on 20 carries, including an 84-yard run for a TD in the second quarter.

Lindgren was 24-for-31 for 315 yards and six touchdowns with no interceptions. Brian Fortin helped keep the Vikings off balance by gaining 140 yards, including a 3-yard TD run in the third period, on 16 carries.

Baffey had two TD catches from Lindgren, including a 1-yarder with 1:30 left in the first half to put DeSales ahead 28-14.

Lindgren had a 33-yard scoring pass to Casey Richard in the second quarter and passes of 14 yards to Marshall Donnelly and 26 to J.C. Biagi for TDs in the final period.

DeSales beat Mossyrock 61-28 in last year's B-11 championship game after losing to Willapa Valley 27-20 in Lindgren's sophomore year.

Donnelly caught 10 passes for 90 yards. The Irish had four new receivers and a new tight end this season.

Lindgren wants to play college football. He's not sure where, though. He said Montana, Idaho, Boise State, Stanford, Oregon and Purdue were talking to him.

"I'll know something in the next month," he said.

"He's definitely (NCAA) Division I," Irish coach Pat Graham said. "He's got good size and decent arm strength. He'll be a steal for someone."

CAPITAL 29, MARINER 27 -- The Capital Cougars made it two championships in three seasons, but it was too close to be comfortable.

With Taber Lee throwing for three touchdowns, the Cougars edged the Mariner Marauders to capture the Washington Class 3A crown.

The game ended with Capital (12-1) at the Mariner 31 after Amon Green scored on a 3-yard run to cut the Cougars' lead to two points with 2:02 left.

The Marauders (10-3) attempted an onside kick. Capital's Casey O'Conner fumbled the ball, but teammate Scott Barber recovered on the Mariner 44 with 1:59 to go.

The Cougars needed a first down to run out the clock and they got it on a 13-yard run by Jared Trigg to the Marauders' 30.

Capital won the 1996 state 3A title with a 17-7 victory over West Valley of Yakima.

Lee's third TD pass -- an 87-yard play to O'Conner -- gave Capital a 29-20 lead with 7:05 left after Mariner lost a critical fumble when the Marauders appeared on the way to scoring a go-ahead touchdown.