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Friday Football Roundup: Titans Roll Past Wildcats

By The Chronicle

MENLO — Max Smith ran for four touchdowns to lead Pe Ell-Willapa Valley to a 42-7 win against Ocosta in a SWW 2B Coastal Division football game here on Friday night.

The win, against the previously unbeaten Wildcats, wrapped up the Coastal Division championship for the Titans.

“That was a huge thing,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “They were undefeated, ranked in state, and we just said we’re going to come out and play a game.”

The Titans did exactly that. Smith had 173 yards on 25 carries, and Kollin Jurek added 24 carries for 150 yards and a touchdown.

Quarterback Tyler Adkins was 3 of 10 for 55 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Sam Western caught one pass for 32 yards and Andrew Minton caught one pass for 18 yards and a score.

Smith started the scoring on an 11-yard run but Ocosta answered with Cole Hatton completing a 91-yard pass to Dakota Davis for a tie game after one quarter.

“We had to jump right all over them, and they did,” Fluke said. “They got one long touchdown pass early in the game, and then after that the defense just stepped up.”

The Titans scored 21 points in the second quarter. Smith had a score on a 4-yard run and Adkins completed an 18-yard TD pass to Minton. Jurek added the final score of the first half on a 10-yard run.

Smith scored the final two touchdowns in the fourth quarter on runs of 34 and two yards.

Adam Smaciarz played well on the offensive line, Fluke said, along with the rest of his fellow linemen.

“It was senior night in Valley, and the boys came out to play,” Fluke said. “We had a game plan to shut down their top player, and they did that.”

PWV (5-3, 4-0) travels to Ilwaco to wrap up the regular season on Friday night. The Titans will host the No. 4 team out of the Mountain Division in the Week 10 crossover round.

Onalaska Clinches Mountain Division Title With Win Over Adna

ADNA — The Loggers kept possession for most of the game in order to take down Adna 22-14 in a SWW 2B Mountain Division football game here on Friday night.

Onalaska finished the season 8-0 and clinched the Mountain Division title. The Loggers have a bye next week before the crossover round.

“It’s awesome. It’s a great feeling,” Onalaska coach Mazen Saade said. “That’s the goal these kids set forth back last year. They have other goals on the list, but this is the first one, and they’re excited.”

Ashton Haight had 278 yards on 53 carries and three touchdowns. Lucas Kreger tallied 115 yards on 12 carries. Onalaska didn’t attempt a pass.

“I thought we played okay to start with. We came out slow but our kids put something together,” Saade said. “We had a 7:05 drive to end the game. It took two knees to end it, and that’s probably the best seven minutes of football I’ve been a part of.”

Adna’s Cole Fay had 38 yards on 11 carries. Braden Thomas was 5 of 9 passing for 175 yards, a touchdown and an interception. Ryan Young caught two passes for 23 yards and a touchdown.

Thomas scored the first points of the game on a 70-yard fumble recovery for an 8-0 lead after one quarter. Haight scored on runs of one and eight yards for a 14-8 lead at halftime.

The Pirates tied the game with a Thomas 15-yard touchdown pass to Young. The Loggers milked the clock in the fourth quarter and an 8-yard run by Haight clinched the win for Onalaska.

“We played our asses off. We never had the ball. In the second half, we ran 12 plays,” Adna coach KC Johnson said. “When we did get it, we drove down and scored, but we couldn’t get it back. I was impressed with Ony, that’s one hell of a football team. Those kids, they were good last year, they deserve a lot of credit.”

It was the first win for the Loggers over Adna since 2004.

Adna (5-3, 1-2) wraps up the regular season next Friday at home against Morton-White Pass.

Rainier Cruises Past Morton-White Pass

RANDLE — The Timberwolves had six turnovers and Rainier took full advantage in a 57-8 win in a SWW 2B Football Mountain Division football game on Friday.

Rainier’s Brody Klein had 68 yards on six carries and a touchdown and had five catches for 77 yards and a touchdown. Kyle Peterson had seven carries for 60 yards and a touchdown.

Quarterback Mikey Green was 7 of 13 passing for 146 yards and two scores and also ran for two more touchdowns.

MWP’s Keegan Kelly had 56 yards on 11 carries and was 4 of 12 passing for 48 yards. Jayce Dean had one catch for 30 yards and Layten Collette had two catches for 17 yards.

Rainier scored 30 points in the first quarter and added 21 points in the second quarter for a 51-0 lead at halftime. Elias McMullin scored on a 7-yard touchdown run for the T-Wolves in the fourth quarter and Kelly ran in the conversion.

MWP lost five fumbles and had one interception.

“We dug ourselves a hole early, that was the story of the night,” MWP coach Lee Metcalf said. “We didn’t match up well physically. They’re a little bigger, a little stronger than us. We’ll keep fighting, we’ve got one more game left.”

MWP (1-7, 0-3) travels to Adna on Friday.

Vikings Sail Past Ducks

MOSSYROCK — The Vikings started slow in the first half but picked it up in the second half to earn a 27-12 win over Toutle Lake in a SWW 2B River Division football game here on Friday.

Mossyrock’s Colton McClure led the Vikings with 53 yards on seven carries and also had a fumble return for a score. He also caught four passes for 128 yards and two touchdowns.

Quarterback Aiden Weist was 8 of 17 passing for 144 yards and also ran in a score.

“They played really well. We struggled in the first half and made some adjustments,” Mossyrock coach Chris Fried said. “The defensive line stepped up and shut down the run up the middle. It was senior night, all of our seniors stepped it up and played a really good game.”

Chase Hadaller scored the first two touchdowns of the game for the Ducks and a 12-0 lead. Weist scored on a 2-yard run to cut the lead to 12-7 at halftime.

McClure returned a fumble 25 yards for a score and Weist connected with McClure on touchdown passes of 35 and 32 yards to complete the victory.

Mossyrock (3-5, 1-3) wraps up the season on the road next Friday against Toledo.

At Adna 


Onalaska     0    14    0    8     —22

Adna        8    0    0    6    —14

Scoring Summary

ADN — Braden Thomas 70-yard fumble recovery; Thomas run

ONY — Ashton Haight 1-yard run; conversion failed

ONY — Haight 8-yard run; Haight run

ADN — Thomas 15-yard pass to Ryan Young; kick failed

ONY — Haight 8-yard run; Haight run

Team Stats            ONY        ADN

First Downs            16        3

Rushing Yards            407        41

Passing Yards            0        27

Total Yards            407        68

Comp-Att-Int            0-0-0        5-9-1

Fumbles/Lost            3/1        2/1

Penalties/Yards        7/75        1/10

Individual Stats

Rushing: ONY — Ashton Haight 53/278/3, Lucas Kreger 12/115; ADNA — Cole Fay 11/38

Passing: ONY — N/A; ADN — Braden Thomas 5-9/175

Receiving: ONY — N/A; ADN — Ryan Young 2/23

At Randle


Rainier        30    21    0    6     —57

Morton-WP    0    0    0    8    —8

Scoring Summary

RAI — Carson Edminster fumble recovery; Green run

RAI — Mikey Green 15-yard pass to Mahaffey; Riffe Holmes run

RAI — Green 1-yard pass to Brody Klein; run failed

RAI — Klein 15-yard run; Green run

RAI — Green 24-yard run; Green to Holmes

RAI — Logan Bowers 35-yard fumble return; Ashton Holmes kick

RAI — Green 1-yard run; kick failed

MWP — Elias McMullin 7-yard run; Keegan Kelly run

RAI — Kyle Peterson 31-yard run; kick blocked

Team Stats            RAI        MWP

First Downs            15        4

Rushing Yards            193        53

Passing Yards            173        87

Total Yards            366        140

Comp-Att-Int            8-18-1        6-20-1

Fumbles/Lost            2/1        6/5

Penalties/Yards        12/59        1/16

Individual Stats

Rushing: RAI — Brody Klein 6/68, Kyle Peterson 7/60; MWP — Keegan Kelly 11/56

Passing: RAI — Mikey Green 7-13/146, Ian Sprouffske 1-5/27; MWP — Keegan Kelly 4-12/48, Hunter Hazen 2-8/39

Receiving: RAI — Brody Klein 5/77, Carson Edminster 1/54; MWP — Jayce Dean 1/30, Layten Collette 2/17

At Mossyrock


Toutle Lake    6    6    0    0     —12

Mossyrock    0    7    12    8    —27

Scoring Summary

TL — Chase Hadaller 2-yard run; kick failed

TL — Chase Hadaller 4-yard run; kick failed

MOS — Aiden Weist 2-yard run; Matthew Panuska kick

MOS — Colton McClure 25-yard fumble return; kick failed

MOS — Weist 35-yard pass to McClure; kick failed

MOS — Weist 32-yard pass to McClure; kick failed

MOS — Safety

Team Stats            TL        MOS

First Downs            9        12

Rushing Yards            127        130

Passing Yards            30        144

Total Yards            157        274

Comp-Att-Int            1-6-1        8-17-0

Fumbles/Lost            1/1        1/0

Penalties/Yards        5/31.5        7/55

Individual Stats

Rushing: TL — Chase Hadaller 28/90; MOS — Colton McClure 7/53

Passing: TL — Chase Hadaller 1-6/30; MOS — Aiden Weist 8-17/144

Receiving: TL — #81 1/30; MOS — Colton McClure 4/128

At Menlo 


Ocosta     7    0    0    0     —7

PWV        7    21    0    14    —42

Scoring Summary

PWV — Max Smith 11-yard run; Garrett Keeton kick

OCO — Cole Hatton 91-yard pass to Dakota Davis; kick good

PWV — Smith 4-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Tyler Adkins 18-yard pass to Andrew Minton; Keeton kick

PWV — Kollin Jurek 10-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 34-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 2-yard run; Keeton kick

Team Stats            OCO        PWV

First Downs            5        17

Rushing Yards            16/17        54/352

Passing Yards            203        55

Total Yards            220        407

Comp-Att-Int            9-21-2        3-10-1

Fumbles/Lost            1/1        1/1

Penalties/Yards        9/70        12/110

Individual Stats

Rushing: OCO — Dakota Davis 7/26; PWV — Max Smith 25/173/4, Kollin Jurek 24/150

Passing: OCO — Cole Hatton 8-20/183/1/2; PWV — Tyler Adkins 3-10/55/1/1

Receiving: OCO — Davis 5/179; PWV — Sam Western 1/32, Andrew Minton 1/18

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