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2B Football Roundup: Tigers Blast Rainier, Finish Second in Mountain Division

By The Chronicle

RAINIER — The No. 2-ranked Tigers were coming off a bye week, and they looked rested here Friday night.

Laythan Demarest ran 13 times for 226 yards and four touchdowns, Gavin Parker added 109 yards on 11 carries with three scores, and Napavine crushed Rainier 51-6 to wrap up the regular season.

The Tigers finished second in the SWW 2B League Mountain Division, and will take on Winlock — the No. 3 team from the River Division — in the winner-to-state crossover round.

Napavine finished with 415 rushing yards, and 518 total yards.

Demarest scored the Tigers’ first four touchdowns on 1-, 40-, 53- and 17-yard runs. Parker scored the next two, on 7- and 9-yard runs, before Rainier got on the board with a 54-yard touchdown pass from Mikey Green to Carson Edminster in the second quarter.

Parker added his final touchdown in the third quarter, and Pietro DeBattista knocked through a 15-yard field goal in the fourth frame.

Green went 8 of 23 passing for 137 yards, but the Mountaineers were held in negative rushing yardage for the game.

Demarest also hit 8 of 14 passes for 103 yards for Napavine (7-1, 3-1 league).

Pirates Drub MWP to Cap Regular Season

ADNA — The Pirates scored 42 points in the first quarter and crushed MWP, 69-0, here Friday in SWW 2B League Mountain Division football action.

Adna finished the regular season with a 5-3 record (2-2 league), and will play Ocosta on Friday in the winner-to-state crossover round.

Cole Fay and Braden Thomas each accounted for three touchdowns in the first frame for the Pirates.

Fay scored on a 10-yard run and a 50-yard punt return, and took a pitch from Abel Ingle — after Ingle intercepted a pass — and ran it 25 yards for another touchdown.

Thomas notched 15- and 4-yard rushing touchdowns, and tossed a 70-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Young in the first quarter.

“Obviously, we wanted to come out and play a good first quarter, and execute better,” Adna coach K.C. Johnson said. “We’re healthy now, we’re trying to execute some things, and we’re really happy with how they approached it and how they played.”

Gabe Slape added a 28-yard touchdown in the second quarter, and Tristan Ridley and Jaxon Dunnagan ran in scores in the fourth quarter. Asa Ingle ran a fumble back 10 yards for the game’s final touchdown.

The Pirates ran for 229 yards. Slape led the way with five carries for 65 yards, and Thomas added five carries for 56 yards. Morton-White Pass was held to negative-3 yards of offense.

“We feel good about where this team’s at right now,” Johnson said. “We just need to go to Ocosta and take care of business, and then get in the playoffs.”

Ocosta (8-1) is the No. 2 seed out out of the SWW 2B League Coastal Division. The Wildcats’ lone loss came last week against Pe Ell-Willapa Valley, a team the Pirates beat 33-6 in both teams’ season opener. The winner moves on to the State 2B playoffs.

Cline, Cardinals Burn Up Wahkiakum 53-7

CATHLAMET — Bryce Cline tallied six touchdowns, and Winlock secured the No. 3 spot out of the SWW 2B League River Division here Friday with a 53-7 drubbing of Wahkiakum.

Coleson Richendollar rattled off a 38-yard run for the game’s first score, then hauled in a 42-yard touchdown pass from Cline to put the Cardinals up 13-0 in the first.

Eli Moon — a junior lineman moved to quarterback due to injuries — scored the Mules’ only touchdown on a 1-yard run early in the second frame. Cline then answered with a 51-yard scoring run, and hit Nolan Swofford (57 yards) and Noah Patching (30 yards) for touchdowns.

Cline also ran back an interception 86 yards, and notched a 23-yard touchdown run.

Swofford added a 39-yard rushing touchdown to close things out.

Cline finished with nine carries for 110 yards and two touchdowns, and hit 4 of 7 passes for 137 yards and three touchdowns. The Cardinals finished with 337 yards of offense and intercepted three Wahkiakum passes.

Winlock (6-3, 3-2 league) plays at Napavine (7-1) in the District 4 crossover round. The winner advances to the 16-team State 2B playoffs.

Toledo Blasts Mossyrock 52-20

TOLEDO — The Indians ended the regular season on a high note here Friday, topping Mossyrock 52-20 in SWW 2B League River Division football action.

The win means the Indians finish second in the River Division, and host the No. 3 team from the Coastal Division — Raymond — in the crossover round.

Toledo ran for 453 yards in the win, with Davin Kinsman leading the way with 15 carries for 180 yards. Duke Schaplow (11 carries for 117 yards) and Trey Rego (11 for 107) also hit triple digits.

“We played pretty well overall. We had some things to clean up — we gave up too many yards, and put the ball on the ground too many times,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said. “We’ve had over 500 yards the last two weeks against stout defenses, so I’m happy with the way we’re playing up front.”

Kinsman scored twice, on 34- and 68-yard runs, and Rego scored on 5- and 4-yard runs. Schaplow ran in a pair of scores and tossed a 15-yard touchdown to Miguel Soto.

Evan Gootgeld threw touchdown passes to Aiden Weist and Tevita Stajduhar, and Tryn Thompson added a 31-yard rushing touchdown for Mossyrock.

The Vikings finish the season with a 3-6 record.

Toledo hosts Raymond (4-5) on Thursday night in Kelso. The winner advances to the State 2B playoffs.

Titans Wallop Fishermen to Wrap Up Regular Season

ILWACO — Max Smith ran for two touchdowns and the Titans scored 27 points in the first half to earn a 48-8 win in a SWW 2B Coastal Division football game here on Friday.

Pe Ell-Willapa Valley already secured the division title last week and will host Rainier in the crossover round next week with a berth in the state tournament on the line.

Kollin Jurek ran for 201 yards and two scores on 13 carries and Smith had 108 yards and two TDs on eight carries.

Tyler Adkins was 2 of 3 for 34 yards and a touchdown pass and also ran in a score. Sam Western caught one pass for 19 yards and a touchdown and Wyatt Bush caught one pass for 15 yards.

Smith scored on a 1-yard run to initiate the scoring and Adkins ran in the next touchdown from 10 yards out. Adkins connected with Western for a 19-yard score before Ilwaco put their only points on the board. Landin Isaksen scored on a 4-yard run before halftime for a 27-8 lead at intermission.

Jurek ran in two scores in the third quarter and Smith had the other to put the finishing touches on the win.

“It was good. The team played excellent in every aspect of the game,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “The boys were playing good. Offensively, defensively, we were clicking. It’s the game we wanted to look sound going into the playoffs.”

The Titans wrap up the season 6-3 overall and 5-0 in the Coastal Division.

At Cathlamet 


Winlock    13    20    7    13     —53

Wahkiakum    0    7    0    0    —7

Scoring Summary

WIN — Coleson Richendollar 38-yard run; conversion failed

WIN — Bryce Cline 42-yard pass to Richendollar; Noah Patching kick

WAH — Eli Moon 1-yard run; Elijah Cothren kick

WIN — Cline 51-yard run; Patching kick

WIN — Cline 57-yard pass to Nolan Swofford; Patching kick

WIN — Cline 30-yard pass to Noah Patching; Patching kick

WIN — Cline 86-yard interception return; Patching kick

WIN — Cline 23-yard run; conversion failed

WIN — Swofford 39-yard run; Patching kick

Team Stats            WIN        WAH

First Downs            11        9

Rushing Yards            200        117

Passing Yards            137        97

Total Yards            337        214

Comp-Att-Int            4-7-1        7-19-3

Fumbles/Lost            1/1        1/0

Penalties/Yards        2/10        8/55

Individual Stats

Rushing: WIN — Bryce Cline 9/110; WAH — Eli Moon 20/47

Passing: WIN — Cline 4-7/137; WAH — Eli Moon 7-19/97

Receiving: WIN — Coleson Richendollar 1/42, Swofford 1/57, Patching 1/3; WAH — Jake Leitz 2/37

At Toledo


Mossyrock    0    14    0    6     —20

Toledo        24    14    7    7    —52

Scoring Summary

TOL — Davin Kinsman 34-yard run; Duke Schaplow to Carlo Arceo-hansen

TOL — Duke Schaplow 15-yard pass to Miguel Soto; Jacob Marley run

TOL — Schaplow 1-yard run; Arceo-Hansen run

TOL — Trey Rego 5-yard run; Rowdy Kirkendoll kick

MOS — Evan Gootgeld 11-yard pass to Aiden Weist; kick good

TOL — Schaplow 15-yard run; kick good

MOS — Gootgeld 5-yard pass to Tevita Stajduhar; kick good

TOL — Rego 4-yard run; kick good

TOL — Kinsman 68-yard run; kick good

MOS — Tryn Thompson 31-yard run; conversion failed

Team Stats            MOS        TOL

First Downs            N/A        N/A

Rushing Yards            142        453

Passing Yards            161        84

Total Yards            303        537

Comp-Att-Int            12-34-3    7-8-0

Fumbles/Lost            0/0        6/4

Penalties/Yards        N/A        N/A

Individual Stats

Rushing: MOS — Evan Gootgeld 32/41; TOL — Duke Schaplow 11/117, Davin Kinsman 15/180, Trey Rego 11/107

Passing: MOS — N/A; TOL — Duke Schaplow 7-8/84

Receiving: MOS — Ryan Belino 3/24, Colton McClure 5/42; TOL — Miguel Soto 3/38, Carlo Arceo-Hansen 2/33

At Rainier 


Napavine    20    21    7    3     —51

Rainier        0    6    0    0    —6

Scoring Summary

NAP — Demarest 1-yard run; Pietro DeBattista kick

NAP — Demarest 40-yard run; DeBattista kick

NAP — Demarest 53-yard run; kick failed

NAP — Demarest 17-yard run; DeBattista kick

NAP — Gavin Parker 7-yard run; DeBattista kick

NAP — Parker 9-yard run; DeBattista kick

RAI — Michael Green 54-yard pass to Carson Edminster; run failed

NAP — Parker 15-yard run; DeBattista kick

NAP — DeBattista 19-yard field goal

Team Stats            NAP        RAI

First Downs            17        4

Rushing Yards            415        -7

Passing Yards            103        137

Total Yards            518        130

Comp-Att-Int            8-14-0        8-23-0

Fumbles/Lost            4/2        1/0

Penalties/Yards        8/60        2/15

Individual Stats

Rushing: NAP — Demarest 13/226, Parker 11/109; RAI — N/A

Passing: NAP — Demarest 8-14/103; RAI — Green 8-23/137

Receiving: NAP — Landon Dahl 5/73; RAI — Brody Klein 2/34, Edminster 1/54

At Ilwaco


PWV           13    14    21    0       —48

Ilwaco       0    8    0    0       —8

Scoring Summary

PWV — Max Smith 1-yard run; conversion fail

PWV — Tyler Adkins 10-yard run; Garrett Keeton kick

PWV — Adkins 19-yard pass to Sam Western; conversion fail

ILW — Trevor Hutson 6-yard to Brady Vinsonhaler; Parker Kaech 2-point run

PWV — Landin Isaken 4-yard run; Adkins pass to Kollin Jurek

PWV — Jurek 15-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 46-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Jurek 64-yard run; Keeton kick

Team Stats           PWV       ILW

First Downs           19           6

Rushing Yards       427           12

Passing Yards       34           67

Total Yards           461           79

Comp-Att-Int           2-3-1       8-16-0

Fumbles/Lost       N/A           3/2

Penalties/Yards       5/45           4/17

Individual Stats

Rushing: PWV — Kollin Jurek 13/201, Max Smith 8/108; ILW — Parker Kaech 5/18

Passing: PWV — Tyler Adkins 2-3/34; ILW — Trevor Hutson 7-13/51

Receiving: PWV — Sam Western 1/19, Wyatt Bush 1/15; ILW — Parker Kaech 3/35

At Adna 


Morton-WP    0    0    0    0     —0

Adna        42    8    0    19    —69

Scoring Summary

ADN — Cole Fay 10-yard run; Braden Thomas kick

ADN — Thomas 15-yard run; Thomas kick

ADN — Thomas 4-yard run; Thomas kick

ADN — Thomas 70-yard pass to Ryan Young; Cole Fay run

ADN — Able Ingle interception, Cole Fay 25-yard run; pass failed

ADN — Fay 50-yard punt return; Thomas kick

ADN — Gabe Slape 28-yard run; Tristan Ridley run

ADN — Ridley 8-yard run; Cody Christian kick

ADN — Jaxon Dunnagan 1-yard run; kick failed

ADN — Asa Ingle 10-yard fumble recovery; no attempt

Team Stats            MWP        ADN

First Downs            0        10

Rushing Yards            3        229

Passing Yards            -6        113

Total Yards            -3        342

Comp-Att-Int            2-4-1        4-6-0

Fumbles/Lost            3/3        0/0

Penalties/Yards        2/15        5/45

Individual Stats

Rushing: MWP — N/A; ADN — Fay 3/43, Thomas 5/56, Ridley 10/50, Slape 5/65, Dunnagan 8/17

Passing: MWP — Kelly 2-4/-3; ADN — Thomas — 2-2/88, Berg 1-1/17, Dunnagan 1-3/8

Receiving: MWP — N/A; ADN — Young 1/70, Eli Howe 1/18, Zander Blankenship 1/17, Jason Trice 1/8

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