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Friday’s 2B Football: Morton-White Pass Waylays Warriors

Morton-White Pass Waylays Warriors

RANDLE — The Timberwolves played host to Chief Leschi Friday night, and then proceeded to treat the visiting Warriors as ceremonial punching bags on the way to a 60-0 SWW 2B League Mountain Division football victory.

By the end of the first quarter Morton-White Pass had run their lead out to 35-0. A pair of safeties late in the game served as a bookend to the hot start and put a perfect ending on a much needed bounce back game for the TImberwolves one week after a tough one point loss to Rainier.

“We played well,” said Morton-White Pass coach Lee Metcalf. “After last week it was refreshing to see us get after it again.”

Quarterback Kaleb Rashoff turned in an efficient night for the Timberwolves, tossing the pigskin four times to the tune of four touchdowns and 103 yards. Matt Poquette hauled in three of those scoring heaves for a team leading 67 yards and Kade Gillispie caught the one remaining pass for a 36 yard score.

On the ground it was Jesse Urban who took care of the heavy lifting for Morton-White Pass by taking eight handoffs for a hyper-efficient 138 yards and a touchdown. All told, the Timberwolves amassed 361 rushing yards in the game.

“He’s a kid who’s just kind of electric,” said Metcalf of Urban. “We’ve been missing that kind of guy ever since Braiden Elledge left. He’s a threat to score anytime he gets the ball.”

Defensively it was a stellar performance from Morton-White Pass as the team allowed just 10 yards of total offense to go with three first downs. Even more impressive was the fact that the Timberwolves tallied six defensive points off of safeties. Metcalf gave a heap of the credit for that stout defensive performance to a certain 5-foot-11, 215-pound linebacker.

“I thought Carson Lewis was just steady. Every week he gives you everything he can and leads our defense,” said Metcalf, whose team (2-3) will hit the road next Thursday in advance of a Friday night game at Neah Bay.

“We’re looking forward to heading up to Neah Bay next week. That’ll be a good test to see where we’re at,” said Metcalf.


Wahkiakum Blanks Mossyrock 20-0

MOSSYROCK — The Vikings are getting better, but didn’t have enough juice to get past Wahkiakum in a 20-0 SWW 2B League River Division football loss here Friday night.

“The kids are improving by leaps and bounds,” Mossyrock coach Irv Stevenson said. “They’re getting better, but there’s still a lot of things we need to work on.”

The Mules scored twice in the second quarter and added the balance of their offense in the third stanza.

Mossyrock picked up 85 yards on the ground, led by 34 yards on 11 carries from Deuce Kolb. Kolb added 28 passing yards on 2 of 4 completions, and Colton McClure hit 2 of his 6 pass attempts for 21 yards.

“It’s way better than the first game we played, that’s for sure,” Stevenson added. “And defensively today they played really well.”

McClure was a standout on the defensive side, recording 14 tackles — three for a loss — and a fumble recovery from his outside linebacker spot.

Mossyrock (0-5) plays at Toledo on Friday.


Titans Crush Wildcats

PE ELL — Pe Ell-Willapa Valley rebounded from their loss a week ago, defeating Ocosta 47-7 in a SWW 2B Coastal Division game here on Friday night.

It was the first division game of the season and a big win for Josh Fluke’s team coming off a late loss to Toledo last week.

“It was good to get a win in the first league game, especially coming off that loss to Toledo,” Fluke said. “The kids, they were kind of down and out. We had a good week of practice and right out of the gates, we jumped all over them.”

PWV totaled 393 yards of total offense, including 216 yards through the air.

Matt Pearson was 7 of 8 passing for 137 yards and two touchdowns. Ryan Shepherd caught three passes for 85 yards and a touchdown.

On the ground, the Titans’ Peter Hamilton ran for 65 yards on seven carries and Max Smith added 51 yards on seven carries.

“The offense was real good. My O-line dominated the line of scrimmage,” Fluke said. “The whole offense did really well.”
Fluke noted the defensive performance of linebacker Tyson Nissell, and Kobe Hoffman had two interceptions for the Titans.

Smith started the scoring with a 16-yard run, followed by a 12-yard run by Hamilton. Pearson ran the ball in from 8-yards out for a 22-0 lead after the first quarter.

Nissell started on the second quarter with a 3-yard touchdown run. Pearson connected with Smith for a 52-yard strike and then found Hamilton for a 57-yard touchdown for a 41-0 lead at halftime.

PWV’s Logan Walker threw a 79-yard touchdown pass to Shepherd for the final Titan score. Ocosta scored in the fourth quarter on an 8-yard touchdown pass by Kobe Beck from Cole Hatton.

PWV (3-2, 1-0 division) travels to take on South Bend next Friday in a divisional matchup.


Indians Shoot Down Ducks

TOUTLE — Toledo had three rushers over 100 yards, sprinting past Toutle Lake 28-0 in a SWW 2B River Division football game here on Friday night.

Toledo was led on the ground by Colby Cherrington with 12 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown. Ethan Buck added 13 carries for 111 yards and a touchdown, and Keyton Wallace recorded 17 carries for 109 yards and two touchdowns.

“I think we played well. Our first league game, it was good to get a win,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said. “We limited some of our mistakes overall. The guys responded to the opportunity to play a league game. We’ve got a lot of work to do but we’re headed in the right direction.”

The defense held Toutle Lake to 109 yards total, all of which were on the ground.

“I like it, anytime we can shut a team out and keep them under 150 yards, it’s one of our goals,” Christensen said. “Hunter Eaton had a monster game, he was in their backfield all night.”

Wallace scored on a 3-yard run in the first quarter, and Buck scored on a 1-yard run, also in the first quarter for a 14-0 lead at halftime.

Cherrington scored on a 70-yard run in the third quarter, and Wallace capped the scoring with a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Toledo (3-2, 1-0 division) hosts Mossyrock on Friday in a River Division battle.


Onalaska Falls to Rainier

ONALASKA — Rainier racked up 264 yards on the ground to leave Onalaska with a 30-12 win in a SWW 2B Mountain Division football game here on Friday.

Rainier had 346 yards of total offense compared to Onalaska’s 206 yards. The Loggers tallied just 122 yards on the ground.

“We want to run the ball, and 122 yards isn’t a good thing for our O-linemen,” Onalaska coach Mazen Saade said. “They aren’t happy tonight. I think our O-line is going to take this and bulletin board it for themselves. We’re in a dogfight right now in the Mountain Division. We can’t rush for 122 yards and expect to beat people.”

Ashton Haight led the Loggers with 74 yards on 11 carries and a touchdown. Lucas Kreger was 2 of 3 passing for 84 yards and a touchdown, and Lazaro Rodriguez caught two passes for 84 yards and a touchdown.

Rainier scored first in the second quarter on a Zach Lofgren 14-yard run for a 6-0 lead at halftime.

Levi Reise kicked off the scoring in the second half with an 8-yard run, followed by Lofgren finding Reise for a 65-yard pass. Lofgren added a 46-yard run to pad the Rainier lead.

The Loggers got on the board with a 55-yard passing touchdown from Kreger to Ian Russell. Russell took the ensuing kickoff for a 65-yard return touchdown, and Ashton Haight had a 35-yard run to end the scoring.

“I’ll give our guys credit, they played through to the final whistle and it shows what the game means to them,” Saade said.

Onalaska (3-2, 0-2 division) travels to Tacoma next Friday to face Chief Leschi in a Mountain Division game.  


Kalama Too Much for Cards

KALAMA — The top-ranked Chinooks were too much for Winlock on Friday, handing the Cardinals a 55-9 loss in SWW 2B League River Division football action.

Dawson Hall scored Winlock’s lone touchdown in the second half and ran 10 times for 52 yards. Seth Lindsey added 37 yards on 17 carries.

Kalama (4-0) picked up 478 total yards of offense, with 302 coming on the ground.

The Cardinals (1-3) host Toutle Lake on Friday.


At Randle


Chief Leschi 0 0 0 0 — 0

Morton-WP 35 15 8 2 — 60


Scoring Summary

MWP – Kaleb Rashoff 46-yard pass to Kaleb Poquette; Alex Sniezak kick

MWP – Rashoff 15-yard run: kick failed

MWP – Rashoff 36-yard pass to Kade Gillispie; kick failed

MWP – Safety (Gavyn Higdon tackle)

MWP – Rashoff 11-yard pass to Kaleb Poquette; Poquette run

MWP – Higdon 16-yard run; kick failed

MWP – Higdon 46-yard run; Sniezak kick

MWP – Jesse Irvin 68-yard run; Poquette run

MWP – Rashoff 10-yard pass to Poquette; kick failed

MWP – Safety

MWP – Safety


Team Stats CL MWP

First Downs         3 16

Rushing Yards -27 361

Passing Yards    37 103

Total Yards        10 464

Comp-Att-Int 10-21-2 4-6-0

Fumbles/Lost      4/1 5/1

Penalties/Yards  3/15 4/20


Individual Stats

Rushing: CL — Khyree Queen 10/26; MWP — Urban 8/138, Higdon 2/62

Passing: CL — Christopher Whitford 10-21/37; MWP — Rashoff 4-6/103

Receiving: CL — Chris Lee 3/27; MWP — Poquette 3/67, Gillispie 1/36


At Mossyrock


Wahkiakum 0 14 6 0 —20

Mossyrock    0  0 0 0 —0


Scoring Summary



Team Stats WAK MOS

First Downs      N/A 5

Rushing Yards N/A 85

Passing Yards   N/A 48

Total Yards        N/A 133

Comp-Att-Int    N/A 4-10-1

Fumbles/Lost    N/A 1/1

Penalties/Yards N/A 2/20


Individual Stats

Rushing: WAK — N/A; MOS — Deuce Kolb 11/34

Passing: WAK — N/A; MOS — Deuce Kolb 2-4/28; Colton McClure 2-6/21

Receiving: WAK — N/A; MOS — Nick Fried 1/18


At Pe Ell


Ocosta   0   0  0  7 — 7

PWV    22 19  6  0 — 47


Scoring Summary

PWV — Max Smith 16-yard run; Matt Pearson kick

PWV — Peter Hamilton 12-yard run; Pearson kick

PWV — Pearson 8-yard run; Pearson pass to Ryan Shepherd

PWV — Tyson Nissell 3-yard run; Pearson kick

PWV — Pearson 52-yard pass to Smith; kick failed

PWV — Pearson 57-yard pass to Hamilton; kick failed

PWV — Logan Walker 79-yard pass to Ryan Shepherd; kick failed

OCO — Cole Hatton 8-yard pass to Kobe Beck; Bjornsgard failed


Team Stats OCO PWV

First Downs       9 10

Rushing Yards 73 177

Passing Yards   74 216

Total Yards      147 393

Comp-Att-Int 4-11-4 8-9-0

Fumbles/Lost   0/0 2/0

Penalties/Yards   1/5 2/10


Individual Stats

Rushing: OCO — Kobe Beck 6/30; PWV — Peter Hamilton 7/65, Max Smith 7/51

Passing: OCO — Cole Hatton 3-10/38; PWV —  Matt Pearson 7-8/137

Receiving: OCO — Jayden Matthews 1/18; PWV — Ryan Shepherd 3/85

At Toutle


Toledo           14  0   7   7 — 28

Toutle Lake    0  0   0   0 — 0


Scoring Summary

TOL — Keyton Wallace 3-yard run; Andreas Malunat kick

TOL — Ethan Buck 1-yard run; Malunat kick

TOL — Colby Cherrington 70-yard run; Malunat kick

TOL — Keyton Wallace 1-yard run; Malunat kick


Team Stats TOL TL

First Downs    N/A N/A

Rushing Yards 364 109

Passing Yards     25 0

Total Yards       389 109

Comp-Att-Int 1-5-0 0-6-0

Fumbles/Lost     2/1 3/2

Penalties/Yards N/A N/A


Individual Stats

Rushing: TOL — Keyton Wallace 17/109, Ethan Buck 13/111, Colby Cherrington 12/127; TL — Asher VanHoof 6/73

Passing: TOL — Gannon Madill 1-5/25; TL — Marshall Coleman 0-6/0

Receiving: TOL — Fano Arceo-Hansen 1/25; TL — N/A


At Onalaska


Rainier     0 6 12 12 — 30

Onalaska 0 0 0 12 — 12


Scoring Summary

RAI — Zach Lofgren 14-yard run; kick failed

RAI — Levi Reise 8-yard run; conversion failed

RAI — Lofgren 65-yard pass to Reise; conversion failed

RAI — Lofgren 46-yard run; kick failed

ONY — Lucas Kreger 55-yard pass to Lazaro Rodriguez; conversion failed

RAI — Ian Russell 65-yard kick return; conversion failed

ONY — Ashton Haight 35-yard run; kick failed


Team Stats RAI ONY

First Downs       14 9

Rushing Yards 264 122

Passing Yards    82 84

Total Yards       346 206

Comp-Att-Int 4-7-0 2-3-1

Fumbles/Lost    1/0 3/2

Penalties/Yards 8/70 7/85


Individual Stats

Rushing: RAI — Zach Lofgren 17/108, Ian Russell 16/74; ONY — Ashton Haight 11/74

Passing: RAI — Zach Lofgren 4-7/82; ONY — Lucas Kreger 2-3/84

Receiving: RAI — Levi Reise 1/65; ONY — Lazaro Rodriguez 2/84

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