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Friday’s 2B Football: Onalaska Squeaks Past Wahkiakum

By The Chronicle
CATHLAMET — Onalaska rushed for 415 yards and held off the Mules down the stretch to earn a 32-27 win in a SWW 2B non-divisional football game here on Friday.
Ashton Haight lead the way on the ground with 229 yards on 32 carries and a touchdown. Hazen Inman added 80 yards on eight carries and a score and quarterback Lucas Kreger recorded 74 yards on four rushes and a TD. Cade Lawrence added 32 yards on nine carries and a two touchdowns for the Loggers.
Onalaska’s defense held strong in the end, including two interceptions by Kyle Hamilton to preserve the lead.
“I thought it was a good early season test for us. I think we learned a lot from tonight’s game,” Onalaska coach Mazen Saade said. “At the end of the day, they came out with a W. They kept digging. We need to go back to work and shore some things up. It was a good win tonight, I’m proud of our kids. We can learn and grow from this.”
Kreger started off the scoring with a 62-yard run for a score and it was followed up with a 4-yard scamper to the end zone by Lawrence.
Wahkiakum got on the board with a 18-yard TD pass from Lucas Brown to Chance Cothren. Lawrence scored his second of the night on a 7-yard run. Brown completed his second touchdown throw of the game on an 18-yard pass to KC Beery to cut the Ony lead to 18-14 at halftime.
The Mules gained the lead in the third quarter on a 9-yard run by James Anderson. The Loggers responded with an Ashton Haight 8-yard run.
With the offense’s back against the wall, the Logger offense drove 95-yards, capped off by an Inman 14-yard run into the end zone to pad the lead.
The Mules cut the lead to one score with a 1-yard run by Brown, but the Loggers were able to run out the rest of the clock for the win.
Onalaska (3-0) hosts Pe Ell-Willapa Valley next Friday in a non-divisional SWW 2B football game.

Pe Ell-Willapa Valley Edges Raymond
RAYMOND — Pe Ell-Willapa Valley’s Sam Western intercepted a Raymond pass on the final play of the game to preserve a 28-24 Titan victory in a SWW 2B Coastal Division football game here on Friday night.
The Titans were balanced with 149 yards rushing and 145 yards passing. Max Smith had 20 carries for 76 yards and a touchdown and Peter Hamilton added 74 yards on 12 carries and a score.
Freshman quarterback Logan Walker was 5-13 passing for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Sam Western caught one pass for 46 yards and Hamilton had a catch for 42 yards.
“I think we did good. With just how many back-and-forth and ups and downs there were, they kept their heads up and played to the last second,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “It wasn’t our best game. We had a lot of turnovers, props to Raymond, they have a good football team.”
The Titans struck first with a 42-yard TD pass from Walker to Hamilton. McCartney Maden started the second quarter off with a 59-yard touchdown, but the Titans answered with a 15-yard pass from Walker to Smith to regain the lead. Just before halftime, Maden ran 54-yards to the house for a 14-12 Raymond lead at intermission.
Jose Delgado increased the Raymond lead early in the third quarter with a 38-yard field goal. PWV regained the lead with a 1-yard TD run by Smith.
The Seagulls responded in the fourth quarter with a 10-yard run to the end zone by Joseph Villalpando. On their next possession, the Titans drove down the field and scored on a 35-yard run by Hamilton.
With PWV trying to run out the clock, Hamilton fumbled the ball back to Raymond for one last chance to win the game, but Western’s interception sealed the win for the Titans.
PWV (2-1, 1-0) travels to Onalaska next Friday to face the Loggers in a SWW 2B non-divisional football contest.

Tigers Come From Behind to Defeat Indians
TOLEDO — Toledo roared out to a 10-0 lead, but Napavine answered with 20 points in the second half to earn a 20-17 win in a Southwest Washington 2B non-divisional football game here on Friday.
Napavine’s Dawson Stanley lead the way on the ground and through the air, rushing for 107 yards on 21 carries and a score. He completed 12 of 22 passes for 113 yards and one touchdown.
Toledo’s Ethan Buck ran for 43 yards on 17 carries. Bryce Marcil was 5 of 14 passing for 106 yards and a touchdown.
It was a scoreless first quarter and scoreless in the second until a 14-yard pass from Marcil to Buck for a 7-0 lead. Andreas Malunat kicked a 32-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead at halftime.
Napavine got on the board in the third quarter with a 14-yard run by Laythan Demarest. The Indians answered with a 1-yard TD run by Colbey Cherrington.
Napavine scored the final 14 points of the game. Stanley threw a 50-yard touchdown strike to Ben Woodrum to cut the lead to 17-12. Stanley gave the Tigers the lead in the fourth quarter with a 2-yard touchdown run, and the Tiger defense held on down the stretch for the win.
“I think we responded well after our loss to Rainier. We focused on fundamentals this week, and coming out hard with intensity and we did that,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said. “We’ve improved over our first three games which is all we can ask for.”
Napavine (2-1) hosts Wahkiakum next Friday in a SWW 2B non-divisional football game while Toledo (1-2) hosts Adna next Friday in a non-divisional contest.
Note: Napavine will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its 2008 state championship team on Friday night during halftime of the Tigers’ home game against Wahkiakum.

T-Wolves Bite Toutle Lake
TOUTLE – Morton-White Pass jumped out to a 20-0 lead here Friday night in the first half on their way to a 34-0 victory over Toutle Lake in non-league 2B football action.
Dylan Hamre rushed for a game-high 153 yards and two touchdowns to power the Timberwolves to victory. Gavyn Higdon, Jesse Urban and Kaleb Rshoff also ran in scores for MWP on the night and MWP outgained their opponents on offense with 382 yards compared to just 72 yards.
Hamre found the end zone first with a six yard run in the first quarter and then backed that up with a 2-yard scoring rush in the second quarter. Higdon scored from 5 yards out later in the second quarter.
In the third quarter Jesse Urban scored from 2-yards out and then Hamre punched in the 2-point run. Finally, Kaleb Rashoff capped off the T-Wolves scoring with a 2-yard run of his own in the fourth frame.
Despite the lopsided shutout MWP coach Lee Metcalf was reserved in his praise.
“Even when we are really good we struggle there at Toutle. It’s one of those places where we just don’t have our best games,” said Metcalf. “I’ll take it obviously. But I think it could have been better. We’re getting ready for Mountain Division play and that’s our main focus.”
MWP (3-0) will play at Winlock on Friday.
Note: Mossyrock defeated North Beach 34-0 on Friday in North Beach.

At Raymond
Pe Ell-WV 6 6 8 8 — 28
Raymond 0 14 3 7 — 24

Scoring Summary
PWV — Logan Walker 42-yard pass to Peter Hamilton; conversion failed
RAY — McCartney Maden 59-yard run; kick good
PWV — Logan Walker 15-yard pass to Max Smith; conversion failed
RAY — Maden 54-yard run; kick good
RAY — Jose Delgado 38-yard field goal
PWV — Max Smith 1-yard run; Hamilton run
RAY — Joseph Villalpando 10-yard run; kick good
PWV — Peter Hamilton 35-yard run; Hamilton run

Team Stats PWV RAY
First Downs 8 7
Rushing Yards 149 275
Passing Yards 145 0
Total Yards 294 275
Comp-Att-Int 5-13-1 0-5-1
Fumbles/Lost 5/3 0/0
Penalties/Yards 6/45 8/65

Individual Stats
Rushing: PWV — Max Smith 20/76, Peter Hamilton 12/74; RAY — McCartney Maden 14/151, Joseph Villalpando 21/87
Passing: PWV — Logan Walker 5-13/145; RAY — Jack Jordan 0-5/0
Receiving: PWV — Sam Western 1/46, Peter Hamilton 1/42, Carson Cox 1/31; RAY — N/A

At Toutle
Onalaska 18 0 6 8 — 28
Wahkiakum 7 7 6 7 — 0

Scoring Summary
ONY — Lucas Kreger 62-yard run; kick failed
ONY — Cade Lawrence 4-yrad run; kick failed
WAH — Lucas Brown 18-yard pass to Chance Cothren; Brown kick
ONY — Lawrence 7-yard run; conversion failed
WAH —Brown 18-yard pass to KC Beery; kick good
WAH — James Anderson 9-yard run; kick failed
ONY — Ashton Haight 8-yard run; conversion failed
ONY — Hazen Inman 14-yard run; Haight run
WAH — Brown 1-yard run; Brown kick

Team Stats ONY WAH
First Downs 13 11
Rushing Yards 415 61
Passing Yards 0 295
Total Yards 415 356
Comp-Att-Int 0-1-0 6-28-3
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 2/0
Penalties/Yards 6/52 10/80

Individual Stats
Rushing: ONY — Ashton Haight 32/229/1, Hazen Inman 8/80/1, Lucas Kreger 4/74/1, Lawrence 9/32/2; TL — Quentin Nelson 9/32, Lucas Brown 8/3/1
Passing: ONY — Lucas Kreger 0-1/0; WAH — Luke Brown 6-28/295
Receiving: ONY — N/A; WAH — Chance Cothren 5/141/1, KC Beery 6/105

At Adna
Kalama 8 7 2 0 —17
Adna 6 0 0 21 —27

Scoring Summary
ADN — Braden Thomas 2-yard run; kick failed
KAL — Alex Dyer 7-yard pass to Max Ross; Dyer pass to Grant Vandenberg
KAL — Dyer 3-yard pass to Vandenberg; Nathan Anderson kick
KAL — Safety
ADN — Chance Fay 4-yard run; run failed
ADN — Fay 1-yard run; Fay run
ADN — Fay 49-yard run; Mitchell Maynard kick

Team Stats KAL ADN
First Downs 14 7
Rushing Yards 129 174
Passing Yards 163 26
Total Yards 292 200
Comp-Att-Int 16-30-1 4-7-1
Fumbles/Lost 4/2 2/1
Penalties/Yards 5/50 6/63

Individual Stats
Rushing: KAL — Elijah Haynes 18/77, Dyer 7/32; ADN — Chance Fay 7/65, Cole Fay 18/65, Thomas 11/27
Passing: KAL — Dyer 12-20/128; ADN — Thomas 4-7/26
Receiving: KAL — Brennon Vance 7/63; ADN — Chance Fay 1/22

At Toutle
MWP 6 14 8 6 — 34
Toutle Lake 0 0 0 0 — 0

Scoring Summary
MWP – Dylan Hamre 6-yard run; kick failed
MWP – Hamre 2-yard run; Jesse Urban run
MWP – Gavyn Higdon 5-yard run; kick failed
MWP – Jesse Urban 2-yard run; Hamre run
MWP – Kaleb Rashoff 2-yard run; two-point fail

Team Stats MWP TL
First Downs 18 4
Rushing Yards 360 56
Passing Yards 22 16
Total Yards 382 72
Comp-Att-Int 3-8-2 3-11-1
Fumbles/Lost 1/0 2/1
Penalties/Yards 2/10 5/50

Individual Stats
Rushing: MWP — Dylan Hamrey 12/153, Gavyn Higdon 13/96; TL — Austin Sweet 12/28
Passing: MWP — Kaleb Rashoff 3-7/22; TL — Chase Hadaller 3-11/16
Receiving: MWP — Josh Morris 2/16; TL – Riley Kent 1/11

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