2A/1A Football: W.F. West Spills the Tea at Hudson’s Bay

By The Chronicle

VANCOUVER — The Bearcats defeated Hudson’s Bay 51-7 in non-league football action here on Friday thanks to a huge game from quarterback Josiah Johnson.

Johnson threw 13 times for 235 yards and five touchdowns in the win. His favorite target on the night was Max Taylor, who caught two passes for 81 yards and a touchdown. Jaiyden Camoza pulled down three passes for 62-yards and a score while Cade Haller caught two passes for 58 yards and a pair of scores. Leandre Gaines added one catch for a 34-yard touchdown.

W.F. West took a 37-0 lead into the intermission and kept adding to their advantage until the fourth quarter when Hudson’s Bay posted their lone score.

The Bearcats defense limited Hudson’s Bay to 115 yards of total offense on their way to the win. W.F. West forced three fumbles and recovered one to help their cause.

W.F. West (3-0) will host Washougal next Friday.

Rockets Shoot Past Tenino

TENINO — Paxton Russell scored a touchdown on the ground and through the air but it wasn’t enough as Castle Rock won 56-29 in a non-league football game here on Friday.

Tenino quarterback Aiden Wright was 13-of-27 for 170 yards and a touchdown. Russell had a 5-yard touchdown run and caught a pass for 20 yards and a score from Kysen Knox. Shawn Nicholson ran for 107 yards on 12 carries. Connor McLarty caught a touchdown pass from Wright for the Beavers.

William Tennihill was a highlight for the Beavers, returning a kickoff 70 yards for a score.

“Our kids played hard. I think Castle Rock had a good game plan and they exploited some of our weaknesses,” Tenino coach Cary Nagel said. “They took advantage of a couple of timely situations. Their running back is pretty good kid, Wyatt Partridge, he’s a good back.”

Tenino (1-2) hosts Northwest Christian (Lacey) next Friday for homecoming.

Bremerton Blanks Rochester

ROCHESTER — The Knights held the Warriors to 112 yards of total offense to cruise to a 49-0 win in a non-league football game here on Friday.

The Warriors totaled 70 yards on the ground and 42 through the air. Daniel May was 3-of-10 passing for 42 yards and three interceptions. Talon Betts caught all three passes for the Warriors.

Rochester (1-2) hosts Evergreen next Friday in a non-league game.

At Rochester

KNIGHTS 49, WARRIORS 0

Bremerton 14 21 7 7 —49

Rochester 0 0 0 0 —0

Scoring Summary

BRE — Jesstin Quenga 52-yard run; kick good

BRE — 90-yard interception return; kick good

BRE — Willis C Newman 31-yard pass

BRE — Willis C Newman 29-yard pass

BRE — Ethan Farley 27-yard run; kick good

BRE — Darick DeJesus 38-yard run; kick good

BRE — Jesstin Quenga 1-yard run; kick good

Team Stats BRE ROC

First Downs N/A N/A

Rushing Yards 309 70

Passing Yards 60 42

Total Yards 369 112

Comp-Att-Int 6-14-2 4-12-3

Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/0

Penalties/Yards 4/25 1/10

Individual Stats

Rushing: BRE — Jesstin Quenga 7/90/1, Darick DeJesus 11/82/1, Ethan Farley 7/76/1; ROC — N/A

Passing: BRE —Kelo Logovax 2-4/60/2/2; ROC — Daneil May 3-10/42/0/3

Receiving: BRE — Willis C Newman 2/60; ROC — Talon Betts 3/42

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