2B Football: Morton-White Pass Hangs On For Win Against Raymond
By The Chronicle
RAYMOND — Morton-White Pass quarterback Keegan Kelly threw a touchdown pass to Carter Dantinne in the fourth quarter for the go-ahead score and held on for a 14-8 win against Raymond in a non-divisional SWW 2B football game here on Friday night.
Kelly was 10-of-23 passing for 140 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in the Timberwolves’ first win of the season. Kysen Collette was the leading rusher for MWP with 35 yards on 11 carries. Carter Dantinne was the main target for Kelly, catching seven passes for 94 yards and two scores.
Raymond’s McCartney Maden led the offense with 81 yards on 21 carries.
“I thought our kids played hard. We focused on protection schemes all week so Kelly could throw the football. We were in their 20 four times but came up empty,” MWP coach Lee Metcalf said. “We’ve got to get better at finishing drives at this point. We’re young, start a lot of younger classmen. We’ll keep coaching them up and try to get better.”
Kelly connected with Dantinne in the first quarter on a 5-yard touchdown pass and a Kelly conversion run made it 8-0 after one quarter.
Raymond’s only touchdown of the game came at the end of the first half on a 107-yard interception return for a score by Maden.
In the fourth, Kelly found Dantinne one more time on a 48-yard score to take the lead for good.
Metcalf noted the defensive play of Layten Collette on the night, as well as Eathan Smathers and John Revetria wreaking havoc on the defensive line.
“Solid win for our program. Kids are going to learn from that. It was a good game and we’re happy,” Metcalf said.
MWP (1-1) hosts Toutle Lake next Friday in Morton.
Toledo Completes Wild Comeback Against Rainier
TOLEDO — The Indians dug their way out of a two-touchdown hole in the fourth quarter here Friday night to beat Rainier, 15-14, in non-league 2B football action.
Duke Schaplow ran a kickoff all the way back in the final minute to tie the game at 14-14, and Hunter Smith’s PAT kick gave the Indians their first — and final — lead.
“It was a hard-fought game from both sides,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said. “We felt like we’d been moving the ball okay on them all night, and we just kept shooting ourselves in the foot.”
Toledo finally put together a scoring drive with four minutes left to play, capping it with a 1-yard run from Schaplow. Their next drive, however, ended with an interception.
The defense stepped up, though, and scored a safety with just under a minute to play. Schaplow ran back the ensuing kickoff to wrap the comeback.
“That kickoff was pretty impressive,” Christensen said.
Davin Kinsman led Toledo with 93 rushing yards on 20 carries, while Brody Klein ran 20 times for 47 yards and a touchdown for Rainier.
“We had about 13 guys play, and they played their butts off,” Christensen said. “They really persevered through some tough, tough situations that we were in.”
Larry Demery, Josh Quinn and Michael Echtle played well on the line, Christensen added, and Jesse Towns executed a halfback pass for a 22-yard gain.
Schaplow ran 11 times for 72 yards.
Toledo (2-0) plays at Napavine on Friday. Rainier (1-1) hosts Concrete on Sept. 21.
Adna Takes Down Wahkiakum
CATHLAMET — Adna scored 39 points in the first half and put it in cruise control in the second half in a 39-21 win over Wahkiakum in a non-divisional 2B football game here on Friday.
Cole Fay led the Pirates with 111 yards and three scores on nine carries. Braden Thomas had 80 yards and a score on the ground and threw for 68 yards. Zander Blankenship caught one pass for 25 yards.
“I don’t think we played very well up front,” Adna coach K.C. Johnson said. “We have two of the best athletes in the state of Washington that made everyone look silly, but I don’t think we played that well. We didn’t run that many plays.”
Adna had 277 yards of total offense and the Pirate defense was stout against the Mules, allowing just seven points in the first half to build a 39-7 lead at intermission.
Adna (2-0) travels to Kalama next Friday in a non-divisional contest.
Winlock Crushes Fort Vancouver
WINLOCK — Bryce Cline scored three touchdowns on the ground and threw two more scores to lead the Cardinals to a 47-6 win over 3A Fort Vancouver in a non-league football game here on Friday.
Cline had 57 yards and three touchdowns on four carries and was 3-of-6 for 95 yards and two touchdown passes. Nolan Swofford carried the ball eight times for 61 yards and a touchdown run. Coleson Richendollar was the leading receiver with three catches for 95 yards and two scores and also had a touchdown on the ground.
Richendollar started the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown run. Swofford punched it in from one yard out, followed by a 33-yard pass from Cline to Richendollar. Cline kept it himself for an 18-yard touchdown score and a 26-0 lead after one quarter.
Cline ran in his second touchdown of the game on a 10-yard run and then Cline tossed it to Richendollar for a 41-yard touchdown pass. Cline scampered into the endzone from 10-yards out for a 47-0 lead at halftime.
Fort Vancouver ended the shutout with a 13-yard touchdown pass by Kaeleb Cvitkovich to Aryen Kumar.
Winlock had no turnovers and accumulated 298 yards of total offense while holding Fort Vancouver to 87 total yards of offense.
Winlock (2-0) hosts Clatskanie, Ore., next Friday in a non-league game.
TIMBERWOLVES 14, SEAGULLS 8
Morton-WP 8 0 0 6 —14
Raymond 0 8 0 0 —8
MWP — Keegan Kelly 5-yard pass to Carter Dantinne; Kelly run
RAY — McCartney Maden 107-yard interception return; Adrian Quintana run
MWP — Keegan Kelly 48-yard pass to Carter Dantinne; run failed
Team Stats MWP RAY
First Downs 11 9
Rushing Yards 26 128
Passing Yards 140 9
Total Yards 166 137
Comp-Att-Int 10-23-2 2-4-1
Fumbles/Lost 1/0 5/4
Penalties/Yards 7/41 8/64
Rushing: MWP — Kysen Collette 11/35; RAY — McCartney Maden 21/81
Passing: MWP — Keegan Kelly 10-23/140; RAY — Adrian Quintana 2-4/9
Receiving: MWP — Carter Dantinne 7/94; RAY — Audison Phimmasone 2/9
INDIANS 15, MOUNTAINEERS 14
Rainier 0 0 14 0 —14
Toledo 0 0 0 15 —15
RAI — Brody Klein 23-yard run; run failed
RAI — Michael Green 33-yard pass to Sean Mahaffey; Green run
TOL — Duke Schaplow 1-yard run; run failed
TOL — Safety
TOL — Shaplow 55-yard kickoff return; Hunter Smith kick
Team Stats RAI TOL
First Downs n/a n/a
Rushing Yards 104 248
Passing Yards 88 46
Total Yards 192 294
Comp-Att-Int 7-15-1 5-10-1
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0
Penalties/Yards n/a n/a
Rushing: RAI — Klein 20/47; TOL — Davin Kinsman 20/93, Schaplow 11/72
Passing: RAI — Green 7-15/88; TOL — Shaplow 4-9/22
Receiving: RAI — N/A; TOL — Carlo Arceo-Hansen 2/65
CARDINALS 47, TRAPPERS 6
Ft. Vancouver 0 0 0 6 —6
Winlock 26 21 0 0 —47
WIN — Coleson Richendollar 10-yard run; run failed
WIN — Nolan Swofford 1-yard run; run failed
WIN — Bryce Cline 33-yard pass to Richendollar; Noah Patching kick
WIN — Cline 18-yard run; Patching kick
WIN — Cline 10-yard run; Patching kick
WIN — Cline 41-yard pass to Richendollar; Patching kick
WIN — Cline 10-yard run; Patching kick
FTV — Kaeleb Cvitkovich 13-yard pass to Aryen Kumar; run failed
Team Stats FTV WIN
First Downs 5 15
Rushing Yards 65 203
Passing Yards 22 95
Total Yards 87 298
Comp-Att-Int 3-7-1 3-6-0
Fumbles/Lost 1/1 0/0
Penalties/Yards 3/35 4/30
Rushing: FTV — Niko Liufau 15/67; WIN — Nolan Swofford 8/61; Bryce Cline 4/57
Passing: FTV — Kaeleb Cvitkovich 2-2/21; WIN — Bryce Cline 3-6/95
Receiving: FTV — Aryen Kumar 1/13; WIN — Coleson Richendollar 3/95
PIRATES 39, MULES 21
Adna 27 12 0 0 —39
Wahkiakum 7 0 14 0 —21
Team Stats ADN WAH
First Downs N/A N/A
Rushing Yards 209 137
Passing Yards 68 72
Total Yards 277 209
Comp-Att-Int 4-6-0 1-5-1
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1
Penalties/Yards 1/10 1/5
Rushing: ADN — Cole Fay 9/111/3, Braden Thomas 5/80/1; WAH — Braxton Johns 15/59/2
Passing: ADN — Braden Thomas 4-6/68; WAH — Kaden Anderson 1-5/72
Receiving: ADN — Zander Blankenship 1/25, Zack Berg 2/36; WAH — KC Beery 1/72