Friday’s 2B Football Roundup: Mossyrock Crushes North Beach

By The Chronicle

MOSSYROCK — Evan Gootgeld scored six touchdowns and North Beach was unable to play the second half as the Vikings dominated in a 58-0 win in a non-league SWW 2B football game here on Friday night.

Evan Gootgeld ran for 74 yards and three touchdowns on six carries and caught four passes for 79 yards and two more scores. Aiden Weist had 64 yards on six carries and was 6-of-9 passing for 166 yards and three touchdowns. Coltin McClure had two carries for 45 yards and a touchdown and caught one pass for 32 yards and a score.

The Mossyrock defense held North Beach to one yard of total offense, including negative-31 yards on the ground and Gootgeld returned an interception for a score as well.

“We played really well. It felt like we weren’t in game shape, first game of the season,” Mossyrock coach Chris Fried said. “We’ve had a lot of practice, a lot of jitters and butterflies. We had to get over that and once they did, once they realized they could things moving, they looked good.”

Gootgeld started the scoring with a 20-yard score and followed it up with a 7-yard touchdown run. McClure ran in a score from 30 yards, and Weist threw a 3-yard score to Gootgeld. Gootgeld returned an interception 24 yards to make it 34-0 after first quarter.

Weist found McClure for a 3-yard touchdown score and Austin King got in on the scoring with a 10-yard touchdown run. Gootgeld ran in a 3-yard score and Weist connected with Gootgeld one more time for a 29-yard touchdown pass for a 58-0 lead at halftime.

North Beach opted not to play the second half due to injuries, according to Fried.

Fried commended the performance of Matthew Pansuka on the offensive and defensive line.

“The line blocked good, and the receivers ran their patterns,” Fried said. “Weist kept his cool. I’m really proud of him. He kept it together and had a good game.”

Mossyrock (1-0) travels to Ilwaco next Friday for a non-divisional game.

Ducks Soar Past Timberwolves

MORTON — Morton-White Pass had a few injuries and Toutle Lake took advantage in a 34-6 win in a non-divisional SWW 2B League football game on Friday.

Toutle Lake piled up 371 yards of total offense while MWP managed just 53 yards, including minus-24 yards on the ground.

MWP quarterback Keegan Kelly was 9-of-29 passing for 77 yards and one interception. Kelly had the only score of the game on defense, returning a fumble 55-yards for a score.

Toutle Lake’s Taylor Lundquist had 173 yards and three scores on 23 carries. Chase Hadaller had 123 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries.

Toutle Lake scored 13 points in the first quarter and tacked on six more in the second for a 19-0 lead at halftime. Kelly returned a fumble for a score to start the second half to cut the lead to 19-6 but the Ducks scored the next 13 points to seal the victory.

“We had an interesting week. We had a couple injuries in the Raymond game,” MWP coach Lee Metcalf said. “Those kids went down and we plug as we go. We’re young and not deep, things snowballed. We weren’t able to get back in the game. It was a rough night.”

MWP (1-2) hosts Winlock in Randle on Friday.

Titans Shoot Down Seagulls

MENLO — Max Smith scored four rushing touchdowns and another defensive touchdown to lead the Titans to a 49-0 win over Raymond in a SWW 2B League Coastal Division football game here on Friday night.

Smith totaled 154 yards and four touchdowns on 11 carries, and also returned a fumble for a score. Landin Isaksen had 105 yards on seven carries and Kollin Jurek added 60 yards and a touchdown on six carries.

Pe Ell-Willapa Valley collected 365 yards on the ground.

The Titan defense was also solid, allowing 47 yards of total offense.

Luke Gerow had eight tackles and Jurek had seven tackles. Tyler Adkins and Isaksen each had a fumble recovery.

“We ran the ball and the O-line did excellent tonight. Another good kid running the ball, Landin Isaksen, he made some pretty good runs,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “Kollin Jurek, we were sharing the wealth. He (Jurek) still got his yards and had a hell of a game.”

Fluke also noted the play of Kayden Miller and Adam Smaciarz on the Titans’ line.

Smith started the scoring with a 37-yard touchdown run and returned a fumble 30 yards for a score and a 14-0 lead after one quarter.

Smith scored the next two touchdowns with runs of 20 and 19 yards. Smaciarz recovered a fumble in the end zone and Smith punched in his fourth rushing score of the game for a 40-0 lead at halftime.

Jurek ran in a 10-yard score for the only points of the third quarter and Raymond snapped the ball over the head of the quarterback and out of the back of the end zone for a safety in the fourth quarter.

PWV (2-1) hosts Onalaska next Friday in Pe Ell.

Loggers Thump Wahkiakum 58-6

ONALASKA — The Loggers made the most of their first home night game here on Friday, drubbing Wahkiakum 58-6 in non-league 2B football action.

Lucas Kreger carried the ball six times for 206 yards and three touchdowns, and Onalaska got every last one of its 470 offensive yards on the ground.

“I thought he played really well tonight,” Logger coach Mazen Saade said of Kreger, his senior quarterback. “I thought our offensive line played well, and I thought Lucas did a nice job running our offense.”

Kreger ran in the Loggers’ first two touchdowns on runs of 40 and 66 yards. Ashton Haight — who finished with seven carries for 66 yards — added two running scores in the first quarter, and Cade Lawrence took a punt back 65 yards for a score in the opening frame.

Sophomore Marshal Haight added four carries for 78 yards and a touchdown, and Alex Pannkuk scored on a 32-yard run for the Loggers.

Zach Brandon scored the Mules’ lone touchdown in the third quarter, but Wahkiakum managed only 95 yards of offense.

“Defensively, I thought our older guys took a lot of things away, and they moved on the ground in the second half,” Saade said. “I thought our defense was well-prepared.”

Onalaska (3-0) plays at Pe Ell-Willapa Valley in Pe Ell on Friday.

Esary, Chinooks Hold Off Adna

KALAMA — The defending state champion Chinooks got a big boost from their sophomore quarterback and put away Adna, 27-14, here Friday night in non-league 2B football action.

Jackson Esary ran 13 times for 107 yards and three touchdowns to lead Kalama (2-1).

Adna took an early lead on a 5-yard touchdown run from quarterback Braden Thomas, but had trouble solving the Chinooks’ looks early on.

“We were overthinking everything and it took our aggression away,” Adna coach K.C. Johnson said. “It carried over to our offense. We played really poorly in the first half.”

Esary scored three second-half touchdowns, on 10-, 41- and 1-yard runs, to give the Chinooks a 21-7 lead at halftime. Bradey O’Neil broke free for a 75-yard run in the third frame, staking the hosts a 27-7 lead.

Thomas, however, was lost to an injury, and Zach Berg finished out the game at quarterback for the Pirates. Berg hit Cole Fay for a 39-yard touchdown in the fourth frame, and the Pirates were a dropped ball in the end zone away from making it a one-score game with under five minutes to play.

“It was a really bizzare game. We just played really poor. The tackling was bad, and guys started trying to do too much,” Johnson said. “We settled them down and played a pretty good second half.”

Fay finished with 10 carries for 42 yards and three catches for 46 yards. Ryan Young added three catches for 54 yards.

Adna (2-1) hosts Toledo (2-1) on Friday.

At Mossyrock


North Beach      0    0    X    X     —0

Mossyrock    34    24    X    X    —58

Scoring Summary

MOS — Evan Gootgeld 20-yard run; Matthew Panuska kick

MOS — Gootgeld 7-yard run; run failed

MOS — Coltin McClure 30-yard run; Panuska kick

MOS — Aiden Weist 3-yard pass to Gootgeld; kick blocked

MOS — Gootgeld 24-yard interception return; Panuska run

MOS — Weist 3-yard pass to McClure; run failed

MOS — Austin King 10-yard run; kick failed

MOS — Gootgeld 3-yard run; kick failed

MOS — Weist 29-yard pass to Gootgeld; kick failed

Team Stats            NB        MOS

First Downs            0        13

Rushing Yards            -31        210

Passing Yards            32        166

Total Yards            1        376

Comp-Att-Int            5-15-3        6-9-0

Fumbles/Lost            1/1        1/0

Penalties/Yards        4/20        6/60

Individual Stats

Rushing: NB — Daniel Phillips 1/3; MOS — Evan Gootgeld 6/74, Weist 6/64, Colton McClure 2/45

Passing: NB — Jacob DiFranco 5-15/32; MOS —  Aiden Weist 6-9/166

Receiving: NB — Westin Fruh 3/20; MOS — Evan Gootgeld 4/79, Colton McClure 1/32

At Morton


Toutle Lake      13    6    8    7     —34

Morton-WP    0    0    6    0    —6

Scoring Summary

TL — Taylor Lundquist 10-yard run; kick good

TL — Chase Hadaller 1-yard run; kick blocked

TL — Lundquist 14-yard run; run failed

MWP — Keegan Kelly 55-yard fumble return; pass failed

TL — Lundquist 5-yard run; conversion good

TL — Hadaller 10-yard run; kick good

Team Stats            TL        MWP

First Downs            22        6

Rushing Yards            373        -24

Passing Yards            -2        77

Total Yards            371        53

Comp-Att-Int            1-2-0        9-29-1

Fumbles/Lost            3/3        3/1

Penalties/Yards        5/34        4/24

Individual Stats

Rushing: TL — Taylor Lundquist 23/173, Chase Hadaller 17/123; MWP — N/A

Passing: TL — Chase Hadaller 1-2/-2; MWP — Keegan Kelly 9-29/77

Receiving: TL — N/A; MWP — Jayce Dean 3/35, Hunter Hazen 2/19

At Raymond


Pe Ell-WV      14    26    7    2     —49

Raymond    0    0    0    0    —0

Scoring Summary

PWV — Max Smith 37-yard run; Garrett Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 30-yard fumble return; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 20-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 19-yard run; kick failed

PWV — Adam Smaciarz recovered fumble in end zone; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 4-yard run; kick failed

PWV — Kollin Jurek 10-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Safety

Team Stats            RAY        PWV

First Downs            3        15

Rushing Yards            31/25        41/365

Passing Yards            22        0

Total Yards            47        365

Comp-Att-Int            6-7-0        0-5-1

Fumbles/Lost            3/3        3/1

Penalties/Yards        3/15        2/20

Individual Stats

Rushing: RAY — Joseph Villalpando 14/33; PWV — Max Smith 11/154, Landin Isaken 7/105, Kollin Jurek 6/60

Passing: RAY — Adrian Quintana 6-7/22; PWV — Logan Walker 0-5/0

Receiving: MWP — Audison Phimmasone 5/25; PWV — N/A

At Onalaska


Wahkiakum    0    0    6    0    —6

Onalaska    38    6    8    6    —58

Scoring Summary

ONY — Lucas Kreger 40-yard run; conversion failed

ONY — Kreger 66-yard run; Ashton Haight run

ONY — Haight 10-yard run; Hazen Inman run

ONY — Cade Lawrence 65-yard punt return; Kreger run

ONY — Haight 12-yard run; Inman run

ONY — Kreger 51-yard run; run failed

ONY — Marshal Haight 33-yard run; M. Haight run

WAH — Zach Brandon 1-yard run; run failed

ONY — Alex Pannkuk 32-yard run; run failed

Team Stats        WAH    ONY

First Downs        3    15

Rushing Yards        79    470

Passing Yards        16    0

Total Yards        95    470

Comp-Att-Int        2-10-0    0-0-0

Fumbles/Lost        1/1    1/1

Penalties/Yards    2/10    10/85

Individual Stats

Rushing: WAH — Braxton Johns 11/25; ONY — Kreger 6/206, A. Haight 7/66, Lawrence 2/14, M. Haight 4/78

Passing: WAH — Kaden Anderson 2-10/16; ONY — N/A

Receiving: WAH — KC Beery 1/10

At Kalama


Adna         0    7    0    7     —14

Kalama    0    21    6    0    —27

Scoring Summary

ADN — Braden Thomas 5-yard run; Thomas kick

KAL — Jackson Esary 10-yard run; kick good

KAL — Esary 41-yard run; kick good

KAL — Esary 1-yard run; kick good

KAL — O’Neil 75-yard run; kick failed

ADN — Zach Berg 39-yard pass to Cole Fay; kick good

Team Stats            ADN        KAL

First Downs            8        10

Rushing Yards            121        236

Passing Yards            100        88

Total Yards            221        324

Comp-Att-Int            6-14-0        4-12-1

Fumbles/Lost            0/0        1/0

Penalties/Yards        1/5        4/20

Individual Stats

Rushing: ADN — Braden Thomas 9/26, Cole Fay 10/42, Zach Berg 7/23; KAL — Jackson Esary 13/107

Passing: ADN — Braden Thomas 3-8/47, Zach Berg 3-6/53; KAL — Jackson Esary 4-12/58

Receiving: ADN — Cole Fay 3/46, Ryan Young 3/54; KAL — Brennon Vance 2/21, Max Cox 1/30



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