2B Football Roundup: Pe Ell-Willapa Valley Blanks Chief Leschi

By The Chronicle

PUYALLUP — Max Smith scored three touchdowns and the Titan defense held Chief Leschi to just minus-6 yards of offense in a 52-0 win in a SWW 2B Coastal Division football game here on Friday night.

Max Smith had five carries for 69 yards and a touchdown and returned two kickoffs for a score. Kollin Jurek added 91 yards on six carries and two touchdowns.

Logan Walker was 1-of-2 passing for two yards and ran in a touchdown, but was injured in the first quarter with a broken collarbone.

Landin Isaksen caught the lone pass for two yards for PWV.

“We played good. Everybody had a good game. Once again, Max Smith dominated all aspects of the game,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “Kollin Jurek had one hell of a game too.”

Fluke also highlighted Tyler Adkins, who came in for the injured Walker and ran the Titan offense well. He also noted the performance of Andrew Mitten at defensive end.

Smith returned the opening kickoff for an 85-yard touchdown return. Walker punched in a score on a 5-yard run and Smith ran in another score from 16 yards out for a 21-0 lead after one quarter.

Jurek scored on a 12-yard run to begin the second quarter and followed it up with a 34-yard touchdown scamper.

Mitten sacked Chief Leschi in the end zone for a safety and Smith returned the ensuing punt 60-yards for a 45-0 lead at halftime.

Isaksen ran in a 32-yard touchdown to complete the scoring in the third quarter.

The Warriors had minus-34 yards rushing against the Titans.

PWV (3-2, 2-0) hosts Baker, Oregon, next Friday in Pe Ell at 7 p.m. in a non-league game.

Loggers Rolls Past Timberwolves

ONALASKA — Onalaska scored 48 points in the first quarter and never looked back to earn a 72-0 win against Morton-White Pass in a SWW 2B Mountain Division football game here on Friday.

Ashton Haight had nine carries for 128 yards and three touchdowns and Cade Lawrence had two carries for 36 yards and two scores. Dyllon Dublin had seven carries for 84 yards, Marshal Haight had four carries for 51 yards and Gunnar Talley recorded three carries for 23 yards and two touchdowns.

Lucas Kreger completed one pass for 18 yards and a score and Lawrence caught that pass for the touchdown.

Not only did Lawrence get it done on offense, he had three interceptions on defense and returned one for a touchdown. Onalaska allowed just 25 yards of total offense.

“Our guys played great. They set the tone early, they put 64 up at the half. I thought they played real well,” Onalaska coach Mazen Saade said. “I’m impressed with how our starters played. Cade (Lawrence) had a heck of a night. The line played well offensively up front. The true story is our defense, defense played real well tonight. It was awesome to see the young guys get to play and with their backs against the wall, they wanted to preserve the shutout and they did.”
Saade noted freshman Juan Ibarra and Aidan Readman for their play on defense to hold MWP out of the end zone.

Ashton Haight started the scoring with touchdown runs of 25 and five yards. Cade Lawrence carried the next two touchdowns, both 18-yard runs. Kreger completed an 18-yard pass to Lawrence and then Lawrence returned an interception 40 yards for another score.

Ashton Haight had his hat trick touchdown on a 25-yard run and Gunnar Talley ran in the final two scores from one and 13 yards out.

Onalaska (5-0, 1-0) travels to Rainier on Friday for another Mountain Division contest.

Wahkiakum Overwhelms Mossyrock 

MOSSYROCK — The Vikings kept pace with the Mules for two quarters before Wahkiakum’s offense started rolling in a 34-14 win in a SWW 2B River Division football game here on Friday.

Evan Gootgeld had 186 yards on 33 carries and quarterback Aiden Weist was 3-of-11 passing for 15 yards. Ryan Belino caught all three passes for Mossyrock.

Wahkiakum’s Braxton Johns had 90 yards on 10 carries and a score and quarterback Kaden Anderson was 5-of-10 for 129 yards and two scores and KC Beery caught two passes for 41 yards and a touchdown.

“Not too well, we came out pretty strong with our hopes up high and played a good ball game with them. Then the wheels fell off,” Mossyrock coach Chris Fried said. “We let up. It looked like we didn’t know how to run our plays. We got a little banged up and couldn’t keep it going.”

Fried commended the play of Gootgeld and Dyllan Padrick, stepping up as a leader and trying to fire up his teammates during the deficit.

Mossyrock drew first blood with a 30-yard touchdown run by Gootgeld and he ran in the ensuing conversion for an 8-0 lead after one quarter. Anderson had a 13-yard touchdown run in the second quarter and a point after allowed the Vikings an 8-7 lead at halftime.

The Mules broke the game open in the third quarter with 21 points. Leitz scored on a 10-yard run and Anderson completed a 28-yard pass to Beery. Anderson connected with Leitz on a 40-yard touchdown throw before Gootgeld scored on a 1-yard run to cut the lead to 28-14 after three quarters.

The Mules put the game on ice with a 47-yard touchdown run by Johns.

Wahkiakum outgained Mossyrock 286-245, although the Vikings had the advantage in rushing yards, 230-157.

Mossyrock (2-3, 0-1) travels to Winlock on Friday for another River Division contest.

Winlock Falls to Kalama

KALAMA — The Cardinals couldn’t get their offense going and Kalama took full advantage in a 59-0 loss in a SWW 2B River Division football game here on Friday.

Bryce Cline was 6-of-18 passing for 83 yards and four interceptions. He also led the team in rushing with 39 yards on 14 carries. Coleson Richendollar caught one pass for 30 yards and Nolan Swofford caught one pass for 37 yards.

Kalama’s Jackson Esary was 10-of-15 passing for 209 yards and three touchdowns and also had two rushing touchdowns. Bradey O’Neil had two carries for 68 yards and a score and Max Cox caught three passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns.

Winlock managed just 190 yards of total offense while Kalama had 367 yards.

The Chinooks scored 16 points in the first quarter with Esary completing a touchdown pass to Cox and O’Neil recording a 65-yard scoring run. O’Neil then returned an interception 24 yards.

Esary had a part in the next four touchdowns, two through the air and two on the ground and Alex LaBoa completed the scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run.

Winlock (3-2, 0-1) hosts Mossyrock next Friday in a River Division battle.

Mountaineers Dominate Fort Vancouver

RAINIER — Brody Klein had another big game, and Rainier thumped Fort Vancouver 41-0 here Friday in nonleague football action.

Klein ran the ball three times for 63 yards and scored a touchdown on each carry, and the Mountaineers led 34-0 after a quarter.

Mikey Green completed 5 of 6 pass attempts for 136 yards and tossed a 34-yard touchdown to Riffe Holmes. Holmes added 62 rushing yards on two carries, and Green ran for 43 yards on three carries.

Rainier (4-1) opens SWW 2B League Mountain Division play on Friday night with No. 2 Onalaska visiting.

At Tacoma


Pe Ell-WV      21    24    7    0     —52

Chief Leschi    0    0    0    0    —0

Scoring Summary

PWV — Max Smith 85-yard kickoff return; Garret Keeton kick

PWV — Logan Walker 5-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Smith 16-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Kollin Jurek 12-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Jurek 34-yard run; Keeton kick

PWV — Andrew Mitten sack for safety

PWV — Smith 60-yard kickoff return; conversion good

PWV — Landin Isaksen 32-yard run; Keeton kick

Team Stats            PWV        CL

First Downs            11        2

Rushing Yards            26/254        23/-34

Passing Yards            2        28

Total Yards            256        -6

Comp-Att-Int            1-4-0        6-15-1

Fumbles/Lost            2/0        2/1

Penalties/Yards        6/55        8/47

Individual Stats

Rushing: PWV — Kollin Jurek 6/91, Max Smith 5/69; CL — N/A

Passing: TOL — Logan Walker 1-2/2; CL — David De La Cruz 5-13/26

Receiving: TOL — Landin Isaksen 1/2; CL — Kenny Keesy 3/16

At Onalaska


MWP          0    0    0    0     —0

Onalaska    48    16    8    0    —72

Scoring Summary

ONY — Ashton Haight 25-yard run; Haight run

ONY — Ashton Haight 5-yard run; Lucas Kreger run

ONY — Cade Lawrence 18-yard run; Haight run

ONY — Lawrence 18-yard run; Haight run

ONY — Kreger 18-yard pass to Lawrence; Haight run

ONY — Lawrence 40-yard interception run; Marshal Haight run

ONY — Ashton Haight 25-yard run; Dyllon Dublin run

ONY — Gunnar Talley 1-yard run; Marshal Haight run

ONY — Talley 13-yard run; Danny Dalsted run

Team Stats            MWP        ONY

First Downs            1        15

Rushing Yards            -3        32/387

Passing Yards            28        18

Total Yards            25        405

Comp-Att-Int            5-22-3        1-2-0

Fumbles/Lost            1/1        1/1

Penalties/Yards        N/A        6/60

Individual Stats

Rushing: MWP — N/A; ONY— Ashton Haight 9/128, Cade Lawrence 2/36, Lucas Kreger 1/18, Dillon Dublin 7/84, Gunnar Talley 3/23, Marshal Haight 4/51

Passing: MWP — Keegan Kelly 5-22/28; ONY —  Lucas Kreger 1-2/18

Receiving: MWP — N/A; ONY — Cade Lawrence 1/18

At Mossyrock


Wahkiakum      0    7    21    6     —34

Mossyrock    8    0    6    0    —14

Scoring Summary

MOS — Evan Gootgeld 30-yard run; Gootgeld run

WAH — Kaden Anderson 13-yard run; kick good

WAH — Jake Leitz 10-yard run; kick good

WAH — Anderson 28-yard pass to KC Beery; kick good

WAH — Anderson 40-yard pass to Leitz; kick good

MOS — Gootgeld 1-yard run; kick failed

WAH — Braxton Johns 47-yard run; kick no good

Team Stats            WAH        MOS

First Downs            17        22

Rushing Yards            157        230

Passing Yards            129        15

Total Yards            286        245

Comp-Att-Int            5-10-0        3-11-0

Fumbles/Lost            3/2        3/1

Penalties/Yards        6/46        6/45

Individual Stats

Rushing: WAH — Braxton Johns 10/90, Kaden Anderson 9/39; MOS — Evan Gootgeld 33/186

Passing: WAH — Kaden Anderson 5-10/129; MOS —  Aiden Weist 3-11/15

Receiving: WAH — KC Beery 2/41; MOS — Ryan Belino 3/15

At Toutle


Toledo      0    12    19    7     —38

Toutle Lake    0    0    12    0    —12

Scoring Summary

TOL — Jacob Marley 4-yard run; kick failed

TOL — Duke Schaplow 53-yard run; run failed

TOL — Carlo Arceo-Hansen 47-yard run; run failed

TOL — Arceo-Hansen 7-yard run; run failed

TOL — Schaplow 26-yard pass to Arceo-Hansen; kick good

TL — Chase Hadaller 1-yard run; run failed

TL — Chase Hadaller 24-yard pass to Hunter Hadaller; run failed

TOL — Marley 5-yard run; kick good

Team Stats            TOL        TL

First Downs            N/A        N/A

Rushing Yards            347        184

Passing Yards            38        41

Total Yards            385        225

Comp-Att-Int            2-3-1        5-9-1

Fumbles/Lost            3/2        3/1

Penalties/Yards        N/A        N/A

Individual Stats

Rushing: TOL — Schaplow 8/127, Rego 8/92, Arceo-Hansen 3/72; TL — C. Hadaller 22/102, Taylor Lundquist 19/62

Passing: TOL — Schaplow 5-10/129; TL —  C. Hadaller 3-11/15

Receiving: TOL — Arceo-Hansen 2/38 2/41; TL — H. Hadaller 1/26

At Kalama


Winlock      0    0    0    0     —0

Kalama    16    24    6    13    —59

Scoring Summary

KAL — Jackson Esary 32-yard pass to Max Cox; Esary to Brennon Vance conversion

KAL — Bradey O’Neil 65-yard run; Esary to Vance conversion

KAL — O’Neil 24-yard interception return; Cochran run

KAL — Esary 6-yard run; Esary to Cox conversion

KAL — Esary 65-yard pass to Cox; O’Neil run

KAL — Esary 1-yard run; Anderson kick

KAL — Esary to Caleb Jones, kick failed

KAL — Alex Laboa 1-yard run; kick failed

Team Stats            WIN        KAL

First Downs            7        17

Rushing Yards            107        158

Passing Yards            83        209

Total Yards            190        367

Comp-Att-Int            6-18-4        10-15-0

Fumbles/Lost            5/1        1/0

Penalties/Yards        7/60        5/40

Individual Stats

Rushing: WIN — Bryce Cline 14/39; KAL — Bradey O’Neil 2/68

Passing: WIN — Bryce Cline 6-18/83; KAL —  Jackson Esary 10-15/209

Receiving: WIN — Coleson Richendollar 1/30, Nolan Swofford 1/37; KAL — Max Cox 3/116



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