2B Football Roundup: Pirates Stumble, Right the Ship Versus Rainier
RAINIER — Adna fell behind by 16 points early on here Friday night but managed to turn the tides on the Mountaineers in time to leave town with a 38-16 SWW 2B League Mountain Division football victory.
“We shot ourselves in the foot with seven penalties,” said Adna coach KC Johnson. “We’ve got to just start playing cleaner football.”
After the first quarter the Pirates started making those adjustments on the fly, and it worked. Adna did not allow another point the rest of the way as they forced a 38-point swing to clinch the win.
Cole Fay led Adna’s rushing attack with 76 yards on 19 carries but it was his brother, Chance Fay — still working into the mix as he returns from an ankle injury — that put the majority of the Pirates’ points on the board. Chance Fay notched three scores on the night with an 8-yard scoring run, a 14-yard touchdown run and a safety.
“This is the first week we’ve really had him back starting and blocking for his brother, and running,” said Johnson. “He looked great all week in practice and he’s excited. It’s nice to see the Fay boys doing it together back there.”
Adna quarterback Conner Weed slung the ball 16 times for 66 yards on six completions, including a 29-yard scoring strike to Brady Collins at the start of the second quarter to start the Pirates comeback. Collins finished as the game’s leading receiver with two catches and 48 yards to go with his touchdown.
Cooper Viggers added a 10-yard scoring rush to the Adna effort and Abel Ingle snared an interception at the 12-yard line before returning it to the end zone for a score.
Johnson credited Ingle with anchoring the defense and noted that Weed had a solid kicking game that included four extra points and a handful of booming punts to give Adna the field position advantage for most of the night.
“Weed punted his butt off tonight. If two of them hadn’t gone in the end zone he would have averaged more than 60 (yards per punt),” said Johnson.
Adna (5-1, 2-1 division) will host Chief Leschi on Friday.
Napavine Dominates Life Christian
NAPAVINE — Napavine quarterback Dawson Stanley passed for six touchdowns, helping the Tigers to a 65-28 win over Life Christian in a SWW 2B League Mountain Division football game here Friday.
Stanley completed 10 of 16 passes for 222 yards and also ran for a score. Randy Kinswa caught three passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns, and Jordan Purvis caught three balls for 49 yards and two scores.
“I thought we did a good job. The gameplan was to work on a few things offensively, and one of those things was to get Dawson Stanley throwing the ball,” Napavine coach Josh Fay said. “I think part of that was a complete team effort. We found the end zone with multiple guys. Our O-line gave them a lot of time.”
Laythan Demarest was the Tigers’ leading rusher with four carries for 79 yards and a score, and Cole Van Wyck added 66 yards on four carries and a touchdown.
Stanley kicked off the scoring with a 14-yard pass to Purvis, and followed that up with a 41-yard strike to Draven Riddle. Kinswa caught the next touchdown pass, and Stanley found Alex Goana for a 10-yard touchdown. Stanley ran in a score from 18 yards away and Purvis scored on defense, returning an interception 33 yards for a 39-0 lead after a quarter.
Napavine (5-1, 4-0 league) travels to La Conner next Friday for a nonleague football game.
Toledo Trounces Mossyrock
TOLEDO — The Toledo defense held Mossyrock to 11 total yards en route to a 50-0 win in a SWW 2B League River Division football game here on Friday.
“Our guys were in the right spot all night. Hunter Eaton and Junior Arroyo were in the backfield most of the evening. It was a good defensive effort overall,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said.
The Indians’ Keyton Wallace had five carries for 177 yards and two touchdowns. Colby Cherrington had two carries for 26 yards and a score and Ethan Buck added four carries for 40 yards, and caught one pass for 24 yards and a touchdown.
Wallace started the scoring with a 44-yard touchdown run. Cherrington scored next with a 5-yard run, followed again by Wallace with a 63-yard scamper to the end zone. Cherrington scored a special teams touchdown next, returning a punt 60 yards for a score. Buck caught a 24-yard touchdown pass from Duke Schaplow, and the Toledo defense recorded a safety for a 37-0 lead after one quarter.
Trace Bybee had a 7-yard rushing touchdown in the second quarter, and Fano Arceo-Hansen returned an interception 60 yards to end the scoring.
Toledo (4-2, 2-0 division) faces Wahkiakum Friday in a River Division battle in Cathlamet. Mossyrock (0-6, 0-2 division) hosts Winlock Friday in a River Division game.
Titans Hand South Bend First Loss
SOUTH BEND — Pe Ell-Willapa Valley totaled 312 yards on the ground, running past South Bend 36-12 in a SWW 2B Coastal Division football game here on Friday.
The Titans ran all over the Indians while allowing just 171 yards of total offense for South Bend. Tyson Nissell ran for 154 yards on 21 carries and three touchdowns. Max Smith added 20 carries for 87 yards and a score.
“The team played really good. They came out full-throttle with intensity. It started raining really heavy, so we had to change the gameplan, and ran the ball well,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “Tyson Nissell just ran like a beast and our O-line blocked and did really good.”
Andrew Minton picked up a fumble and ran 25 yards to the end zone, giving PWV a 22-0 lead at halftime.
Nissell’s third touchdown of the night on a 7-yard run put PWV up 36-0 after three quarters.
Drew Rose threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter, but it was too late for the Indians.
Fluke noted the stellar defensive play of Minton, Bradley Prestegord, Kiah Carter, Tya Carter and Kobe Hoffman in the win.
PWV (4-2, 2-0 division) travels to Ilwaco Friday for a Coastal Division game.
Ducks Dump Winlock
WINLOCK — It was all Toutle Lake here tonight in SWW 2B League football action as the Ducks downed Winlock by a score of 33-0.
Ashter VanHoof led the Ducks charge with 134 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Logan Grabenhorst added another score on a four yard rush and Riley Kent returned a kickoff 95-yards for a touchdown for Toutle Lake.
For Winlock, Seth Lindsey toted the ball 16 times for 66 yards. Winlock was able to muster 152 yards of offense on the night, but surrendered 287 total yards in the loss.
Loggers Topple Chief Leschi
PUYALLUP – Onalaska left no stone unturned in their quest for points here Friday night on their way to a 73-0 victory over Chief Leschi in SWW 2B League Mountain Division football action.
The Loggers were hot out of the gate, putting up 46 points in the first quarter and 67 points the first half. That offensive outpouring was fueled by a potent rushing attack that amassed 400 yards on the night.
“I thought our kids played really hard tonight. It’s exciting to get a win like that,” said Onalaska coach Mazen Saade. “We don’t have a JV this year so it was nice to see some kids get rewarded for all the work that they’ve put in.”
Indeed, the Loggers spread the playing time and scoring duties around quite democratically. A full five players scored on the night, including once on a 37-yard interception returned for a touchdown by Lazaro Rodriguez. Rodriguez found the end zone for touchdowns two other times on the night, with scoring runs of 1 and 4 yards.
Ashton Haight led all rushers with 126 yards on 14 carries including scoring runs of 1, 11 and 16 yards. Lucas Kreger added 121 yards and a touchdown on five carries, while Bo Blankenship totaled 29 yards and a touchdown on just four carries. Hazen Inman also punched in a touchdown for Onalaska on a 5-yard rush.
Aside from the win, Saade was most pleased with the fact that this team committed no turnovers in the game.
“I think one of the biggest things for us tonight was the zero fumbles,” said Saade. “We talked about it all week, about limiting the fumbles and i think a lot of our kids took that to heart. I think we can beat anybody as long as we take care of the football.”
Onalaska (4-2, 2-2 league) hosts Morton-White Pass on Friday.
Morton-White Pass Shuts Down Neah Bay
NEAH BAY — Morton-White Pass made the long drive to Neah Bay on Friday, but left happy after a 46-0 win in a nonleague football game.
MWP had 412 yards of total offense, including 222 yards on the ground, while holding Neah Bay to just 108 yards.
Kaleb Rashoff completed 7 of 11 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Receiver Matt Poquette caught six passes for 158 yards and two scores. Gavyn Higdon led the Timberwolves on the ground with 12 carries for 82 yards and two scores.
The Timberwolves scored 32 points in the first quarter, starting with a Rashoff pass to Kade Gillispie for a 42-yard touchdown. Dylan Pelletier scored next with a 21-yard run, and Rashoff scored a touchdown on defense, picking up a fumble and running it 19 yards for the touchdown.
Poquette hauled in the next two touchdowns from Rashoff, one from 18 yards and another from 40 yards for a 32-0 lead after a quarter.
Higdon scored the only touchdown of the second quarter on a 31-yard run, and scored the last points of the game in the third quarter on a 27-yard run.
MWP (3-3, 1-2 league) travels to Onalaska Friday for a SWW 2B Mountain Division game.
TIGERS 65, EAGLES 28
Life Christian 0 6 6 16 — 28
Napavine 39 13 0 13 — 65
NAP — Dawson Stanley 14-yard pass to Jordan Purvis; Alex Gaona kick
NAP — Stanley 41-yard pass to Draven Riddle; kick failed
NAP — Stanley 40-yard pass to Randy Kinswa; kick good
NAP — Stanley 10-yard pass to Alex Gaona; kick good
NAP — Stanley 18-yard run; kick failed
NAP — Purvis 33-yard interception return; kick blocked
NAP — Cole Van Wyck 14-yard run; kick failed
NAP — Laythan Demerest 51-yard run; Chase McCarter kick
LC — Ezra Miller 68-yard run; run failed
LC — Miller 53-yard run; conversion failed
LC — Miller 2-yard fumble recovery; Miller run
LC — Miller 18-yard run; kick good
NAP — Stanley 29-yard pass to Kinswa; kick good
NAP — Stanley 16-yard pass to Purvis; kick good
Team Stats LC NAP
First Downs 5 11
Rushing Yards 216 266
Passing Yards 11 222
Total Yards 227 488
Comp-Att-Int 1-3-1 10-16
Fumbles/Lost 3/2 0/0
Penalties/Yards 1/5 4/25
Rushing: LC — Ezra Miller 18/206; NAP — Laythan Demerest 4/79, Cole Van Wyck 4/66
Passing: LC — Nathan Joslin 1-3/1; NAP — Dawson Stanley 10-16/222
Receiving: LC — N/A; NAP — Randy Kinswa 3/84, Jordan Purvis 3/49, Draven Riddle 1/41
INDIANS 50, VIKINGS 0
Mossyrock 0 0 0 0 — 0
Toledo 37 13 0 0 — 50
TOL — Keyton Wallace 44-yard run; Malunat kick
TOL — Colby Cherrington 5-yard run; Malunat kick
TOL — Wallace 63-yard run; Malunat kick
TOL — Cherrington 60-yard punt return; Malunat kick
TOL — Ethan Buck 24-yard catch from Duke Schaplow; Malunat kick
TOL — Safety
TOL — Trace Bybee 7-yard run; Malunat kick
TOL — Fano Arceo-Hansen 60-yard interception return; Malunat kick
Team Stats MOS TOL
First Downs N/A N/A
Rushing Yards 33 274
Passing Yards -22 24
Total Yards 11 298
Comp-Att-Int 0-6-1 1-1-0
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 2/0
Penalties/Yards N/A N/A
Rushing: MOS — Nick Fried 6/7; TOL — Keyton Wallace 5/177, Ethan Buck 4/40, Colby Cherrington 2/26
Passing: MOS — N/A; TOL — Duke Schaplow 1-1/24
Receiving: MOS — N/A; TOL — Ethan Buck 1/24
At South Bend
TITANS 36, INDIANS 12
PWV 8 14 14 0 — 36
South Bend 0 0 0 12 — 12
PWV — Tyson Nissell 1-yard run; Peter Hamilton run
PWV — Nissell 54-yard run; conversion failed
PWV — Andrew Minton 25-yard fumble recovery; Pearson to Shepherd conversion
PWV — Max Smith 5-yard run; conversion failed
PWV — Nissell 7-yard run; Nissell run
SB — Drew Rows 30-yard pass Raul Mora; kick failed
SB — Rows 15-yard Ben Byington; kick failed
Team Stats PWV SB
First Downs 13 6
Rushing Yards 312 76
Passing Yards 32 95
Total Yards 344 171
Comp-Att-Int 2-7-0 6-16-0
Fumbles/Lost 3/2 5/4
Penalties/Yards 7/50 8/65
Rushing: PWV — Tyson Nissell 21/154, Max Smith 20/87, Peter Hamilton 9/61; SB — Byington 14/41
Passing: PWV — Matt Pearson 2-7/32; SB — Drew Rows 6-16/95
Receiving: PWV — Ryan Shepherd 2/32; SB — Byington 3/36
PIRATES 38, MOUNTAINEERS 16
Adna 8 0 23 7 — 38
Rainier 16 0 0 0 — 16
RAN – Brody Klein 1-yard run; 2-point conversion
RAN – Zach Lofgren 49-yard run; 2-point conversion
ADN – Conner Weed 29-yard pass to Brady Collins; Camden Ryan 2-point catch
ADN – Chance Fay safety
ADN – Ch. Fay 8-yard run; Weed kick
ADN – Able Ingle 12-yard interception return; Weed kick
ADN – Ch. Fay 14-yard run; Weed kick
ADN – Cooper Viggers 10-yard run; Weed kick
Team Stats ADN RAN
First Downs 14 11
Rushing Yards 212 189
Passing Yards 66 14
Total Yards 278 203
Comp-Att-Int 6-16-0 2-4-1
Fumbles/Lost 2/0 3/1
Penalties/Yards 7/50 1/10
Rushing: ADN — Co. Fay 19/76, Ch. Fay 4/31; RAN — Logren
Passing: ADN — 6/16-66; RAN — Lofgren 2/4-14
Receiving: ADN — Brady Collins 2/48; RAN— N/A
LOGGERS 73, WARRIORS 0
Onalaska 46 21 6 0 — 73
Chief Leschi 0 0 0 0 — 0
ONY – Lucas Kreger 18-yard run; Rodriguez 2-point
ONY – Hazen Inman 5-yard run; Rodriguez 2-point
ONY – Kreger 34-yard run; Haight 2-point
ONY – Rodriguez 1-yard run; run failed
ONY – Haight 1-yard run; Inman 2-point
ONY – Haight 16-yard run; Sanchez 2-point
ONY – Rodriguez 4-yard run; Haight 2 point
ONY – Rodriguez 37-yard interception return; Rodriguez kick
ONY – Haight 11-yard run; kick fail
ONY – Bo Blankenship 1-yard run; kick fail
Team Stats ONY CL
First Downs 18 4
Rushing Yards 400 7
Passing Yards 41 29
Total Yards 441 36
Comp-Att-Int 1-1-0 4-9-2
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1
Penalties/Yards 7/65 2/20
Rushing: ONY — Ashton Haight 14/126, Lucas Kreger 5/121, Lazaro Rodriguez 7/53, Bo Blankenship 4/29 ; CL — McQueen 9/23
Passing: ONY — Kreger 1-1/41; CL — #19 4/9-29
Receiving: ONY — Cade Lawrence 1/41; CL — N/A
DUCKS 33, CARDINALS 0
Toutle Lake 7 14 6 6 — 33
Winlock 0 0 0 0 — 0
TL – Asher VanHoof 4-yard rush; kick
TL – VanHoof 3-yard run; kick
TL – VanHoof 3-yard run; kick
TL – Riley Kent 95-yard kick return; PAT fail
TL – Logan Grabenhorst 4-yard rush; PAT fail
Team Stats TL WIN
First Downs N/A 5
Rushing Yards 265 152
Passing Yards 22 0
Total Yards 287 152
Comp-Att-Int 2/4-22 0/4-0
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1
Penalties/Yards N/A N/A
Rushing: TL — VanHoof 16/134; WIN — Seth Lindsey 16/66
Passing: TL — Marshall Coleman 2/4-22; WIN — N/A
Receiving: TL — Grabenhorst 2-22; WIN — N/A