Friday’s 2B Football: Onalaska Remains Undefeated With Win Over Morton-White Pass
By The Chronicle
RANDLE — Onalaska ran for 442 yards here on Friday to defeat Morton-White Pass 46-6 in a SWW 2B Mountain Division football game.
Ashton Haight shined once again, rushing for 262 yards on 22 carries with three touchdowns. Quarterback Lucas Kreger had six carries for 151 yards and three scores and also was 3 for 3 passing for 139 yards and a touchdown.
The Loggers accumulated 581 yards of total offense.
“Kreger did a heck of a job from the quarterback position executing the triple option,” Onalaska coach Mazen Saade said. “It’s pretty fun to watch when that thing’s humming. Tonight, it was humming.”
Cade Lawrence caught a 70-yard touchdown pass and Kyle Hamilton added a catch for 58 yards.
MWP’s Kaleb Rashoff ran for 80 yards on nine carries and Dylan Hamre added 53 yards on 12 carries. Rashoff also completed 7 of 15 passes for 74 yards and an interception.
“Defensively, there’s a lot of things that need to be corrected. Tonight, it was pretty obvious,” MWP coach Lee Metcalf said. “On offense, we moved the ball well inside the 20s, but we’d get down there and turn it over or have a stupid penalty. We had plenty of opportunities, just didn’t take care of business.”
The Loggers, Metcalf added, looked good.
“They’re a better football team than us. That’s their best team in years,” he said. “They were going to beat us, but I didn’t feel like we played well and that’s frustrating.”
Kreger ran in two touchdowns in the first quarter, and Haight’s 51-yard scoring run put Onalaska up 20-0 after a quarter.
Dylan Hamre scored MWP’s lone touchdown in the second quarter. Kreger then hit Lawe
The Timberwolves got on the board in the second quarter with 3-yard run by Dylan Hamre.
Lawrence’s touchdown, and a 50-yard score from Haight, put the Loggers up 34-6 at the break.
Kreger and Haight each added third-quarter touchdowns.
“Offensively, we blocked well and got after it. I was real impressed with how our team played,” Saade said. “Defensively, we didn’t play as well as we hoped. We need to shore up our defense.”
Onalaska (5-0, 1-0 division) hosts Rainier on Friday in a battle of Mountain Division undefeated teams while MWP (4-1, 0-1 division) travels to Napavine for a Mountain Division contest.
Kalama Cruises Past Winlock
WINLOCK — Kalama scored 42 points in the first half to cruise to a 62-8 win over Winlock in a Southwest Washington 2B River Division football game here on Friday.
The Cardinals struggled overall against Kalama, totaling just 89 yards of offense including just seven yards on the ground. Kalama tallied 523 yards of offense, including 328 yards through the air.
Alex Dyer was 13 of 17 for 287 yards and four touchdowns. Bradey Vance rushed for 63 yards on three carries and Brennon Vance caught two passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns.
Winlock’s Bryce Cline was 3 of 8 passing for 82 yards and two interceptions. Noah Patching caught one pass for 75 yards.
Dyer threw three touchdown passes in the first half, and Kalama led 42-0 before a 1-yard run by Everado Garcia broke up the shutout and trimmed the lead to 42-8 at the break.
Dyer threw a 25-yard score to Max Ross to start the third quarter and Colby Tucker added a 10-yard touchdown scamper for a 56-8 lead after three quarters.
Winlock (1-4, 0-1) hits the road on Friday to face Mossyrock in a River Division battle.
Toledo Trounces Toutle Lake
TOLEDO — Toledo started off Southwest Washington River Division games on a high note, clobbering Toutle Lake 53-0 here on Friday.
The Indians amassed 386 yards of offense, all on the ground. Ethan Buck carried the ball six times for 76 yards and two scores. Colbey Cherrington added 85 yards on eight carries and two scores and Duke Schaplow had eight carries for 58 yards and three touchdowns.
Toledo’s defense was stout, allowing just 58 total yards.
“We played well,” Toledo coach Mike Christensen said. “We came out focused, knew league was starting and we had to clean up a lot of stuff, and we took a step in the right direction.”
Buck’s two touchdowns and scores from Cherrington and Schaplow put Toledo up 27-0 at halftime.
Schaplow scored early in the third quarter on a 4-yard run and Cherrington added a 2-yard scoring run, followed by Schaplow’s third touchdown, to put Toledo up 46-0 after three.
Jesse Towns ran 16-yards to the end zone for the final score of the game in the fourth quarter.
Christensen noted the outstanding defensive play of Davin Kinsman and Jacob Marley in the win.
Toledo (2-3, 1-0) travels to face defending state champion Kalama on Friday in a SWW 2B River Division contest.
Pe Ell-Willapa Valley Tops Lyle/Wishram
PE ELL — Pe Ell-WIllapa Valley bounced back from a Week 4 loss to earn a 33-7 win over Lyle/Wishram in a non-league football game here Friday.
PWV’s Max Smith had 128 yards on 22 carries with a touchdown. Logan Walker was 4 of 11 passing for 80 yards and two touchdowns. Sam Western caught two passes for 33 yards and a score.
PWV’s defense showed improvement, holding Lyle/Wishram to 170 yards of total offense. Andrew Mitton had 10 tackles and two sacks and Wyatt Bush had seven tackles and a sack. Walker and Western each had an interception, Luke Gerow had a fumble recovery and Smith recorded eight tackles.
Walker started the scoring in the second quarter with a 24-yard pass to Western. Smith scored next with a 4-yard run and Walker found Smith for a 30-yard touchdown and a 20-0 lead at halftime.
Sam Shelton scored both touchdowns in the second half on runs of 9 and 7 yard.
Lyle/Wishram put an end to the shutout in the fourth quarter with a Brandon Montoya 3-yard run.
The game was scheduled on Wednesday after the Titans’ original opponent, Chief Leschi, forfeited.
“We knew nothing. We got to, like, a second of film on Tuesday night when they were playing an eight-man team,” PWV coach Josh Fluke said. “I’ve got to thank that team. Coach Pete (John Peterson) knows everybody in the state in the football world and he called them up.”
PWV (2-3, 1-0) travels to South Bend next week for a SWW 2B Coastal Division game.
Mules Kick Past Mossyrock 58-21
CATHLAMET — Wahkiakum opened SWW 2B League River Division play on a high note here Friday, dumping Mossyrock 58-21.
TJ Villanueva scored three receiving touchdowns for the Vikings, from 50, 60 and 17 yards out.
Wahkiakum, however, built a 35-9 lead by halftime and added three touchdowns in the third quarter to secure the win.
Quentin Nelson ran for 134 yards and a touchdown for the winners, while quarterback Luke Brown passed for 170 yards and three scores.
“We had our moments. We looked good at times, when our defense was holding them, and then they would turn one loose,” Mossyrock coach Chris Fried said. “We couldn’t get our running game going, and we couldn’t get anything up the middle or around the outside.”
Adrian Bazante kicked a 25-yard field goal in the first quarter for Mossyrock, and Nick Fried threw two touchdown passes.
Mossyrock (2-3, 0-1 division) hosts Winlock on Friday in a homecoming game. Wahkiakum (2-3, 1-0 division) plays at Toutle Lake on Friday.
CHINOOKS 62, DUCKS 0
Kalama 28 14 14 6 — 62
Winlock 0 8 0 0 — 8
KAL — Alex Dyer 60-yard pass to Bradey Vance; kick good
KAL — Dyer 73-yard pass to Vance, kick good
KAL — Brennon Vance 2-yard run; kick good
KAL — Randall Keithley 33-yard interception return; kick good
KAL — Elijah Haynes 7-yard run; kick good
KAL — Dyer 26-yard pass to Grant Vandenberg; kick good
WIN — Everardo Garcia 1-yard run; Bryce Cline run
KAL — Dyer 25-yard pass to Max Ross; kick good
KAL — Colby Tucker 10-yard run; kick good
KAL — Brayden Libby 1-yard pass to Max Cox; kick no good
Team Stats KAL WIN
First Downs 13 1
Rushing Yards 195 7
Passing Yards 328 82
Total Yards 523 89
Comp-Att-Int 16-21-0 3-8-2
Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/0
Penalties/Yards 2/15 2/15
Rushing: KAL — Bradey Vance 3/63; WIN — Logan Hall 4/11
Passing: KAL — Alex Dyer 13-17/287; WIN — Bryce Cline 3-8/82
Receiving: KAL — Brennon Vance 2/91; WIN — Noah Patching 1/75
INDIANS 53, DUCKS 0
Toutle Lake 0 0 0 0 — 0
Toledo 14 13 19 7 — 53
TOL — Ethan Buck 32-yard run; kick good
TOL — Colbey Cherrington 65-yard punt return; kick good
TOL — Duke Schaplow 1-yard run; kick good
TOL — Ethan Buck 25-yard run; kick no good
TOL — Schaplow 4-yard run; kick blocked
TOL — Cherrington 2-yard run; kick no good
TOL — Schaplow 12-yard run; kick good
TOL — Jesse Towns 16-yard run; Hunter Smith good
Team Stats TL TOL
First Downs N/A N/A
Rushing Yards 42 386
Passing Yards 16 0
Total Yards 58 386
Comp-Att-Int 2-7-0 0-4-0
Fumbles/Lost 1/1 2/1
Penalties/Yards N/A N/A
Rushing: TL — Riley Kent 22/40; TOL — Buck 6/76, Cherrington 8/85, Schaplow 8/58
Passing: TL — Chase Hadaller 2-7/16; TOL — Bryce Marcil 0-4/0
Receiving: TL — Logan Grabenhorst 1/15; TOL — N/A
LOGGERS 46, T-WOLVES 6
Onalaska 20 14 12 0 — 46
Morton-WP 0 6 0 0 — 6
ONY — Lucas Kreger 21-yard run; failed
ONY — Kreger 17-yard run; Haight run
ONY — Ashton Haight 51-yard run; conversion failed
MWP — Dylan Hamre 3-yard run; conversion failed
ONY — Kreger 70-yard pass to Cade Lawrence; conversion failed
ONY — Haight 50-yard run; Haight run
ONY — Kreger 79-yard run; conversion failed
ONY — Ashton Haight 2-yard run; conversion failed
Team Stats ONY MWP
First Downs 13 15
Rushing Yards 442 196
Passing Yards 139 74
Total Yards 581 270
Comp-Att-Int 3-3-0 7-15-1
Fumbles/Lost 1/1 1/0
Penalties/Yards 9/82 2/25
Rushing: ONY — Ashton Haight 22/262/3, Lucas Kreger 6/151/3; MWP — Kaleb Rashoff 9/80, Dylan Hamre 12/53
Passing: ONY — Lucas Kreger 3-3/139; MWP — Kaleb Rashoff 7-15/74
Receiving: ONY — Cade Lawrence 1/70, Kyle Hamilton 1/58; MWP — Jesse Urban 4/51
At Pe Ell
TITANS 33, COUGARS 7
Lyle/Wishram 0 0 0 7 — 7
PWV 0 20 6 7 — 33
PWV — Logan Walker 24-yard pass to Sam Western; Carson Cox kick
PWV — Max Smith 4-yard run; Cox kick
PWV — Walker 30-yard pass to Smith; kick failed
PWV — Sam Shelton 9-yard run; kick blocked
PWV — Sam Shelton 7-yard run; Cox kick
LWH — Brandon Montoya 3-yard run; kick good
Team Stats LWH PWV
First Downs 9 10
Rushing Yards 107 209
Passing Yards 63 80
Total Yards 170 289
Comp-Att-Int 6-15-2 4-11-1
Fumbles/Lost 1/1 2/1
Penalties/Yards 8/55 4/25
Rushing: LWH — Brandon Montoya 11/85; PWV — Max Smith 22/128, Kollin Jurek 10/49
Passing: LWH — Kurtis Billette 4-6/34; PWV — Logan Walker 4-11/80
Receiving: LWH — Brandon Montoya 1/16; PWV — Sam Western 2/33
MULES 58, VIKINGS 21
Mossyrock 3 6 0 12 — 21
Wahkiakum 14 21 23 0 — 58
MOS — Adrian Bazante 25-yard field goal
MOS — Aiden Weist 50-yard pass to TJ Villanueva; kick failed
MOS — Nick Fried 60-yard pass to Villanueva; kick failed
MOS — Fried 17-yard pass to Villanueva; kick failed
Team Stats MOS WAH
First Downs 5 8
Rushing Yards 75 260
Passing Yards 270 190
Total Yards 345 450
Comp-Att-Int 5-10-3 5-10-1
Fumbles/Lost 3/1 3/0
Penalties/Yards 5/40 13/115
Individual Stats N/A