ROCHESTER — The Warrior defense allowed 450 yards here on Friday night, helping 3A Hudson’s Bay earn a 34-7 win in nonleague football action.
The Eagles had 296 passing yards, while Rochester managed just 149 total yards.
Enrique Sanchez led the Warriors with 74 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown. Quarterback Bryce Lollar completed 4 of 12 passes for 52 yards, and Patrick Riley had one catch for 30 yards.
Neither team scored in the first quarter, but Hudson’s Bay started the scoring in the second quarter with a 1-yard touchdown run by Akilotoa Kaumatule. Parker Marsh ran in a 10-yard score, and quarterback Brian Perez’Tinoco found Julio Vara for a 10-yard touchdown to make it 20-0 Eagles at halftime.
It was a scoreless third quarter, but Perez’Tinoco found Carter Morse for a 20-yard touchdown pass to start the fourth quarter. Marsh threw a touchdown pass to Morse for 39 yards to end the scoring for Hudson’s Bay. Sanchez scored a 31-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter for the Warriors only score.
Rochester (1-1) travels to face Charles Wright Academy on Friday in a nonleague game.
Beavers Beat Bellevue Christian for First Win
TENINO — The Beavers scored their first win on their new black turf field here Friday night, picking up a 20-7 nonleague win over Bellevue Christian.
Quarterback Miles Cannon threw three touchdown passes, and Tenino scored 20 unanswered points to secure the victory.
Bellevue Christian scored on a quarterback sneak in the first quarter, but Cannon found Guy Murillo on a 25-yard scoring strike just before halftime to tie things up at the break.
Cannon hit Jace Griffis on a 5-yard slant in the third quarter, and then hit Murillo again in the fourth, also on a 5-yard slant, to cap the scoring.
Tenino (1-1) is scheduled to play at Columbia High School in White Salmon on Friday.