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Kalama exacted some revenge Friday night over Woodland, scoring 26 unanswered points to pull away from the visiting Beavers.

Brennan Vance rushed for 122 yards on 13 carries with two touchdowns and also caught two balls for 35 yards and score, Jackson Esary was 4-of-8 for 48 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions in his debut.

Isaiah Flanagan ran in a touchdown for Woodland’s only points of the night and an early lead, but Kalama came back in the second half.

Led by Vance, Kalama coach Sean McDonald said, the Chinooks adjusted to Woodland and, despite a 7-6 halftime deficit, scored 20 second-half points to pull away. Kalama scored some momentum going into the locker rooms with a fourth-and-goal stop of Woodland the keep the score there.

Brooks Massey had Woodland’s two interceptions defensively.

“It’s always an absolute battle between these two teams,” Kalama coach Sean McDonald said. “We faced some adversity in the first quarter, but fixed things on defense, made some adjustments and got guys in the right place.

“Brennon Vance took the game into his hands in the second half.”

Kalama visits Napavine next week and Woodland hosts La Center.

Chinooks 26, Beavers 7

Woodland; 7; 0; 0; 0; 7;

Kalama; 0; 6; 8; 12; 26;

W — Isaiah Flanagan 4 run (Emmanuel Cruz kick)

K — Brady O’Neil 2 run (2-point failed)

K — Brennon Vance 7 run (Jackson Esary run)

K — Vance 9 run (2-point failed)

K — Vance 8 pass from Esary (kick failed)

Individual leaders

RUSHING — W: JJ Fuerst 13-48, Isaiah Flanagan 19-45 Hunter Smith 6-15, Brooks Massey 4-10, Mark Morales 1-1, . K: Brennon Vance 13-122, Eli Haines 6-44, Brady O’Neil 6-25.

PASSING — W: Isaiah Flanagan 10-21-0, 145. K: Jackson Esary 4-8-2, 48.

RECEIVING — W: Matt Yager 2-55, Fransisco Yager 3-43, Isaac Hall 2-29, Hunter Smith 3-18. Brennon Vance 2-35, Max Cox 1-4, Brady O’Neil 1-9.

Rainier 22, Kennedy 0: The Columbians shut out the defending 2A champions behind four interceptions and two fumbles while holding the Trojans to just 160 total yards as they started their title defense.

Stone Ware, Tracer Carr, Korbin Howell and Brandon Isaacson all had Rainier’s picks and Trevor Carr recovered two fumbles for the Columbians.

Kenney Tripp scored his first touchdown as the starting quarterback for the Rainiers, and also added 67 rushing yards on 11 carries. Stone Ware had 50 yards on 10 carries with a score and Brandon Isaacson had 56 yards on just six carries and a score.

“It was a great win,” Rainier coach Mike King said. “The first game of the year, you always make mistakes, we did.

“The defense was lights out. The offense just ground out some points.”

Rainier visits Scio next week at 7 p.m.

Columbians 22, Trojans 0

Kennedy; 0; 0; 0; 0; 0;

Rainier; 0; 14; 0; 8; 22;

R — Stone Ware 13 run (2-point failed)

R — Kenney Tripp 3 run (Payton Smith from Tripp)

R — Brandon Isaacson 6 run (Tripp run)

Individual leaders

RUSHING — R: Kenney Tripp 11-67, Stone Ware 10-50, Brandon Isaacson 6-56, David Katon 4-18, 3-8.

PASSING — R: Kenney Tripp 2-4-0, 15.

RECEIVING — K: David Katon 1-8, Stone Ware 1-7.

Heppner 27, Clatskanie 20: The long drive was a killer for the Tigers as they split their home-and-home series with the Mustangs on Friday.

James Helmen passed for 244 yards on 14-of-22 passing with two touchdowns and an interception in the loss. Helmen also rushed for 33 yards on 10 carries with a touchdown, but lost one of his two fumbles. Cedrix Moses added for 56 yards on 16 carries on the ground.

Andrea Combs caught six passes for 94 yards and J’kari Combs caught three passes for 65 yards and a score. Sam Shockley had four receptions for 68 yards and a TD, as well.

After trailing 13-6 at the break, Heppner took a 20-6 lead in the third quarter when Jayden Wilson threw his only touchdown pass of the night to Mason Lehman, a 55-yard catch-and-run that was Lehman’s second receiving score of the night.

Clatskanie responded with a Helmen 4-yard plunge to make the score 20-12.

But Heppner added another score, a 2-yard scoring run from Wilson, and Clatskanie’s final touchdown, a 44-yard pass from Helmen to J’kari Combs with a two-point conversion on top, just wasn’t enough.

Clatskanie hosts Highline (WA), a rather large 2A school, next week.

Mustangs 27, Tigers 20

M — Jayden Wilson 25 run (Kannon Wilkins kick)

C — Sam Shockley 33 pass from James Helmen (2-point failed)

H — Mason Lehman 11 pass from Jackson Lehman (kick blocked)

H — Lehman 55 pass from Wilson (Blake Wolters run)

C — Helmen 4 run (2-point failed)

H — Wilson 2 run (2-point failed)

C — J’kari Combs 44 pass from Helmen (Andrea Combs run)

Individual leaders

RUSHING — C: Cedrix Moses 16-63, James Helmen 10-33, Sam Shockley 1-2. H: Blake Wolters 11-92, Jayden Wilson 17-87, Mason Lehman 5-41, Brock Hisler 3-11, Gavin Hanna-Robinson 1-9.

PASSING — C: James Helmen 14-22-1, 244. H: Jayden Wilson 8-10-1, 111, Jackson Lehman 1-1-0, 11.

RECEIVING — C: Andrea Combs 4-94, Sam Shockley 4-68, J’kari Combs 3-65, Noah Patterson 1-26 Cedrix Moses 2-(-9). H: Mason Lehman 6-82, Jackson Lehman 1-32, Jace Coe 2-5.

Hoqiuam 48, Castle Rock 12: The Grizzlies pulled away from the Rockets on Friday night on the coast.

Wyatt Partidge scored on a 35-yard run and ran a kickoff back for 86 yards to provide Castle Rock’s points.

The kickoff return got the Rockets the closest they’d be at 20-12, but 28 unanswered points by Hoqiuam put it out of reach.

Rockets coach Aaron Gehring was happy with the effort, saying there wasn’t any catastrophic that happened. Everything is fixable.

“We can correct a lot of stuff on tape,” he said. “Nothing we saw we couldn’t correct.

“We happened to let a few plays get away from us.”

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Castle Rock hosts Mark Morris next week.

Grizzlies 48, Rockets 12

Castle Rock; 0; 0; 12; 0; 12

Hoqiuam; 7; 7; 20; 14; 48

H — Matt Brown 2 run (Trey Brydon kick)

H — Brown 36 pass from Dane McMillan (Brydon kick)

C — Wyatt Partidge 35 run (2-point failed)

H — Cameron Bumstead 43 pass from McMillan (Brydon kick)

C — Partridge 86 kickoff return (2-point failed)

H — Kyle Larsen 21 pass from McMillan (Brydon kick)

H — Bumstead 50 run (kick failed)

H — Malaki Eaton 11 run (Brydon kick)

H — Ben Estes 37 pass from McMillan (Brydon kick)

Winlock 49, North Beach 0: The Cardinals got 2019 started with a solid win on the road.

Nolan Swofford rushed for 62 yards on nine carries with three touchdowns and Bryce Cline was 4-of-7 passing for 138 yards and two touchdowns.

Winlock held North Bend to minus-69 rushing yards and forced five fumbles, recovering four of them. Winlock, though, did commit 11 penalties for 135 yards.

The Cardinals host Fort Vancouver next week.

Cardinals 49, Hyaks 0

Winlock; 22; 21; 0; 6; 40

North Beach; 0; 0; 0; 0; 0

W — Bryce Cline 1 run (Noah Patching kick)

W — Patching 13 pass from Cline (Cline run)

W — Nolan Swofford 19 run (Patching kick)

W — Swofford 9 run (Patching kick)

W — Patching 46 pass from Cline (Patching kick)

W — Swofford 9 run (Patching kick)

W — Logan Hall 9 run (kick failed)

Individual leaders

RUSHING — W: Nolan Swofford 9-26-3 TD

PASSING — W: Brice Cline 4-7-136 2 TD. NB: Garrett Armbuster 1-3-2 yds

RECEIVING — W: Noah Patching 2-59 2 TD

R.A. Long 43, Fort Vancouver 16: The Jacks won’t be winless in 2019 after a good win at the Kiggins Bowl on Friday night.

Jacob Valencia had 76 yards on 11 carries in the win, including a 90-yard kickoff return score. Chris King had 38 yards and a touchdown.

Julian Sheldon was the star, though, throwing for 144 yards on 9-of-12 pass and three scores. He also rushed for 68 yards on 10 attempts. Gage Kotera caught all three of Sheldon’s TD passes, catching eight balls in all for 109 yards.

Jorge Aguilar, in addition to his eight total tackles, blocked a punt.

R.A. Long heads across town to Schroeder Field to take on Kelso next week.

Lumberjacks 43, Trappers 16

Fort Vancouver; 0 ; 0; 0; 16; 16

R.A. Long 7; 12; 14; 10; 43

Individual leaders

RUSHING — R: Jacob Valencia 11-76, Julian Sheldon 10-68, Chris King 3-38.

PASSING — R: Julian Sheldon 9-12-0, 144.

RECEIVING — R: Gage Kotera 8-109. Jake Anderson 2-26.

Onalaska 62, Toutle Lake 0: The Loggers easily handled Toutle Lake on Friday night in Austin Carey’s debut as Ducks coach.

Taylor Lundquist recovered a fumble for the Ducks in the loss. More information will be available in Sunday’s edition.

Toutle Lake visits Ocosta next week.

Loggers 62, Ducks 0

Onalaska; 16; 22; 16; 8;

Toutle Lake; 0; 0; 0; 0;

O — Ashton Haight 5 run (Haight run)

O — Kreger to Braden Marshall 50-yard pass; Braden Marshall 50 pass from Lucas Kreger (Haight run)

O — Haight 1 run (Cade Lawrence run)

O — Kreger 9 run (Lawrence run)

O — Gunnar Talley 16 run (2-point failed)

O — Talley 10 run (Dylan Dublin run)

O — Talley 2 run (Kolby Mozingo run)

O — Omar Cardenas 25 run (Alex Pannkuk run)

Ilwaco 27, Vernonia 12: More information on this game will be available in Sunday’s edition.

South Bend at Naselle: Score was not available.

Toledo at Morton-White Pass: Score was not available.

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