David Katon rushed for 115 yards and two scores, Kenney Tripp rushed for 129 yards and five two-point conversions and Stone Ware added 88 yards and three scores as the Columbians sailed past the White Buffaloes for the second time this season.
Madras took the air out of the ball to start, running nine minutes of clock off during the first quarter. It missed a field goal to conclude the drive, however, and Rainier got just four offensive plays in the initial period.
It still ended with a 2-yard Stone Ware run, and the Columbians were off and running.
“They came out and their intention was to shorten the game,” Rainier coach Mike King said. “It was a good gameplan, but ultimately once we got a couple stops, we got things rolling.”
David Katon added a 2-yard run in the second quarter, then Ware added a 42-yard jaunt in the third.
Ware found the end zone for the third time in the final period from 5 yards out, then Katon added one from 46 for good measure.
Rainier’s defense was dominant. Korbin Howell had 15 tackles and Easton Crape added eight with a sack and knocked down a couple of passes. Tripp had two picks, as well.
Rainier advances to the second round of the OSAA 3A State Playoffs and will likely face Amity, who doesn’t play until Saturday.
Rainier 40, Madras 7
Madras; 0; 0; 0; 7;—;7
Rainier; 0; 16; 8; 16;—;40
R: Stone Ware 2 run (Kenney Tripp run)
R: Daton Katon 2 run (Tripp run)
R: Ware 42 run (Tripp run)
R: Ware 5 run (Tripp run)
R: Katon 46 run (Tripp run)
M: Keenan Miller 45 pass from Ethan Graeme (Tyirek Rodriguez kick)
RUSHING — Kenney Tripp 11-129, David Katon 17-115, Stone Ware 10-88, Brandon Isaacson 6-42.
PASSING — Kenney Tripp 3-4-0, 19.
RECEIVING — David Katon 2-14, Stone Ware 1-5.
Clatskanie 56, St. Mary’s 27: The Crusaders took a 14-12 lead in the first quarter, but Clatskanie’s more multidimensional offense spoke louder, and the Tigers won their first-round state playoff matchup in Medford, Ore.
St. Mary’s rushed for only 82 yards, but threw for 320. Most of that was due to Trevahn Foster, a lethal 6-foot-5 WR who caught three of the Crusaders’ touchdowns.
But Clatskanie gradually adapted, improved its reads and put the brakes on Foster, who was the one outsized threat the Tigers were faced with.
“(Our players) responded really well,” Clatskanie coach Tim Warren said. “We made some adjustments with where our keys were and what the kids were supposed to be looking at.”
Meanwhile, Clatskanie’s deeper arsenal was at work in dramatic fashion. Josh Quevido and Andre Combs both returned a kickoff 90 yards for a score. QB James Helmen didn’t throw much, but he did hit Combs for a 30-yard TD.
But it was Cedrix Moses who hurt St. Mary’s the most. Clatskanie provided effective blocking up front, and Moses repeatedly rammed through Crusader tacklers. He got the ball 17 times for 276 yards, scoring on carries of 50, 8, 72, and 50 again.
“We played well. Cedrix did a great job,” Warren said. “He was beyond special.”
Despite the high pass yards allowed, Warren praised his defense. Defensive lineman Sterling Bruce was key up front for the Tigers, and linebackers Helmen and Sam Shockley also played tough.
Sixth-seeded Clatskanie will next visit No. 3 Burns on a day and time to be determined.
Clatskanie 56, St. Mary’s 27
C: Josh Quevido 90 kickoff return (kick failed)
C: Cedrix Moses 50 run (kick failed)
C: Andre Combs 5 pass from James Helmen (Moses run)
C: Helmen 30 pass to Combs (kick failed)
C: Moses 8 run (Combs pass from Helmen)
C: Moses 72 run (Moses run)
C: Moses 50 run (Helmen run)
C: Combs 90 kickoff return (kick failed)
RUSHING — C: Moses 17-276.
PASSING — C: Helmen 5-9-0, 83
RECEIVING — C: Combs 2-35.
Onalaska 50, Wahkiakum 0: The Mules’ season came to an end at the hands of the No. 1 Loggers on Friday night.
Eli Moon completed 8-of-20 passes for 61 yards in the loss.
The Mules finished 2-7 on the year.
Onalaska 50, Wahkiakum 0
Wahkiakum; 0; 0; 0; 0;—;0
Onalaska; 14; 14; 14; 8;—;50
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O: Ashton Haight 70 run (Haight run)
O: Logan Kreger 26 run (run failed)
O: Cade Lawrence 11 run (Haight run)
O: Lawrence 1-yard run; run failed
O: Lawrence 12 run (run failed)
O: Lawrence 4 run (Braden Marshall pass from Kreger)
O: Haight 91 run (Dylan Dublin run)
RUSHING — O: Ashton Haight 18-269, Cade Lawrence 9-88, Logan Kreger 6-60.
PASSING — W: Eli Moon 8-20, 61; O: Kreger 1-7-0, 21.
RECEIVING — WAH: Zach Brandon 1/18. O: Kayden Allison 1-21.
Napavine 48, Winlock 13: Coleson Richendollar caught two touchdown passes from Bryce Cline but the Tigers were too much in a 2B Crossover game on Friday.
Cline through four 133 yards in the loss. Richendollar caught four passes for 44 yards.
Winlock led 7-0 and was tied at 7-7 after the first quarter before Napavine put up 27 second-quarter points to pull away.
Winlock finished the season 6-3.
Napavine 48, Winlock 13
Winlock; 7; 0; 0; 6;—;13
Napavine; 7; 27; 7; 7;—;48
W: Coleson Richendollar 30 pass from Bryce Cline (Richendollar kick)
N: Tanner Low 3 run (Pietro De Battista kick)
N: Low 10 run (kick failed)
N: Lucas Dahl 75 pass from Laythan Demarest (De Battista kick)
N: Dahl 33 run (De Battista kick)
N: Gavin Parker 8 run (De Battista kick)
N: Parker 60 run (De Battista kick)
N: Dahl 4 run (De Battista kick)
W: Richendollar 1 pass from Cline (kick failed)
RUSHING — w: Nolan Swofford 7-21. N: Gavin Parker 11-186, Tanner Low 12-130, Lucas Dahl 5-51.
PASSING — W: Bryce Cline 9-27, 133. N: Laythan Demarest 7-12-0, 84.
RECEIVING — W: Coleson Richendollar 4-44. N: Lucas Dahl 4-75.
Check back throughout the night for more scores and game reports as they roll in!
GSHL 2A SWIMMING
Swimmers advancing are:
200 Free:Kaylina Smith MM; Dahlia Prince MM
Finals: Mikey Mace RAL
200 IM: Kylie Hueth RAL
Finals :Rylee Berry MM; Maddy Schreier MM
100 Fly: Scarlett Moe MM; Cara Kittelson MM,
Finals: Keeli Hash RAL
100 Free: Mikey Mace RAL
500 Free: Dahlia Prince MM; Kaylina Smith MM; Ayla Prince MM
Finals: Alyssa Davis MM
100 Back: Piper Nguyen RAL; Keeli Hash RAL
Finals: Alyssa Davis MM; Maddy Schreier MM
100 Breaststroke: Kylie Hueth RAL; Hilke Tegethoff MM
Finals: Rylee Berry MM
All three relays will also be contested at the Finals session.