Kentridge 27, Auburn-Mountainview 24 Game story on ESN

Montesano 24, Columbia-White Salmon 12 Game story on ESN

Tumwater 35, Bellarmine Prep 14

(Tumwater, WA) The T-Birds ran wild on the B-Prep Lions in their 1st home game of the season. It didn’t take long for Tumwater to jump on their 4A opponent that had been a regular at the top of the now defunct Narrows league for years. The Lions now in the SPSL 4A have struggled a bit having to face powerhouses like Puyallup and Sumner on a regular basis. The T-Birds were surprisingly ranked #1 in the AP poll over #2 Hockinson who beat Tumwater for the State Title last season and is coming off a dominant win over Archbishop Murphy while Tumwater won a heart stopper at Yelm last week.

So the T-Birds were set to show why those who voted for them over Hockinson were right and Dylan Paine scampered 65 yards on the 1st play from scrimmage into the endzone for the score, Reid Little added the PAT to go up 7-0. This would be the 1st 65 yards of a total of more than 400 yards on the ground for Tumwater. The Lions would hold Tumwater for the rest of the 1st quarter. A big 60-yard pass play from Cody Wallen to Turner Allen set up a 2-yard plunge from Zane Murphy to make it 14-0. Allen then came up with a big play to haul in a 6-yard catch to push the total to 21-0 at the break.

TheLions would get back into it with a score in the 3rd quarter when QB Marcus Stowers plowed in from the 1, Nicholas Kokich popped the kick through for the extra point and it was 21-7. The 2 teams would then simply trade touchdowns as Dylan Loftis got in on the scoring with a 1 yard run to make it 28-7. The Lions picked off a pair of passes to give them some hope and they got back within 14 when Stowers hit Charles Elzie for a 35-yard strike. Loftis finished off the scoring with another big run 62-yards for the final margin 35-14. Paine also had another big run of 73-yards to the Prep 3 but the T-Birds went into victory formation and kneed the ball to kill the clock and secure the win.

Tumwater is now 3-0 while Bellarmine Prep falls to 0-3. Our ESN Players of the Game went to the T-Birds Dylan Paine who finished with 235 yards rushing and Prep’s Derrion Summers who ran for 139.

Adna 27, Kalama 17

(Adna, WA) The defending 2A State Champions the Kalama Chinooks came to town looking to show they belong at the top of the state rankings. This game was truly the tale of two halves as the Nooks jumped out to a 15-6 lead at the break but they lost something far more valuable. Alex Dyer was the QB of the State Championship team but was knocked out of the game in the 1st half and was not available for the 2nd half. Before Dyer was knocked out he rallied the Nooks to a 15-6 halftime lead after following behind 6-0 on an Adna 2 yard touchdown run by Braden Thomas, a play set up by Brady Collins’ 40-yard punt return.

Dyer hit Max Ross on an 8-yard toss and then converted a 2-point play on a pass to Grant Vandenberg and Kalama led 8-6.  The Nooks extended that lead to 15-6 when Dyer found Vandenberg again this time on a 3-yard flip to paydirt, Nathan Anderson booted the PAT and it was 15-6. Despite not having lasat year’s 2b player of the year on the field hurt Kalama but Adna found more trouble when Vandenberg stretched out and blocked a punt into the Adna endzone for a safety and it was now 17-6.

When the 4th quarter hit the light switch suddenly got thrown and Chance Fay an wild scoring 3 touchdowns on runs of 4, 1 and the one that put the game away a big 49-yard dash for the final score. Adna remains undefeated at 3-0 and Kalama dropped to 1-2. Our ESN Players of the Game went to the Pirates’ Chance Fay and the Nooks’ Grant Vandenberg.

Hockinson 59, RA Long 7 Game Story in the Columbian

Woodland 29, Washougal 26  Game Story on TDN.com  Game Story in the Columbian 

Mark Morris 47, Fort Vancouver 0 Game Story in the Columbian

Columbia River 27, Ridgefield 7 Game Story in the Columbian

Black Hills 33, Prairie 28 Game Story in the Columbian

Bellevue Christian 20, King’s Way Christian 14 Game Story in the Columbian

Elma 42, Aberdeen 0 Game story in the Daily World

Hoquiam 40, La Center 14  Game story in the Daily World

Mossyrock 34, North Beach 0  Game story in the Daily World

Ocosta 41, South Bend 14  Game story in the Daily World

Bremerton 40, Rochester 18  Game story in the Kitsap Sun

Castle Rock 56, Tenino 12  Game Story on TDN.com

Sehome 42, Centralia 14  Game Story in Lewis County Sports

WF West 46, Hudson’s Bay 14 Game Story in Lewis County Sports   Game Story in the Columbian

Camas 67, West Valley (Yak)   Game Story in the Columbian

Mountain View 54, Battle Ground   Game Story in the Columbian

Kelso 37, Heritage 14 Game Story on TDN.com  Game Story in the Columbian

Lakewood 46, Evergreen 3 Game Story in the Columbian

Union 43, Eastlake 18  Game Story in the Columbian

Onalaska 32, Wahkiakum 27  Game Story in Lewis County Sports

Pe Ell-Willapa Valley 28, Raymond 24 Game Story in Lewis County Sports

Napavine 20, Toledo 17  Game Story in Lewis County Sports

Morton-White Pass 34, Toutle Lake 0  Game Story in Lewis County Sports

Timberline 14, Gig Harbor 7 Game Story in the Olympian/TNT

Steilacoom 45, River Ridge 31 Game in the Olympian/TNT

Auburn-Riverside 55, Thomas Jefferson 19 Score box from TNT

Rainier 51, Concrete 6

Life Christian 41, Winlock 21

Curtis 65, South Kitsap 0

Rogers of Puyallup 35, Olympia 20

Puyallup 37, Sumner 7

Lakes 41, Mount Tahoma 0

Lincoln 62, Wilson 3

Bethel 35, Spanaway Lake 32

Bonney Lake 51, Stadium 26

Capital 46, Shelton 0

Central Kitsap 30, Yelm 28

Renton 2, Foss 0 (forfeit)

Franklin Pierce 34, Foster 30

Fife 43, Lindbergh 0

White River 10, Washington 6

Clover Park 54, Evergreen of Seattle 0

Orting 31, Highline 7

Ilwaco 24, Chief Leschi 14

Eatonville 44, Charles Wright 0

Skyline 16, Hazen 7

Auburn 27,Kent Meridian 7

Kentlake 28, Kentwood 14

Tahoma 30, Mount Rainier 14

Federal Way 19, Todd Beamer 18

Bellevue 45, Garfield 34




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