Mount Spokane 28, Pasco 14

By the Tri-City HeraldNovember 3, 2012 

SPOKANE -- Zach Stensland and Tyler Huck combined for 318 rushing yards and four touchdowns to lift the Mount Spokane Wildcats to a season-ending crossover win against the visiting Pasco Bulldogs.

Pasco quarterback Brady Ritala got his team on the board with 6:14 left in the first quarter, hitting Roger Ingram Jr. for a 12-yard touchdown pass to make it 7-0 Bulldogs.

But Mt. Spokane scored 21 unanswered points before Ingram scored again on a 9-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Pasco 7 0 0 7 -- 14

Mt. Spokane 0 14 7 7 -- 28

SCORING PLAYS

P--Roger Ingram Jr. 12 pass from Brady Ritala (Ryan Gibson kick)

MtS--Tyler Huck 11 run (Gabe Wooddell kick)

MtS--Huck 18 run (Wooddell kick)

MtS--Zach Stensland 59 run (Wooddell kick)

P--Ingram Jr. 9 run (Gibson kick)

MtS--Stensland 2 run (Tyler Gyllenhammer kick)

STATISTICS

RUSHING--P, Luis Murillo 20-132, Ingram 2-19, T.J. Faamausili 5-8, Ritala 6-(minus 23), Kolby Killoy 1-(minus 6), Cole Kelley 1-2. MtS, Stensland 20-213, Huck 18-105, Isaiah Gutierrez 1-2, Reed Sinclair 1-8.

PASSING--P, Ritala 13-30-1-144, Killoy 1-2-0-5. MtS, Huck 4-12-0-33.

RECEIVING--P, Spencer Calveard 3-78, Murillo 2-9, Ingram 7-47, Eric Orange 2-15, Tanner Kissinger 1-17, Levi Brosmore 1-2, Dillon Madlener 1-9, Stensland 1-5.

FIRST DOWNS--P 11, MtS 15. FUMBLES-LOST--P 2-2, MtS 0-0. PENALTIES-YARDS--P 11-62, MtS 8-49.

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