Hermiston falls to Marist 68-22 in Oregon playoffs

November 10, 2012 

Marist 68, Hermiston 22: Kamerun Smith threw for 269 yards and five touchdowns to lead Marist past Hermiston in the Oregon Class 5A playoffs Friday at Willamette High School in Eugene.

The Spartans (9-1), who got rushing touchdowns of 29 and 42 yards by Andrew Parks, jumped out to a 26-0 lead at the end of the first period and never looked back.

Austin Owen was on the receiving end of three TD passes for Marist, while Josh Harper had TD passes of 27 and 6 yards, and returned an interception 29 yards for a TD.

The highlight for Hermiston (6-4) came in the third quarter when David Barnett blocked a punt and a Thomas Hamblin recovered the ball in the end zone for a touchdown.

Trent Anteau had 108 yards rushing for the Bulldogs, while Chase Kuntz threw for 203 yards.

Hermiston 0 8 14 0 — 22

Marist 26 217 14 — 68


M—Josh Harper 27 pass from Kamerun Smith (Clark Morton kick)

M—Colton Bloom 64 fumble return (Morton kick)

M—Harper 6 pass from Smith (kick failed)

M—Austin Owen 18 pass from Smith (kick blocked)

M—Owen 15 pass from Smith (Morton kick)

H—David Barnett 5 pass from Chase Kuntz (Alex Ortiz pass from Kuntz)

M—Andrew Park 29 run (Morton kick)

M—Harper 29 INT return (Morton kick)

H—Thomas Hamblin recover punt in end zone (Alex Campbell pass from Kuntz)

M—Owen 82 pass from Smith (Morton kick)

H—Trenten Anteau 2 run (pass failed)

M—Park 42 run (Morton kick)

M—Smith 1 run (Morton kick)


RUSHING—H, Anteau 27-108, Cory Adams 7-28, Campbell 1-(minus-1), Ortiz 1-(minus-2), Kuntz 1-(minus-10). M, Park 24-171, Austin Baird 18-61, Smith 3-(minus-5).

PASSING—H, Kuntz 18-39-2-203. M, Smith 15-30-0-269.

RECEIVING—H, Ortiz 6-118, Barnett 4-29, Jerod Munsterman 2-11, Hamblin 2-19, Campbell 2-16, Cole Smith 1-11, Ramon Contreras 1-(minus-1). M, Harper 9-134, Owens 3-117, Baird 3-28.

FIRST DOWNS—H 19, M 22. FUMBLES-LOST—H 5-4, M 3-1. PENALTIES-YARDS—H 5-31, M 10-80.

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