Football: Columbia (Burbank) lets game slip away

September 7, 2013 

Toppenish 32, Columbia (Burbank) 18: Chris Ryckman caught seven passes for 108 yards and three touchdowns, but the Coyotes let an 18-7 lead get away in a season-opening nonleague road loss.

Ryckman caught touchdown passes of 35, 9 and 19 yards from Justin McBride to help Columbia (Burbank) jump out to the lead, but Toppenish scored 17 fourth-quarter points to rally for the win.

Columbia (Burbank) 6 12 0 0 — 18

Toppenish 7 0 8 17 — 32

SCORING PLAYS

T, Emilio Zamarripa 4 run (Isaac Lopez kick)

Col, Chris Ryckman 35 pass from Justin McBride (run failed)

Col, Ryckman 9 pass from McBride (run failed)

Col, Ryckman 19 pass from McBride (kick failed)

Top, I. Lopez 81 interception return (Joshua McCord run)

Top, Zamarripa 42 run (I. Lopez kick)

Top, Josue Rodriguez 3 run (I. Lopez kick)

Top, FG I. Lopez 28

STATISTICS

RUSHING—Columbia, Ryckman 1-0, McBride 4-10, Andrew Wattenburger 14-107, Exavier Treddenbarger 11-36. Toppenish, McCord 7-32, Cesar Ramirez 5-36, Zamarripa 10-87, I. Lopez 2-2, Zechariah Romero 6-32, Rodriguez 3-7, Brent Evans 2-18.

PASSING—Columbia, McBride 17-33-3—217. Toppenish, Zamarripa 5-11-0—45

RECEIVING—Columbia, Ryckman 7-108, Trevyn Loveland 5-49, A.J. Dixon 2-28, Wattenburger 1-19. Toppenish, Sergio Morales 3-41, Brent Evans 2-4

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