Football: Big plays lead Hanford past Pasco

September 20, 2013 

Malik Slack rushed for 93 yards in the first half and Will Bishop scored on two long touchdown runs in the second half to lead Hanford to a 40-21 Mid-Columbia Conference win over Pasco at Fran Rish Stadium on Friday.

Hanford led just 6-0 after a sloppy first half in which the Falcons had two touchdowns — including a 76-yard run by Slack — called back.

But the Falcons took a 13-0 lead on Aaron Enderlin's 1-yard TD run with 9:10 left in the third quarter.

Pasco closed the gap to 13-7 when Roger Ingram Jr. made a tough diving catch along the sideline from Kolby Killoy for a 7-yard score with 4:03 left in the third quarter.

But four big plays put the game away for Hanford.

First, Bishop outran the Pasco secondary for a 65-yard TD run at the 3:15 mark of the third quarter.

Next, Elwood Davis rumbled 36 yards to score with 16 seconds left in the third.

Then, Tyler Cowan hauled in an 87-yard TD from Enderlin with 9:37 left in the fourth quarter.

After Pasco's Cole Kelley caught the first of his two fourth-quarter TD passes from Killoy, Bishop finished Hanford's scoring with a 55-yard TD run with 5:49 left in the game.

Kelley scored Pasco's final touchdown on an acrobatic catch at the goal line with just under a minute left.

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