Chiawana blanks Pasco 45-0 in Gravel Pit Bowl

By the Tri-City HeraldSeptember 27, 2013 

From the first play to the final score Friday night, it was all Chiawana as the Riverhawks beat the Pasco Bulldogs 45-0 to win their fourth Gravel Pit Bowl in as many years at Edgar Brown Stadium.

It didn’t take long for the Riverhawks to shift their offense into overdrive. Joey Zamora and Dre Dorton hooked up on a 81-yard touchdown on Chiawana’s first offensive snap.

And it kept humming from there.

Clifton Lozano scored a pair of TD runs for a 20-0 lead in the second quarter and Austin Clarke returned a punt 49 yards for another score and a 27-0 advantage heading into halftime.

The Riverhawks went up 39-0 in the third quarter on a 26-yard pass to Deion Singleton for Zamora’s third TD toss of the night, and Lozano’s 11-yard scoring run.

Lozano finished with 76 yards on the ground to go with the three touchdowns. Zamora threw fo r204, with 138 of that going to Dorton on four catches.

Pasco was held to 108 yards of offense. TJ Faamausili topped the Bulldogs with 35 total yards, and Wyatt Wallwork caught three passes for 28 yards.

Pasco 0 0 0 0 — 0
Chiawana 14 13 18 0 — 45
C—Dre Dorton 81 pass from Joey Zamora (Logan Ellsworth kick)
C—Clifton Lozano 12 run (Ellsworth kick)
C—Lozano 3 run (kick failed)
C—Dorton 9 pass from Zamora (Ellsworth kick)
C—Austin Clarke 49 punt return (run fail)
C—Deion Singleton 26 pass from Zamora (pass fail)
C—Lozano 11 run (kick fail)
RUSHING—P, TJ Faamausili 14-15, Kolby Killoy 13-12, Brady Ritala 1-5, Kynen Tate 1-2. C, Lozano 12-76, Alex Weber 3-18, Zamora 4-15, Nate Murillo 1-3, Ernie Sanchez 1-(minus 2).
PASSING—P, Killoy 9-19-0—74, Tate 0-1-1—0. C, Zamora 9-18-0—204, Ellsworth 0-2-0—0.
RECEIVING—P, Faamausili 4-20, Wyatt Wallwork 3-28, Miguel Chavez 1-22, Tim Martinez 1-4. C, Dorton 4-138, Singleton 2-31, Isaiah Richie 1-20, Josh Wilson 1-8.

RICHLAND 50, LEWISTON 7: Anthony Galat scored four touchdowns as Richland routed host Lewiston in a nonleague game.

Bombers coach Mike Neidhold was pleased with his team’s performance, especially after being routed last week by Chiawana.

“After last week, we had to get back to doing things well,” said Neidhold. “And we did.”

Quarterback Taylor O’Toole passed for 293 yards for the Bombers, who are 3-1 on the season.

Richland 23 14 6 7 — 50
Lewiston 7 0 0 0 — 7
Richland — Safety
Richland — Anthony Galat 4 run (Damian Ruiz kick good)
Lewiston — Tyler Eberhardt 92 kickoff return (Andres Nunez kick good)
Richland — Galat 8 run (kick good)
Richland — Mason Nelson 12 pass from Taylor O’Toole (kick good)
Richland — Galat 3 run (kick good)
Richland — Galat 1 run (kick good)
Richland — Nathan Perry 4 run (kick failed)
Richland — O’Toole 1 run (kick good)
RUSHING—R, Josh Phillips 5-39, Galat 20-100, Bennett Peterson 7-16, Nate Perry 8-52, O’Toole 4-11, Ryker Mackey 2-9, Elgin 6-11, Kyle Whitbey 1-1.
PASSING—R, O’Toole 17-35-1-293.
RECEIVING—R, March 3-101, Radliff 3-31, McGeorge 1-44, Nelson 1-5, Wills 1-4, Isaac Campbell 1-11, Matt Woodman 1-10.

Kennewick 45, Sunnyside 21 Late Thursday
Sunnyside 0 7 0 14 — 21
Kennewick 14 17 7 7 — 45
First quarter
K—Cody Albertin 51 pass from Dylan Tennancour (Alvaro Licea kick)
K—Brock Sittman 13 pass from Tennancour (Licea kick)
Second quarter
K—Sittman 14 pass from Tennencour (Licea kick)
K—Sittman 10 pass from Tennencour (Licea kick)
K—FG Lycia 35
S—Jesus Magallan 92 kickoff return (Thomas Waywell kick)
Third quarter
K—Sittman 28 pass from Tennencour (Licea kick)
Fourth quarter
K—Raymond Gutierrez 3 run (Licea)
S—Israel Flores 7 pass from Anthony Herrera (Waywell kick)
S—Magallan 27 run (Waywell kick)
RUSHING—S, Magallen 14-90, Marcus Sanchez 12-80, Flores 2-(minus 1), Isaac Palomino 1-(minus 26). K, Dwight Norwood 220146, Raymond Gutierrez 4-43, Tennancour 3-21, Moore 1-4, Matt Driver 2-(minus 2). PASSING—S, Herrera 8-15-0—48. K, Tennancour 12-17-0—197.
RECEIVING—S, Flores 4-42, Sanchez 1-7, Palomino 1-1, Magallen 2-(minus 2). K, Sittman 5-87, Albertin 2-55, Mark Driver 2-22, Norwood 2-9, Trevor Hammermeister 1-27.

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