Football: Prosser's rally falls short at Ellensburg

October 5, 2013 

Prosser dug itself too deep of a hole to rally out of Friday, falling 52-43 to Ellensburg in a battle of top 10 2A teams.

The Mustangs fell behind 38-7 at halftime on the road in CWAC action. Ellensburg led 45-14 in the third quarter before Prosser started its charge.

JJ Martin caught a 23-yard touchdown pass from Mason Schutt and Cardell Jones a 24-yard TD pass to make it 45-28.

Gabe Caskey then scored on a 1-yard run for Ellensburg for a 52-28 lead, but Jones caught a 16-yard touchdown and Ethan Hibbs had a 25-yard touchdown reception for the final score.

Prosser recovered a pair of onside kicks in the final frantic minutes.

Prosser 0 7 7 29 — 43

Ellensburg 14 24 7 7 — 52


E—Gabe Caskey 58 pass from Donny Ellersick (Juan Rodriguez kick)

E—Trent Walker 66 pass from Ellersick (Rodriguez kick)

E—FG Rodriguez 23

P—Cardell Jones 42 pass from Mason Schutt (David Ledesma kick)

E—Benny Lee 80 pass from Ellersick (Rodriguez kick)

E—T. Walker 44 pass from Ellersick (Rodriguez kick)

E—Caskey 12 pass from Ellersick (Rodriguez kick)

P—JJ Martin 7 pass from Schutt (Ledesma kick)

E—Caskey 60 run (Rodriguez kick)

P—Martin 23 pass from Schutt (Ledesma kick)

P—Jones 24 pass from Schutt (Martin pass from Schutt)

E—Caskey 1 run (Rodriguez kick)

P—Jones 16 pass from Schutt (kick failed)

P—Ethan Hibbs 25 pass from Schutt (Miguel Montano pass from Schutt)


RUSHING—Prosser, Adrian Lochrie 8-15, Thomas Niemeyer 10-40, Schutt 10-11. Ellensburg, Gabe Caskey 18-118, Seth Walker 6-15, Brayton Leach 3-2, Ellersick 4-(-9).

PASSING—Prosser, Schutt 25-51-4—375. Ellensburg, 14-24-1—366.

RECEIVING—Prosser, Cardell Jones 9-155, JJ Martin 6-72, Javier Diaz 6-94, Ethan Hibbs 4-54. Ellensburg, Trent Walker 4-147, Ben Lee 3-88, Caskey 3-116, Leach 2-6, Ben Stockdale 1-10, S. Walker 1-(-1)

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