Football: Rudolph's big night lifts Tri-Cities Prep

October 12, 2013 

Rama Rudolph rushed for 250 yards and two touchdowns to lead Tri-Cities Prep to a 38-20 victory against Mabton in a nonleague game in Pasco on Friday.

Rudolph scored on runs of 60 and 76 yards for Tri-Cities Prep.

Mabton quarterback Roy Zavala was 18-of-28 for 280 yards and two touchdowns.

Mabton 0 8 0 12 — 20

Tri-Cities Prep 7 24 7 0 — 38

SCORING PLAYS

TCP—John Zilar 4 run (Hogan Jones kick)

TCP—Rama Rudolph 60 run (Jones kick)

TCP—Rudolph 76 run (Jones kick)

TCP—Brendon Cole 13 run (Jones kick)

Mabton—Alex Espinoza 14 pass from Roy Zavala (Albert Sanchez from Zavala)

TCP—FG Jones 40

TCP—Michael Forbes 1 run (Jones kick)

Mabton—Emiliano Rodriguez 15 from Zavala (run failed)

Mabton—Zavala 8 run (pass failed)

STATISTICS

RUSHING—Mabton, Zavala 14-51, Albert Sanchez 8-0, Luis Gallarza 3-1. Tri-Cities Prep, Rudolph 19-250, B. Cole 9-40, John Zilar 8-45, Forbes 7-30, Jason Cole 3-1.

PASSING—Mabton, Zavala 18-28-0—280, Nico Pina 1-1-0—3. Tri-Cities Prep, Zilar 1-1-0—28.

RECEIVING—Mabton, E. Rodriguez 4-81, Edgar Diaz 3-75, Sanchez 3-47, Ty Leyendeckker 4-41, Tony Espinoza 1-11, Zavala 1-3, Alfonso Velasquez 1-2. Tri-Cities Prep, Tristan Barnett 1-28.

FIRST DOWNS—M 10, TCP 24. FUMBLES-LOST—M 2-1, TCP 2-1. PENALTIES-YARDS—M 7-45, TCP 1-5

GRANDVIEW 20, TOPPENISH 19: Grandview’s Adam Perez scored on an 8-yard run in the fourth quarter, giving the host Greyhounds a CWAC victory over Toppenish.

Toppenish 6 6 7 0 — 19

Grandview 6 8 0 6 — 20

SCORING PLAYS

Top — No. 6 46 pass from No. 9 (kick failed)

Grand — Torres 22 pass from Mendoza kick failed)

Top — NO. 6 13 pass from No. 9 (kick failed)

Grand — Abarca 19 pass from Mendoza (Alex Soberanespass from Mendoza)

Top — No. 7 20 interception return (No. 12 kick)

Gran — Adam Perez 8 run (kick failed)

STATISTICS

RUSHING — Toppenish, . Grandview, Alex Torrez 5-(minus 7), Anthony Medoza 4-8, Adam Perez 7-33, Lorenzo Sanchez 3-26, Alex Soberanes 1-1, Angel Babick 1-3.

PASSING — Toppenish, . Grandview, Mendoza 8-23-1-84; Jorge Rors 1-1-0-58.

RECEIVING — Toppenish, . Grandview, Soberandes 1-14, Osbaldo Mejia 1-7, Bardwell 2-9, Eddie Zepeda 2-15, Adback 2-75, Torrez 1-22.

Prosser 68, Wapato 0: Mason Schutt was 14-for-19 for 180 yards and six touchdown passes as the Mustangs hammered the Wolves in a CWAC game at Art Fiker Stadium in Prosser.

Schutt also caught a 29-yard touchdown pass from Kason Blair. He threw touchdowns to JJ Martin (twice), Ethan Hibbs, Trino Flores (twice) and Javier Diaz.

Wapato 0 0 0 0 — 0

Prosser 28 27 6 7 — 68

SCORING PLAYS

Prosser—JJ Martin 10 pass from Mason Schutt (Trino Flores kick)

Prosser—Martin 3 pass from Schutt (Flores kick)

Prosser—Ethan Hibbs 20 pass from Schutt (Flores kick)

Prosser—Flores 11 pass from Schutt (Flores kick)

Prosser—Javier Diaz 30 pass from Schutt (Flores kick)

Prosser—Schutt 29 pass from Kason Blair (kick failed)

Prosser—Flores 20 pass from Schutt (Flores kick)

Prosser—Thomas Niemeyer 26 run (Flores kick)

Prosser—Hernandez 9 pass from Blair (kick failed)

Prosser—James Minick 75 run (Macias kick)

STATISTICS

RUSHING—Wapato, unavailable. Prosser, Niemeyer 5-59, Minick 3-74, Adrian Lochrie 5-28, Solis 2-16, Veiga 1-4, White 1-(-4).

PASSING—Wapato, unavailable. Prosser, Schutt 14-19-0—180, Blair 5-8-0—68.

RECEIVING—Wapato, unavailable. Prosser, Kyle Steinbock 3-40, Hibbs 1-20, Diaz 4-68, Flores 3-40, Martin 3-13, Schutt 1-29, Hotch 1-9, Mireles 1-2, Hernandez 1-9, Cruz 1-9

Moses Lake 56, Sunnyside 6: Brett Moser returned the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown as the Chiefs cruised to a CBBN home victory Friday.

Anthony Chavez caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Fabian Gonzalez for Sunnyside’s lone touchdown.

Sunnyside 0 0 0 6 — 6

Moses Lake 21 14 6 15 — 56

SCORING PLAYS

ML—Brett Moser 87 kick return (Rhen Reily kick)

ML—Moser 18 pass from Easton Castro (Reily kick)

ML—Nick Sutherland 30 pass from Castro (Reily kick)

ML—Jordan Lacelle 16 run (Reily kick)

ML—Nathan Ball 68 run (Reily kick)

ML—Moser 5 run (Reily kick)

ML—Jason Nunez 6 run (kick failed)

ML—Hudson Mauseth (Joel Torres run)

S—Anthony Chavez 5 pass from Fabian Gonzalez (kick failed)

STATISTICS

RUSHING—Sunnyside, Jesus Magallan 12-45, Marcus Sanchez 6-40, Isaac Palemino 1-3, Anthony Herrera 4-(-1), team 1-(-6). Moses Lake, Nathan Ball 7-111, Jordan Lacelle 13-75, Easton Castro 9-55, Hudson Mauseth 6-35, Brett Moser 3-23, Isaiah Thomas 2-9, Jason Nunez 1-6, Joel Torres 2-5, Jose Garcia 2-4.

PASSING—Sunnyside, Herrera 5-12-1—109, Fabian Gonzalez 3-3-0—44. Moses Lake, Castro 5-8-0—69.

RECEIVING—Sunnyside, Timmy Martinez 3-57, Damon Hurst 2-24, Oscar Noriega 1-63, Anthony Chavez 1-5, Isaac Palemino 1-4. Moses Lake, Nick Sutherland 2-40, Moser 1-18, Bryan Earl 1-6, Kevin Cosper 1-5.

FIRST DOWNS—S 10, ML 17. FUMBLES-LOST—S 1-1, ML 0-0. PENALTIES-YARDS—S 3-25, ML 8-77

Royal 41, Wahluke 0: Miguel Ayala rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Knights to an SCAC East home victory over the Warriors.

The victory keeps Royal tied for second with Connell, a game behind River View. The top three teams advance to the state playoffs. Wahluke is now in fourth.

Freshman Kaden Jenks was 14-of-27 for 149 yards with two touchdowns.

Wahluke 0 0 0 0 — 0

Royal 7 14 14 6 — 41

SCORING PLAYS

Royal—Miguel Ayala 1 run (Cesar Bernal kick)

Royal—Jose Ponce 3 pass from Kaden Jenks (Bernal kick)

Royal—Ayala 20 run (Bernal kick)

Royal—Ponce 32 run (Bernal kick)

Royal—Jenks 2 run (Bernal kick)

Royal—Luis Garcia 6 pass from Jenks (kick failed)

STATISTICS

RUSHING—Wahluke, Alex Chiprez 6-30, Steven Machuca 3-13, Saul Ramos 1-11, Arturo Salazar 1-4, Carlos Theide 2-1, Alex Anaya 2-(-2), team 3-(-3). Royal, Ayala 24-121, Ponce 1-32, team 6-36, Gerard Weyns 4-15, Joe Lang 2-7, Jenks 4-6, Garcia 1-4.

PASSING—Wahluke, Salazar 7-28-1—134. Royal, Jenks 14-27-0—149.

RECEIVING—Wahluke, Martin Tello 2-46, Anaya 2-46, Machuca 2-33, Chiprez 1-9. Royal, Garcia 6-76, Ayala 4-37, Ponce 3-31, Carter Allred 1-5

FIRST DOWNS—W 8, R 21. FUMBLES-LOST—W 2-1, R 1-1. PENALTIES-YARDS—W 7-65, R 3-25

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