Football: River View keeps rolling, pounds Wahluke

October 18, 2013 

River View 55, Wahluke 15: Terran Brown caught nine passes for 149 yards and three touchdowns, and Ruvim Tyutyutunnik threw for six scores as the Panthers went on the road for an SCAC East win over the Warriors on Friday.

River View built a 28-0 lead, as Tyutyunnik connected with Jake Frampton, Terran Brown, Tanner Brown and Dakota Rogers for touchdown passes before Daniel Corrales put Wahluke on the board in the second quarter with an 8-yard run.

Tyutyunnik also added a 2-yard touchdown run. Gary McGaughey provided some defensive fireworks for the Panthers in the third quarter, returning a fumble 25 yards for a touchdown.

Martin Tello rushed for 78 yards and a touchdown on seven carries to lead Wahluke.

“We really made it hard on ourselves. We gave them a short field the entire first half,” said Warriors coach Brycen Bye.

River View 13 20 22 0 — 55

Wahluke 0 7 0 8 — 15

SCORING PLAYS

RV—Jake Frampton 34 pass Ruvim Tyutyunnik (Mike Weber kick)

RV—Terran Brown 16 pass from Tyutyunnik (Weber kick)

RV—Tanner Brown 14 pass from Tyutyunnik (Weber kick)

RV—Dakota Rogers 2 pass from Tyutyunnik (Weber kick)

W—Daniel Corrales 8 run (Alan Caro kick)

RV—Ter.Brown 24 pass from Tyutyunnik (kick failed)

RV—Tyutyunnik 2 run (Weber kick)

RV—Ter.Brown 30 pass from Tyutyunnik (Weber kick)

RV—Gary McGaughey 25 fumble return (Weber run)

W—Martin Tello 20 run (Caro run)

STATISTICS

RUSHING—RV, Frampton 4-33, Tyuu 8-19, Juan Salinas 1-17. W, Tello 7-78, Stephen Machuca 2-19, Bryan Anaya 4-8, Alex Anaya 2-8, Arturo Salazar 3-7, Alex Chiprez 5-6, Daniel Corrales 4-(minus 1).

PASSING—RV, Tyutyunnik 19-25-0-342, Blake Foster 0-1-0-0. W, Michael Colson 1-7-0-3, Salazar 3-4-0-35, Collin Ahmann 2-4-0-20.

RECEIVING—RV, Ter.Brown 9-149, Frampton 4-95, Cody Hand 4-85, Tan.Brown 1-14, Chance Williamson 1-9, Rogers 2-4. W, Anaya 5-35, Sal Ramos 2-12, Tello 1-11.

La Salle 26, Kiona-Benton 15: Tyler Bissell kicked a 28-yard field goal to give the Bears a 3-0 second quarter lead, but the Lightning scored 26 of the next 32 points to earn the nonleague win in Yakima on Friday.

Jacob Trujillo ran for 97 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries to lead the Ki-Be offense, but it was mistakes on special teams that led to the loss.

“We just came out flat. We didn’t play well. We muffed two punts that led to a couple scores, and you can’t do that,” Bears coach Charlie Hobbick said. “We knocked out two of their quarterbacks, and they still did a good job.”

Gus Bonny led La Salle’s offense, catching seven passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns.

Kiona-Benton 0 3 6 6 — 15

La Salle 0 6 7 13 — 26

Individual scoring

KiBe — FG Tyler Bissell 28

LS — Gus Bonny 51 pass from Max Frame (kick blocked)

LS — Matt Wellner 47 run (Jan Schikora kick)

KiBe — Cody Zyph 9 run (kick failed)

LS — Frame 4 run (Schikora kick)

LS — Bonny 19 pass from Frame (kick failed)

KiBe — Jacob Trujillo 7 run (pass failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Kiona-Benton, Jacob Trujillo 15-97, Cody Zyph 3-24, Glen Manley 4-2, Christian Williams 6-(minus 14). La Salle, Matt Wellner 14-87, Ty Lighty 9-16, Gus Bonny 3-(minus 4), Max Frame 7-(minus 8), Bridger 4-(minus 20).

PASSING — Kiona-Benton, Williams 8-22-2-63. La Salle, Max Frame 6-9-1-122, Dan Boutillier 3-4-0-39, Bridger Parrish 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING — Kiona-Benton, Saul Palencia 5-41, Cruz DelAngel 2-8, Zyph 1-14. La Salle, Bonny 7-132, Wellner 1-15, Andrew Vargas 1-14.

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