Prep football follow up

October 19, 2013 

Chase Knutz threw for 291 yards and three touchdowns to lead Hermiston to a 60-34 Columbia River Conference road win over Hood River Valley on Friday night.

Costa Rodriguez added two touchdowns on runs of 29 and 9 yards, and finished the night with 146 yards rushing.

Hermiston 3 28 7 22 — 60
Hood River Valley 7 7 14 6 — 34

SCORING PLAYS

HRV—Jeremy Fischer 14 run (Matin Lanthaler kick)
Her—FG Luis Medina 37
Her—Costa Rodriguez 29 run (Medina kick)
Her—Ramon Contreras 60 pass from Chase Knutz (Medina kick)
Her—Contreras 28 pass from Knutz (kick failed)
HRV—Alex Jiminez 95 kick return (Lanthaler kick)
Her—Trenton Anteau 4 run (Medina kick)
Her—Tony Green 7 pass from Knutz (Medina kick)
HRV—Kellen Duffy 17 pass from Riley Van Hoose (Lanthaler kick)
HRV—Van Hoose 73 run (Lanthaler kick)
Her—Anteau 3 run (run failed)
Her—Sam Colbray 3 run (run failed)
Her—FG Medina 34
HRV—Fischer 10 pass from Dallas Buckley (run failed)
Her—Rodriguez 9 run (Medina kick)
STATISTICS
RUSHING—Her, Rodriguez 23-146, Anteau 12-57, Colbray 5-60, Cory Adams 2-4, Cole Smith 1-6, Contreras 1-(minus-2), Knutz 8-(minus-15). HRV, Fischer 14-29, Van Hoose 9-91, Buckley 3-(minus-3), Patrick Crompton 1-3, Wyatt Webber 1-(minus-10), Steven Swafford 2-(minus-4).
PASSING—Her, Knutz 17-31-0-291. HRV, Van Hoose 16-29-3-164, Buckley 6-10-1-72.
RECEIVING—Her, Contreras 6-126, Smith 6-108, Green 3-38, Morter 1-8, Englebrecth 1-11. HRV, Duffy 5-79, Fischer 5-40, Crompton 5-20, Webber 4-64, Jimenez 3-33.
FIRST DOWNS—Her 24, HRV 16. FUMBLES-LOST—Her 4-0, HRV 1-1. PENALTIES-YARDS—Her 11-91, HRV 7-62.

Eastmont 35, Sunnyside 21: Brian Burt rushed for 100 yards and two touchdowns on nine carries as the Wildcats erased a 14-0 second quarter deficit against the Grizzlies.

Sean Christensen scored two touchdowns for Sunnyside, which was shut out in the second half.

Eastmont 7 7 7 14 — 35
Sunnyside 14 7 0 0 — 21

SCORING PLAYS

S—Sean Christensen 2 run (Thomas Waywell kick)
S—Marcus Sanchez 2 run (Waywell kick)
E–Brian Burt 46 run (Jeremy VanAssche kick)
S—Christensen 1 run (Waywell kick)
E—Burt 24 run (VanAssche kick)
E—Christian Kinder 27 interception return (VanAssche kick)
E—Carter Haehl 27 pass from Nick McGill (VanAssche kick)
STATISTICS
RUSHING—E, Burt 9-100, McGill 11-26, Ruben Godina 1-2, Kaden Hersel 1-(minus 2). S, Sanchez 23-69, Anthony Herrera 6-(minus 9), Jesus Magallan 19-156, Christensen 4-24.
PASSING—E, McGill 8-17-1-134. S, Herrera 4-15-3-104.
RECEIVING—E, Burt 1-4, Killion McGinnis 2-25, James Pinckley 1-24, Haehl 4-81. S, Sanchez 1-10, Elijah Pena 1-62, Magallan 1-25, Mason Kupp 1-6.

Othello 53, Selah 21: Tanner Wagner ran for 189 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Huskies to a road win over the Vikings.

Othello 25 21 7 0 — 53
Selah 0 7 6 8 — 21
SCORINGPLAYS
Oth — #56 20 pass from Chris Hernandez
Oth — Joe Deleon 1 run
Oth — Tanner Wagner 4 run
Oth — Wagner 25 run (Miguel Gonzalez kick)
Oth — Wagner 5 run
Sel — Vance Wood 4 run (Dain Kuhn kick)
Oth — Deleon 6 pass from Adrian Garza (Gonzalez pass)
Oth — Wagner 2 run (Gonzalez kick)
Sel — Kuhn 1 pass from Montana Blehm
Sel — Wood 9 pass from Blehm (Blehm pass)
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING — Othello, #11 1-2, Wagner 21-189, Garza 6-44, Deloen 5-16, #36 1-3, Trae Taylor 2-3. Selah, Brian Cienfuegos 5-3, Wood 8-61, Blehm 3-6, Kuhn 2-7, Wyatt Pettijohn 2-48.
PASSING — Othello, Hernandez 1-2-0-20, Garza 5-11-1-66, Gonzalez 1-5-1-22. Selah, Blehm 11-23-2-71, Nick Towery 1-5-2-7.
RECEIVING — Othello, #56 1-20, Conor Weise 3-51, Pnut Pruneda 1-9, Deloen 1-6, Wagner 1-22. Selah, Kuhn 6-23, Pettijohn 2-27, Wood 2-16, Cienfuegos 1-8, #21 1-4.

West Valley 13, Prosser 7: Isaiah Sanders scored a first-quarter touchdown, but the Mustangs were shutout after that in a CWAC road loss.

Prosser 7 0 0 0 — 7
West Valley 0 10 0 3 — 13

Scoring plays
Pro — Isaiah Sanders 3 run (Trino Flores kick)
WV — FG Brady Bendall 25
WV — Ethan Williams 70 punt return (Bendall kick)
WV — FG Bendall 28
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING — Prosser, Isaiah Sanders 15-72, Mason Schutt 10-61, Cardell Jones 1-8, Javier Diaz 1-2. West Valley, Mark Bradley 31-147, Jordan Cluff 6-11, Luke Atterberry 2-(minus 8), Brayden Shields 2-22, Team 3-(minus 15).
PASSING — Prosser, Schutt 14-33-2-164, Jones 0-1-0-0. West Valley, Atterberry 2-6-0-26, Van De Brake 2-3-0-18, Williams 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING — Prosser, Sanders 7-41, JJ Martin 3-53, Ethan Hibbs 2-21, Jones 1-29, Diaz 1-20. West Valley, Nick Hoover 1-19, Williams 1-10, Shields 1-8, Cluff 1-7.

East Valley 46, Grandview 27: Lorenzo Sanchez reached the end zone three times for the Greyhounds, but that wasn’t enough to overcome the Red Devils’ aerial assault in a CWAC tilt in Moxee.

Grandview 7 6 0 14 — 27
East Valley 6 20 13 7 — 46

SCORINGPLAYS
Grand — Brendan Bardwell 9 pass from Anthony Mendoza (Tyler Armstrong kick)
EV — Sergio Reyna 40 run (kick failed)
EV — Zach Janis 43 pass from Damon Nester (pass failed)
EV — Brandon Cox 47 pass from Janis (kick failed)
Grand — Lorenzo Sanchez 9 run (kick failed)
EV — Reyna 53 pass from Nester (Oscar Martinez run)
EV — Janis 4 pass from Nester (Chad Morrow kick)
Grand — Sanchez 7 run (pass failed)
EV — Isaiah Harris 28 pass from Nester (kick failed)
EV — Kyle Ibach-Sevigny 12 pass from Nester (Morrow kick)
Grand — Sanchez 4 run (Sanchez run)
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING — Grandview, Adam Perez 8-14, Sanchez 10-36, Mendoza 8-1, Alex Torres 6-35, Jorge Oras 2-2, Team 3-27.
East Valley, Nester 2-12, Reyna 11-68, Martinez 6-28, Blake Ward 3-2, Derek DeLeon 9-50, Cody Sager 3-23, Isaias Rivera 2-6.
PASSING — Grandview, Mendoza 9-22-1-157, Oras 0-0-0. East Valley, Nester 19-34-0-303, Janis 1-1-0-47, Rivera 0-1-0.
RECEIVING — Grandview, Bardwell 4-12, Sanchez 1-25, No. 7 3-108, Hector Pena 1-22. East Valley, Harris 3-45, Janis 9-135, Ibach-Sevigny 3-62, Dave Roller 2-29, Cox 1-47, Reyna 1-53.

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