Football: State playoff roundup

November 16, 2013 

Josiah Peterson ran for two second-half touchdowns and Tanner Wagner another as the Othello Huskies rallied from a 13-point halftime hole to post a 25-20 road win over East Valley of Spokane on Saturday in the Class 2A first-round state playoffs.

The Huskies (9-2) advance to play CWAC foe Ellensburg (11-0) in the quarterfinals. The top-ranked Bulldogs beat Colville 27-6.

Othello has won four straight games since losing to Ellensburg 31-14.

Othello 0 7 6 12 — 25

East Valley 6 14 0 0 — 20


EV—Keplin-Jensen 47 pass from Ramm (pass failed)

Oth—Garza 5 run (Gonzalez kick)

EV—Phelan 5 pass from Ramm (Keplin-Jensen kick)

EV—Keplin-Jensen interception return (kick failed)

Oth—Peterson 6 run (kick failed)

Oth—Wagner 9 run (run failed)

Oth—Peterson 4 run (pass failed)

Prosser 28, Sedro-Woolley 25: The Mustangs advance to the Class 2A state quarterfinals and will play at Mark Morris next week.

No other details were available.

Freeman 55, River View 19: Ruvim Tyutyunnik threw for three touchdowns, but the Panthers just didn’t have enough firepower to slow down the host Scotties in a Class 1A first-round state loss.

Tyutyunnik completed TD tosses to Jake Frampton for 10 yards, Terran Brown for 11 and Alonso Mendoza for 64. But Freeman stuck three scores on the board before River View found the end zone and opened up a 28-point lead in the third quarter.

River View 6  7  0  6 — 19

Freeman  21  7  13  14 — 55

Fre—Kitterman 39 pass from Hoppman (kick failed)

Fre—Laib 73 run (Genteman pass from Hoppman)

Fre—Genteman 22 interception return (Laabs kick)

RV—Frampton 10 pass from Tyutyunnik (kick failed)

Fre—Laib 2 run (Laabs kick)

RV—Brown 11 pass from Tyutyunnik (Manzo kick)

Fre—Goldbach 2 run (kick failed)

Fre—Goldbach 17 run (Laabs kick)

Fre—Laib 1 run (Laabs kick)

Fre—Goldbach 28 run (Laabs kick)

RV—Mendoza 64 pass from Tyutyunnick (run failed)

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