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See the complete offensive statistics from West Linn's 42-7 win over Lake Oswego.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - The West Linn football team stands at attention for the national anthem before its 42-7 win over Lake Oswego at West Linn High School on Friday, March 26.The West Linn football team left no doubt.

The Lions, hosting Lake Oswego in Week 4 of the pandemic-shortened 2021 season on Friday, March 26, sped out to a five-touchdown lead and used that blistering start to beat the Lakers 42-7 at West Linn High School.

See the complete unofficial offensive statistics from the game below.

West Linn 42, Lake Oswego 7

Lake Oswego 0-0-0-7—7

West Linn 21-7-0-14—42

Scoring Summary

W — Aiden Scott 65 pass from Blake DeBisschop (Tommy Weltchek kick)

W — Gavin Haines 17 run (Weltchek kick)

W — Kanaan Huffman 29 pass from DeBisschop (Weltchek kick)

W — Clay Masters 8 pass from DeBisschop (Weltchek kick)

W — Mitchell Duea 7 pass from DeBisschop (Weltchek kick)

L — Garrett Roach 5 pass from Jack Layne (Thomas Rainey kick)

W — Cole Peters 6 run (Weltchek kick)

Team Statistics

First downs — Lake Oswego 7; West Linn 19

Rush-yards — Lake Oswego 13-32; West Linn 30-126

Passes — Lake Oswego 13-24-2; West Linn 18-25-0

Passing yards — Lake Oswego 171; West Linn 270

Total yards — Lake Oswego 203; West Linn 396

Fumbles-lost — Lake Oswego 0-0; West Linn 0-0

Punts — Lake Oswego 3-33.0; West Linn 1-39.0

Penalties — Lake Oswego 2-15; West Linn 1-10

Individual statistics

Rushing — Lake Oswego, Gabe Olvera 5-25, Zach Mahan 3-10, Calvin Macy 2-7, Henry Francis 1-(-2), Jack Layne 2-(-8). West Linn, Gavin Haines 15-61, Jaxon Steinhauer 2-43, Cole Peters 8-36, Blake DeBisschop 5-(-14).

Passing — Lake Oswego, Layne 13-24-2, 171 yards. West Linn, DeBisschop 17-24-0, 250 yards; Chase Harmon 1-1-0, 20 yards.

Receiving — Lake Oswego, Garrett Roach 3-68, Dylan Layne 4-48, Olvera 3-30, Cade Waller 2-21, Hayden Kavanaugh 1-4. West Linn, Clay Masters 6-67, Aiden Scott 1-65, Lucas Reininga 3-32, Mark Hamper 3-29, Kanaan Huffman 1-29, Peters 2-24, Avery McCormick 1-17, Mitchell Duea 1-7.


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