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Who won, who lost, and who stood-out in last week's Washington and Columbia County prep football action.

PMG PHOTO: ANDY DIECKHOFF - Hillsboro senior Nahum Chavez (7) celebrates a touchdown reception during the Spartans' 28-14 loss to Wilsonville on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022, at Wilsonville High School.Wilsonville 28, Hillsboro 14

Hilhi comported itself well in its road game with No. 7-ranked Wilsonville, even going to the halftime locker room tied 14-14 following a Nahum Chavez 37-yard touchdown catch on the half's final play. But the Wildcats (4-2) got two fourth quarter passing scores from Kallen Gutridge to Cooper Hiday to re-take the lead and put-down the Spartans' upset bid.

Wilsonville's Jacob Ogden gained more than 150 yards rushing.

The Spartans (3-3) were led defensively by Preston Doran who recorded 12 tackles with a sack and forced fumble.

Offensively, Hillsboro was outgained by the Wildcats 440-202, but was led by Chavez who tallied four catches for 60 yards and a score, and Preston Echeverria who rushed for 47 yards and a touchdown.

West Linn 42, Tualatin 30

Wiley and Gus Donnerberg combined for three touchdown catches and two interceptions as the Lions (5-1) took an early lead and held on in a win over the previously undefeated Timberwolves.

Luke Ash tallied 130 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries for Tualatin (5-1), while quarterback Jack Wagner was 19-for-39 for 312 yards passing and scored a combined two touchdowns.

West Linn quarterback Sam Leavitt finished with 258 yards and four touchdowns passing.

Jesuit 52, Westview 18

The Wildcats took an early 6-0 lead on a three-yard Jordan Fisher run, but it was all Jesuit (5-1) from there as the Crusaders' Payton Roth ran roughshod over home Westview 1-5), finishing with 290 yards and five touchdowns.

The Jesuit defense was stout against Fisher—the state's leading rusher—holding him to just 71 total yards on 21 carries.

Banks 49, Rainier 0

The Braves—fresh from a forfeit win over Corbett the previous week—continue to run roughshod over the 3A classification, earning their sixth win is as many tries and are now 2-0 in Coastal Range League action.

Jack Lyda scored on a 62 yard reception from quarterback Christian Lyda on the game's first play from scrimmage.

Christian Lyda finished the game 7-for-9 for 172 yards and two scores, while senior tight end Logan Kind led the team with five catches for 108 yards and a score.

Freshman Henry White led the Braves with seven tackles, while Max Walker, Ashton Crossen, Kind and Luke Bigsby all tallied two tackles-for-loss.

Mountainside 21, Sunset 20

The Mavericks (6-0) for the second straight week pulled victory from the jaws of defeat, getting an 84-yard touchdown run from AaronRey Simpson in the fourth quarter to push the Mavs over the visiting Apollos.

Sunset (3-3) built a 20-7 lead in the third quarter before Mountainside quarterback Alex Ingalls found Madden Tanuvasa on a 24-yard touchdown connection to cut the lead to 20-14, but watched their hopes of an upset go by the wayside after Simpson's score and the subsequent extra point.

Tanuvasa also added 10 tackles for the Mavs.

PMG PHOTO: WADE EVANSON - Southridge junior quarter back Jack Klee throws a pass over the Forest Grove defensive line during the Skyhawks' game versus Forest Grove Friday night, Oct. 7, at Forest Grove High School.The Apollos were led by junior quarterback Drew Nees who finished with three touchdown passes on the night.

Tigard 28, Lakeridge 14

Tigard remained amongst the ranks of the state's undefeated, led in part by Konner Grant who ran and threw for touchdowns in the game, while tallying an interception on defense.

Tigers quarterback Brady Jordan returned from injury to throw two touchdowns, while Nate Duenas caught two TDs.

Lakeridge quarterback Ryan Oliver threw for 200 yards and two touchdowns, one each to Joey Olsen and Baylor Corbin.

Tigard's Vaughn Croxton led the defense with 14 tackles.

Newberg 28, Liberty 14

Falcons quarterback Reid Linkmeyer accounted for two total touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) in relief of injured starter Tytan Rekow who was injured on the game's initial drive, but it wasn't enough as the visiting Tigers improved to 4-2 overall.

Newberg's Isaac Heveron ran for two touchdowns, and Hudson Davis and Gannon Williams rushed for one apiece in the Tigers' road win.

The league defeat was the first for Liberty (3-3) who still entertains hopes of a Pacific Conference title.

Sherwood 55, McMinnville 12

The Bowmen (4-2) had little trouble with the visiting Grizzlies (3-3), getting three touchdown passes from junior quarterback Kasen Covert and two rushing touchdowns from senior running back Aiden Owens in the win.

McMinnville quarterback Kane Sullivan tallied two touchdown passes in defeat.

Glencoe 26, Century 23

The Crimson Tide survived another monster night from Jaguars running back Elijah Garcia who rushed for 201 yards and a touchdown on 31 carries, including the go-ahead score with 2:31 left in the game. And they did amidst controversy.

After a Maliq Smith 45-yard catch put Glencoe (2-4) on the doorstep of what would be the game-winning score, the Tide got that score on a fourth down play that had previously been fumbled away due to an inadvertent whistle. Quarterback Trevor O'Leary took advantage of the second chance, scoring on the subsequent play.

Century (2-4) had a final opportunity to score but got only to the Glencoe 32-yard line before time ran out.

Through six games, Garcia has 774 yards rushing and seven touchdowns.

Beaverton 41, Aloha 12

The Beavers (1-5) got two defensive touchdowns, one each from A.J. Arneson and Ryan Blomquist, on their way to their first win of the 2022 season.

Senior tight end and defensive lineman Javonte Thomas ran for a touchdown and recorded five tackles who dealt the Warriors their sixth loss in as many tries this season.

Forest Grove 42, Southridge 13

PMG PHOTO: JOHN LARIVIERE - Liberty running back Vincent Cabezudo on a second quarter kickoff return during the Falcons' game against Newberg Friday night, Oct. 7, at Liberty High School.Kaden Hale passed for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Vikings stunned even their homecoming crowd with the blowout win over the then No. 1-ranked Skyhawks.

The Vikes (2-4) took a 36-7 lead to the halftime locker room and defensively held Southridge (5-1) down for the bulk of the second half before a last second touchdown pass from Cade Mitchell to C.J. Sloan got the visitors a second score on the night.

Forest Grove's Hunter Frohnert returned an interception for a touchdown and safety Tyler Rebsom had two interceptions.

Kyle Fabela had two touchdown catches and James Oberhelman had one for the Vikes.

Scappoose 45, Seaside 14

Indians quarterback Max Nowlin passed for four touchdowns and Scappose managed to block two Seaside punts en route to a comeback win in Seaside.

Trey Dieringer ran for a Scappoose score, and Trey Fuller, Johnny Clothier, Ben Rintoul and Colby Campbell all caught scores from Nowlin.

With the win the Indians improved to 5-1 and sit alone atop the Cowapa League standings, while the Seagulls dropped to 2-4 overall.

Tillamook 49, St. Helens 17

Tillamook (4-2) turned a close third quarter game into a blowout win thanks to three quick second-half scores to send the visiting Lions home with a defeat.

Cheesemakers quarterback Tanner Hoskins threw for 204 yards and two touchdowns, both of which went to Zeyon Hurliman who caught six balls for 83 yards.

Tillamook also got 126 yards rushing on just 11 carries from running back Gilbert Whitlatch.

Banks 49, Rainier 0

The Braves—fresh from a forfeit win over Corbett the previous week—continue to run roughshod over the 3A classification, earning their sixth win is as many tries and are now 2-0 in Coastal Range League action.

Jack Lyda scored on a 62 yard reception from quarterback Christian Lyda on the game's first play from scrimmage.

Christian Lyda finished the game 7-for-9 for 172 yards and two scores, while senior tight end Logan Kind led the team with five catches for 108 yards and a score.

Freshman Henry White led the Braves with seven tackles, while Max Walker, Ashton Crossen, Kind and Luke Bigsby all tallied two tackles-for-loss.


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