See the complete offensive statistics from West Lin's 33-7 win over Newberg.

PMG PHOTO: MILES VANCE - West Linn's Earl Ingle (right) tackles Newberg's Armen Tarakhchyan during the Lions' 33-7 win over the Tigers at West Linn High School on Friday, April 9.It may not have been a complete season, but the West Linn football team wanted complete domination, complete victory and a chance to complete its mission.

The Lions did that in spades on Friday, April 9, rolling past Newberg 33-7 at West Linn High School in both teams' 2021 season finale.

See the complete unofficial offensive statistics from the game below.

West Linn 33, Newberg 7

Score by Quarters

Newberg 7-0-0-0—7

West Linn 14-7-6-6—33

Scoring Summary

W — Gavin Haines 4 run (Tommy Weltchek kick)

N — Sam Murphy 9 pass from Levi Durrell (Alex Valdez kick)

W — Aiden Scott 45 pass from Blake DeBisschop (Weltchek kick)

W — Clay Masters 35 pass from DeBisschop Weltcheck kick)

W — Haines 28 interception return (pass failed)

W — Masters 21 pass from Eagle Ingle (kick failed)

Team Statistics

First downs — Newberg 8; West Linn 17

Rush-yards — Newberg 25-45; West Linn 29-108

Passes — Newberg 7-23-3; West Linn 16-20-1

Passing yards — Newberg 106; West Linn 264

Total yards — Newberg 151, West Linn 372

Fumbles-lost — Newberg 3-0; West Linn 2-1

Punts — Newberg 3-44.0; West Linn 1-42.0

Penalties — Newberg 2-10; West Linn 8-63

Individual statistics

Rushing — Newberg, Price Pothier 11-53, Conner Croskrey 3-10, Grant Dickenson 3-10, Levi Durrell 6-(-23). West Linn, Gavin Haines 19-110, Cole Peters 2-9, Blake DeBisschop 8-(-11).

Passing — Newberg, Durrell 6-22-3, 49 yards; Gavin Korkeakoski 1-1-0, 57 yards. West Linn, DeBisschop 15-19-1, 243 yards; Earl Ingle, 1-1-0, 21 yards.

Receiving — Newberg, Dickenson 3-63, Sam Murphy 3-38, Christian Buck 1-5. West Linn, Clay Masters 6-86, Peters 1-56, Aiden Scott 1-45, Lucas Reininga 3-30, Mitchell Duea 2-29, Haines 2-17, Mark Hamper 1-1.

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