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9/27 DNews Moscow,Kendrick/Potlatch, Gar-Pal

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Posted: 09/27/2008 9:32 AM

9/27 DNews Moscow,Kendrick/Potlatch, Gar-Pal 


Myke Washington rambles for 237 yards in Moscow win

Posted on: Saturday, September 27, 2008

 

LAKESIDE - Moscow's Jayson Washington had a career night for the Bears, rushing for 237 yards off 12 carries and scoring four touchdowns as Moscow beat Lakeside 55-24 in Inland Empire League play.

The Bears (4-1) finished the night with 439 yards of total offense, only 10 of those coming from the air.

Myke Washington notched 78 yards off 10 carries and scored a touchdown, while Michael Baszler had 33 yards off seven carries and Jake Helbling had 31 yards off two carries and a touchdown.

"Our running game really got going tonight," Moscow coach John Sheaf said. "Our o-line stepped up big time."

Defensively, Sheaf said his kids missed a few opportunities, but for the most part they played hard and well.

"Overall they stepped up huge for us multiple times," he said.

"It was just a great win for us. We'll keep plugging along."

Scores by quarter were not available.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING - M. Washington 10-78, J. Washington 12-237, Michael Baszler 7-33, Zach Hull 7-50, Jake Helbling 2-31

PASSING - Hull 1-10-0-10.

RECEIVING - Sam McLam 1-10.

Garfield-Palouse 63, Dayton 0

DAYTON - Garfield-Palouse sent a message to Dayton - and the rest of the league: they are for real.

The Vikings (3-0) came off their bye week and crushed Dayton 63-0.

Jordan Palmer led the Vikings with 153 passing yards and four touchdowns. He also rushed for 49 yards scored a pair of TDs.

Todd Pinter had 11 rushes for 109 yards and two touchdowns while Jordan Palmer ran for 75 yards off four carries.

"It was just one of those things," Gar-Pal coach Mike Burt said. "Dayton was a physical team, way bigger, but our speed worked well and our kids played extremely hard."

Burt said things went so well that every player, even the freshmen, played at least a quarter.

Gar-Pal will host Waitsburg Friday.

Gar-Pal 22 22 13 6 - 63

Dayton 0 0 0 0 - 0

First Quarter

Todd Pinter 21 run (Ben Lynch pass from T. Palmer)

T. Palmer 60 pass from J. Palmer (T. Palmer kick)

J. Palmer 25 run (T. Palmer kick)

Second quarter

Pinter 8 run (T. Palmer kick)

J.B. Lange 34-pass J. Palmer (kick failed)

Lynch tackle for safety

Third quarter

T. Palmer 20 run (T. Palmer kick)

Lynch 5 pass from J. Palmer (T. Palmer good)

J. Palmer 13 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

Lynch 5 run (kick failed)

Kendrick 58, Potlatch 22

KENDRICK - Kendrick finally found its way into the win column with a 58-22 victory.

The Tigers opened the season with three straight Whitepine Conference losses, falling to Deary, Genesee and Troy. It was Kendrick's worst start since 1995.

Coach Kevin Driskill was happy to get a win on the books.

"It was good for the psyche," Driskill said. "Everybody was kind of shell-shocked, so it was good getting on the winning side."

Kendrick never gave Potlatch a chance to get in the game, shutting the Loggers out until the fourth quarter.

The Tigers took a 36-0 lead at the half behind a dominating rushing attack that was headed by Blake Warner and Ben Warner.

Ben Warner capped the first quarter with a 50-yard touchdown run, and not to be outdone, Blake Warner torched the Loggers for two touchdowns in the second quarter, one on a 56-yard run and another on a 21-yard pass from Austin Hall.

Potlatch finally managed to score when Brandon Woodin caught a 20-yard pass from Dustin Shepherd in the fourth.

Ben Warner finished the game with 170 yards rushing and three touchdowns. Blake Warner added 141 yards on the ground and one touchdown.

Potlatch 0 0 0 22 - 22

Kendrick 22 14 6 16 - 58

First quarter

Kendrick - Cody Heath 13 run (Blake Boyle run)

Kendrick - Heath 1 run (Trent Brown pass from Boyle)

Kendrick - Blake Warner 50 run (pass fail)

Second quarter

Kendrick - Ben Warner 56 run (Kyle Curtice pass from Boyle)

Kendrick - Ben Warner 21 pass from Austin Hall (pass fail)

Third quarter

Kendrick - T. Brown 47 pass from Boyle (pass fail)

Fourth quarter

Potlatch - Brandon Woodin 20 pass from Dustin Shepherd (Stephen Brent run)

Kendrick - Orrin Brown 15 pass from Boyle (Tyler Burke pass from Hall)

Potlatch - Cole Smith 1 run (Justin Heustis pass from Shepherd)

Kendrick - Ben Warner 35 run (O. Brown pass from Hall)

Potlatch - Shepherd 2 run (pass fail)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS FOR KENDRICK

RUSHING - Ben Warner 10-170, Blake Warner 13-141.

RECEIVING - Trent Brown 2-70

PASSING - Boyle 4-8-0-170

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Posted: 09/27/2008 9:25 PM

Re: 9/27 DNews Moscow,Kendrick/Potlatch, Gar-Pal 


Well, at least the Tigers got a win.  Thanks Fish.
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