PREP FOOTBALL: Sequim falls to River Ridge; other area results
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Sequim quarterback Miguel Moroles looks to pass as River Ridge lineman Gabe Fraser closes in.

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SEQUIM — For the second straight year, Sequim was dealt a tough loss by River Ridge.

The Hawks beat the Wolves 43-6 at Sequim High School on Friday night.

Two of River Ridge's touchdowns came on interception returns: One was picked off in the end zone, while the other was returned 100 yards for a score.

Sequim finally reached the scoreboard in the fourth quarter on a 30-yard touchdown pass from Christoffer Frick to Dylan Lott.

River Ridge beat the Wolves 34-0 last year.

The Wolves now look to reclaim their standing as one of the Olympic League's top teams after a year off in 2012, as they open their league schedule with a home game against Bremerton next week.



River Ridge 43, Sequim 6

River Ridge 7 17 13 6— 43

Sequim 0 0 0 6— 6

First Quarter

RR—Camacho 1 run (Behnke kick)

Second Quarter

RR—Fraser INT in endzone (Behnke kick)

RR—Behnke FG

RR—Frye 20 pass from K. Key (Behnke kick)

Third Quarter

RR—M. Key 100 INT return (kick failed)

RR—Camacho 2 run (Behnke kick)

Fourth Quarter

RR—Scott 32 pass from K. Key (pass failed)

S—Lott 30 pass from Frick (kick failed)

Individual Stats

Rushing— S: Moroles 4-62, Nelson 2-4.

Passing—S: Moroles 7-23-3, 77; Frick 3-6, 40; Lott 0-1.

Receiving—S: Lott 1-30, Hughes 1-14, Anastasi 2-10, Wright 2-49, Christian 2-14.

Neah Bay 64, Odessa-Harrington 12

ODESSA — Collin Haupt returned two kickoffs for touchdowns as the Red Devils rolled in this nonleague 1B matchup.

Both of the Titans' touchdowns were answered with a kickoff return by Haupt, one for 75 yards and the other for 80 yards.

Haupt also had a touchdown run and ran for 93 yards.

Cody Cummins had three scoring runs and led Neah Bay with 134 yards.

Josiah Greene ran for 117 yards and a touchdown, while completing 6 of 12 passes for 72 yards and another score.

The Red Devils play at Clallam Bay on Friday in a nonleague matchup between Northwest Football League foes.



Neah Bay 64, Odessa-Harrington 12

Neah Bay 16 28 12 8— 64

Odessa-Harrington 6 6 0 0— 12

First Quarter

NB—Cummins 2 run (Z. Greene from J. Greene)

OH—Largent pass from Schafer (Run failed)

NB—Haupt 75 kickoff return (Z. Greene from J. Greene)

Second Quarter

NB—Cummins 1 run (Cummins run)

NB—J. Greene 21 run (pass failed)

NB—Cummins 22 run (pass failed)

OH—Weber 34 pass from Schafer (Run failed)

NB—Haupt 80 kickoff return (Z. Greene from J. Greene)

Third Quarter

NB—Winck 17 pass from J. Greene (Cummins run)

NB—Haupt 7 run (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter

NB—Z. Greene 15 run (run fails)

Individual Stats

Rushing— NB: Cummins 14-134, J. Greene 8-117, Haupt 8-93, Z. Greene 2-47, McGee 4-27, Winck 1-7.

Passing—NB: J. Greene 6-12, 72.

Receiving—NB: Svec 1-34, Z. Greene 3-9, Winck 1-17, Haupt 1-12.

Clallam Bay 24, Muckleshoot 22

CLALLAM BAY — After nearly canceling the game due to a lack of eligible players, the Kings went to Clallam Bay and gave the Bruins a battle.

Seniors Matt Mohr and Calvin Ritter ran for two touchdowns each, and both surpassed the 100-yard mark.

Clallam Bay head coach Cal Ritter praised the two running backs as well as fellow seniors Evan Messinger and Joe Maneval.

“One things I preached on all week was the leadership of the seniors,” Cal Ritter said.

“They kept the team's spirits high. They really stepped up and lead the team.

With two minutes left, and facing a fourth-and-five near midfield, Cal Ritter elected to punt the ball and lean on his defense to finish the game.

The defense came through.

“I had faith in the defense, and they made their best defensive stand of the game,” Cal Ritter said.

The Bruins host Neah Bay on Friday night.



Clallam Bay 24, Muckleshoot 22

Muckleshoot 8 8 0 6— 22

Clallam Bay 6 6 6 6— 24

First Quarter

CB—Mohr 11 run (run failed)

Second Quarter

CB—Ritter 6 run (run failed)

Third Quarter

CB—Mohr 5 run (run failed)

Fourth Quarter

CB—Ritter 19 run (run failed)

Individual Stats

Rushing— CB: Mohr 22-151, Ritter 17-104, Gregory 4-24, Signor 1-15, J. Messinger 1-2.

Passing—CB: Gregory 1-3, 9.

Receiving—CB: Ritter 1-9.

King's 52, Port Angeles 14

SHORELINE — The Roughriders fell to 0-2 after a big loss on the road to the Knights.

King's tallied the first 35 points of the game before Port Angeles scored on a 31-yard pass from Nate Angevine to Matt Robbins.

It was the second week in a row that Angevine and Robbins have hooked up for a long touchdown pass.

Robbins also scored the Riders' other touchdown on a 14-yard run in the fourth quarter.

Port Angeles opens its Olympic League schedule at North Mason on Friday night.



King's 52, Port Angeles 14

Port Angeles 0 7 0 7— 14

King's 21 14 14 3— 52

First Quarter

K—Laka Wilkins 37 run (Lucas Swanson kick)

K—Jordan Turner 47 pass from Koa Wilkins (Swanson kick)

K—Karl Sather 34 run (Swanson kick)

Second Quarter

K—Sather 63 run (Swanson kick)

K—Swanson 25 pass from K. Wilkins (Swanson kick)

PA—Matt Robbins 31 pass from Nathan Angevine (Miki Andrus kick)

Third Quarter

K—L. Wilkins 15 run (Swanson kick)

K—Keegan Na 15 fumble return (Swanson kick)

Fourth Quarter

K—Swanson 46 FG

PA—Robbins 14 run (Andrus kick)

Individual Stats

Rushing— PA: Lasorsa 16-87, Andrus 14-77, Robbins 5-22.

Passing—PA: Angevine 3-6-1, 30; Andrus 0-1.

Receiving—PA: Robbins 1-31, Lasorsa 1-6, Andrus 1-(-7).

Klahowya 40, Chimacum 7

BREMERTON — The Cowboys opened their season with a loss to the Eagles at Silverdale Stadium.

Chimacum tied the game 7-7 early in the second quarter on a 35-yard pass from Alex Morris to James Porter.

But Klahowya reeled off 33 straight points to win going away.

The Cowboys host Bellevue Christian on Friday night at Memorial Field.

Last modified: September 14. 2013 6:00PM
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