UPDATE -- 1B FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP: Neah Bay Red Devils are state champions after beating Touchet 36-18

Peninsula Daily News staff

TACOMA -- Neah Bay beat Touchet 36-18 to win the 2013 1B state football championship at the Tacoma Dome on Friday.

Ezekiel Greene scored on a 11-yard run with 2:35 left to cap off the scoring for the Red Devils.

Neah Bay has won two of the last three 1B titles.

Earlier version

TACOMA -- Neah Bay opened the second half draining six minutes and eight seconds off the clock before Cody Cummins scored on a 3-yard run to give the Red Devils a 20-12 lead.

Neither team scored again until Neah Bay's Tyler McCaulley ran the ball in from 5 yards out with 10:41 to play in the game. A two-point conversion run by Ezekiel Greene made the score 28-12 in Neah Bay's favor.

Listen to the conclusion of the game on www.forks1490.com.

Earlier version

TACOMA -- Neah Bay holds a two-point lead over Touchet, 14-12, at halftime of the 1B state championship game.

The Red Devils defense stopped Touchet on fourth down at the 2-yard line with 5:33 remaining in the half.

Neah Bay's offense took over and drove down the Touchet 29-yard line, but were unable to score before the first half ended.

The Red Devils had a couple of chances to score on a pair of Josiah Greene-to-Cole Svec passes, but both were broken up in the end zone.

Cody Cummins has 115 yards rushing on eight carries, and Greene has gained 92 yards on 12 rushes. Cummins and Greene have each scored a touchdown.

Earlier version

TACOMA -- Cody Cummins ran the ball into the end zone from 2 yards out on the first play of the second quarter to give the Neah Bay Red Devils a 14-12 lead over Touchet in the 1B state championship game at the Tacoma Dome.

Touchet scored on its first two drives to take a 12-0 lead before the Red Devils responded with a 15-yard touchdown run by Josiah Greene and Cummins' scoring run.

Big runs by Cummins set up both touchdowns.

Last modified: December 06. 2013 6:14PM
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