Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News East Jefferson’s Brody Moore dodges away from Klahowya players and picks up yardage during the Rivals’ 18-13 Senior Night win at Memorial Field on Friday in Port Townsend.

Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News East Jefferson’s Brody Moore dodges away from Klahowya players and picks up yardage during the Rivals’ 18-13 Senior Night win at Memorial Field on Friday in Port Townsend.

PREP FOOTBALL: East Jefferson tops rival Klahowya on senior night

Neah Bay shuts out Quilcene. Sequim falls, Forks forfeits.

PORT TOWNSEND — Film study helped East Jefferson pick off four Klahowya passes as the Rivals earned a victory over their new rivals on a rainy evening at Memorial Field, taking down Klahowya 18-13 in Nisqually League action Friday.

The win moved East Jefferson (3-1, 3-4) into second place in the Nisqually League, in line for a potential state playoff bid. It was the third win in a row for the Rivals.

“We noticed when we studied film that their QB liked to throw off his back foot, or across his body when he was rolling out,” coach Tony Haddenham said.

“We were able to get our guys in the right spots all night.”

Gerald Lindsey, Brody Moore, Gary Zambor and Trevor Wilson all notched interceptions for the Rivals.

Offensively, East Jefferson took advantage of the Eagles’ defensive alignment to run for big yards.

“It was a wet and sloppy game, the field was soupy, and even with upgrades it wasn’t in good shape by the end,” Haddenham said. “I felt bad for the girls soccer team because they have to play on it at 3 p.m. Saturday.”

Wilson led the Rivals with 14 carries for 110 yards and two scores.

Siamau Auseuga rumbled up the middle for a 53-yard gain to set up a score and also caught three passes for 27 yards and a TD.

He added five tackles and two sacks defensively.

Zambor also had a big night receiving, catching three passes for 80 yards.

Aaron Glanz stepped in at quarterback and completed 8 of 14 passes for 126 yards, a TD and an interception.

East Jefferson saluted 12 seniors: James Harbin, Wilson, Tanner Haddenham, Austen Hammer, Devon Bennett-Anderson, Exael Hernandez-Duran, Auseuga, Beau Manuel, Lars Wakefield, Ricardo Vega, Lindsey and Sean Jones.

“These kids are quiet leaders, they lead by example and they’ve stepped up and made this program their own,” Haddenham said.

East Jefferson (3-1, 3-4) visits Bellevue Christian (1-1, 3-3) next Saturday.

Neah Bay 38, Quilcene 0

NEAH BAY — Neah Bay remained undefeated for the season by beating Quilcene 38-0 at home Friday night.

“I liked our effort. The kids played hard. But we made too many mistakes offensively to sustain a drive,” said Quilcene coach Trey Beathard.

“The story of this game was our deensive line,” said Neah Bay coach kane Bachelor. Andre Greene had three tackles for loss and forced a fumble, while Neil Bowechop and Aiden Ellis combined for five sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

“The reason there was a zero on the scoreboard was those three,” Bachelor said.

Beathard said Neah Bay’s swarming defense wouldn’t allow the Rangers any big plays. He said Quilcene’s biggest play of the game might have been for 10 or 12 yards. “If we blocked their defensive front, then their defensive backs came up and made the tackle,” Beathard said. “They’re good.”

Beathard said Neah Bay quarterback Julian Carrick is probably the best player he’s seen all year.

Carrick finished with 10 carries for 145 yards and two touchdowns. Neah Bay running back Jodell Wimberley had 22 carries for 117 yards and three touchdowns.

If Quilcene can find any moral victory, the Rangers did hold Neah Bay to its lowest point total all year, by a considerable margin. The Red Devils’ next lowest output was 58 points versus Naselle. Neah Bay has outscored its opponents 376-41 this year, averaging 62.7 points a game.

“Quilcene deserves the credit for that. I love their program,” Bachelor said. “They tackle and they hit. Quilcene made us play all four quarters.”

Because of the defense, Neah Bay didn’t have a lot of big plays and was forced to drive the ball down the field. “It was a slow-paced game, and we’re comfortable with that,” Bachelor said.

“I was proud of how hard our kids played. They didn’t play their best,” Beathard said.

Neah Bay (5-0, 7-0) looks to complete a perfect season, hosting Lummi (2-4, 3-5) at 6 p.m. Friday.

The loss snapped a three-game winning streak for the Rangers. Quilcene (3-1, 4-4) next plays at Crescent (1-2, 2-5) at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 2, Forks 0 forfeit

FORKS — The Spartans forfeited Friday’s contest with Pe Ell-Willapa Valley.

A text message sent to Forks High School families announced the cancellation.

“The district has preliminary information regarding an incident on Oct. 8 on a football event which involves a substantial number of players. Due to this we are canceling tonight’s game. The district will not comment further on this matter.”

There’s no word on if Forks’ final home game of the season Friday against top-ranked Napavine will be played.

No. 6 North Kitsap 54, Sequim 6

POULSBO — The Wolves snapped the shut out late with a touchdown in the final minute.

North Kitsap will face Olympic for the Olympic League championship next Friday.

Sequim (2-4, 2-6) will wrap the regular season at home against Bremerton on Friday.

State Scores

Adna 7, Onalaska 6

Anacortes 26, Burlington-Edison 7

Arlington 35, Inglemoor 0

Auburn 52, Todd Beamer 8

Auburn Mountainview 20, Auburn Riverside 14

Black Hills 38, Shelton 34

Blanchet 36, Ballard 28

Bonney Lake 42, Stadium 0

Brewster 48, Tonasket 29

Camas 49, Union 13

Cascade (Everett) 30, Cedarcrest 0

Cashmere 41, Chelan 7

Castle Rock 43, King’s Way Christian School 0

Colfax 40, Asotin 20

Concrete 58, Lummi 8

Connell 42, Kiona-Benton 6

Coupeville 78, La Conner 0

Curlew 32, Inchelium 30

Curtis 48, South Kitsap 6

Dayton/Waitsburg 12, Warden 7

East Jefferson 18, Klahowya 13

Eastmont 48, Eisenhower 0

Eastside Catholic 41, Rainier Beach 21

Edmonds-Woodway 33, Mountlake Terrace 13

Ellensburg 10, East Valley (Yakima) 7

Ephrata 20, Prosser 17

Everett 17, Meadowdale 0

Federal Way 48, Kentwood 20

Ferndale 28, Stanwood 7

Franklin 14, Ingraham 13

Franklin Pierce 34, White River 7

Freeman 20, Newport 0

Gig Harbor 42, Central Kitsap 0

Glacier Peak 55, Jackson 0

Goldendale 56, Cle Elum/Roslyn 12

Granger 12, White Swan 0

Hanford 28, Walla Walla 0

Hermiston, Ore. 44, Pasco 20

Highline 50, Foster 0

Hoquiam 29, Centralia 12

Interlake 37, Evergreen (Seattle) 20

Kennedy 50, Tahoma 7

King’s 56, Granite Falls 0

Kittitas 58, Highland 6

La Salle 34, Wahluke 7

Lake Stevens 56, Kamiak 10

Lake Washington 41, Juanita 17

Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 30, Colville 13

Liberty (Spangle) 21, Reardan 0

Liberty 30, Hazen 14

Liberty Christian 54, Pomeroy 20

Lincoln 49, Chief Sealth 7

Lynden 48, Lakewood 3

Lynden Christian 61, Blaine 13

Mark Morris 14, Woodland 12

Marysville-Pilchuck 31, Mount Vernon 14

Mead 41, Cheney 7

Monroe 49, Snohomish 7

Morton/White Pass 42, Ilwaco 0

Mossyrock def. Winlock, forfeit

Mount Baker 41, Meridian 6

Mountain View 48, Heritage 6

Mt. Rainier 17, Kentridge 14

Mt. Spokane 31, Gonzaga Prep 27

Muckleshoot Tribal School 54, Oakville 12

Naches Valley 14, Toppenish 13

Napavine 54, Raymond 0

Naselle def. Taholah, forfeit

Neah Bay 38, Quilcene 0

Newport-Bellevue 31, Mercer Island 10

North Beach 14, Toutle Lake 6

North Kitsap 54, Sequim 6

Northwest Christian (Colbert) 20, Davenport 14

O’Dea 33, Garfield 6

Oak Harbor 36, Marysville-Getchell 14

Okanogan 61, Manson 18

Olympic 40, North Mason 6

Omak 45, Cascade (Leavenworth) 15

Port Angeles 28, Kingston 7

Prairie 13, Evergreen (Vancouver) 6

Pullman 46, East Valley (Spokane) 0

Quincy 43, Medical Lake 30

Renton 28, Sammamish 18

River Ridge 26, North Thurston 7

River View 14, Columbia (Burbank) 12

Riverside 24, Deer Park 6

Royal 69, College Place 0

Sedro-Woolley 48, Archbishop Murphy 0

Sehome 38, Squalicum 20

Selah 48, Grandview 13

Selkirk 30, Northport 26

Seton Catholic 53, Fort Vancouver 6

Shorewood 27, Shorecrest 7

Skyline 17, Issaquah 0

Skyview 39, Battle Ground 6

Soap Lake def. Bridgeport, forfeit

Southridge 38, Kennewick 37

Springdale 66, Columbia (Hunters) 26

Stevenson 14, Wahkiakum 12

Tenino 38, Montesano 23

Timberline 24, Capital 8

Toledo 35, Kalama 0

Touchet 69, Yakama Tribal 0

Tumwater 56, Rochester 7

Washington 35, Steilacoom 28

Washougal 28, Columbia River 23

West Seattle 17, Nathan Hale 10

West Valley (Spokane) 33, Rogers (Spokane) 13

West Valley (Yakima) 41, Moses Lake 35

Woodinville 7, North Creek 5

Yelm 58, Peninsula 14

Zillah 55, Wapato 0


Columbia (White Salmon) vs. La Center, ppd.

Kelso vs. Othello, ccd.

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