Forks quarterback Bubba Hernandez (8) runs the ball against Morton-White Pass on Friday night as Landin Davis (5) blocks. Hernandez had three touchdown passes and a 56-yard touchdown run as Forks won 40-0. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

Forks quarterback Bubba Hernandez (8) runs the ball against Morton-White Pass on Friday night as Landin Davis (5) blocks. Hernandez had three touchdown passes and a 56-yard touchdown run as Forks won 40-0. (Lonnie Archibald/for Peninsula Daily News)

PREP FOOTBALL: Forks rolls to 3-0 record; Neah Bay dusts off Crescent

FORKS — The motto for the Forks football team this season is that the team is ready to go to work.

And so far, the Spartans have worked over their opponents.

This week, Morton-White Pass was on the receiving end of a 40-0 blowout by the Spartans as the Forks defense allowed -7 yards rushing for the entire second half.

“The guys are playing well. They’re doing a good job. It’s exciting,” said head coach Trevor Highfield.

“We had a good summer. This is a blue-collar team. We want to honor and respect who are town is. Our chant before games is ‘time to go to work’,” Highfield said. “They practice well. They practice like the pros.”

“Sloan Tumaua was having an amazing game” at the linebacker position, Highfield said. Walker Wheeler and Brody Lausche were also leading the defense, which has allowed just 30 points in three wins.

The Spartans got up 34-0 at the half and let some of their freshmen in during the second half.

“It’s a neat offense, fun to watch. It has a lot of option facets,” Highfield said.

Freshman Bubba Hernandez had another good game, throwing three touchdown passes and going 5-for-8 passing for 73 yards. He also ran the ball eight times for 132 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown run on an option play.

Landin Davis had 78 yards rushing on 11 carries, including a 39-yard touchdown run.

Lausche had a 10-yard touchdown reception, while DeAnthony Davila had a 3-yard touchdown catch and a 25-yard TD catch.

In the second half, freshmen Kade Highland and Kaden Ward took over in the backfield as fullback and halfback as the Spartans fielded an entire freshman backfield including Hernandez. Ward had a 5-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.

After starting the season with three home games, the Spartans (1-0, 3-0) go on the road Friday to face rival Ilwaco (1-0, 2-1) at 7 p.m.

Neah Bay 66, Crescent 18

NEAH BAY — Tyler Swan found the end zone for four rushing scores and Mathias Greene connected on three first-half scoring strikes to three different receivers as Neah Bay blew out Crescent 66-18 on Friday.

The Red Devils (1-2) led 30-0 late in the first quarter, taking advantage of two Loggers’ turnover on downs deep inside Crescent territory and a Jerriq Johnson interception which set Neah Bay up on the Loggers’ side of the field.

Greene found Adan Ellis for a 42-yard TD connection to open the scoring.

Ellis then added a 20-yard TD run when Neah Bay took over at the Crescent 20-yard line for a 14-0 lead.

Swan scored the first of his two 1-yard touchdown runs. He later added scoring runs of 58 and 10 in the second quarter.

Lukas Love put Crescent on the scoreboard with a 60-yard rushing TD late in the first quarter to trail 30-6.

The Loggers added another score when Henry Bourm found Love for a 35-yard TD reception to go down 44-12.

Greene found Chucky Halttunen on a 72-yard catch-and-run score and hit Makyah Chambers from 10 yards out to round out Neah Bay’s first half.

Halttunen added a 33-yard TD run after halftime.

Crescent’s (2-1) final score came on a 60-yard Bourm-to-Love connection.

The Loggers host Lummi at 1 p.m. Saturday. Neah Bay visits Concrete for a 5 p.m. Friday kickoff.

Area Scores

North Kitsap 51, Port Angeles 20

Neah Bay 66, Crescent 18

Forks 40, Morton/White Pass 0

South Whidbey 50, East Jefferson 13

Thursday

Bainbridge 45, Sequim 17

Statewide Scores

Aberdeen 28, Centralia 6

Adna 62, White Swan 12

Anacortes 45, Archbishop Murphy 0

Arlington 52, Mount Vernon 14

Auburn 33, Auburn Mountainview 30

Ballard 18, Lincoln 14

Battle Ground 42, Prairie 7

Bellevue 35, Liberty 7

Blaine 55, Vashon Island 0

Bonney Lake 29, Lakes 26

Bremerton 37, Olympic 36

Brewster 31, Cascade (Leavenworth) 13

Burlington-Edison 25, Lakewood 20

Camas 21, Lincoln 7

Capital 37, North Thurston 15

Cashmere 57, College Place 10

Castle Rock 28, Elma 10

Cedarcrest 40, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 7

Central Valley 28, Cheney 7

Chelan 42, Cle Elum/Roslyn 7

Chewelah 14, Reardan 7

Chiawana 52, Pasco 10

Chief Sealth 3, Franklin 0

Clarkston 51, East Valley (Spokane) 26

Connell 52, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 0

Curlew 68, Pateros 14

Darrington 50, Lummi 20

DeSales 78, Garfield-Palouse 32

East Valley (Yakima) 56, Heritage 13

Eastmont 49, Wenatchee 10

Ellensburg 41, Selah 0

Emerald Ridge 42, Sumner 28

Entiat 56, Oroville 40

Enumclaw 42, Steilacoom 0

Ephrata 27, Othello 24

Everett 17, Jackson 14

Evergreen (Vancouver) 43, Kentlake 0

Ferndale 22, Glacier Peak 16

Franklin Pierce 64, Foster 0

Garfield 28, Seattle Prep 19

Gig Harbor 21, Peninsula 20

Goldendale 34, The Dalles, Ore. 13

Gonzaga Prep 53, Ferris 0

Graham-Kapowsin 27, Olympia 13

Granite Falls 32, Bellingham, Mass. 27

Highline 44, Interlake 13

Hudson’s Bay 20, R.A. Long 8

Inchelium 58, Columbia (Hunters) 18

Juanita 45, Hazen 14

Kamiakin 50, Southridge 14

King’s 28, Nooksack Valley 26

Klahowya 32, Tenino 26

La Center 17, Kalama 6

Lake Roosevelt 52, Mabton 14

Lake Washington 17, Newport-Bellevue 6

Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 18, Deer Park 7

Liberty (Spangle) 15, Colfax 14

Liberty Christian 42, Sunnyside Christian 0

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 36, Tri-Cities Prep 12

Lynden 35, Squalicum 0

Mark Morris 21, Columbia River 3

Marysville-Pilchuck 28, Marysville-Getchell 6

Monroe 53, Kamiak 0

Montesano 48, Columbia (White Salmon) 6

Moses Lake 51, Eisenhower 0

Mossyrock 52, Muckleshoot Tribal School 0

Mount Baker 13, Toppenish 7

Mount Si 24, North Creek 10

Mountain View 42, Union 27

Mountlake Terrace 35, Shorewood 0

Mt. Spokane 34, Lewis and Clark 7

Napavine 30, Carson Graham, British Columbia 0

North Mason 24, Kingston 21

Northwest Christian (Colbert) 31, River View 12

O’Dea 42, Rainier Beach 0

Ocosta 72, North Beach 16

Odessa 70, Cusick 12

Okanogan 55, Omak 7

Onalaska 50, Rainier 6

Pe Ell 46, Wahkiakum 12

Perrydale, Ore. 54, Lyle-Klickitat-Wishram 14

Pomeroy 42, Charlo, Mont. 40

Post Falls, Idaho 69, University 0

Quincy 48, Tonasket 7

Raymond-South Bend 41, Ilwaco 14

Renton 36, Lindbergh 19

Republic 52, Bridgeport 48

Richland 41, Hanford 13

Ridgefield 42, Hockinson 7

Ridgeline 20, Mead 17, 2OT

Rochester 20, Black Hills 14, OT

Rogers (Spokane) 31, Freeman 20

Royal 48, Zillah 7

Sammamish 36, Evergreen (Seattle) 0

Sedro-Woolley 35, Sehome 0

Shorecrest 12, Snohomish 6

Skyview 21, Bothell 7

Springdale 52, Selkirk 16

Stadium 24, Silas 0

Stanwood 56, Oak Harbor 6

Sultan 49, Coupeville 13

Tahoma 35, Mt. Rainier 14

Timberline 55, River Ridge 13

Todd Beamer 20, Kent Meridian 7

Toledo 56, Toutle Lake 0

Touchet 53, St. John-Endicott/Lacrosse 22

Tumwater 54, Kelso 0

W. F. West 55, Shelton 26

Waitsburg 48, Dayton 0

Wapato 7, Granger 6

Washington 49, Foss 6

Wellpinit 54, Northport 14

West Valley (Spokane) 13, Shadle Park 7

West Valley (Yakima) 7, Davis 0

Wilbur-Creston 66, Waterville-Mansfield 24

Woodinville 35, Issaquah 14

Woodland 33, Washougal 28

Yelm 56, Central Kitsap 6

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=

West Seattle vs. Cleveland, ccd.

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