SPORTS: Neah Bay beats Clallam Bay and Quilcene defeats Crescent in Class 1B football action

NEAH BAY — The Neah Bay Red Devils (6-1, 7-2) finished their football season strong with a 68-20 win against Clallam Bay (1-6, 1-8) on Friday night.

“It was a hard-hitting, hard-fought football game,” Clallam Bay coach Cal Ritter said.

The Red Devil defense was able to hold the Bruins to only three touchdowns in the game and allowed their offense to pull away for the victory.

Josiah Greene had a total of 254 offensive yards and five touchdowns for the Red Devils while Titus Pascua rushed for 139 yards on five carries.

Pascua has totaled 1,038 yards for the season on the ground.

Clallam Bay’s John Teachout had a total of 148 offensive yards, scoring two touchdowns on the ground while Luke Wonderly had the third and final touchdown for the Bruins in the second quarter.

“We came together as a team at the end of the season,” Ritter said. “We are a different football team.”

Clallam Bay ends its season, graduating its starting quarterback and both running backs.

Neah Bay continues on to the postseason, facing Quilcene in the first round in Silverdale with the game date being decided on Monday.

Neah Bay beat Quilcene twice already this year.

Neah Bay 68, Clallam Bay 20

Clallam Bay 30 16 22 — 20

Neah Bay 14 6 0 — 68

First Quarter

CB–Teachout 27 run (conversion good)

NB–J. Greene 49 run (Pascua run)

CB–Teachout 55 run (conversion failed)

NB–J. Greene 23 run (McCaulley run)

NB–J. Greene 16 yard interception TD (run failed)

NB–J. Greene 68 run (pass good)

Second Quarter

CB–Wonderly 26 run (conversion failed)

NB–Halttunen 70 kick return TD (McCaulley run)

NB–Pascua 36 run (pass good)

Third Quarter

NB–Pascua 37 run (J. Greene run)

NB–Z. Greene 62 pass from J. Greene (McCaulley run)

NB–Manuel 9 run (game over)

Individual Stats

Rushing– CB: Teachout 9-107, Wonderly 10-58. NB: J. Greene 7-141, Pascua 5-139.

Passing–CB: A. Ritter 3-10-1, 72. NB: J. Greene 5-7-0, 113.

Receiving–CB: Teachout 2-41, Wonderly 1-31.

Quilcene 60, Crescent 14

QUILCENE — The Rangers had no problems against the Loggers on Saturday as they move on to the playoffs.

“It was a learning year, and we just don’t have the experience yet,” Crescent coach Tim Rooney said.

“We will be ready to go for next year.”

Brandon Bancroft had a big game for Quilcene with 170 offensive yards and three touchdowns.

On the defensive side of the ball, Bancroft had three interceptions, taking one back 100 yards for another score.

Joey Barnes ran for 71 yards on 21 carries, caught three passes for 100 yards and scored both of Crescent’s touchdowns.

On defense, Barnes had eight tackles while Austin Hutto had six tackles and two sacks.

The Rangers head into the postseason facing Neah Bay in Silverdale for the first round, having lost to them twice already this season.

The game will be played either Friday or Saturday, to be announced Monday.

Quilcene 60, Crescent 14

Crescent 8 6 0 0– 14

Quilcene 16 22 16 6– 60

Individual Stats

Rushing– Q: Schreier 14-224, Bancroft 14-140. C: Barnes 21-71.

Passing–Q: Bancroft 1-3-0, 30. C: Findley 4-11-2, 118.

Receiving–C: Barnes 3-100.

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