Sports: Other high school football results – ABERDEEN – — – The Clallam Bay High School football team continued its winning ways with a 64-14 pasting of Wishkah Valley on Saturday in North Coast League action.

Clallam Bay (6-0) sits atop The Associated Press’ B-8 high school rankings.

The Bruins got three touchdowns from Melchor Ramos on Saturday — one receiving, one punt return and one kick return.

Ramos also threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Roger Wertenberger.

Wertenberger also finished with three TDs.

The game ended in the fourth quarter due to the 45-point mercy rule.

Clallam Bay scored 36 points in the first.

The Bruins host Lake Quinault this coming Friday.

Meanwhile, Saturday’s scheduled game between Neah Bay and Crescent was postponed due to weather and road conditions. That game will be played at 3 p.m. on Tuesday in Joyce

Elma 46, Forks 0

ELMA — The Spartans lost more than the game as Dustin Gaydeski broke a vertebrae in the third quarter of a Southwest Washington League defeat Friday.

Forks coach Todd Fraker said Saturday that initial indications show no paralysis. Gaydeski went to the hospital Friday night, Fraker said, but was able to go home later that evening.

He spent Saturday in bed but is able to walk, Fraker said. Gaydeski is a senior and the injury effectively ended his high school football career, Fraker said.

“The first analysis that we have is that for two months he can’t do any physical activity,” the coach said.

Forks (2-1 in league, 3-3 overall) managed only 71 yards of total offense to Elma’s 306.

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The rest of the story appears in Sunday’s Peninsula Daily News.

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