- The Times - Sports
Reports for games of Sept. 23
Sher. 30, Tigard White 6
The Tigard third/fourth-grade White Tigers team lost to a fast and physical Sherwood Black team 30-6.
The Tigard offense was lead by Jack Block's 34 yards on the ground, followed by Tyler Walker with 31. Michael Andreas added 21 yards and scored the Tiger's lone touchdown of the day. Michael Adkins added 15 yards and Dylan Bruce 10. The offensive line was anchored by Cary Watts, Dorian Grimes, Justin Thomas, Jake Dettra, Frankie Redfern, Nate Heaukulani, Ryan McGraw and Taylor Smith. Ends Zach Arndorfer, Jon Jon Reid-Davis, Jack Chimenti, Nick Stevens, Owen Black, Beau Paiva and Kevin Henneman, Cory Hayden contributed to the offense's efforts as did backs Kevin Gress and Nick Stevens.
Andreas had a 50 yard punt to help gain field position. The defense kept the Tigers in the game in the first half lead by Tyler Walker who had 4 of his game high 6 tackles in the first half. Other leading tacklers in the game were Kevin Gress and Nate Heaukulani with 4 each. Cary Watts, Dylan Bruce and Michael Andreas each added 3 while Frankie Redfern and Dorian Grimes had 2 apiece.
Also contributing with a tackle each were Reid-Davis, Ryan McGraw, Justin Thomas and Nick Stevens. Stevens added an interception and Grimes a fumble recovery to help with the defensive effort. Contributing to the team defense were Jack Block, Jake Dettra, Zach Arndorfer, Jack Chimenti, Michael Adkins, Taylor Smith, Owen Black, Beau Paiva, Kevin Henneman and Cory Hayden. The team missed the play of Luke Benedict.
Tual. White 20, L'ridge 6
Tualatin fifth/sixth-grade White team improved its record to 3-0 Saturday, beating a solid Lakeridge Blue team 20-6.
After holding Lakeridge to a turnover on downs on their first possession, Tualatin offensive line led the way on a 64-yard scoring drive. Key downfield blocking by flanker Tucker Bateman, tight end MacKay Dunlap, and wingback Tyler Riley resulted in a 49-yard touchdown run on a sweep by running back Cooper Brunner to take a 6-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
On Lakeridge's next possession, a big hit by defensive lineman William Chapman caused a fumble, which was recovered by defensive end Austin Green. The Wolves then marched down the field to inside the Lakeridge red zone, before turning the ball back over to Lakeridge on downs deep in Lakeridge territory.
The Tualatin defense came up big once again on Lakeridge's next possession, when pressure from defensive linemen Tyler Allison, Chapman, Andy Collins, Green, Matt Sheperd, and Shawn VanHorn forced a bad pass that was picked off by cornerback Kyle George with a diving interception. On the next play from the line of scrimmage, George, at quarterback, danced through the Lakeridge defense to score a 35-yard touchdown. The point after by Brandon Day brought the score to 13-0 with 44 seconds left in the first half.
Lakeridge recovered its own onside kick to start the second half and proceeded to drive deep into Tualatin territory. Defensive linemen Justice Kono and Chris Raycraft worked hard to close the holes up the middle, and Lakeridge faltered on the Tualatin 17 yard line. After holding Tualatin on downs and taking over on the Tualatin 20 yard line, Lakeridge scored from inside the one yard line to cut the score to 13-6 at the beginning of the fourth quarter.
Lakeridge had another successful onside kick, but linebackers Mychal Makarowsky and Alex Mercado had big tackles that forced them to punt. Tualatin also punted on their next possession, and the defense was on the spot to hold onto the win. With 1:21 left in the game, cornerback B. Day clinched the Tualatin victory with an interception at the 36 yard line that he returned for a touchdown. George's extra point pass completion to Brunner gave Tualatin a 20-6 cushion.
On the ensuing kickoff, Garrett Medvec made an outstanding play to recover the Tualatin kick and keep the ball out of the hands of Lakeridge until time ran out. Defensive linemen Joseph Day and Tyler Gastiaburu worked hard to shut down the Lakeridge running game. Offensive linemen Austin Bishop and T.J. Beikman, flanker Ryan Wisner, and wingback Ryan Richardson did a great job opening up holes for the running game.
Brunner led the team in rushing with 64 yards, followed by George with 60 yards, B. Day with 39 yards, and Makarowsky with 20 yards. Defensively, safety Medvec and linebacker Mercado had outstanding games and led the team in tackles, with tremendous efforts from Green and Shepherd as well.
Tualatin Card. 13, LO 6
On Saturday the Tualatin third/fourth-grade Cardinal team met its toughest match in this young season. Lake Oswego had the size, speed and the ability to pass that the Tualatin team hadn't seen yet.
The Lake Oswego quarterback kept our team off balance with a passing attack and quarterback sweeps. They scored first to make the score 6-0, that was the score at the half. After a spirited half time talk, Tualatin came out in the second half against a determined opponent. Lake Oswego came close to scoring again deep in our territory, but each time they came close, they were turned back by a determined defense. Tackles by Alex Reid and others helped to stem the tide. A key play was a fumble recovery by Daeton Harris. Key runs by Luke Davis and Chase Morrison helped to move the ball. At the end of the third quarter, the score was still 6-0 Lake Oswego. Early in the fourth quarter, Chase Morrison ran for 53 yards to even the score at 6-6. The extra point run barely missed. It was crisp blocking that helped to set Chase free on the outside where he out ran the defenders. With time running down, Luke Davis recovered a kick off. Chase Morrison ran it in for the deciding score. Dante Reid made it 13-6. Chase had the big runs, but it was a total team effort, with crucial blocking and timely tackling.
Tigard Green 12, Sher. 0
The Tigard fifth/sixth-grade Green used a tough, solid defense and timely, productive offense to hold off a strong Sherwood Red team 12-0.
JT Howe, Kaz Greene, Alex Dean, and Daniel Fechner led a tough and aggressive Tigard Green ground attack. JT Howe chewed up yards on his way to his first rushing touchdown of the season. The offensive line of Ken Timmins, Jason DeLoriea, Piero Silva, Jacob Mullen, Brett Sheldon, and Ray Barlow held their ground and opened seams for the backs to produce. Will Schaer led the Tigard Green attack from his QB position with solid runs from scrimmage. He also hooked up with Evan Garrison on an exhilarating +50 yard touchdown pass down the Tigard Green sidelines.
The Defensive line held their ground all game long and was led by Jacob Mullen and Brett Sheldon. Cameron Yarnell and George Smith were in the backfield most of the day making solo and gang tackles including a near miss Safety at the goal line. The Defensive Line of Stephen Palmer, Damian VonAhlefeld, Jimmy Robinson, Piero Silva, and Jason DeLoriea were aggressive and attacked the line of scrimmage all game long. The Line backing trio of Joe Lobbato, Will Schaer, and JT Howe made several hard tackles behind the line of scrimmage. The cornerback crew of Evan Garrison, Kaz Greene, and Nico Niblack held its contain and were in on several tackles. Eli Murray, Ryan Cleveland, Isaiah Hamilton, and Tanner Tonole rotated at the Safety position confusing the Offense with their frequent change of coverage's. Taylor Heaney delivered a crushing tackle from his kickoff assignment.
Tual. Black 31, LO 7
On a picture perfect sun splashed fall afternoon the Tualatin third/fourth-grade Black football team rolled to an impressive 31-7 win over Lake Oswego Navy.
The game started in ominous fashion for Tualatin as LO took the opening kickoff and marched the length of the field to take a 7-0 lead. However, impressive defense from Tualatin kept LO scoreless the rest of the first quarter. Tualatin was led by defensive lineman Ivan Vilcuaskas, who spent a good portion of the afternoon reeking havoc in the LO backfield. Others contributing tackles in the opening stanza included Daniel Ennis, Wesley Thomas, Cameron Frey, and Cole Gerke.
The momentum began to shift in Tualatin's favor early in the second quarter. QB Dakota Steppe engineered an impressive drive that led to Tualatin's first score with 7:38 remaining. The main cogs in the drive were running backs Eric Breyer and Ennis. Breyer gained 19 yards on two carries, and Ennis tore off a 20 yard gallop before scoring from 3 yards out to make the score 7-6 in favor of LO.
The defense, led by tackles by Gerke, Jorge Severiano, and Ennis, again forced an LO punt. The punt was hauled in by Calder Fettig, who raced down the sideline for a 45 yard punt return to the LO 10 yard line. Three plays later Fettig ran it in from the 1 yard line to make it 12-7 in favor of Tualatin. Steppe then intercepted a final LO pass to end the first half.
The first half was merely a prelude for Tualatin, who opened the second half by forcing an LO fumble their first possession. The fumble was recovered by Steppe, and the Tualatin offense was back in business. The crowd had barely settled back into their seats when Breyer ripped off a 23 yard touchdown run. QB Todd Pasquale-Uhlman than executed a beautiful extra point conversion by hitting receiver Nikolas Procaccini on a pass over the middle to make the score 19-7.
The Tualatin defense continued to dominate the line of scrimmage, with Vilcauskas and Frey both tacking LO runners for losses on consecutive plays. Frey than recovered another LO fumble, and the Tualatin offensive machine was back in business. Tualatin again drove the ball down in impressive fashion. The key plays in the drive were a 25 yard pass play from QB Pasquale-Uhlman to Zachary Reynholds that had the crowd on its feet, an 18 yard run by Trevor Tillema, and another TD for Breyer on a 6 yard run. When the Tualatin faithful looked up at the scoreboard they noticed that the sun was shining even brighter, with the score standing at 25-7 in Tualatin's favor. Other standout plays for Tualatin in the third quarter included Breyer's recovery of a fumble on a kickoff, a nice pass play from Steppe to Gerke, a booming 25 yard punt by Thomas, and tackles in the LO backfield by Vilcauskas and Gerke.
The highlight of the fourth quarter occurred when Ennis stripped the ball from the LO quarterback and galloped 80 yards for a touchdown, which was the final nail in the coffin of a 31-7 Tualatin victory. Other standout plays in the fourth quarter included a fumble recovery by Frey, a nice scramble by QB Pasquale-Uhlman, and tackles for losses by Vilcauskas and Reynholds. Tualatin was also greatly aided in victory by the efforts of Jack Dupuis, Devon Gillard, Brendan O'Neill, Jared Bobbitt, Spencer Hanash, Matthew Gilbert, Dasan Kenderes, Kellen Poti, Antonio Rodondi, Douglas Skinner, and Tucker Trost.
Tig. Green 16, Sherwood 0
The Tigard third/fourth-grade Green team made its first road trip of the year a good one. Tigard's defense was quick to the football all day.
Lead by great defensive line play by Eric Darden, Cameron Smith, Zach Jacobs, Xavier Saylor and Kevin Mortenson, Sherwood's powerful running game was slowed considerably. Linebackers Thomas Vickers and Alex Treat provided excellent run support to stop the Knights on several third-down plays. Sherwood's passing attack was stymied by a strong pass rush by defensive ends David Johnson, Zeth Buitron and JT Greenough. Tigard linebacker Kyle Baldes had two interceptions.
Tual. varsity 14, OC 13
Tualatin Cardinal's eighth-grade varsity defeated Oregon City White 14-13 in a thrilling come from behind victory.
Oregon City dominated the first half as Tualatin could not get their offense on track. Both teams traded early turnovers that thwarted drives.
Wolf tackle Branden Lebar's fumble recovery highlighted early defensive play, but Tualatin's offense couldn't capitalize.
The teams continued to exchange possessions until Oregon City punched in a second quarter touchback to take a 6 - 0 lead. Cole Williams kick off return gave Tualatin good field position, but Oregon City extended the lead to 13-0 with another scoring drive before the half.
Taylor Johnson ignited the Wolves comeback with a 3 yard touchdown run to start the second half. Lance Acosta, Tyler Kucera, Jordan Norby, and Chris Pauly delivered strong blocks to fuel Tualatin's drive. Johnson's conversion kick closed the lead to 13-8.
Following a Pioneer punt, Tualatin's fumble gave Oregon City the ball deep in Wolf territory. The defense stiffened inside the ten paced by Julian Betka, Austin Richmond, and Tyler Sanford to deny Oregon City a score. Ryan Glenn, Nick McCauley, Ricky Bettinelli, Spencer Nix and Matt Yarbrough also contributed in the key defensive stop of the game.
Led by running backs Johnson and Richmond, quarter back Yarbrough took the Wolves on a methodical march chewing up clock and yardage. Pauly, Nordby and Jake Turner provided key blocks as the drive culminated in Johnson's go-ahead plunge to give Tualatin a thin 14 - 13 4th quarter lead. Oregon City's last gasp was denied by Cory VanDomelen's interception.
Tigard Gold 32, L'ridge 0
After a sluggish start in the first quarter, the Tigard fifth/sixth-grade Gold team erupted for 26 second-quarter points on its way to beating Lakeridge White 32-0.
A punishing offensive line led by Cain Adams and Aaron Andrus and plenty of help from Brandon Teed, Tristen Rude, James Porter and Zach Tamez, the Tigard Offense was allowed to run wild on the Pacer Defense. Leading the way was Zach Floyd with the opening two touchdowns of the game. The first a beautiful 50-yard run up the middle.
Adding to the scoring was Jett Even with his first touchdown of the year. Marty Ramos and Mark Hall got into the act as well scoring their first touchdowns of the season. Also adding to an outstanding offensive game by the Tigers was the play of Chas Eakman-Caldwell. The defense had plenty of highlights of their own holding a tough Lakeridge offense to no points. Linebackers Stephen Whitelock, Mark Hall, Marty Ramos and Zach Floyd played a big part in this effort.
Cain Adams was a huge force at his new position on the defensive line along with outstanding efforts from fifth grade standouts Justin Jackson, Greyson Oehler, Zak Merwin and James Porter. The defensive backs also had a huge impact on the outcome. Led by Zach Vollstedt, Michael Ehrenfelt and Jake Opatrny, nothing was allowed in the end zone. In addition, Nick Jacobs and Travis Kamerer played pivotal roles in preserving the shutout.
LO 41, Tual. varsity 6
The Tualatin Varsity Black team had a tough loss at Lake Oswego. The Timberwolves Offense was able to move the ball on the ground and in the air.
The starting backfield for the Tualatin offense consisted of Quarterback Blake Evetts, Running Backs A.J. Peaslee and Serge Alexandre, Fullback Brenden Pritchard, Tight End Austin Angle and Wide Receiver Brian Balsiger. The starting offensive line consisted of Center C.J. Caviness, Guards Alex Harvey and Chase Norlin, Tackles Jordan Ellisen and Ryan Cyr. The line provided solid blocking.
Evetts had a great game and led the Timberwolves passing attack. He completed 5 passes including a beautiful 37 yard touchdown pass to tight end Austin Angle. Angle also caught another pass for 10 yards later in the game. A.J. Peaslee caught 3 passes in the game including a hitch pass for 7 yards after breaking one tackle and juking two LO defenders.
The Tualatin running game was solid and came alive in the fourth quarter. Peaslee displayed speed and quickness on numerous carries and rushed for a total of 63 yards on 9 carries. Peaslee had two exciting breakaway runs of 18 and 20 yards behind the solid blocking of Caviness, Harvey, Norlin, Cyr and Ellisen. Pritchard pounded the LO defense for tough yards up the middle all game long. Alexandre displayed powerful running including a pounding 7 yard run. Alex Cordier made a great kickoff return.
Other players on offense included Ismeal Arizmendi, Josh Ennis, Adam Hegstrom, Isaac Lomax, Daniel Grimes, Alex Cordier, Nathan Wiedenmeyer, Fernando Barrett, Justin Cadwell and Adam Polischuk. The starting defense consisted of linebackers Angle and Harvey, Peaslee and McMahon, safeties Lomax and Alexandre, Defensive Lineman Brian Balsiger, Jordan Ellisen, Ryan Cyr, Daniel Grimes and Nathan Wiedenmeyer. Tualatin made numerous outstanding defensive plays. Brian Balsiger made a key TDsaving tackle by running down a Laker player. Outstanding solo tackles were made by Josh Ennis, Brian Balsiger, Ismeal Arizmendi, Serge Alexandre, Zach McMahon, Jordan Ellisen, A.J. Peaslee, Brenden Pritchard, Austin Angle, Alex Harvey and Nathan Wiedenmeyer. Austin Angle sacked the LO QB for a 10 yard loss. Alex Harvey also had a sack.
Ellisen had a tackle for a loss and also made a crunching tackle on a kickoff. Cornerback Zach McMahon broke up a pass and also sacked the LO QB for a loss. Safety Isaac Lomax made a key interception on a tipped ball killing a Laker scoring chance. Safety Justin Cadwell had an interception stopping LO deep in Timberwolves territory. Brenden Pritchard made a big hit and caused a fumble which was recovered by Justin Cadwell. Other Defensive players included CJ Caviness, Adam Hegstrom, Trey Marquez, Alex Cordier, Blake Evetts, Ryan Cyr, Chase Norlin, Justin Cadwell, Fernando Barrett and Adam Polischuk.
Colby Hatchett, Alex Raymond, Jake Lehner, and Jason Kim did not play due to injuries. Adam Hegstrom had to leave the game due to injury.
Sher. Black 26, Tigard 13
The Sherwood fifth/sixth-grade Black team racked up around 300 yards of total offense en-route to a 26-13 victory over Tigard Gray on Saturday.
It all started up front with the big boys Brooks, Kotowski, Nichols, Voelker, Matney, Mack, Ochs, Brodie Riess, Jackson, Keller, Brookhouse, Scheirman, Crowell and Layna creating the holes for our backs. Cristian Morris ran for 14 carries for 192 yards and 4 touchdowns, Chertude ran for 10 carries for 51 yards, Larkin ran for 8 carries for 25 yards and Matney with 15 yards, Kent with 10 and Jacot with 4 yards.
A large part of this game was because of our defense, if it wasn't for them giving the offense a chance to get going, who knows how the game might of turned out.
The defense was lead by Brooks with 7 tackles, Cristian Morris with 6 and a fumble recovery, Staley with 5 and a interception, Goldstein with 4, Chertude with 3 and a sack, Kotowski with 3, Kent with 2, Scheirman, Matney, Mack, Larkin, Keller and Jacot all with 1. Metcalf, Jaden Morris, Braden Riess and Wagner all had strong defensive games and were key in keeping Tigard out of the end zone.
Sher. White 30, L'ridge 0
The Sherwood third/fourth-grade White team was able to get past Lakeridge Gold with a 30-0 road victory.
Elliot Christen started things for Sherwood with a forty yard punt return for a touchdown, Christen kicked the extra point for a 8-0 Sherwood lead. After tough defense by Sherwood, Jacob Vincent would race 65 yards for a touchdown, again Christen would convert the extra point and Sherwood would take a 16-0 lead to half time.
The second half would be more of the same for Sherwood, tough defense with good scoring opportunities. Sherwood's first possession of the second half Jacob Spurgeon would run for a forty yard touchdown. Griffin Wiencek would finish off the scoring for Sherwood with a seven yard touch down run and Christen would kick the extra point for a 30-0 lead.
The offense was lead by great play by their offensive line of Justin Meyer, Matthew Woodruff, Hunter Ladd, Trenton Lapp, Conner Carlson Cameron Huotari, Ethan Dale, Tyler Harrison, Zac Rome, opened holes for their running backs Nate Booth, Elliot Christen, Max Eastman, Keaton Flannery, Gage Fuller, Justin Schwarm, Derek Snyder, Jacob Spurgeon, Jacob Vincent, and Griffin Wiencek. The defense was lead by Meyer with 9 tackles, Vincent with 7 tackles, Snyder with 6, and Booth, Christen, Benbow, Schwarm, Flannery, Fuller, Ploeger and Ladd with three or more tackles each.
Tigard 23, Sher. White 0
The Sherwood fifth/sixth-grade White Knights ran into a very tough Tigard White team on Saturday.
Although the Tigard team put 23 unanswered points on the board in the first half, the White Knights showed a great deal of heart holding the Tigard team scoreless in the second half.
The Sherwood defense led the charge in the scoreless second half. The White Knight's defense had 9 members of the team record tackles. The White Knight Defense also recorded 2 sacks and had two fumble recoveries on the day. The following the White Knights led the charge on defense: Spense Clay with 9 tackles, Zach Wise with 6 tackles and 1 sack.
Reggie Lee turned in 4 tackles one sack and a fumble recovery. Mickey Schaefer recorded 6 tackles and a fumble recovery while Nic Clarke and Joseph Balfour added 5 tackles each. Austin Dessert, Bryce Seibold, Harrison Shelburne, Cole Vessey, Nolan Rader and Tyler Harris also added to the White Knight defensive effort.
Other White Knights contributing on the day were: Nick Dickson, Blake Peterson, Eric Lind, Parker Branz, Sam Troychak, Christian Delao, Kevin Johnson, Brandon Geiger, Nolan Rader, Andrew Summers, Jonathon Carlson and Quentin Nass.
Sher. JV Red 16, Lincoln 0
The Sherwood JV Red battled its way to a 16-0 victory over Lincoln at Sherwood High School on Saturday. The offense had a balanced attack led by Chase Krieger who had 50 yards rushing and a TD, Danny Rice with 40 yards rushing and Taylor Bonawitz with 20 yards of rushing on the day.
Connor Munro got Sherwood on the board in the first quarter and Travis Dyer added the 2 pt. conversion to put Sherwood up 8-0. Sherwood controlled the ball in the second half and Krieger scored with less than 2 minutes left in the game. Dyer then added another 2 point conversion to put Sherwood ahead with the final score of 16-0. Sherwood was led on defense by Dyer with 10 tackles, Garrett LaFarge with 7 tackles, Nick Lambert and Dylan Flannery had 5 tackles each. Danny Rice, Krieger, and Bonawitz had 4 tackles each.
Nate Montgomery, Gage McBride, Chris Hufschmidt, Joe Criscola, Joey Bitz, and Jake Bergin all made strong contributions on the day.
Sher. JV White 26, Tig. 10
Sherwood improved to 3-0 on the season with a win over a very tough Tigard team on Saturday. Sherwood halfback Steven Long had a day to remember with six carries for 155 yards and three touchdowns. He also had three pass receptions for 126 yards and a touchdown. And 84 return yards on special teams for an unbelievable 365 total yards.
Offensively and defensively, nothing is possible without the team's linemen. Ryan McDermott, Andrew Gough, Ethan Naef, Sean McGill, John Powers, Devion Harris, Harris Foster, Zane Morgan, Chris Singer and Tight Ends Al Niemi, Robert Weigel and Ben Haggard. Don't forget the guys who work hard and hit like sledge- hammers; Spencer Gray, Zac Smith, Nick Carroll, Daniel Leonard, Dusty Crabtree, Jon Dailey, Nick Dailey, Brandon Lepp, Garrett Born and Evan Heslop.
Tigard 16, Sher. Red 0
The third/fourth-grade Red Knights fell 16-0 to Tigard Green on Saturday, losing a hard fought defensive game.
The Red Knights played an exceptional defensive game, keeping the visitors to 144 yards in offense and forcing two fumble recoveries. Defensively the Red Knights were lead by James Nappe with eight tackles, Matthew Brooks with seven, Ryan Hobbs with five, Steven Powers and Jake Anderson with three, Tye McCarthy, Jake Richards, and Cully Clark with two, Brendon Wexted, Brady Sullivan, and Max Ahrenkiel with one.
The Red Knights defense delivered several tackles for loss, lead by Nappe, Powers, Sullivan, Hobbs, Richards, and Brooks. Joey Brookhouse and Riley Ahrenkiel provided strong play on the defensive line that enabled McCarthy and Powers to recover two fumbles at critical points of Tigard drives.
The Red Knights secondary, for the third week in a row, limited their opponent to less than five yards in passing and stepped up on several plays. The secondary included Devon Chesbrough, Trace Sweeney, Jesse Hasley, Dillon Heater, Jackson Grubbe, Sebastian Donily, Dakota Krieger, Alex Burger, Brady Sullivan, Kai Stephens, and Conner Whitely. The Knights were able to count on great play on both sides on the ball by Alex Dalebroux, Tanner Dillree, Jack Ferner, Matthew Sjogren and Trenten Toivonen. Jake Anderson for received the Black Knight award and to Connor Moody for the Fitz Patch honor.
Sher. varsity 38, W'view 8
An explosive first half of offense and a suffocating defense propelled the Sherwood Varsity Red Knights to a 36-8 win over the Westview Blue Wildcats.
In a game featuring two unbeaten teams, Sherwood's defense shut out the high powered Wildcat spread offense for three quarters. On offense the Knights took their first series with 9 consecutive running plays and marched the ball 72 yards with Trent Duppenthaler scoring the first TD. Duppenthaler rushed for 195 yards on 19 carries and scored two times.
Sherwood quarterback Jordan Ramp rushed for a touchdown and threw for one to Michael Balfour for a 52 yard score. Ramp finished 3 of 5 for 94 yards. Jordan Bowers capped the Sherwood scoring with a two yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Kicker Mitchell Rettmann accounted for 4 points on PATs.
The offensive line of Adam Godfrey, Ethan Jacot, Geoffrey Walck, Austin Vassar, PJ Dyke, Zach Kaylor, John Nagel and Zach Heicksen created big running lanes for Sherwood backs and dominated the line of scrimmage. Wide receiver Jaeger Heckman made a clutch catch of 9 yards at the goal line and Josh Patterson, Justin Bradshaw and Rettmann provided great downfield blocking.
Patterson also had one reception for 15 yards. Fullback Brandon Scott carried the ball 12 times for 54 yards. Chris Organiz carried the ball 3 times for 80 yards including a 63 yard dash in the fourth quarter. Kyle McClain covered a fumble on a great hustle play in the fourth quarter to sustain the final scoring drive.
The Sherwood defense forced five Westview turnovers. Adam Godfrey caused the first fumble with Jacot recovering. Duppenthaler made a big hit to create the second fumble, again recovered by Jacot. Jacot also sacked the Westview quarterback in the fourth quarter for a safety. The Westview passing attack was kept in check by Michael Smith, Ramp, Patterson, Bradshaw and Rettmann with Smith having two interceptions and Patterson one. Mason Lally and Justin Davis also contributed to the win.
Sher. Black 30, Tigard 6
The Sherwood third/fourth-grade black team won its third game of the season with a 30-6 victory over Tigard. Sherwood was able to take a 8-0 lead in the first half with a 90 yard drive that was sealed with a touchdown run by Rich Hekker and a two point PAT conversion by Tommy Paul.
Running back Adian Giasson opened the second half with a kick off return for a touchdown giving Sherwood a 16-0 advantage with Paul adding another 2 point PAT. Sherwood continued to pull a head with a 6 yard touchdown run by Jack Hollin and then late in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Rich Hekker made it 30-0 with a 85 yard touchdown run. Tight End Tommy Paul was able to rack up 45 yards in receiving.
Sherwood's Defense was lead by outside linebacker Jacob Church who had nine tackles in the win. Tigard was intercepted three times in the game by Hekker and Giasson. The defensive lines controlled Tigard's rushing attack with tackles from Matthew Springer and Tim Cornilles totaling 7. Safety Jesse Hatfield was in Tigard's backfield all game long with 5 tackles. Corners Ryan Nolan, Chhay, Larkin, Crowell, and Gaylord all recorded tackles and held Tigard's passing in check.
Sherwood 26, L'ridge 0
The Sherwood third/fourth-grade Knights continued their strong running game by defeating Lakeridge Blue Saturday 26-0.
CJ Alley led the way with 118 yards on the ground including a 66 yard touchdown on the third play of the game. Max Jaeger caught a pass from Mason Rivers to convert the PAT and put Sherwood up 7 to 0. Later in the first quarter, Evan Kitto ran 8 yards for Sherwood's second touchdown. Austin Shadbolt ran in the PAT to take a 14-0 lead.
In the second quarter, Sherwood's offensive line, led by Black Knight recipient, Justin Humphreys, controlled the line of scrimmage. Other linemen, including Bradley West, Kristopher Alvarez, Christopher Schapp and James Bennett, also contributed in Sherwood's offensive attack. With time running out in the first half, Max Jaeger caught his second pass of the day from Rivers, only to fall short of the end zone.
Early in the third quarter, Sherwood added two quick touchdowns on a 42 yard run by Rivers and on a 14 yard run by Kitto to put Sherwood up 26 to 0. Jakob Eisenbeiss, Brandon Ochs, Kobee Crown and Evan Kitto contributed with some great defensive plays including a fumble recovery by Ochs and a fumble recovery and an interception returned 27 yards by Kitto. Mason Rivers recovered three fumbles as well.
The only down side to Sherwood's 26-0 victory was the six penalties they committed. Unfortunately, one of those penalties called back great 74 yard touchdown run by Austin Teitsort. Sherwood finished the day with 326 yards of total offense and contributions by all 29 players.
Sher. Raiders 22, OC 0
The Sherwood Knights fifth/sixth-grade team Raiders got a road win on Saturday against Oregon City by playing a very well balanced game of football. A big part of this victory came from the outstanding work of the Sherwood special teams and Joe Chamberlain who kicked two successful PATs and had three punts that totaled 124 yards.
The Raiders racked up a total of 233 yards on offense with 110 of those yards and one touchdown coming off of 8 rushes by Halfback Tyler Aplin. Sherwood's second touchdown was delivered by Tyler Aytes on a 28 yard quarterback boot and the final six points came via a 13 yard counter run by Wingback Colton Waker. Other significant gains on the ground came from Jake Reimer, A.J. Smith, Nate Christler and the winner of this week's Black Knight award, Heath McKinney.
Once again, none of this would have been possible without powerful blocking upfront from Sherwood's line including Chamberlain, Brandon Whitely, Robbie Ahrenkiel, Justin Hamilton, Andre Mauro, Jorge Figueroa, Brian Lee and Jared Hansen.
The Raider's defense had another tremendous showing on Saturday. Oregon City's run game was frustrated by the fast Sherwood secondary, including Outside Linebacker Aplin's 16 tackles, Middle Linebacker Reimer's 14 tackles and Free Safety Waker's 11 tackles.
The Oregon City backfield was also under assault and suffered big yardage losses under hard hits from Dylan Anderson, Scott Wagner, Cory Keohane and Zach Ehrlich who delivered a quarterback sack for a loss of 14 yards. The Raider's defense contributed three turnovers on the day with fumble recoveries being made by both Christler and Reimer and a game ending pick by Waker.
Sher. Knights 34, OC 0
The Sherwood fifth/sixth-grade Knights put together another strong performance turning back visiting Oregon City Black 34-0.
The entire Sherwood defense turned in a dominating performance led by middle linebacker Paul Corl and defensive tackle Nick Rowlands. The defense caused three fumbles and two interceptions, one by Evan Castillo and one by Keegan Lawrence. Additional key defensive plays were made by Tanner Shadbolt and Grant McLaughlin at outside linebacker, Cody Thompson at middle linebacker and the trio of Parker Goedecke, Logan Smith and Jordon Kurahara at nose guard.
The Knights scored early with a 30 yard touchdown run by Corl. Corl scored on the PAT to give the Knights a 7-0 lead. Lead by the big boys upfront, including Black Knight winner Goedecke, Zach Burkenbine, Michael Alley, Rowlands and Smith, Andrew Rice scored next on an 18 yard run. Corl again converted the PAT to make the score 14-0 at the half.
The second half was all Knights as Lawrence took the opening hand-off 65 yards into the endzone. Rice's PAT made the score 21-0. Journey Bailey took the reins at quarterback and led the Knights on their next scoring drive. It was capped by his 14 yard run into the endzone. Bailey then threw a strike to wide receiver Carter Braun for the extra point. Braun's catch made the score 28-0 Knights heading into the fourth quarter.
Sherwood used a number of running backs to control the ball in the fourth quarter including Mason Worrell and Garret Heckenberg. Mitchell Marks completed the scoring with another one of his long touchdown runs after bouncing off of five different defenders.
Tigard 12, Sher. Red 0
The Sherwood fifth/sixth-grade Red Knights walked away from a defensive battle Saturday at Tigard High School Stadium. When the final buzzer sounded it was the Tigard Green team that came out on top by a score of 12-0.
The Knights offense was limited all day by a hard blitzing Tigard defense. The Knight's defense was able to answer back with some blitzing of it's own, however. The Knights held Tigard to only 100 yards total offense and most of that came on one long 70 yard touchdown pass. Defensive highlights included an acrobatic interception by hawk linebacker Scott Skurdahl on a crucial fourth down play.
Skurdahl also finished with 5 total tackles on the day. Mike linebacker Alex Barzee finished the day with 8 tackles, Stud linebacker Anthony Sherwood had 4 tackles, and Whip linebacker Alex Wacker and Hawk linebacker Tyler Booth each added 2 tackles apiece. Black Knight award recipient Andy Hennings anchored the defensive line and totaled 5 tackles on the day, while fellow line mates Dakota Groves, Mitch Brannen, and Kendrick Leverton each added a couple of stops. In the secondary cornerbacks Riley Junkin, Tristan Flint, and Jordan Hodney blanketed the receivers with great coverage most of the day and came up with several big tackles to stop sweeps.
Safeties Kenny Ross and Josh Aden also used great technique to blanket their receivers and added a couple good tackles as well.
Sher. 26, Tigard Gray 13
The Tigard fifth/sixth-grade Gray team did its best to stop the Sherwood Black's high power running game and it did for most of the first half, giving up only two 1st downs until just under 3 minutes left in the half, when a Sherwood back broke through and ran 41 yards to score.
The Tigard defense was missing Justin Evans to an injury, but still had 15 people in on plays. Tarek Wirfs, Austin Davis, Hayden Flake, Ethan Lange, and Joshua Miller led the defense. Zachary Bigei saw increased playing time on defense and made or assisted on 3 tackles.
Flake forced a fumble, which Wirfs recovered, Lange recovered a fumble, Davis stripped the ball and recovered it from a Sherwood defender who had just intercepted a pass and returned it for almost 20 yards. Tigard's defensive backfield of Chance Taylor, Chandler Kelly, Maclain Bartley, Tyler Woodworth, and Michael Mullen all made tackles.
Special teams were a big plus for Tigard on Saturday, both Tarek Wirfs who kicked off, and Micheal Mullen who punted, made the ball hard to handle for Sherwood, and the Tigard tacklers, including Tanner Padbury were able to hold Sherwood to zero or minimal return yards.
Austin Davis blocked an extra point kick attempt. Mullen had a 10-yard kick return and Justin Alvarizares weaved through Sherwood defenders to gain 21 yards on another.
The second half was a long run highlight show, with Sherwood scoring on 2 long runs and 1 short run, and Tigard's QB Taylor Courtney scoring twice on runs of 52 and 55 yards. Hayden Flake converted on one of the extra point attempts. Tigard concentrated on the run, only attempting 3 passes with 1 completion to Chance Taylor. Tigard's offense racked up 174 yards on the ground. Flake was the workhorse of the backfield gaining 56 yards on 14 attempts. Brandon Latt, new to the backfield got his first carry. Ethan Lange, Joshua Miller, and Austin Davis also rushed for Tigard.
LO 27, Tual. JV Black 0
The Timberwolves showed improvement on Saturday in a physically punishing game at Lake Oswego.
The Lakers scored on their first offensive possession of the game, but Zach Giulio's interception of the point-after pass attempt limited the drive to six points. Tualatin responded with a long, clock-eating drive of its own. Lining up behind center Spencer Parham, QB Giulio directed a ground attack that featured solid rushing by Anthony Ramirez, Alex Fonseca, and Tanner Baldwin. Raul Bautista, Casey Davis, Keagan Brown, Jack Furlong and Conor Hinds helped push the drive into the second quarter before it stalled on the Lake Oswego side of the field.
Great tackling by James Bates and sacks by Ramirez and Ray Richards led up to an inspiring goal-line stand as time ran out in the half. Scott Allred, Sean Blice, Dillon Hoy, Steven Gilkey, Hayden Richardson, Jadon Wiersma, Wilson Giles and Devin Hill all contributed to a fine defensive effort that held the score to 12-0 at halftime.
The second half started promisingly for the Wolves, as Lake Oswego's opening possession ended on a fumble forced by Fonseca and recovered by Blice. An energized Tualatin offense put together another nice drive, with Jackson Biehn handling the snaps at center, Ramirez rolling up yardage on the ground, and Giulio going to the air, completing passes to Baldwin and Nathan Suyematsu. Unfortunately, they were unable to convert the effort into points on the scoreboard, and the Lakers capitalized on the opportunity, taking a three-touchdown lead into the fourth quarter.
The third quarter drama was reprised in the fourth. The Timberwolves mounted another vigorous attack, moving the ball on the ground and through the air, before a turnover ended the drive deep in Lake Oswego territory. The Lakers responded once again, scoring in the waning moments of the game. Tyler Giulio, and Brian Reverman, both out with injuries, were unable to play but supported their teammates from the sidelines.
Tual. Gray 12, Putnam 6
The Tualatin third/fourth-grade gray team moved to a 3-0 record, with a physical win against Rex Putnam green. It was a tight game with the score tied up going into the fourth quarter, but the Timberwolves' would not be denied. A 40 yard touchdown on a beautiful pitch made from quarterback Kyle Bradish to running back Jordan Wilson gave the Wolves the lead. While Putnam's offense fought hard, they were no match for the Wolves defense. Key tackles made by Hayden Givens, Emilio Lopez, and Kaleb Arizmendi- Frias, and a fumble recovery by Jared Cichoke marked the victory for the Wolves.
Tualatin scored on its first possession. Nathan Senger and Wilson carried the ball up field to the 2 yard line with great blocks by Mitch Matthews, Brandt Gehrs, Dylan Petit, and Steven Schockloss. Jake Day finished off the drive with a run into the end zone. The defense was led with great tackling on its line by Dane Strength and Petit. Help came with quarterback sacks by Karter Cook and Day. Good tackles made by Chase Anderson, Austin Cuellar, and Senger stopped Putnam from getting to the outside. Tualatin did their job stopping Putnam on their first possession. Putnam came back with a long run to make the score 6-6 before going into the half.
The second half started with a big kick return by Arizmendi with key blocks by Oliver Price, Lopez, Michael Galluzo, and JJ Carter. Crucial offensive blocking by Mitchell King and center, Schockloss, gave Bradish an opening for a screen pass to Day for another first down. As Tualatin marched up the field, Putnam's defense held their efforts.
The third quarter ended by stopping Putnam with the physical Timberwolves defense led by Petit, Strength, Carter, and Day.
With 9:46 left in the game, a nice pitch to Wilson resulted in a touchdown run of 40 yards. Cook and Senger make key blocks to allow the run. The defense never quit and a strong team effort stopped Putnam on both of their last two possessions. Matthew Todd and Bradish hit them hard with tackles, while a blitz by Cichoke pressured Putnam. Pancake blocks by Arizmendi- Frias, and Cook, made for a tenacious effort by the Wolves.
Tual. JV Card. 18, LO 6
Fans witnessed a defensive struggle last Saturday between Lake Oswego and the Tualatin JV.
Tualatin's defense was anchored on the line by Michael Butz, Ben Paul, Conor Peick, Cade Thompson, Jake McGrady, Travis Campbell, Eliseo Arizmendi Frias, Matt Miller, Connor Cheel, Peter Hinckley, and Miles Andrews.
The secondary of Anthony Callaway, Eric Landmark, Kyle McClintic, Drew Ness and Michael Powelson held the Lakers to one reception. Tualatin had 168 yards rushing and 42 yards passing. Kevin MacPherson had a combined 30 yards on two kickoff returns.
The kickoff team was led by Butz, Miller, Jacob King, Ness, Matt Morse, Callaway, McClintic, Brandon Durdel, MacPherson, Kyler King, and Shane Scoggan.
Tualatin was forced to punt on their first possession. Durdel and Sumner Patton stopped a potentially dangerous sweep and on third down, defensive end Johnson sacked the quarterback for a loss.
With three minutes remaining in the first quarter, Johnson found Ness open down the field for a gain of 36 yards down to the 21 yard line. On the next play from scrimmage, Tate Jenkins bulldozed his way into the endzone for the first score of the day. The extra point failed and the quarter ended 6-0.
The second score of the game came in the middle of the second quarter - a Johnson keeper and Patton run up the middle set the stage for Jenkins to once again find the endzone - 40 yards on the carry. Lake Oswego responded with a 70 yard pass play to wide receiver Shannon for a touchdown.
On the next Lake Oswego possession, Miles Andrews (his second sack of the game) joined Johnson, Miller, and MacPherson for two sacks forcing another punt. The Lakers defense shut Tualatin down but Butz recovered a fumble on the Laker punt return setting up amazing field position. With seconds remaining in the half, Jenkins, who had 128 yards rushing in the game, followed his lead blocker Andrew Criswell into the endzone for a 15 yard TD.
LO 24, Tualatin Card. 14
The Tualatin fifth/sixth-grade Cardinal ran into Lake Oswego team at home. LO received the ball to start the game and the Wolf defense led by Dane Simonsen getting a tackle for a loss forced LO to punt. But on Tualatin's first play they fumbled at their own 20 and LO recovered. LO scored 3 running plays later to get the first score of the game. On the ensure Kickoff, Nick Hines caught the ball at the 35 and proceeded to out run the LO players up the left sideline virtually untouched to tie the score.
Brendan Bixel threw the key block to lead Nick to the sideline. The EXP was good on a pass from Randal Tainer to Jeff Whitaker and Tualatin regained the lead 7-6. On LO's next series of downs, the Wolves forced a fumble and Connor True recovered for Tualatin near midfield.
LO did manage to convert on a couple of Third Downs to keep the drive going but Tualatin did manage to stop the drive a their own 16 yard line to close out the first quarter leading 7-6 with True getting a tackle for a loss and several key stops by Brandon Yee.
The second quarter was a tough one for Tualatin as LO started the Quarter with an Interception deep in Wolf territory. Tualatin held tough inside their own 5 yard line for several plays before LO was able to bull it in to take a 12-7 lead. LO got good field position and started to matriculate down the field. Eating up the clock they drove down inside Tualatin's 10 with less than 30 sec to go in the half. On fourth down, LO scored a disheartening TD with 4 sec to go with a great pass and catch in the front corner of the end zone. Instead of going into the half only down 5, the score was LO 18, Tualatin 7 at halftime.
Tualatin got the ball to start the Third Quarter and the turnover bug hit them again. On their first play from scrimmage, Tualatin fumbled and LO recovered at Tualatin's 35 yard line. LO then moved the ball down the field against a deflated Tualatin team aided by a offside penalty on Third Down to keep the drive going. Tualatin made it difficult as it took LO three tries from the 1 yard line to get the ball into the end zone to go up 24-7. On Tualatin's next series, they started to put the ball in the air with some success. Brode Beebe had a good run of 20 yards to kick start the drive. Tainer had a nice pass to Tyler Snyder for 10 yards that was brought back due to a holding penalty. But on the next play, Tainer went up top again to Beebe for a huge 40 yard pass play that took the ball all the way down to the LO 17 yard line. The Wolves tried to pound the ball from their, with Tainer getting a critical First Down on a QB Sneak, but LO was tough and held Tualatin on downs.
In the fourth quarter, Hines started it off with a nice sweep for 15 yards. After a pass incompletion, Tainer had a spectacular QB keep around left end, breaking tackles and getting good downfield blocks before cutting all the way back to the right sideline and out running the rest of the LO Defense for a 88 yard TD run. Hines converted the EXP on a run and the score with 3 minutes to go was 24-14. On defense, Simonsen and True had great games with multiple tackles for losses. Others having good defensive games were Yee, Bridger Wilde, Drew McGovern, Graham Russell Jeff and John Whitaker, Snyder and Beau Kennedy. The o-line of True, Simonsen, Derek Maidel, Russell, McGovern, Paul Bixel and Alec Trecker played well. Yards were tough to come by for the backs Hines, Yee, Snyder, Beebe, Houston and Symes, who was playing hurt. Others having good games on special teams and in reserve roles were Edgar Gutierrez, Brendan Bixel, Luke Beisner and Griffin Ghering.
Tualatin Black 31, OC 19
Tualatin fifth/sixth-grade Black met with a tough opponent in Oregon City, but the visiting Timberwolves came away with a 31-19 win.
The starting backfield for the Tualatin offense included quarterback Connor Scott, Running Backs Derek Senger and Blake Reser, Fullback Chris Rodarte, Tight Ends Logan Wiersma and J.J. Paulson. The starting offensive line consisted of Center Adam Evetts, Guards Paul Sheffield and Cooper Sprunk, Tackles Kenneth Walther and Cody Allison.
Fullback Chris Rodarte gave a strong performance, opening Tualatin's scoring drive with a 53-yard run for a touchdown. Blake Reser caught a halfback pass from Derek Senger for 20 yards. Chris Rodarte followed up by running the fullback wedge for a 24-yard touchdown to give Tualatin the lead, 12-7. With 1:15 left in the first quarter, Reser had a 32-yard run to position the T-Wolves to score. Derek Senger had a number of big sweep runs during the game, finishing this drive with a long touchdown run to end the quarter, 19-13 Tualatin.
Other players on offense included Ryan Murray, Connor Thurman, Jackson Ceserani, Brock Hulse, Jacob Baldry, David Johannesen and Aaron West. Michael Foushee, out with an injury, encouraged his team from the sidelines.
Cooper Sprunk contributed greatly to Tualatin's defensive game, grabbing two pass interceptions, as well as OC's Quarterback for a sack, forcing a punt. One of Sprunk's interceptions positioned Blake Reser for a touchdown, regaining the lead for Tualatin, 25-19. Nique Reid made a great run from scrimmage before seconds ran out on the half.
While running a reverse, Blake Reser suffered an injury in the third quarter. Nique Reid stepped up with an excellent run effort. Chris Rodarte ran it in the remaining 29 yards for a TD, opening Tualatin's lead to 31-19. Excellent defensive plays were made by Connor Thurman, Ryan Murray and Chris Rodarte, who also had a QB sack. The starting Tualatin defense consisted of linebackers Nique Reid, Brock Hulse, and Chris Rodarte, cornerbacks Jackson Ceserani and Ryan Murray, Safety Blake Reser, defensive linemen Connor Thurman, David Johannesen, Cody Engelman, Kenneth Walther and Cooper Sprunk.
Other defensive players included Logan Wiersma, Bryce Parham, Chris Rodarte, Derek Senger, Evan Davis, Jacob Baldry, Jared Schmidt, Aaron West, Adam Evetts, Paul Sheffield, Cody Allison, and Connor Scott.
Tig. JV Black 36, Clack. 18
The Tigard Black Tigers JV team improved to 3-0 with an impressive 36 to 18 win against the Clackamas Cavaliers Saturday.
The game started as a defensive struggle with Clackamas controlling the time of possession and holding the Tigers to a 0-0 tie at the end of the first quarter. Good tackles by Jeremy Moore, Roble Jama, Niko Freni and Brandon Dettra kept the Cavaliers out of the end zone. The momentum changed when, with Clackamas threatening to score, Tigard's Adam Holman intercepted a pass at the 6 yard line and returned it 94 yards for a touchdown. Freni's 2 point PAT kick made the score 8-0.
After the ensuing kick off the Black Tiger defense caught fire. Nolan Friesen and Freni both made tackles for losses and forced Clackamas to punt. Freni received the punt at the 50 and returned it for another Tiger touchdown. He kicked the 2 point PAT and Tigard now led 16-0, despite running only 4 plays on offense so far. Another strong defensive stand aided by pressure from Cody Bliss and Cody Collins, forced the Cavaliers to punt.
The Tiger offense wanted to make its mark on the game and came out ready to regain control of the ball. Consecutive first downs by Chad Colson and Dettra moved the Tigers into scoring range at the Clackamas 15 yard line. A bruising run up the middle by Jake Panasewich gained 8 more yards and Freni ran for his second touchdown of the day untouched behind blocks by Brody Parson and Dominic Mori. The two point conversion was good and Tigard now led 24-0.
The Cavaliers were still working hard to get on the scoreboard before halftime, but a leaping interception and 30 yard return by Andre Metternich shut down the threat.
The second half started with Tigard again going to Panasewich up the middle to move the ball. A huge hole opened by Sam Crawford allowed Panasewich to scamper for 18 yards; the next play Jake did it by himself dragging 6 Clackamas defenders with him for another first down. Blocks by Mitchell Allen and Bliss opened up a wide alley and Freni accelerated through it for another TD. The PAT failed, but Tigard now controlled the game, up 30-0.
As defensive backs, Peter McCormick, Sam Fusick, Robert Strys, Adam Boyce, Brandon Wick and Matt Merkling all helped contain a potent Clackamas passing game. Travis Eurick and Cody Amman, along with Collins, Bliss, Parsons and Allen dominated the line of scrimmage and put pressure on the passer. Another interception and return for a TD by Adam Holman finished off the Tigard scoring.
Tig. Black 19, L'ridge 7
The fifth/sixth-grade Black Tigers of Tigard won their third consecutive road game beating the Lakeridge Gold Pacers 19-7.
Tigard ran their winning streak to three games on Saturday pulling a few trick plays out of the bag and surprising the Pacers. The Tigers started off by fumbling on their first possession on the second play from scrimmage and then gave up a touchdown on a reverse that had the Tigard defense fooled. Early on Lakeridge set the tone by taking a 7-0 lead and sending a wake up call to the Tigers who had not allowed a point in their previous two contests. It was short lived though as Tigard scored three unanswered touchdowns and shut down the Pacer offense the rest of the game.
On their second series of the first quarter Tigard QB Robbie Chabreck handed off to Jake Bigelow who rolled right and threw a 22 yard scoring pass to Taylor Evans who has now scored a touchdown in three straight games. In the second quarter Tigard RB Manu Rasmussen showed his big play ability by racing up the right sideline for an 18 yard TD, capping a productive half in which Tigard had the ball six times and scored two TDs. The Tigard passing attack struck again in the third quarter when Chabreck hit TE Jack Nadelhoffer for a 39 yard TD marked by several nifty moves and a stiff arm at the goal line to get in for the score.
Running back Ryan Bickel was back at it this week gaining 28 yards on the ground and rushing in an extra point. Taylor Evans got some reps at QB late in the game and ripped off a 38 yard bootleg to go with his two tackles, sack and receiving TD. Bigelow was also a fixture on defense adding five solo tackles. The Tigers shut down the Pacers after the early score with four tackles and a sack by Clay VanRiper, four by Jacob Arnold along with a recovered fumble, four by Matt Franz, three by Conner Olson and Manu Rasmussen had two tackles and a key interception late in the game to put it away.
OC 8, Tualatin Gray 7
The Tualatin fifth/sixth-grade gray played an incredible game against the Oregon City White team on Pioneer turf.
Effective passing by quarterback Ian Coffman, great hands by running back Tyler Kemp, and defensive pressure made for an exciting football game, where the Timberwolves gave it their all, but a safety call late in the fourth quarter clinched the win for OC. Kemp made a great run of 50 yards to score on Tualatin's first possession putting Tualatin ahead 7-0. The defense held the Pioneers to no score in the first quarter, with key tackles on losses by Chandler Pool, Sawyer Johnstone, and Jeffrey Williams.
The defensive line led by Johnstone, Devin Labar, Mike Jansen, and Konner Cook showed promise in the second quarter. Pressure by Kemp and Cook on the Pioneer's offense forced them into incomplete passes and a fumble. Key tackles by Cody Summers, Graye Norlin, Trent Warren, and Chandler Schoonmaker stopped the Pioneers. With 1:04 left in the half Tualatin made an excellent run down the field, but ran out of time. Great blocking by Dakota Billington, Samuel Gregson, and Summers opened up holes for backs Williams, Schoonmaker, and Kemp for a total gain of 30 yards.
The o-line made great progress in the third. Jordan Brown, Noah Peterson, Patrick O'Connor, Devin Labar, Billington and Cook contributed, while backs Williams, Summers, and Schoonmaker combined for Tualatin's four first downs. However, the Pioneer offense would not be denied, and scored with 2:02 left in the third. Schoonmaker got an arm up to block the extra point attempt. Tight ends George Still and Corey Parsons, helped the line, along with key blocks by Alan Burggren and Gator Pizer.
With a score of 7-6, the fourth quarter was any ones game. The defense stopped the Pioneers by outside corner, Pool, while ends Ben Herrod, Jared Larson, and Kip Koenig made critical tackles. The defense eventually forced a fumble at the 2, recovered by Coffman. Unfortunately, the Pioneers came back on a defensive play for a safety.