Gresham trounces Westview to finish unbeaten in nonleague play
- David Ball
- Gresham Outlook - Sports
Reynolds overcomes a two-touchdown deficit to beat Clackamas 28-19
GRESHAM 34, WESTVIEW 14 The Gophers secured a 20-0 lead before the host Wildcats got onto the scoreboard late in the third quarter. Micah Tolai accounted for all of the first-half scoring by hauling in a 36-yard touchdown pass from Devon Shields.
The Gophers started to break away in the second half, sparked by Devauntae Hoffmans 73-yard touchdown run.
Gresham (4-0) remains the only unbeaten team out of the Mount Hood Conference, heading into the league season next Friday at home against Centennial. The school will celebrate the 30-year anniversary of its state championship by honoring its 1982 team during that game.
REYNOLDS 28, CLACKAMAS 19 The Raiders overcame a 14-point first-half deficit, pulling ahead early in the fourth quarter when Devante Warren scored on a 38-yard touchdown pass from Josh Schleining.
The Raiders clinched the victory when Quentin Bates caught a 10-yard scoring strike later in the fourth. Schleining finished the game with four TDs.
C. CATHOLIC 16, JESUIT 7 The Rams shutout Jesuit after giving up first-quarter touchdown. Central pulled ahead before halftime on a 43-yard field goal by Mitch Seeley, and sealed the victory on a 2-yard run by Cameron Scarlett in the fourth quarter.