- The Times - Sports
Reports for games played Oct. 8
Tualatin Cardinal 39, Century 6
The sunny weather wasn't the only thing causing Coach Anthony Renaldo and his coaching staff to smile on Saturday. Renaldo's Tualatin third/fourth-grade Cardinal team played some of its best football Saturday against Century posting a 39-6 victory. All scoring occurred in the first half.
Tualatin's offensive line was stellar. Consistent and sustained blocks allowed the Tualatin ball carriers to have season high rushing games. QB Sam Noland scored 2 first half touchdowns that were set up by gritty carries from Brett Beyer and Nate Lummus. Noland and Beyer rattled off several 25-plus yard runs for key first downs. Brett Beyer caught a screen pass from Noland and scored a 15 yard TD thanks to his speed and some shifty running. Beyer again brought fans to their feet with a 50 yard run that was truly a Sportscenter worthy effort.
Tualatin's defense was fantastic. They were up 32-0 in the first half before Century found the end zone late in the first half. Not only did the Wolves limit Century to 6 total points, but they showed their greatest team tackling effort of the season. Nolan Fragiao, Trevor Hebert, Ean Hildreth, Nate Lummus, Alex Buelna, and Joaquin Arizmendi-Frias turned in stellar tackling performances that were audible as well as impressive looking. Sam Noland had an interception to help stop Century's pass attack.
The Wolves special teams provided some of the most exciting action of the day. Tyler Dickson picked up an onsides kick and returned in 50 yards for a touchdown for the Wolves final score. However Nicholas Moreland provided some of the most exciting and consistent thrills throughout the game by kicking 4 of 4 2-point PATs. Moreland is sure to be winning games with his big right foot in the future.
Tigard White 22, Sherwood Grey 18
The Tigard third/fourth-grade White (4-1) team earned another road win 22-18 against a talented and well coached Sherwood Grey team.
From the opening kickoff there was no doubt that this would be a hard-hitting game until the final horn. The Bowmen took the ball first and proceeded to matriculate down the field for an early 6-0 lead. Unfazed; the Tigers were able to account for Sherwood's man in the middle and gain some offensive balance and ultimately getting Max Lenzy (#19) loose on the outside for a score and after a two point kick by Johnny Nomani (#77) the Tigers took a 8-6 lead they would not relinquish.
The Tigers second scoring drive was headlined by tough running between the tackles by Jake Alton (#32), smart decision making by quarterback Ben Barbee (#2) and a great third down catch by Lincoln Woodhouse (#82). Tigard took a 16-6 lead into halftime.
Tigard took the second half kickoff and again drove down the field and scored a touchdown on a spectacular quarterback keeper by Tony Fair (#10). Making the score a seemingly insurmountable 22-6 early in the third quarter.
There was no quit in the Bowmen, they continued to stay the course and by the middle of the fourth quarter the game was a 1 score affair at 22-18.
The Tiger defense was up for the challenge again forcing the Bowmen to turn the ball over three times including on their last TWO possessions when the game was in doubt. Great performances were turned in by Woodhouse, Zachary McKnight (#62), Kolby Shimojima (#41) and Aidan Ryan (#21).
The Tigers were buoyed by exceptional special teams execution headlined by a long kickoff return by Kevin Pixley (#38) that set up their second touchdown and a key onside kick recovery in the fourth quarter by Spencer Nelson (#60).
For the second week in a row; the game was not decided until the last series of the game when Sherwood's running back was engulfed by the entire Tiger defense and tackled short of the first down. The Tigard offense took the field and ran out the clock for the victory.
The Tigard coaching staff could not be prouder of this group of young men; each one takes it upon himself to 'do his own job' and in the end they receive what they have earned. Well done, Gentleman!
The road weary Tigers will hit the road one last time this week when they head to Canby to take on the Cougars Saturday at Canby High School.
Lake Oswego 36, Tualatin Grey 7
Tualatin Timberwolves fifth/sixth-grade Grey squad hosted the undefeated Lake Oswego Lakers under partly cloudy skies Saturday afternoon. The Wolves were outsized and lost 36-7, but the score does not show the grit and determination this team of young athletes displayed.
Early in the game Kameron Harvey put together a good reception, nice run from scrimmage, and an excellent punt. Jackson Rose showed his versatility with an excellent kickoff return and pass reception. Jackson also works in some snaps with Branden Beyer as Quarterback. Branden showed tremendous poise under pressure and also provided the extra point conversion. The conversion came after the only Grey touchdown of the game from an up and coming standout Ishmail Green. The touchdown was set up by a scorching 20 yard run by Derek Leneve.
The Lake Oswego team had five stripers on the line. Special recognition goes out to our workhorses that did their best to handle them. Ryan Mitton, Logan Mante, Tyler Madden, Isaia Porter, Levi Forslund, and Dave Norlin; most of which, played both ways putting in a hard day's work. Some spectacular open-field tackles by Nick Buchholz and Armaad Hubbard rounded out the defensive effort. Connor Lennehan has been playing through the pain of a fractured hand since the season's second game and provides inspiration and work ethic that is commendable.
Coach Green continues to keep to his word by keeping sportsmanship and team as the focus of the boy's growth as athletes and young men. The boys are becoming a cohesive unit and are getting better each week even though the scoreboard may not reflect the character of these coaches and their team.
Sherwood Red def. Aloha
What a great learning experience it has been the last couple of weeks. The third/fourth-grade Red Knights had back to back weeks of playing in to overtime. In week 4, the Red Knights played a tough Tualatin team to a tie.
We then had a tough week of practice in trying to deal with the weather. In week 5 the Red Knights traveled to Aloha and played their hearts out and was able to pull out the win in another game that went into overtime.
The players have done an awesome job of never giving up despite the mistakes and other things that haven't gone their way. Great job Red Knights, great job.
Sherwood White def. Canby
Congratulate your third/fourth-grade White Knights on another victory!
Sherwood traveled to Canby to face a tough Canby team that never quit. Sherwood struck early and often as Holden Gilbert returned the opening kickoff for a TD. After the Knights stingy D held the Canby offense, Alex Block struck quick with a long TD run. With a strong D and a smooth running offence that allowed back-to-back TD runs by Hunter and Holden Gilbert the Knights tightened their grip on the game. As time was expiring in the first half the Knights closed out their high scoring first half with a interception return for a TD by Gavin Evans.
The second half saw much of the same as these Knights were relentless in the pursuit of victory. After allowing a short punt return for a score the Knights responded with two more TD runs by Hunter Gilbert. The Knights continue their season with their first home game of the year welcoming Tigard Silver to Sherwood.
Tigard White 22, Sherwood Grey 18
The third/fourth-grade Grey Knights showed outstanding effort and relentless courage in an exciting loss against Tigard White. Sherwood started out hot with Shelton taking a 50-yard run for the first TD 2 minutes into the first quarter.
Tigard struggled against Sherwood's defensive consisting of Harvey, Fahland, Zettlemoyer, Silici and Stormont, but ultimately broke free to score a TD of their own late in the first quarter. The second quarter revealed fantastic QB play by Schafer, supporting Nappe in a 65 yard carry, Sherwood endeavored to move the ball but came up short., Krieger, Shayegi, Wolf, Matthew Yohe, Granquist and Stuckey assisted in the Grey Knights down the field and allowed Nappe to dive into the end zone for Sherwood's second TD of the game.
Sherwood came back to life believing they could come away with the W. Tigard scored their final TD in the third quarter and the Grey Knights rallied together for one of the most exciting endings. Nappe carried a 25 yard run, but it was Cady's 60 yard TD run that got the Sherwood fans on their feet. Sherwood's defensive pushed Tigard deep into Sherwood territory and phenomenal play by Severson forced an interception by Shelton. Sherwood was stopped short but a few plays later Fahland came up with the fumble recovery. As the seconds ticked down, stopping just short of the end zone. Tigard's defense strained to hold back the Sherwood O-line consisting of Matzinger, Severson, Smith, Carr, Heimark and Polanco. Great blocking by McLachlan, Potter.
Sherwood Black vs. Oregon City
The Sherwood third/fourth-grade Black team came out with a quick score against Oregon City by Nick Hekker behind the phenomenal blocking of Brayden Zoloske, Ian Glenn, Ethan Irby, Kaden Flesher, Justin Engel, and Grant Churilla.
The offense had many yards on the day with carries by Solomon Bandy, Nathan Meili, and Seth Schoenert to block for the running backs and open up holes on the outer edge of the field. As the end of the game neared, Cole Agnew was able to intercept a great pass from Oregon City and take off for a long run that landed just shy of the goal line. Great job Sherwood Black: you are getting better every week! , Hunter Christensen, Matthew Roelle, Jimenez Abarca, and Jacob Gebhart holding their assignments at bay.
On the offensive side of the ball there were great contributions by Jackson Higgins, Christopher Man, Spencer Cherry, Engel, Wyatt Sands, Aidan Cook, Resch, Hannan, Hekker and Bandy lead the team in tackles with Chase Soukup, Bandy, Resch and Hekker all had quarterback sacks to stop Oregon City. The defense also had a great day tackling with many players racking up key tackles. Irby, Glenn, Zoloske, Derry, Nelson, Philip Resch, Cole Agnew, Abram Nelson, Jase Derry, Jackson Hannan and Hekker. Resch would score another TD for Sherwood with Bandy adding another 2 TDs. Hannan and Agnew ran in for extra points respectively as well. The defense was very tough against the Oregon City Team.
Sherwood Red 35, St. Helens 6
The Sherwood Red fifth/sixth-grade team won in convincing fashion Saturday over a competitive St. Helens Black team, 35-6.
It was a dominant performance from start to finish on both sides of the ball in Sherwood's most complete performance of the season to date. 5 different players scored touchdowns on the day in a balanced attack, highlighted by an 83-yard touchdown run by Haden Munson. Carsen Christensen scored on a long touchdown scamper and so did Ryan Scroggin and Cade Chidester.
Sage Dunaway also caught a TD on a perfect pass from Wyatt Zettlemoyer. Sherwood Red's Defense smothered St. Helens' offense all afternoon. It was a total team effort with five or six Knight's in on many tackles. Jack Murphy had a huge day with 8 solo tackles and 5 assists. Riley Sanders dominated at NG and Nick Garrison and Alex Calhoun helped out to make sure that St. Helens could get nothing going up the middle.
As was the case with most of Sherwood Red's runs on Saturday, great blocking helped lead the way. The offensive line was outstanding all day led by Riley Sanders, Nick Garrison, Trevor Cary and Cade Chidester also contributed with big stops in the Secondary. All in all a great win for a great group of young men. , Alex Foley, Colin Anderson, Travis Harvey, Reece Barnard, Isaac Woidyla, Nathan Ross, Sam Ettlestein, Mitchell Leach, Alex Calhoun, Charlie Bulfinch, Carter Stephens, Trevor Cary, Michael Antrim and Michael Klapp.
Beaverton 28, Sherwood varsity Black 13
From the very first play, the undefeated Sherwood Varsity Black knew they were in for a battle with the visiting Beaverton Black. At half time, the score was 8-6 and for the first time this season, Sherwood was trailing an opponent. The second half was just as intense, but the bigger Beaverton team came to play and left with a win over Sherwood, 28-13. Now both teams are 4-1 and seem destined to see one another in the playoffs come November.
Sherwood's offensive line had their hands full with a Beaverton's very large and fast stripers, Bryce Aiello and Adam Vasquez (5). Nolan Todd also contributed with an interception. While the score doesn't reflect it, these teams were statistically matched. Sherwood's offense racked up a total of 264 yards, 162 rushing and 102 passing, with 17 first downs. Beaverton's offense had 267 total yards, 130 rushing and 137 passing with 16 first downs. Contributing to Sherwood's rushing total were: Gage Fuller (119 yards), Austin Shadbolt (32 yards) and Sandis Chhay (23 yards). The Knight's defense's leading tacklers were: Chhay (5), Fuller (4), several whom tipped the scales well over 200 pounds. But one player, Lukas Adams, not only sacrificed his body, blocking play after play, he was also the Knight's leading pass receiver with three catches for 65 yards. As a result, Adams was awarded the Black Knight for his contributions at tight end.
Next week, the Sherwood Varsity will travel to Beaverton to play Southridge Red at 7:30 p.m.
Tualatin Cardinal def. Sherwood Black
The fifth/sixth-grade Sherwood Black Knights gave a PHENOMENAL PERFORMANCE Saturday against Tualatin Cardinal.
Within the first few plays Jacob Reuter scored our first touchdown. Consistent movement up the field by, Ethan Elmore, Jordan Gregory, Payton Churilla, Josh Milligan, Jacob Cole, Ethan Elmore and Jordan Gregory, including one PAT by Jacob Reuter.
Even though the final score was in Tualatin's favor, we could not be prouder of our Sherwood 5/6 Black knights for giving one of the best performances of the season!, Zachary Everhart, Christopher Gonzalez, Bryce Parrott, Spencer Shadbolt, and Jacob Whisler didn't hesitate to step in and give 100 percent on their assignments. Four TD's were scored in the fourth quarter by Payton Churilla, Spencer Junkin, Andrew Jaroslow, McKinley Gillum, Jadon Whitely, Carter Atkins, Cameron Cedillo, Daniel Whisler, Marcus McCoy and Isaac Day resulted in a third quarter TD by Spencer Junkin.
Jordan Gregory had a beautiful pass to Billy Hale for the PAT. O-Line and D-line stayed strong and even though down at the half our Knights came out more determined than ever and it was easy to see that Sherwood won the second half. Monster tackles by Jayden Cuthbertson, Daniel Miller, James Kuntz, Austin Cornett, Kyle Light, Kaleb Bailey and Jackson Barton along with some outstanding on side kick recoveries by Marcus McCoy, Austin Cornett and Kyle Gravley led to a very exciting second half. Everywhere you looked Sherwood Knights where showing undeniable determination.
Tualatin Black 48, West Linn White 19
A poised and confident fifth/sixth-grade Tualatin Wolves Black team traveled east last Saturday and encountered just what was expected, a stubborn and talented West Linn Lions (White) team resolved to defend its turf and strong football reputation against the undefeated Timberwolves. In return, the Lions got exactly what they expected, undeniable determination of the Timberwolves too ferocious to hold back. The result was an overwhelming win for the Wolves, 48-19.
As the Wolves captains strode out to size up opponents for the day the intimidating size of captain Nathan Nelson and striking athleticism of co-captains MacQuire Asay, Eric Watt, and Jordan Kovac seemed to tilt the field toward the Tualatin side. Sensing the advantage the rest of the Wolves, specifically RB Drake Harris, stormed the field to start the game with two fine runs in their opening series. Harris' first run was a strong blast for 6-yard. The second was a 48-yard rumble that gashed the Lions with a TD. Two plays. 1:02 minutes off the clock. Tualatin 7-0.
The Tualatin defense then got to work. The battle up front was intense but Tualatin strongmen, Spencer Smith and Garrett Boesflug, would not be denied and struck down the Lions' first offensive efforts with loss of yardage. Captain Nelson also contributed in the initial series by stuffing the West Linn runner for no gain. Still, West Linn's defense was determined to show their own grit on the Timberwolves next offensive series and stopped the Wolves for an unaccustomed 4-and-out. The Lions' defensive effort sparked their offense when they took the field for their next series, battling for an impressive drive and game tying touchdown. The score was now 7-7, with 3:36 left in the first quarter.
West Linn continued to stand strong against the mighty Wolves for the remainder of the first quarter before succumbing to a 49-yard TD scamper by offensive leader Lucas Noland on a QB keeper. Noland's long run put the Timberwolves ahead for good and signaled to the Lions that as gallantly as they might endeavor they would not stand-up to the will of the Wolves. With 45.6 seconds left in the first quarter the score was 14-7, Wolves.
In the second quarter the Wolves' defense trenched in and stubbornly held West Linn to only one first down in their next two offensive series. Led by linemen and linebackers Nathan Erickson, Matthew Palmer, Jason Wisler, and James Ceciliani, Tualatin methodically tightened its grip on the Lions. Interceptions by Spencer Smith and MacGuire Asay turned the knot even tighter and left the Lions with little to show for their gutty effort. Try as they might, stopping the Timberwolves offense here and there for short gains, the Lions good play could not deter the Wolves' relentless clawing for yardage and control of the game. Ultimately West Linn would give up long TDs to Tualatin before the half, a 33-yard easy cutback run for Spencer Smith and a 36-yard roll for Lucas Noland. At the half Tualatin owned the score 28-7.
Starting the third quarter West Linn came out with intent to make a dent in the Tualatin defense, earning a couple of first downs after the second-half kickoff. But once again the Timberwolves held. Nathan Erickson sack of the Lions' QB gave the ball back to the Wolves in one series. Good stops by Sean Dupis and Beau Thompson squashed another. Tualatin's offense continued its push for scores as well, with jarring runs by Smith and Noland before Jason Wisler capped the drive for the first score of the quarter, 34-7 score. The Lions and Wolves each traded scores in the remainder of the period. A swirling run by Michael Saucedo and then a catch by Lucas Diggins for a critical first down put the Timberwolves in good position for another TD which would put them up 40-13 at the 1:54 mark, the TD scored by Spencer Smith on a pass from the Tualatin QB.
In the fourth quarter the Wolves seemed to lose a little of the energy and focus they held for most of the game, relaxing with the game certainly out of reach. The Lions took advantage of the lapse and scratched Tualatin with a long TD score. Although at this point there was little doubt that the Wolves would be victorious or had any need for worry, quarterback Lucas Noland felt it was important to finish of the game as strongly as the Wolves started, returning the favor of the Lions' harmless score with another 49-yard TD.
On this bright and spectacular autumn day the Timberwolves outshined the West Linn Lions 48-19, leaving the Wolves still undefeated as they head into their bye week.
Tualatin Black 54, St. Helens Gold 25
The Tualatin Wolves third/fourth-grade Black team was back at home in week 5 to defend its turf against the Lions of St. Helens. The Lions opened up the game with the football and showed the Wolves a new look as they ran a wedge style offense. Tualatin spent most of the first drive trying to figure out the Lions no huddle shotgun offense and 6 minutes later, found themselves down 6-0. The Wolves started their first possession at midfield and began to move the ball with authority. Blake Jackson handed the ball to Davis Friesen who was isolated with the Lion DB when Casey Raz came out of nowhere to lay out the would be tackler and free up his running back for a 20 yard dash and a new set of downs! The next 5 plays were all runs of at least 5 yards or more up the middle with the last going to Aidan Lippy who punched it in for the score and the game was tied 6-6.
St. Helens began where they left off by keeping the Wolves defense off balance with their unique offensive sets and scored quickly making it a 12-6 deficit. Tualatin once again took the field on offense looking to even up the score. On the second play from scrimmage Sam Smith's name was called and he did not disappoint! Smith took the handoff and sprinted through a massive hole created by Adam Case and was never touched until he was mobbed by his teammates 55 yards later in the end zone! The Wolves tacked on the extra point and held the lead 13-12. With 8:35 remaining in the first half, the Wolves Defense went back out in hopes of figuring out this new offensive scheme that had them guessing early on. The Wolves quickly began to get low on defense and win the battle at the line of scrimmage. With Coach Jackson sprinkling in an occasional blitz, the Lions found themselves with a fourth and 5 only to sneak in a 6 yard run and continue their drive. The Lions continued to slip in first downs and managed to find the end zone again but it was clear that the Wolves had found a weakness in the St. Helens offensive attack.
Kaelen Santana started off the next offensive possession with a nifty 21 yard kickoff return to give the Wolves great field position at the Lion 45 yard line. The offense started the drive with 3 straight runs up the middle which set up a fourth and 1. Blake Jackson took the snap and followed his center Austin Donahue up the middle for 4 yards and a key first down. With time winding down in the first half the Wolves offense had one more chance to make something happen before halftime and Davis Friesen did exactly that with a beautiful TD run to take the lead once again! With only 7 seconds left in the first half the Lions didn't have a chance to move the ball and the half ended in with Tualatin leading in a 20-19 shootout!
The Wolves entered the second half with the ball and clinging to a slim 1 point lead. Clearly not the least bit concerned about the tight score, they marched the ball down the field with ease. Sam Smith led the charge and bowled over defenders carrying the ball 3 times for 46 yards with key blocks from Sean Irvin and Aidan Lippy. The convincing 6 minute drive was capped off by Friesen's second score of the game and the Wolves opened up the lead 26-19. With the Lions back on offense the Wolves looked to seize control of the game with a stop on defense. Just when the Lions started moving the ball and it looked like they were headed for a score, something clicked and the Wolves defense began to dominate! Jake Reser made a fantastic tackle to set up third and 8. The Lions tried to run outside but Cole Van Valin stayed home at Defensive end and made a great play to force a fourth and long. The drive was shut down when Coach Jackson sent the linebackers on an all out blitz and ended the Lions offensive attack in the backfield!
With 1:01 left in the third quarter the Wolves got to work on offense. Davis Friesen began the drive running to the left for 10 yards behind another fantastic block by Casey Raz. Then Freisen took the handoff to the right edge and with amazing vision, saw a lane and cut back to the opposite field, turned on the afterburners and jetted down the field for a 65 yard TD run and his third TD of the ballgame! The Wolves D took the field with a 34-19 lead and quickly shut down the Lions led by 3 tackles from Blake Jackson. Now looking to chew up the clock, the offense handed the ball to Cade Tillema who quickly cut to the outside edge and down the sidelines for what would end up to be his first of 3 fourth quarter TD runs!
The second half was all Wolves as they put up 34 points and held their opponents to 6 points as the Final score would read 54-25. The Wolves would end up rushing the ball for a season high 494 yards and had 8 offensive possessions all resulting in touchdowns! Davis Friesen and Cade Tillema each had 3 scores, Sam Smith had 1 and Aidan Lippy also found the end zone for his first score of the season. The defense would produce their first interception of the year by Austin Donahue and have their best second half of the season. The special teams even got in on the action with two amazing kicks for 2 point conversions!
Once again these boys played very well and dominated the second half of this football game. They pushed their record to 3-1-1 and are starting to become a team to be reckoned with! The Wolves head back out on the road and look to continue their winning ways against Hillsboro. Keep up the great work Wolves!
Oregon City 51, Tualatin varsity 22
The Wolves Varsity traveled to Oregon City on a sunny warm Saturday and held nothing back by bringing Special teams,Offense and hard hitting defense to bear on the hosts in the first half.
Oregon city got the opening kickoff and Ben Rahier and Ty Callahan stopped the runner at mid field,but the first play from scrimmage a speedy Pioneer back got around the corner and out ran the defense to the end zone and then ran the ball in for the extra point.
Declan Asay took the kick and returned to the 29, where JJ Cichoke started the offense with a 9 yard completion to Griffin Fragiao, then fed the ball to Chase Anderson for a big first down. Then Ryan Hecker got the call and took an 8 yard gain up the middle, then an incomplete pass and a tackle for a loss forced a punt. But a fired up Wolves defense of Ryan Hecker, Tucker Trost, Westin Groth and linebackers Declan Asay and Vince Hendricks forced a punt from Oregon City.
Chase Anderson took the punt to the OC 45 where Dante Reid took the snap from Oliver Price and found Jordan McGowan for a completion and nice run to the end zone for the TD, with a Chase Anderson extra point kick. Jackson Hale made a nice stop on the ball carrier on the kick return, but the wolves were burned by the speed of the Pioneers backfield again for another score followed by the extra point kick.
However, the Wolves were quick to respond, when after Asay's kick return to the 35, Dante Reid found Chase Anderson with a nice pass and Anderson showed some speed of his own on a touchdown run and then converted the extra point kick. The Oregon city return was stopped by Marcus LaBar and Grant Nielsen, and the Wolves D linemen, Danny Williams, Blake McDill and Jackson Hale were holding the OC runners back until a missed tackle allowed another gallop to the end zone followed by an extra point kick. The score was 23-16 Oregon City.
The kick return was taken to the Wolves 39 by Jordan McGowan where Dante Reid and company took over and behind the blocking of the Offensive linemen Oliver Price and Grant Nielsen completed a big pass play to Declan Asay to the 36, where Vince Hendricks took a couple hand offs to get first and 10 on the OC 25 when the first quarter ended.
The second quarter started with the momentum going with the Wolves as Reid hit McGowan for a first and 10 completion,then a run by Anderson to the 3 yard line when Ryan Hecker got his number called and punched in his first touchdown. The extra point attempt failed leaving the score 23-22 OC until the Pioneers scored once more in the first half.
The Oregon city team would score 20 more points in the second half from break away runs but the battle was fought hard, on both sides of the ball. The Wolves Defensive line, Marquis Saucedo, Blake McDill, Zach Reynholds, Tucker Trost, Ivan Enriquez and Westin Groth did an great job in the middle while the defensive backfield, JJ Cichoke Chris Fishback and Austin Sweeney kept the receivers in check.
The Wolves made mistakes in execution and let the momentum get away but the offensive line left openings for the backfield to get good gains, they just ran out of time to score again, leaving the final score 51-22 in favor of OC.