The game between Tualatin Grey and Clackamas could not have been played under better weather.  The sun was shining high and the air was ripe for football.

Today was a day for the Tualatin fifth/sixth-grade Grey Wolves team as they shut down Clackamas and pulled out a convincing win, 44-18.

In the first quarter and from the Tualatin 35-yard line, Tualatin’s John Miller caught a pass from Cade Dickson and he ran 65 yards with some powerful running for a Wolves TD.  This pass was set up by a nifty reverse by Brett Byer.

The second quarter was owned by Derek Leneve who had two scores on touchdown runs of 35 and 61 yards (PAT good by Dickson), respectively. The third quarter score was set up by a 14-yard strike from Dickson to Miller down to the Clackamas 13 where Leneve was able to scamper on a sweep down the sideline and score because of a Byer block.

The fourth quarter saw Leneve once again on a 55-yard touchdown reception from Dickson to Leneve and Dickson successfully booted through the PAT.  Tyler Dickson, brother of Cade Dickson, caught a nice screen pass, but the Wolves couldn’t capitalize.

With 1:02 seconds remaining, Lucas Diggins intercepted a Clackamas pass and the Wolves ended up barreling up the middle from a tough run by Hale Jalen (Dickson PAT good).  Defensively, the Wolves attack was spearheaded by number 52 Nathan Nelson.  This kid runs like a deer and chased down the Clackamas offense all day long.  It was a hard fought game by both teams.  Join the Grey next week where they take on a touch Sherwood team at Sherwood High School at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

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