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Inchelium Rolls Past Lind, 54-6

Northeast B-8 Inchelium 54, Lind 6

The fourth-ranked Hornets led 35-0 at halftime at Lind in a warmup for next week’s first round of the B-8 playoffs.

Casey Finley and Stensgar each scored a pair of touchdowns for Inchelium, while sophomore Kevin Pennel caught eight passes for the Bulldogs.

Inchelium 6 29 13 6 - 54

Lind 0 0 6 0 - 6

I-C.Finley 49 run (run failed)

I-Stensgar 60 punt return (C.Desautel run)

I-J.D. Finley 5 run (Je.Schumacher kick)

I-Stensgar 42 punt return (Je.Schumacher kick)

I-Ja.Schumacher 35 run (Je.Schumacher kick)

I-Pakootas 46 run (Tonasket kick)

L-Pennel 30 pass from Montejano (run failed)

I-Je.Schumacher 50 run (kick failed)

I-C.Finley 2 run (kick failed)

Cusick 50, Columbia 12

Freshman Tell Hamilton returned the opening kickoff 80 yards for a touchdown to ignite the Panthers and quarterback Brad Scott threw two long TD passes to Ron Russel.

Columbia’s Seth Hoiland rushed for 171 yards and both Lions TDs.

Columbia 0 0 0 12 - 12

Cusick 26 6 8 8 - 50

Cusick-Hamilton 80 kickoff return (Spiegel run)

Cu-Spiegel 35 run (run failed)

Cu-Russel 45 pass from Scott (run failed)

Cu-Russel 53 pass from Scott (run failed)

Cu-Ring 25 run (run failed)

Cu-Birchall 10 run (Hamilton run)

Co-Hoiland 14 run (run failed)

Cu-Finley 11 run (Akai run)

Co-Hoiland 40 run (run failed)

Northeast B-11

Republic 46, Ritzville 14

The visiting Tigers won the NEB’s third playoff spot with a surprisingly wide margin over eighth-ranked Ritzville as quarterback Jason Baldwin completed 10 of 14 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns.

Republic 12 22 6 6 - 46

Ritzville 0 0 7 7 - 14

Re-Hanks 1 run (kick failed)

Re-Moore 7 run (run failed)

Re-Moore 2 run (David Hanks run)

Re-Burt 55 pass from Baldwin (run failed)

Re-Chase 46 run (Chase run)

Re-Rickard 20 pass from Baldwin (run failed)

Ri-Warriner 7 run (DeVore kick)

Re-Chase 15 run (run failed)

Ri-DeVore 9 pass from Galbreath (DeVore kick)

Reardan 19, Liberty 14

The top-ranked Indians recovered six Liberty fumbles, but needed two third-period touchdowns to come from behind against the Lancers.

Nathan Graham and Travis Titchenal each scored on a 1-yard run to bring Reardan back after Liberty had taken a 14-7 lead in the second quarter.

Liberty 0 14 0 0 - 14

Reardan 7 0 12 0 - 19

R-Clouse 8 pass from Graham (Keiger kick)

L-Degon 1 run (Mix pass from Horlacher)

L-Potratz 6 run (run failed)

R-Graham 1 run (pass failed)

R-Titchenal 1 run (pass failed)

Davenport 43, ACH 15

Josh FitzPatrick rushed for 167 yards and three touchdowns for the fourth-ranked Gorillas and Travis Telecky rushed for 110. Aaron Murray returned a kickoff 86 yards for a Warriors TD.

A-C-H 8 0 0 7 - 15

Davenport 20 8 7 8 - 43

D-FitzPatrick 15 run (Deal kick)

D-FitzPatrick 11 run (Deal kick) ACHMurray 86 KO return (Goodwin pass from Pierce)

D-Swain 25 pass from Parsons (kick failed)

D-FitzPatrick 50 run (Telecky run)

D-Johnson 24 pass from Parsons (Deal kick) ACHPierce 1 run (Goodwin kick)

D-Steele 17 run (Gunning pass from Buchanan)

Springdale 30, Selkirk 22

Danny Hargrave rushed for 151 yards as the Chargers won on the road despite 142 yards by Selkirk’s Zach Kinney.

Springdale 16 8 6 0 - 30

Selkirk 6 8 8 0 - 22

Sp - Dan Hargrave 4 run (Gray pass from Blanchard)

Sp - Nortz 2 run (Nortz run)

Sel - Kinney 4 run (pass failed)

Sel - Davis 6 run (Powers run)

Sp - Nortz 2 run (Dan Hargrave run)

Sel - Davis 13 run (Davis pass from Larson)

Sp - Denny Harvgrave 4 run (run failed)

Southeast B-8

Pateros 74, Odessa 40

The Tigers lost at Pateros, as the Billy Goats clinched first place in league.

Odessa 0 20 6 14 - 40

Pateros 8 22 20 24 - 74

P-Moore 79 punt return (James pass from Hunter)

O-McClanahan 4 pass from Carlson (Grall pass from Carlston)

P-Neuneker 5 run (pass failed)

P-Moore 13 run (Neuneker pass from Hunter)

O-Melcher 49 pass from Carlson (run failed)

P-Neuneker 70 pass from Hunter (Moore pass from Hunter)

O-Melcher 31 pass from Carlson (pass failed)

P-Moore 26 pass from Hunter (pass failed)

P-Moore 36 run (Neuneker pass from Hunter)

O-Melcher 15 pass from Carlson (pass failed)

P-Neuneker 23 pass from Hunter (run failed)

P-A.James 2 pass from Hunter (Neuneker run)

O-Meise 72 run (pass failed)

P-Moore 5 run (James pass from Hunter)

O-McClanahan 5 run (Carlson run)

P-Neuneker 9 pass from Hunter (P.James run)

Touchet 43, Colton 16

Top-ranked Touchet won its 13th straight as Mike Adams scored three touchdowns and rushed for 103 yards on three carries. Colton’s Nick Bates ran for 143 and scored twice.

Colton 0 8 0 8 - 16

Touchet 21 14 8 0 - 43

T-Adams 10 run (Hegdal kick)

TTrejo 32 run (kick failed)

T-Adams 18 run (Renwick run)

T-Adams 30 interception return (pass failed)

C-Bates 9 run (Bates run)

T-Renwick 18 run (Miller pass from Adams)

T-Miller 63 pass from Bronkhorst (Sheldon run)

C-Bates 47 run (Bates run)

L-W 54, Prescott 8

Joe Kinch scored five touchdowns, rushing for 132 yards on only six carries, as LaCrosseWashtucna won at home.

Justin Camp rushed for 108 for the Cats, who will meet secondranked Pateros in Wenatchee in two weeks in the state B-8 quarterfinals.

Prescott 0 0 8 0 - 8

LaCrosse-Wash. 20 14 6 14 - 54

L-Kinch 46 run (run failed)

L-Kinch 30 run (pass failed)

L-Kinch 3 run (Cl.Ledbetter pass from Daniel)

L-Kinch 15 pass from Daniel (Cl.Ledbetter pass from Daniel)

L-Kinch 25 run (point failed)

L-Camp 26 run (pass failed)

P-Keen 52 run (Flores pass from Appleby)

L-Stein 3 rush (CalLedbetter run)

L-CalLedbetter 1 run

SJE 70, Rosalia 22

A first-half shootout turned into a second-half blowout at Rosalia, as the Eagles won their way into the state B-8 quarterfinals in two weeks.

Zach Hergert and Joe Gering each scored four times for SJE Hergert rushed for 225 yards, Gering 163 and Brian Maley 206 and two TDs for Rosalia.

St. John-End. 20 22 22 6 - 70

Rosalia 8 14 0 0 - 22

SJEInglett 60 pass from Siler (run failed)

R-Finley 26 run (Finley run) SJEGering 40 run (Gering pass from Siler) SJEGering 5 run (pass failed)

R-Finley 15 pass from Maley (run failed) SJEHergert 59 run (Kleweno pass from Siler) SJEGering 47 run (Kleweno run) SJEHergert 79 run (run failed)

R-Peterson 18 run (Finley run) SJEHergert 2 run (Hergert pass from Siler) SJEGering 16 run (Gering pass from Siler) SJEHergert 3 run (kick failed) SJESmith 72 pass from Stoner (not attempted)

Northeast A

Chewelah 49, Colfax 20

Cougars quarterback Dan Macrae passed for four touchdowns, three to Jeremy Rogers, as the NEA champions rolled over Colfax with five second-period TDs.

Colfax QB Andy Asbjornsen passed for two touchdowns and ran for another.

Chewelah 7 35 7 0 - 49

Colfax 0 7 7 6 - 20

Ch - Belzer 5 pass from Macrae (Murbach kick)

Ch - Katzer 19 run (Murbach kick)

Co - Becker 61 pass from Asbjornsen (Massart kick)

Ch - Katzer 60 run (kick failed)

Ch - Rogers 42 pass from Macrae (Belzer run)

Ch - Rogers 16 pass from Macrae (Murbach kick)

Ch - Rogers 16 pass from Macrae (Murbach kick)

Ch - Skok 2 run (Murbach kick)

Co— Van Dyke 55 pass from Asbjornsen (Massart kick)

Co - Asbjornsen 5 run (pass failed)

Med. Lake 30, Kettle Falls 14

The Cardinals protected a narrow lead with two fourth-quarter touchdowns. Quarterback Jason Delp completed 10 of 14 passes for 180 yards and three touchdowns, two to Mike Johnson, and scored another on a 22-yard run..

Kettle Falls 8 0 6 0 - 14

Medical Lake 7 8 0 15 - 30

ML-Delp 22 run (Johnson kick)

KF-Weathers 1 run (Fealy run)

ML-Johnson 21 pass from Delp (Johnson pass from Delp)

KF-Fealy 2 run (run failed)

ML-Simmons 71 pass from Delp (Moore run)

ML-Johnson 32 pass from Delp (Johnson kick)

Freeman 27, Newport 14

Marc Reed scored twice for the Scotties, sophomore QB Matt Smith passed for three touchdowns and Brandon Miller rushed for 138 yards.

Freeman 0 14 6 7 - 27

Newport 0 0 0 14 - 14

F-Reed 10 run (Bates kick)

F-Reed 25 pass from Smith (Bates kick)

F-VanVoorhis 3 pass from Smith (kick failed)

F-B.Miller 12 pass from Smith (Bates kick)

N-Carrara 8 run (run failed)

N-Larson 52 pass from Carrara (Carrara pass from Larson)

Southeast B-11

Gar-Pal 22, Waitsburg 20

The Vikings, who had already clinched a State B-11 playoff berth, barely escaped Waitsburg as the Cardinals scored the game’s last 20 points. Gar-Pal’s B.J. Hill rushed for 150 yards and scored twice. The Vikings meet Oroville next Saturday.

Garfield-Palouse 6 8 8 0 - 22

Waitsburg 0 0 6 14 - 20

GP - Sheffler 32 pass from Bischoff (kick blocked)

GP - Hill 1 run (Hill pass from Gearhart)

GP - Hill 50 run (Gearhart run)

W - Matthews 55 run (kick failed)

W - Erickson 20 pass from Largent (pass failed)

W - Riggs 1 run (Riggs pass from Largent)

T-O 22, Asotin 14

The fifth-ranked Nighthawks won the league championship and will meet Republic in their first playoff contest. T-O quarterback John Wall passed for three touchdowns, two to Tim Freeburg, who also kicked a 24-yard field goal. Jeremiah Faught passed for two TDs for Asotin.

Asotin 0 6 8 0 - 14

Tekoa-Oakes. 7 0 6 9 - 22

TO - Freeburg 2 pass from Wall (Freeburg kick)

A - Fifbeck 15 pass from Faught (kick blocked)

TO - Perrins 37 pass from Wall (pass failed)

A - Farmer 15 pass from Faught (Martin pass from Faught)

To - Freeburg 7 pass from Wall (run failed)

TO - FG Freeburg 24

Pomeroy 48, DeSales 26

The Pirates trailed 20-12 at halftime, but scored 36 secondhalf points to defeat the Irish. Adam McCabe scored three touchdowns and passed for two more.

Pomeroy 6 6 22 14 - 48

DeSales 6 14 0 6 - 26

D-Fortin 3 run (kick failed)

P-Gwinn 2 run (kick failed)

D-Stanley 41 pass from Wolfram (kick failed)

D-Fortin 3 run (Wolfram run)

P-E.McCabe 60 run (pass failed)

P-A.McCabe 69 run (run failed)

P-A. McCabe 19 pass from A.McCabe (Cox pass from A.McCabe)

P-A.McCabe 48 run (Claassen pass from A.McCabe)

P-Gwinn 75 pass from A.McCabe (E.McCabe kick)

P-Claassen 4 pass from A.McCabe (E.McCabe kick)

D-Heinzman 20 pass from Wolfram (pass failed)

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