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Riverside Enjoys Its New Frontier

Riverside made its first Frontier League football game a memorable one Friday as Jared Hansen rushed for 95 yards and Joel Schurtz passed for 91 in a 24-6 win over Pullman at Chattaroy.

Schurtz completed 6 of 13 passes and is 21 of 34 for the season. The Rams (1-0, 3-0), 1993 State A champions, have outscored rivals 86-16.

Brent Johnson rushed for 125 yards on 19 carries for the Greyhounds (0-1, 0-3).

Riverside 24, Pullman 6

Pullman 0 0 6 0 - 6 Riverside 0 7 3 14 - 24

R-Schurtz 1 run (Baker kick)

P-Baxter 3 pass Hurlbert (pass failed)

R-FG Baker 30

R-Beckham 30 pass Schurtz (Baker kick)

R-Beckham 26 interception return

Cheney 35, Colville 14

Tom Jud, Richard DeMulling and Chris Conrath had fumble recoveries as the host and fourthranked Blackhawks (1-0, 3-0) stopped the Indians (0-1, 1-2).

John Patterson of the Blackhawks rushed for 59 yards on 11 carries. Colville’s Cailen McCurdy had 20 carries for 85 yards.

Colville 0 0 0 14 -14 Cheney 15 13 7 0 - 35

Ch-Randall 8 run (Collins kick)

Ch-Patterson 28 run (Odood run)

Ch-Patterson 5 run (Collins kick)

Ch-Patterson 1 run (kick failed)

Ch-Fiddes 9 pass from Urdahl (Collins kick)

Co-Nobel 5 run (kick failed)

Co-McCurdy 4 run (McCurdy run)

East Valley 37, Clarkston 17

The Knights (1-0, 3-0) extended their win streak to six by beating the host Bantams (0-1, 0-3). No details were reported.

Non-league AA

West Valley 24, Sandpoint 10

Justin Tichy rushed for 170 yards as the visiting Eagles (1-2) used a 17-point second quarter to defeat the Bulldogs (3-1).

Ty Gregorak of WV scored on two short runs and hit 8 of 13 passes for 116 yards. Jeremy Thielbahr of the Bulldogs rushed for 147 yards on 24 carries.

West Valley 0 17 7 0 - 24 Sandpoint 7 3 0 0 - 10

S-Thielbahr 70 run (Lindgren kick)

WV-Gregorak 1 run (Whitney kick)

WV-Gregorak 3 run (Whitney kick)

WV-FG Whitney 24

S-FG Lindgren 37

WV-Andrews 55 pass from Gregorak (Whitney kick)

Northeast B-11

S-H 24, Liberty 18 (2OT)

Brett Bly rushed for two TDs and passed to Damien Putney for the winner during the second Kansas tie-breaker as the visiting Sprague-Harrington Falcons (2-1, 2-1) shocked the Lancers (1-2, 1-2).

Putney recovered a blocked punt in the end zone to force overtime. Liberty’s Aaron Carroll came up just shy on a 2-point conversion in the first OT.

Carroll rushed for 127 and Travis Wagner of S-H 98.

S-H 0 0 0 12 6 6 - 24 Liberty 0 6 6 0 6 0 - 18

L-Mackay 2 run (pass failed)

L-Cornwall 6 pass Horlacher (pass failed)

SH-Bly 40 run (kick failed)

SH-Putney recovered blocked punt in end zone (run failed)

SH-Bly 21 run (kick failed)

L-Mackay 1 run (run failed)

SH-Putney 32 pass Bly (kick failed)

Springdale 14, Republic 13

Danny Hargrave’s conversion run in the first quarter was the difference as the Chargers (2-1, 2-1) beat the visiting and seventh-ranked Tigers (2-1, 2-1).

Danny and Denny Hargrave combined for 180 yards rushing for Springdale, which grabbed five interceptions. Republic had outscored its rivals 90-6.

Republic 7 6 0 0 - 13 Springdale 8 0 6 0 - 14

R-Rickard 20 pass from Baldwin (Rickard kick)

S-De.Hargrave 85 kickoff return (Da.Hargrave run)

R-Rickard 27 pass from Baldwin (run failed)

S-Blanchard 13 pass from Nortz (run failed)

Ritzville 35, Curlew 3

Randy Moore and Ryan Kennedy had two interceptions apiece and Jason Warriner rushed for 117 yards as the top-ranked Broncos (3-0, 3-0) beatthe host Cougars (0-3, 0-3).

Ritzville had 18 first downs and 285 total yards. Curlew’s Joe Brucklier rushed for 63 yards.

Ritzville 20 6 0 9 - 35 Curlew 0 3 0 0 - 3

R-Boness 2 run (DeVore kick)

R-Warriner 40 run (DeVore kick)

R-Warriner 9 run (kick failed)

R-DeVore 13 pass from Link (kick failed)

R-Boness 1 run (DeVore kick)

R-Safety, tackled in end zone

C-FG Karl 23

Reardan 32, ACH 7

Robb Soliday caught a pair of TD passes and returned an interception for a score as the thirdranked Indians (2-0, 3-0) beat the visiting Almira/Coulee-Hartline Warriors (0-3, 0-3).

Travis Titchenal rushed for 69 yards and Nate Graham completed 8 of 16 for 83 yards for Reardan. Cameron Carstensen of ACH rushed for 66 yards.

A/C-H 0 7 0 0 - 7 Reardan 13 6 6 7 - 32

R-Soliday 25 pass Graham (kick failed)

R-Soliday 12 pass Graham (Ray kick) ACHSt. John 1 run (Pierce kick)

R-Kiger 44 interception (run failed)

R-Titchenal 5 run (kick failed)

R-Soliday 50 interception return (Kiger kick)

W-C 19, Selkirk 13

At Wilbur, Adam Denney rushed for 111 yards and Andy Hanson had 69 receiving yards and two TDs as Wilbur-Creston (1-2, 1-2) topped the visiting Rangers (0-2, 0-3) and ended a nine-game losing streak.

J.L. Chantry’s 70-yard fumble return helped Selkirk to a 13-0 lead, but the Rangers couldn’t halt a 14-game losing skid.

Selkirk 13 0 0 0 - 13 Wilbur-Creston 0 19 0 0 - 19

S-Chantry 70 fumble return (kick blocked)

S-Kinney 4 run (Davis kick)

WC-Hanson 56 pass from Hays (kick failed)

WC-Denney 7 run (pass failed)

WC-Hanson 13 pass from Hays (Denney kick)

Non-league B-11

Davenport 49, T-O 14

Josh FitzPatrick rushed for 154 yards and Marty Parson completed 7 of 9 passes for 110 yards and three TDs as the host and second-ranked Gorillas (3-0) toppled the ninth-ranked Tekoa-Oakesdale Nighthawks (2-1).

Davenport has outscored rivals 130-20. Tim Freeburg accounted for eight of T-O’s points.

Tekoa-Oakes. 0 14 0 0 - 14 Davenport 21 7 6 15 - 49

D-FitzPatrick 1 run (Deal kick)

D-Cannon 34 interception return (Deal kick)

D-Swain 14 pass from Parsons (Deal kick)

TO-Smith 3 run (Freeburg kick)

D-Hammond 13 pass from Parsons (Deal kick)

TO-Freeburg 11 pass from Wall (Freeburg kick)

D-Telecky 15 run (kick fail)

D-Swain 21 pass from Parsons (Deal kick)

D-Greenwood 47 run (Buchanan run)

Northeast B-8

Inchelium 30, Cusick 0

Casey Finley rushed for 143 yards and the third-ranked Hornets (1-0, 3-0) forced seven turn-overs in beating the visiting Panthers (0-1, 1-2). Inchelium has outscored opponents 114-6.

Cusick 0 0 0 0 - 0 Inchelium 0 14 8 8 - 30

I-M.Finley 17 run (pass failed)

I-C.Finley 3 run (Christianson run)

I-C.Finley 12 run (Swan pass from J.D. Finley)

I-Safety, Scott tackled in end zone

I-Phillips, 19 return of blocked punt (run failed)

Columbia 34, Lind 14

At Hunters, Seth Hoiland rushed for 175 of his team’s 330 yards as the Lions (1-0, 1-2) handed the visiting Bulldogs (0-1, 0-3) their 18th consecutive loss.

Columbia compiled six first downs during its opening TD drive. Lind, with the state’s second-longest losing streak, pulled within six points in the third quarter and recovered a fumble, but stalled at the Lions 8.

Lind 0 0 8 6 - 14 Columbia 6 8 8 12 - 34

C-Wilson 2 run (pass failed)

C-Hoiland 51 run (Neidhart run)

L-Pennel 25 pass from O.Montejano (R.Montejano run)

C-Hoiland 27 run (Neidhart run)

C-Hoiland 35 run (pass failed)

C-Hosstetler 24 run (pass failed)

L-R.Montejano 29 run (run failed)

Pateros 68, Wellpinit 36

John Neuneker ran for one score, caught a pass for another and returned an interception for a third as the top-ranked Billygoats (1-0, 3-0) ruined the host Redskins’ return to league play after at least a decade.

Tony Hombel threw two TD passes for Wellpinit (0-1, 0-2).

Pateros 36 6 12 12 - 68 Wellpinit 0 8 22 6 - 36

P-Moore 25 run (Moore run)

P-Neuneker 19 interception return (run fail)

P-Barth 32 run (Michael run)

P-Neuneker 55 pass from Hunter (run fail)

P-Moore 23 fumble return (Run fail)

P-Werth 6 run (run fail)

W-Tonasket 58 pass from Hombel (LeBret run)

W-Tonasket 81 pass form LeBret (run fail)

P-Scroggie 45 pass from Hunter (pass fail)

W-Tonasket 27 pass from Hombel (Abrahamson run)

P-Sandy 86 kickoff return (Neuneker kick)

W-Abrahamson 2 run (run fail)

P-Neuneker 58 run (Neuneker kick)

Non-league B-8

Odessa 50, SJE 44

Jayson Melcher caught the winning TD and stopped a fourth-and-3 attempt on the Odessa 20 with 2 minutes left to preserve the visiting Tigers’ win over St. John-Endicott (1-2).

Randy Carlson of Odessa (2-1) completed 13 of 18 passes for 294 yards. The Tigers’ Lance Meise rushed for 156 yards. Joe Gering rushed for 240 yards for SJE.

Odessa 8 14 6 22 - 50 St. John-End. 16 8 0 20 - 44

O-Meise 3 run (McClanahan run)

SJEHergert 1 run (Hergert pass from Siler)

SJELarson 4 run (Kleweno pass from Siler)

O-Meise 47 run (pass failed)

SJEHergert 53 pass from Gering (Gering run)

O-Moon 76 pass from Meise (Grall run)

O-Melcher 27 pass from Carlson (run failed)

SJEGering 34 run (run failed)

O-Melcher 19 pass from Carlson (run failed)

SJEGering 74 run (Pass failed)

O-Meise 4 run (Grall pass from Carlson)

SJE-Schauble 64 pass from Siler (Gering run)

O-Melcher 71 pass from Carlson (Grall pass from Carlson)

L-W 64, Rosalia 24

Clint Ledbetter had 148 receiving yards and scored four TDs, and Clint Anderson rushed for 198 yards as visiting LaCrosse-Washtucna (2-1) beat the Spartans (1-2).

L-W has averaged 53.3 points per game. Rosalia’s Tyson Blank passed for 188 yards.

LaCrosse-Wash. 16 26 14 8 - 64 Rosalia 12 6 0 6 - 24

LW-Anderson 2 run (Ledbetter run)

R-Blank 53 pass VanGrinbergen (run failed)

LW-Anderson 24 run (Ledbetter pass to Whitman)

R-Blank 32 pass Finley (pass failed)

LW-Ledbetter 37 pass Whitman (run failed)

LW-Anderson 1 run (run failed)

R-Finley 2 run (run failed)

LW-Ledbetter 83 kick return (Anderson run)

LW-Ledbetter 17 pass Rouleau (run failed)

LW-Anderson 9 run (Ledbetter pass Anderson)

LW-Camp 58 run (pass failed)

R-Finley 39 run (run railed)

LW-Ledbetter 21 pass Kenney (Ledbetter run)

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