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Prep football roundup: Matt Gabbert throws for 248 yards, three touchdowns, Central Valley shuts out North Central

From staff reports

Matt Gabbert threw for 248 yards with three touchdowns and Central Valley (3-2) beat North Central (1-4) 49-0 in a nonleague game at Joe Albi Stadium on Friday.

Great Northern League

Pullman 34, East Valley 13: Konner Kinkade threw four touchdowns on 263 passing yards and the visiting Greyhounds (1-0) beat the Knights (0-1).

West Valley 23, Clarkston 14: Matthew Allen had three touchdowns on 94 rushing yards and the visiting Eagles (1-0) beat the Bantams (0-1).

Northeast 1A

Riverside 56, Lakeside 24: Michael Zanoni ran for 203 yards and three touchdowns and the Rams (2-1) beat the Eagles (1-2).

Medical Lake 16, Freeman 14: Aiden Lyerla’s fourth quarter touchdown run gave the Cardinals (1-1) the win over the visiting Scotties (0-3).

Colville 34, Deer Park 0: John Knight threw for 168 yards and scored two total touchdowns and the visiting Indians (3-0) beat the Stags (1-2).

Northeast 2B

Reardan 30, Asotin 26: Alex Clark ran for 92 yards and three touchdowns and the Indians (1-0) defeated the visiting Panthers (0-1).

Liberty 39, Davenport 14: Justin King caught touchdown passes from 83-yards and 35-yards and the Lancers (1-3) defeated the Gorillas (1-4).

Colfax 29, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 13: Cam Hiatt had 146 rushing yards with two touchdowns and the Bulldogs (1-0) defeated the visiting Broncos (0-1).

Chewelah 34, Wilbur-Creston 0: Kaden Krouse scored four total touchdowns and the visiting Cougars (1-0) beat the Wildcats (0-1).

Northeast 1B

Odessa 82, Wellpinit 12: Dilot Weishaar ran for 178 yards with three touchdowns and the Tigers (3-0) beat the visiting Redskins (0-3).

Selkirk 64, Northport 8: Jay Link threw for 241 yards with six touchdowns and ran for 103 yards with a touchdown and the Rangers (2-1) beat the visiting Mustangs (0-2).

Curlew 20, Cusick 18: Spencer Fanning ran for a touchdown and passed for another and the Cougars (1-2) beat the visiting Panthers (1-2). Fanning also had eight tackles on defense.

Tekoa-Rosalia 50, Republic 22: Riley McLain had 195 yards passing and 225 yards rushing with four touchdowns and the visiting Timberwolves (3-0) beat the Tigers (0-2).

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 76, Bridgeport 6.

Southeast 1B

Garfield-Palouse 90, Colton 56: Caden Sanderson ran in six touchdowns and the Vikings (5-0) beat the Wildcats (3-2).


Cheney 20, Cascade 0: Tayvin Ewen had six solo tackles, forced and recovered a fumble and the Blackhawks (5-0) beat the visiting Kodiaks (3-2).

Chewelah 34, Wilbur-Creston 0: Kaden Krouse scored four total touchdowns and the visiting Cougars (1-0) beat the Wildcats (0-1).

Northwest Christian 62, Oroville 45: Silas Perreiah ran for 455 yards with six touchdowns and the Crusaders (4-1) beat the visiting Hornets (2-3).

Springdale 48, Columbia 22.


White Star League

Mullan 86, Lakeside (Idaho) 6.

Kendrick 74, Clark Fork 28.


Lakeland 41, Timberlake 14: Bridger Peterson had two total touchdowns and the visiting Hawks (3-2) defeated the Tigers (3-3).

St. Maries 53, Bonners Ferry 0: Kaden Hammond had a passing and rushing touchdown and the Lumberjacks (6-1) defeated the visiting Badgers (1-5).

Grangeville 28, Kellogg 6: Harris tossed two touchdowns and the visiting Bulldogs (6-0) beat the Wildcats (0-4).

Lewiston 55, Moscow 15.

Lake City 19, Sandpoint 13.

Priest River 20, Orofino 18.

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