9/8/18

This is week 2 of the 2018 High school Football season below are scores, stories or links to stories of ESN affiliated schools and their leagues.

Mount Si 54, Kentwood 10 Game Story on ESN

Woodland 40, La Center 20

(La Center, WA) The Beavers blew open a close game in the 2nd half scoring 3 unanswered touchdowns to push the score from 20-14 to 40-14. Tyler Flanagan threw for 300 yards and 4 touchdowns and ran for nearly 110 and scored one on the ground.

La Center kept pace in the 1st half and actually took a 7-6 lead in the 2nd quarter when Wyatt Dodson blasted in from the 3. Flanagan then hit Christian Yager for a 68 yard bomb followed by a 12-yard strike to Wyatt Wooden. The Wildcats would keep it close when Tom Lambert hit Andrew Scott for a 30-TD and it was 20-14 at the break.

Flanagan then took over running in a score and hitting Kenyon Guy for a 72 yard TD to pull away for the win. The Beavers are now 2-0 while La Center drops to 0-2. Our ESN Players of the Game went to Tyler Flanagan for the Beavers and Andrew Scott for the Wildcats.

King’s Way Christian 35, Tenino 12

(Tenino, WA) The Beavers continue to struggle in 2018 with a young squad and fell behind early only scoring a pair of late touchdowns in the 4th quarter to avoid the upset. The Beavers drop to 0-2 and will take on Castle Rock next week. For more on the King’s Way  side of the game find it here Game Story in the Columbian .

Adna 34, Wahkiakum 0

(Adna, WA) First let’s say this we apologize for not getting this game on the air last night but we simply could not get enough upload speed to get the video to stream. We are working with Adna officials to see if we can find a fix, Adna is in a tough wifi spot that many people know very well. We think there are a couple of options and we hope to have a broadcast at Adna as early as this week when they host defending State Champions Kalama.

Our crew did record the whole game and we are hoping to upload it to our NFHS site but they also reported the game for us which turned into a 1-sided affair. Cole Fay began this game like he did last week with a long touchdown run this time 55 yards and little did the Pirates know this is all they would need.

Adna would dominate the game with a flat out shut down defense and have yet to give up a point in 8 quarters. Head Coach KC Johnson said he was excited with the defensive effort once again and they will need all of it and more next week against the Chinooks. Johnson said even the offense has put up more than enough points in both games so far he says there are still things that need to get better in a hurry. He was happy with the penalty situation as they were flagged for just 3 infractions for 20 yards a huge improvement from week 1.

The Pirates would roll up almost 300 yards and part of why it wasn’t more was due to the short fields the defense provided all night as they limited the Mules to less than 90 total yards. Adna ran the ball for 230 led by Elmer Loose with 115 yards while Cole Fay finished with 63 and Chance Fay with 33. QB Braden Thomas ran for 10 and was 6/12 for 52 yards passing.

Our Eli Sports Players of the Game went to Adna’s Braden Thomas and Wahkiakum’s Lucas Brown.

Kalama 20, Napavine 13 Game Story on Lewis County Sports 

Rainier 12, Toledo 7 Game Story on Lewis County Sports 

Onalaska 74, Mossyrock 0 Game Story on Lewis County Sports 

Morton-White Pass 28, Raymond 20 Game Story on Lewis County Sports 

South Bend 32, Winlock 12 Game Story on Lewis County Sports 

Elma 41, Rochester 12 Game Story on Lewis County Sports 

Capital 29, WF West 9 Game Story in the Olympian    Game Story on Lewis County Sports  

Union 34, El Cerrito 29  Game Story in the Columbian 

Evergreen 47, Centralia 22 Game Story in the Columbian 

Prairie 28, Washougal 21 Game Story in the Columbian 

Ridgefield 42, Fort Vancouver 0 Game Story in the Columbian 

Camas 52, Hazen 0 Game Story in the Columbian 

Charles Wright 7, Seton Catholic 6 Game Story in the Columbian 

Skyview 34, Columbia River 6 Game Story in the Columbian 

Heritage 38, Hudson’s Bay 28 Game Story in the Columbian

Mountain View 54, Juanita 7 Game Story in the Columbian

(Thurs) Hockinson 42, Archbishop Murphy 12 Game Story in the Columbian

Sumner 45, Olympia 0 Game Story in the Olympian

Tumwater 17, Yelm 14 Game Story in the Olympian

Kelso 48, RA Long 13 Game Story on TDN.com

Mark Morris 48, Castle  Rock 14 Game Story on TDN.com

Life Christian 32, Toutle Lake 6 Game Story on TDN.com

White Salmon 40, Ilwaco 0 Game Story on TDN.com

Fife 21, Washington 20

Franklin Pierce 55, Lindbergh 10

White River 46, Renton 0 Game Stats from the News Tribune

Eatonville 46, Evergreen (Sea) 6 Game Stats from the News Tribune

Clover 27, Highline 7 Game Stats from the News Tribune

Steilacoom 44, Orting 14 Game Stats from the TNT

Ocosta 50, Chief Leschi 8

Auburn-Riverside 34, Auburn 32 Game Stats from the TNT

Enumclaw 49, Auburn-Mountainview 0

O’Dea 26, Bethel 21

Timberline 28, Bonney Lake 21 Game Stats from the TNT

Wilson 41, Bremerton 6

Spanaway Lake 45, Decatur 7

Eisenhower 14, Federal Way 7

Curtis 33, Gig Harbor 21 Game Story from TNT

Central Kitsap 30, Lakes 23

Lake Stevens 38, Lincoln 21

Kentlake 7, Tahoma 3 Game Stats from TNT

Kentridge 43, Nathan Hale 7

North Thurston 21, Port Angeles 7

Montesano 51, Shelton 6

Peninsula 32, Skyline 20

Todd Beamer 55, Thomas Jefferson 0