Prep football: Washougal 56, White Salmon 0

By

Published:

 

Washougal 56, White Salmon 0

It was the Sam O’Hara show Friday night at Washougal High School on Friday as the versatile senior running back scored on a rushing TD, a 2-point conversion, and kicked five extra points to lead the Panthers.

O’Hara got the rout going with a 66-yard-touchdown run in the first quarter made all the more impressing considering he broke loose for a long touchdown on the previous play, only to have it called back because of a penalty. In an eerie sequence which looked like an instant replay, the Panthers called the exact same play with the exact same result. This time, the score counted.

“Our offensive line worked hard all offseason long to get bigger and stronger, and they were able to open a hole that I just ran through”, O’Hara said.

Washougal outrushed White Salmon 378-62. The Panthers scored on four touchdown rushes of 30 yards or more.

Austin Tofell and Colton Sullivan each had long touchdown runs to to match O’Hara in the first quarter.

Sophomore Bobby Jacobs scored three second-quarter touchdowns to make it 42-0 at the half. Jacobs turned out to be the leading rusher, gaining 155 yards with four touchdowns.

Next up: Washougal (2-0) at Fort Vancouver; White Salmon (0-2) vs. Ridgefield

White Salmon 0 0 0 0—00

Washougal 22 20 7 7—56

First quarter

Was — Sam O’Hara 66 run (O’Hara kick)

Was — Austin Tofell 65 run (O’Hara kick)

Was — Colton Sullivan 33 run (O’Hara run)

Second quarter

Was — Bobby Jacobs 56 run (kick failed)

Was — Jacobs 19 run (O’Hara kick)

Was — Jacobs 10 run (O’Hara kick)

Third quarter

Was — Daniel Arzhanov 5 run (O’Hara kick)

Fourth quarter

Was — Jacobs 78 run (O’Hara kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — White Salmon — Justice Douthit 9-31; Washougal — Jacobs 6-155, Tofell 6-94, O’Hara 1-65, Sullivan 1-33.

Passing — White Salmon — Kasey Bond 3-8-0-33; Washougal — Sullivan 2-2-0-54.

Receiving — White Salmon — Edgar Gonzalez 1-12, Juan Mendoza-Medina 1-10, Ben Childs 1-9; Washougal — Karsten Short 1-31, Zach Boland 1-23