Not often can you say that a team scored more in point-after attempts than the other team scored in touchdowns, but in Washougal’s game against Fort Vancouver this was the case. Scoring 11 touchdowns in the course of the game, the Panthers showed no mercy.
Austin Tofell scored four of those touchdowns, with 150 yards rushing and 62 receiving. Brandon Casteel ran three touchdowns in for 75 yards, but the most impressive feat of the night came from the defense. Matt Randall, who scored two touchdowns on offense, also intercepted the ball from his own endzone and ran for a 102-yard touchdown. Bobby Jacobs also scored on a 50-yard run. Washougal quarterback Guy LaRue threw for 98 yards.
Fort Vancouver’s quarterback prevented a shutout with his 5-yard QB keeper midway through the first quarter. Despite throwing 250 yards, Fort was limited to one touchdown.
WASHOUGAL 74, FORT VANCOUVER 7
Washougal 27 21 13 13–74
Fort Vancouver 7 0 0 0– 7
W–Matt Randall 9 pass from Guy LaRue (Patrick Johnson kick)
W–Austin Tofell 17 run (conversion failed)
FV–Jordan Suell 4 run (Logan Owings kick)
W–Brandon Casteel 5 run. (Johnson kick)
W–Matt Randall 11 fumble recovery (Johnson kick)
W–Tofell 25 pass from LaRue. (Mauro Gonzalez kick)
W–Tofell 13 run (Johnson kick)
W–Tofell 20 run (Johnson kick)
W–Randall 102 interception return (Johnson kick)
W–Bobby Jacobs 50 run (kick failed)
W–Brandon Casteel 10 run (kick failed)
W–Casteel 50 run (Gonzalez kick)
RUSHING — Fort Vancouver: Marquis Taylor 1-24. Jordan Suell 6-1. Tomas Acevedo 2-0. Jaylen Ross 6-77. Taylor VanHeck 1-16. Washougal: Randy Gubser 5-84. Bobby Jacobs 12-195. Chase Duey 2-24. Austin Tofell 7-150. LaRue 1-7. Brandon Casteel 4-75. Randall 2-113. Tristain Roseff 2-7.
PASSING — Fort Vancouver: Suell 14-24-4-225. Dakota Stowell 1-2-0-(minus-6). Washougal: Guy LaRue 5-8-1-98.
RECEIVING — Fort Vancouver: VanHeck 7-3. Taylor 5-34. William Doty: 7-128. Ross 4-9. Washougal: Tofell 3-62. Matt Randall 4-24. Jacobs 2-15.