3A GSHL football: Columbia River 62, Fort Vancouver 12

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Columbia River 62, Fort Vancouver 12

Columbia River's Remick Kawawaki rushed 10 times for 151 yards and three touchdowns and added an interception return in the 3A Greater St. Helens League opener for both teams.

Marquis Taylor's 30-yard interception return for a touchdown and Jordan Suell's TD pass to Taylor VanHeck had the Trappers trailing 13-12 early in the second quarter.

But Kawawaki had touchdown runs of 35 and 40 yards and Terrell Bolton added a 3-yard TD run to put River up 35-12 at halftime.

Clayton Frank rushed for 91 yards on 10 carries and two touchdowns as the River ground attack was more than enough to sustain the Chieftains' offense.

William Doty caught seven passes for 112 yards for Fort, which was held to 53 yards rushing.

COLUMBIA RIVER 62, FORT VANCOUVER 12

Fort Vancouver 6 6 0 0--12

Columbia River 13 22 20 7--62

First quarter

CR --Remick Kawawaki 45 interception (kick failed)

FV -- Marquis Taylor 30 interception (kick blocked)

CR -- Clayton Frank 21 run (Zach Perron kick)

Second quarter

FV -- Taylor VanHeck pass from Jordan Suell (conversion failed)

CR -- Kawawaki 35 run (Jason Harmson run)

CR -- Kawawaki 40 run (kick fail)

CR -- Terrell Bolton 3 run (Kawawaki run).

Third quarter

CR -- Frank 14 run (kick fail)

CR -- Kawawaki 15 run (Perron kick)

CR -- Luke Carlson 5 yd run (Perron kick)

Fourth quarter

CR --Reese Keller 4 run (Perron kick)

Individual statistics

RUSHING -- Fort Vancouver: Damien Saechao 2-9, Jordan Suell 3-10, Jaquan Thomas 6-8, Taylor VanHeck 3-4. Columbia River: Remick Kawawaki 10-151, Jayson Branson 4-16, Clayton Frank 10-91, Terrell Bolton 1-3, Jonathan Branson 2-45, Luke Carlson 8-30, Reese Keller 1-4, Vincent Daniels 3-20, Nicholas Briggs 2-24.

PASSING -- Fort Vancouver: Suell 12-34-2-169; Columbia River: Clayton Frank: 5-9-1-54.

RECEIVING -- Fort Vancouver: William Doty: 7-112, Gaquan White 1-11, Saechao 3-14, Taylor VanHeck 2-32. Columbia River: Nathan Hawthorn 2-14, Marcus Gaylor 1-4, Clark Bryant 2-36.