Hudson’s Bay wins Peace Pipe, keeps playoff hopes alive

Eagles shut out Fort Vancouver 54-0

By Meg Wochnick, Columbian staff writer



Quarterback Brian Perez accounted for three touchdowns and Quadrese Teague ran for two more –all in the first half — as the Hudson’s Bay Eagles kept pace for a 3A Greater St. Helens League playoff spot with a 54-0 victory over Fort Vancouver on Friday in the annual Peace Pipe football game at Kiggins Bowl.

Perez was 9 of 10 passing for 198 yards and touchdown passes of 19 (Myles Artis) and 84 yards (Julio Vara) as the Eagles (6-2 overall, 2-2 3A GSHL) raced out to a 47-0 halftime lead on 333 yards of first-half offense.

Perez also ran for a 1-yard touchdown.

Two of Teague’s three carries on the night went for touchdown runs of 24 and 15 yards. He finished with a game-high 56 yards. Vara had a game-high 116 yards on three catches and also had 33 yards rushing.

Back-up Andrew Guevara capped the night’s scoring with an 8-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter.


Bay 27 20 0 7–54

Fort 0 0 0 0– 0

First quarter

HB — Marco Cadiz 4 run (Nick Campbell kick)

HB — Quadrese Teague 15 run (Campbell kick)

HB — Myles Artis 19 pass from Brian Perez (kick failed)

HB — Elijah Fishel 57 interception return (Campbell kick)

Second quarter

HB — Perez 1 run (Campbell kick)

HB — Teague 24 run (Campbell kick)

HB — Julio Vara 84 pass from Perez (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

HB — Andrew Guevara 8 run (Campbell kick)


RUSHING — Hudson’s Bay: Marco Cadiz 4-23, Quadrese Teague 3-56, Julio Vara 2-33, Brian Perez 2-6, Toa Kaumatule 1-6, Andrew Guevara 8-23; Parker Marsh 2-3, AJ Schiefelbein 1-8, Barnes Raven 1-1; Fort Vancouver: Nehemiah Rasheed 1-(minus-2), Anthony Wilhite 2-(minus-9), Trevor Narvasa 2-(minus-11), Myron Lawerence 8-42.

PASSING — Hudson’s Bay: Brian Perez 9-10-0-198; Parker Marsh 4-5-0-13; Fort Vancouver: Trevor Narvasa 3-17-1-8, Devyn Turner 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING — Hudson’s Bay: Julio Vara 3-116, Carter Morse 4-58, Myles Artis 2-24, Andrew Guevara 1-2; AJ Schiefelbein 1-3, Treyce Teague 1-6; Fort Vancouver: Anthony Wilhite 1-(minus-3), Ezekiel Block 1-5, McWayne Ridep 1-6.