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Thursday, November 30, 2023
Nov. 30, 2023

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1A Trico League football: Columbia-White Salmon 34, Kings Way Christian 14


King’s Way Christian would struggle with injuries greatly throughout this game as they lost three two-way starters and as the Knights fell short against Columbia-White Salmon in a 1A Trico League matchup.

King’s Way was still able to be productive with the ball relying on their passing game as Kemper Shrock threw for 263 out of their 283 total yards.

Mason Packer who had 101 yards receiving and Bryce Dodge who 113 receiving yards.

White Salmon relied on the run mainly through senior Trenton Howard who finished with 192 yards to break the 1,000-yard threshold on the season.

The Bruins’ Austin Charters threw for 110 yards, 65 going to Chandlor Bucklin.


Columbia-White Salmon 7 13 7 7–34

King’s Way Christian 7 0 0 7–14

First quarter

CWS — Austin Charters 8 run (Cesar Isordia kick)

KWC — Bryce Dodge 12 pass from Kemper Shrock (Tayler Shega kick)

Second quarter

CWS — Isordia 20 FG

CWS — Chandler Bucklin 65 pass from Charters (Isordia kick)

CWS — Isordia 25 FG

Third quarter

CWS — Trenton Howard 25 run (Isordia kick)

Fourth quarter

KWC — Brady Metz 5 pass from Shrock (Shega kick)

WS — Howard 55 run (Isordia kick)

Individual statistics

RUSHING — Columbia: Trenton Howard 18-192, Austin Charters 9-50, Chandlor Bucklin 2-6, Cesar Isordia 1-12. King’s Way: Gage Koenders 8-19, Andrew Voorhies 11-12, Connor Delamarter 5-8, Kemper Shrock 3-(minus 9), Tayler Shega 1-(minus 10).

PASSING — Columbia: Austin Charters 3-5-0-110; King’s Way: Kemper Shrock 32-46-1-263.

RECEIVING — Columbia: Chandlor Bucklin 1-65, Dominic Raether 2-45. King’s Way: Bryce Dodge 7-113, Mason Packer 13-101, Bryson Metz 4-17, Connor Delamarter 3-14, Brady Metz 5-18.

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