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2A GSHL football: Hockinson 49, Washougal 12

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Levi Crum threw for 361 yards and four touchdowns as Hockinson clinched its fifth straight 2A Greater St. Helens League title.

Sawyer Racanelli had 123 yards receiving and three touchdown catches and ran in another. Peyton Brammer had 115 yards and a touchdown on four catches.

Washougal quarterback Dalton Payne threw for 141 yards. Braven Bea had a 70 yard rushing touchdown and five catches for 84 yards.

HOCKINSON 49, WASHOUGAL 12

Washougal 0 6 6 0–12

Hockinson 0 28 7 14–49

Second Quarter

H — Jonathan Domingos 5 run (Nick Charles kick)

H — Joe Brennen 5 run (Charles kick)

H — Peyton Brammer 20 pass from Levi Crum (Charles kick)

W — Brevan Bea 70 run (kick failed)

H — Sawyer Racanelli 30 pass from Crum (Charles kick)

Third Quarter

W — Judson Mansfield 30 pass from Dalton Payne (conversion failed)

H — Racanelli 3 run (Charles kick)

Fourth Quarter

H — Racanelli 22 pass from Crum (Charles kick)

H — Racanelli 5 pass from Crum (Charles kick)

Individual Statistics

Washougal

Rushing — Washougal: Peter Boylan 4-9, Dalton Payne 13-(-45), Brevan Bea 1-70. Hockinson: Levi Crum 13-69, Jonathan Domingos 4-53, Joe Brennen 2-10, Wyatt Jones 2-23, Cody Wheeler 6-23, Aiden Mallory 2-18, Garett Gundy 1-(-2), Sawyer Racanelli 1-3, Makaio Juarez 1-10

Passing — Washougal: Dalton Payne 11-28-0-151. Hockinson: Levi Crum 26-35-0-361.

Receiving — Washougal: Aiden Kestner 1-3, Arcy Harton 1-(-1), Preston Thorton 1-20, Judson Mansfield 3-45, Braven Bea 5-84. Hockinson: Sawyer Racanelli 12-123, Peyton Brammer 4-115, Garrett Gundy 4-53, Nick Frichtl 1-10, Jeremiah Faulstick 1-35, Aidan Mallory 1-20, Wyatt Jones 1-3, Jonathan Domingos 1-0, Cody Wheeler 1-2

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