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2A GSHL football: Hockinson 49, Mark Morris 3


Hockinson coach Rick Steele earned his 100th career victory as the Hawks rolled to a win in Longview.

Quarterback Levi Crum passed for three touchdowns and rushed for two more. He connected with Payton Brammer for a 44-yard touchdown in the first quarter.

Steele, in his 15th season, was given an ice-water dousing as the game ended.

“They got me,” he said. “It’s cool. I said ‘this is my 100th win, but you guys play the game. You get the wins for me.’ It’s really a reflection of the kids who have played for this program.”

Makio Juarez caught two touchdowns, including a 40-yarder to open the scoring.

Hockinson (5-1, 4-0) has outscored 2A Greater St. Helens League opponents 207-26 this season.

“We played well on both sides of the ball,” Steele said. “We just keep trying to get better each week as a football team, and we did that tonight.”


Hockinson 13 15 21 0–49

M.Morris 0 3 0 0–3

First quarter

H — Makio Juarez 40 pass from Levi Crum (kick failed).

H –Payton Brammer 44 pass from Crum (Jeremiah Faulstick run)

Second quarter

MM — FG, Mitchell Pelton 25

H — Levi Crum 23 run (Visnius kick).

H — Cody Wheeler 15 run (Visnius kick).

Third quarter

H — Juarez 33 pass from Kenyon Johnson (Visnius kick).

H — Johnson 15 run (Visnius kick)

H — Crum 15 run (Visnius kick)

Individual statistics

RUSHING — Hockinson: Levi Crum 4-79; Daniel Thompson 9-29; Cody Wheeler 4-29, Liam Mallory 1-19, Dakota Souder 1-3, Andrew Northrup 2-3, James Cruz 1-2.

PASSING — Hockinson: Levi Crum 9-20-1-211.

RECEIVING — Hockinson: Makio Juarez 2-83, Payton Brammer 3-77, Jeremiah Faulstick 2-33, Liam Mallory 1-10, Cam Thelen 1-3.

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