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Oct. 6, 2022

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2A GSHL football: Ridgefield 34, Woodland 6


Ridgefield relied heavily on the run game to rout Woodland at home.

Hunter Abrams was again the workhorse for Ridgefield. He rushed for 285 yards and three touchdowns on 31 carries. Luke Price threw a 61 yard pass to Matthew Torres for a score and ended with 106 yard passing as Ridgefield improved to 5-2 overall, 4-1 in the 2A Greater St. Helens League.

Woodland was shut out until late in the third quarter, when Isaiah Flanagan found JJ Fuerst for a 60 yard touchdown. Flanagan had 139 passing yard and an interception on defense.


Ridgefield 0 14 6 14–34

Woodland 0 0 6 0–6

Second Quarter

R–Malaki Katsuta fumble recovery 4 run (kick failed)

R–Hunter Abrams 15 run (2 pt. Conversion good)

Third Quarter

Ridgefield–Abrams 49 run (kick failed)

Woodland–JJ Fuerst 60 pass from Isaiah Flanagan (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

R–Matthew Torres 61 catch from Luke Price (Torres kick)

R–Abrams 8 run (Torres Kick)

Individual Statistics

Rushing — Ridgefield: Tanner Roberts 1-0, Hunter Abrams 31-285, Luke Price 5-33, Sam Everett 4-15, Spenser Harmon 1-6. Woodland: Isaiah Flanagan 12-43, JJ Fuerst 11-6, Daymon Gressett 6-34, Mark Morales 1-2, Hunter Smith 2-13.

Passing — Ridgefield: Luke Price 6-14-1-106. Woodland: Isaiah Flanagan 9-29-2-139.

Receiving — Spenser Harmon 1-(-1), Trey Knight 1-7, Aidan Hundt 1-22, Matthew Torres 1-61, Hunter Abrams 2-17. Woodland: JJ Fuerst 3-66, Emmanuel Cruz 2-10, Easton Ortega 1-20, Daymon Gressett 3-33.

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