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2A GSHL football: Woodland 20, Columbia River 13

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WOODLAND — Brooks Massey rushed for 142 yards and three touchdowns as the Beavers shocked the Chieftains in a 2A Greater St. Helens League matchup.

The Chieftains (3-3 in league play, 3-5 overall) entered the game in the driver’s seat to earn one of the four playoff berths allocated to the 2A GSHL. Now Woodland (2-3, 2-6) just needs to defeat Mark Morris (also 2-3 in league play) next week and the Beavers will be in the playoffs. If the Monarchs win, Columbia River will make the playoffs. The Chieftains have a non-league contest against Clarkston next week.

Woodland found the end zone on its opening drive with the big play being a 50-yard run by Massey on a fake punt to take a lead it would never lose.

The Beaver defense also did its part, holding the Chieftains to 55 yards in the first half and dominating the line of scrimmage. Issac Bibb-O’Neil, who had 184 yards rushing last week, was held to 25 yards.

Mason Priddy threw for 137 yards and two scores for the Chieftains, one to Jacob Ayers and one to Adam Huerena.

WOODLAND 20, COLUMBIA RIVER 13

Col. River 0 0 6 7–13

Woodland 6 8 0 6–20

First quarter

W — Brooks Massey 5 run (kick blocked)

Second quarter

W — Massey 1 run (Isaiah Flanagan run)

Third quarter

CR — Jacob Ayers 11 pass from Mason Priddy (kick missed)

Fourth quarter

W — Massey 6 run (kick missed)

CR — Adam Huerena 8 pass from Priddy (Lujan kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Columbia River: Issac Bibb-O’Neil 11-25, Mason Priddy 9-35, Max Sturtevant 2-1. Woodland: Brooks Massey 21-142, Isaiah Flanagan 8-12, Daymon Gressett 3-5, Hunter Smith 2-1.

PASSING — Columbia River: Priddy 14-24-137-2. Woodland: Flanagan 11-16-95.

RECEIVING — Columbia River: O’Neil 2-8, Brayton Osterwalt 1-5, Sturtevant 3-28, Keith Blau 1-14, Sam Kaumatule 2-40, Jacob Ayers 3-22, Adam Huerena 2-20. Woodland: Cisco Yager 2-20, Easton Ortega 3-31, Fuerst 3-20, Massey 1-24.

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