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Non-league football: Montesano 54, Columbia-White Salmon 14

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Trace Ridgeway accounted for 309 total yards as Montesano cruised to a 54-14 victory over the Bruins.

The Bulldogs scored on their first possession, a Ridgeway to Sam Winter pass, to take a 6-0 lead. Columbia tied the game back up on Montesano’s next series as Austin Charters scooped up a fumble and sprinted 85 yards for the touchdown. Zavier Smith’s PAT gave Columbia a 7-6 lead halfway through the first quarter.

But that was as close as the Bruins would get, as Montesano rattled off 48 unanswered points, led by Ridgeway’s 210 yards passing.

Montesano had two other scoring opportunities, but the Charters fumble recovery and a Ryan Howard interception on the Bruins 5-yard line stymied both Bulldog scoring drives.

Alarick Blankenship added a late score for the Bruins, aided by a 46 yard pass play from Charters to Elijah Nielson.

Montesano 54, Columbia-White Salmon 14

Montesano 20 13 14 7–54

Columbia 7 0 0 7–14

First quarter

M — Sam Winter 15 pass from Trace Ridgeway (Pass failed)

C — Austin Charters 85 fumble recovery (Zavier Smith Kick)

M — Aydan Darst 7 run (Pass failed)

M — Winter 16 pass from Ridgeway (2 point good)

Second Quarter

M — Braden Dohrmann 33 pass from Ridgeway (Pass failed)

M — Brent Hollatz 2 run (Jordan King Kick)

Third Quarter

M — Winter 20 interception return (King Kick)

M — Darst 6 run (King Kick)

Fourth Quarter

M — Hunter Schnoor 27 run (King Kick)

C — Alarick Blankenship 5 run (Smith Kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Montesano: Trace Ridgeway 11-99, Aydan Darst 7-44, Hunter Schnoor 1-27, Isaac Pierce 2-24, Brent Hollatz 7-19, Sam Winter 2-8, Kasen Willis-Werner 1-8, Isaiah Pierce 1-1. Columbia: Austin Charters 13-25, Alek Raether 1-10, Cody Colloton 5-9, Bowen Durkee 2-9, Alarick Blankenship 6-6, Ryan Howard 1- -2, Elijah Nielson 1- -3

PASSING — Montesano: Ridgeway 13-15-1 210; Columbia: Charters 3-8-2 52

RECEIVING — Montesano: Winter 5-82, Dohrmann 4-71, King 3-43, Hollatz 1-14; Columbia: Isaac Wang 2-6, Nielson 1-46

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