Washougal defeated Hudson’s Bay 26-6 Friday behind a balanced offensive gameplan and timely defense.
Panthers coach Dave Hajek called 27 pass plays and 32 rushing plays, keeping Hudson’s Bay’s defense in a constant state of flux.
Peter Boylan took advantage of the confused Eagles defense en route to two touchdowns and 62 yards rushing in the first half. Gavin Multer carried the team in the second half with 104 rushing yards and one score.
Tristan Farrell found eight different receivers on 17 completions and finished with one score and 153 yards. No receiver caught more than three passes, another testament to Hajek’s willingness to trust his entire roster.
The Washougal defense was strong throughout forcing four turnovers including a fumble recovery on the first play of the game. Facing first-and-goal from the 4-yard line, Washougal’s defense held firm on four straight plays forcing the turnover on downs.
The Eagles found themselves in scoring position several times but were only to break the plane once on their final drive of the game.
Washougal continued its winning ways against Hudson’s Bay extending their win streak to nine straight victories against the Eagles.
WASHOUGAL 26, HUDSON’S BAY 6
Washougal 7 6 13 0—26
Bay 0 0 0 6—0
W — Peter Boylan 22 run (Boylan kick)
W — Boylan 5 run (kick failed)
W — Gavin Multer 31 (run failed)
W — Xavier Gilmore 23 pass from Tristan Farrell (Boylan kick)
HB — Jamarion Hinton 7 run (run failed)
RUSHING — Washougal, Multer 9-104, Boylan 12-58, Farrell 8-39, Gilmore 1- -2, Rantin Reynolds 2- -3; Hudson’s Bay, Hinton 17-57, Raven Barnes 7-48, Dylan Damos 1-0, Dean Jesus Castillo 3- -18
PASSING — Washougal, Farrell 18-27-0-153; Hudson’s Bay, Castillo 16-25-2-112, Barnes 1-5-1-3
RECEIVING — Washougal, Gavin Tyacke 3-50, Michael Egger 3-49, Gilmore 2-23, Brig Griffin 2-10, Boylan 3-7, Gabriel Kent 1-6, Reynolds 2-5, Justin Nichols 1-3; Hudson’s Bay, Damos 3-31, Mateo Varona 6-28, Devontay Moore 2-23, Mario Gonzales 2-13, Pablo Pedroza 1-10, Kayden Gonzales 2-10, Zaphanaius Tuiaana 1-0