Thursday, December 2, 2021
Dec. 2, 2021

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1A Trico League football: Seton Catholic 36, Goldendale 28


In a game that would come down to the wire, Seton Catholic held out strong to beat Goldendale in the 1A Trico League game.

While Goldendale’s defense was redeeming in getting multiple picks and sacks on Seton Catholic, Cougars’ quarterback Noah Carlos would not be bogged down by this as Seton’s offense was highlighted by its passing game with 247 yards.

Receiver duo CJ Hamblin and Lance Stuck would lead the charge, combining for 242 yards and three touchdowns. Hamblin would catch two scores while also throwing one to Stuck.

Seton came out in the fourth quarter hot, gaining a 10-point lead over Goldendale.

However, Goldendale came back and made it a contest late in the game. Goldendale reached the 2-yard line with 4 seconds to play, and Seton’s defense held.

Goldendale struggled with passing throughout the game, only completing 6 of 19 passes and throwing an interception.

Caleb Smith would be the workhorse for the Timberwolves, scoring three of their four scores off 95 rushing yards and a kick return for a score as well.


Goldendale 7 6 7 8—28

Seton Catholic 2 6 6 20—36

First Quarter

G – Caleb Smith 20 run (Justin Demott kick)

SC – Safety

Second Quarter

SC – Elijah Volk 2 run (run failed)

G – Smith 85 kick return (run failed)

Third Quarter

SC – Noah Carlos 4 run (run failed)

G – Tyler Wells 22 run (Demott kick)

Fourth Quarter

SC – CJ Hamblin 30 pass from Carlos (2 pt. conversion good)

SC – Lance Stuck 40 pass from Hamblin (2 pt. conversion good)

SC – Hamblin 40 pass from Carlos (run failed)

G – Smith 2 run (2 pt. conversion good)


RUSHING — G: Caleb Smith 19-95, Kade Bomberger 8-37, Tyler Wells 3-22, Riker Hanning 1-8. SC: Elijah Volk 21-88, CJ Hamblin 8-18, Noah Carlos 12-(minus-18), Jack Callerame 1-5

PASSING — G: Kade Bomberger 6-19-1-76. SC: Noah Carlos 16-26-2-247, CJ Hamblin 1-1-0-40

RECEIVING — G: Caleb Smith 1-3, Tyler Wells 5-73. SC: CJ Hamblin 9-135, Lance Stuck 6-107, Sean Emberlin 1-5.