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2A GSHL Football: Washougal 27, Hudson’s Bay 16


After starting slow, Washougal rode the second half momentum in a victory.

The Panthers were held to just 49 total yards in the first half yet barely trailed after the Eagles hit a 37-yard field goal at the halftime buzzer to go ahead 9-7.

The tide turned when Hudson’s Bay fumbled inside the Panthers’ redzone after carving up the Washougal defense. From that point on, Washougal was dominant.

After a costly fumble inside the Hudson’s Bay 10-yard line on their first possession in the second half, the Panthers scored on their next three drives including an 84-yard pass from Holden Bea to Carson Morris.

Bea completed 15 of his 20 attempts with 180 yards and four total scores.


Washougal 0 7 13 7—27

Hudson’s Bay 6 3 0 7—16

First Quarter

HB — Mateo Varona 4 run (kick failed)

Second Quarter

W — Holden Bea 7 run (Koby Johnson kick)

HB — Joey Roeper 37 FG

Third Quarter

W — Carson Morris 9 pass from Bea (Johnson kick)

W — Morris 84 pass from Bea (kick failed)

Fourth Quarter

W — Bea 14 run (Johnson kick)

HB — Quincy Blocker 54 pass from Dean Castillo (Roeper kick)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING — Washougal, Rantin Reynolds 8-45, Bea 17-19, Will Cooper 2- -2; Hudson’s Bay, Niyjiel Brown 14-57, Varona 13-54, Dylan Damos 7-29, Castillo 2-11, Talan Leon 2-5, Blocker 1- -3

PASSING — Washougal, Bea 15-20-0-180; Hudson’s Bay, Castillo 9-18-2-119

RECEIVING — Washougal, Morris 4-98, Thomas Brown 6-48, Blake Mattern 2-21, Owen Edwards 1-8, Reynolds 2-5; Hudson’s Bay, Blocker 1-54, Damos 4-35, Lenox Tuala 1-12, Kayden Gonzales 2-11, Rafael Bauman 1-7

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