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2A GSHL football: Washougal 41, R.A. Long 10

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Washougal’s Will Cooper gains yards against R.A. Long on Friday.
Washougal’s Will Cooper gains yards against R.A. Long on Friday. (Josh Kirshenbaum/The Daily News) Photo Gallery

Washougal put on a show in their homecoming game against R.A. Long on Friday, cruising to a victory.

Washougal jumped out to a hot start against R.A. Long, taking only three plays to find the endzone on their first drive. From there, the Panthers never looked back, led by QB Holden Bea who threw for 4 touchdowns and nearly 250 yards.

Washougal was also strong on defense, getting consistent pressure throughout the game on Lumberjacks QB Shaun Mize.

R.A. Long scored late in the game by way of a field goal and a rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter. However, it wasn’t enough to overcome a strong all-around performance by Washougal.


R.A. Long 0 0 0 10—10

Washougal 14 20 7 0—41

First quarter

W — Evers 37 pass from Bea (kick is good)

W — Cooper 13 run (kick is good)

Second quarter

W — Cooper 51 run (kick is good)

W — Connelly 7 yard pass from Bea (kick is good)

W — Brown 19 pass from Bea (kick is no good)

Third quarter

W — Evers 35 pass from Bea (kick is good)

4th quarter

RAL — Field goal good

RAL — Cureton 5 run (kick is good)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING — R.A. Long: Shaun Mize 7-21; Baily Cureton 1-5; Ilyas Mehrer 2-0; Julian Machic-Sheldon 2-(-3); Jamond Harris II 1-(-1); Koyn Williamdyke 1-(-1); Washougal: Will Cooper 9-122; Holden Bea 2-11; Garrett Mansfield 2-11; Mather Minnis 3-(-6)

PASSING — R.A. Long: Shaun Mize 14-31-212-0. Washougal: Holden Bea 12-14-247-0; Mather Minnis 0-1-0-0;

RECEIVING — R.A. Long: Jamond Harris II 5-88; Israel Rutherford 4-65; Koyn Williamdyke 3-26; Ilyas Mehrer 2-33; Washougal: Sam Evers 6-165; Thomas Brown 2-38; Jayson Graham 1-18; Blake Mattern 1-9; Talon Connelly 1-7

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