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Snider scores three touchdowns as Ridgefield clinches share of 2A GSHL title

Senior also throws a touchdown pass as Spudders beat R.A. Long 40-14

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Ty Snider scored three touchdowns and threw for a fourth, helping Ridgefield clinch a share of the 2A Greater St. Helens League title with a 40-14 win over R.A. Long on Friday in Longview.

The win gives the Spudders (8-0) at least a share of the league title, which they can win outright with a win at home over Woodland next week. It marks Ridgefield first 2A GSHL title, and first league title of any sort since sharing the 2A Trico League title with Castle Rock in 2005.

Snider caught a 35-yard touchdown pass and a 37-yard touchdown pass from Logan DeBeaumont. He threw a 35-yard TD pass to Jakob Braunstein in the first quarter.

He also returned an interception 37 yards for the Spudders’ final touchdown in the third quarter, putting Ridgefield up 40-0.


Ridgefield 21 6 13 0—40

RA Long 0 0 7 7—14

First quarter

R — Ty Snider 35 pass from Logan DeBeaumont (Giuseppe Gagliardi kick)

R — Davis Pankow 7 run (Gagliardi kick)

R — Jakob Braunstein 35 pass from Ty Snider (Gagliardi kick)

Second quarter

R — Blake Doman 14 pass from DeBeaumont (kick blocked)

Third quarter

R — Snider 27 pass from DeBeaumont (kick failed)

R — Snider 37 interception return (Gagliardi kick)

RAL — Jamond Harris II 25 pass from Shaun Mize (Mize run)

Fourth quarter

RAL — Israel Rutherford 16 pass from Mize (run failed)


RUSHING — Ridgefield: Davis Pankow 10-78, JC Francis 3-4, Isaiah Cowley 1-4, Luke Everett 1-1, Logan DeBeaumont 2-(-8), Trevor Allen 3-(-1). R.A. Long: Jamond Harris II 9-19, Shaun Mize 8-9, Drake Harris 1-(-3), Aeybel Milian 1-3.

PASSING — Ridgefield: Logan DeBeaumont 14-20-1-239, Snider 1-1-0-30. R.A. Long: Mize 18-32-2-217.

RECEIVING — Ridgefield: Ty Snider 5-116, Jakob Braunstein 5-81, Cowley 3-55, Blake Doman 1-14, Ben Concannon 1-3. R.A Long: Israel Rutherford 5-69, Harris 6-75, Koynn Williamdyke 2-24, Layne Oberloh 1-(-6), TraMayne Jenkins 2-13, Harris 1-15, Isaac Avelar 1-27.

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