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Late field goal lifts Lynden to 24-21 win over Hockinson

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Hockinson's Kenyon Johnson goes high for a catch  in the Hawks' 24-21 loss to Lynden on Friday, Sept.
Hockinson's Kenyon Johnson goes high for a catch in the Hawks' 24-21 loss to Lynden on Friday, Sept. 3, 2021 (Hailey Palmer/Lynden Tribune) Photo Gallery

Andre Northrup and Kenyon Johnson caught touchdown passes but Hockinson fell 24-21 to Lynden on the road in a clash of Class 2A powerhouses.

Troy Petz broke a 21-21 tie with a 34-yard field goal with 4:32 remaining. Hockinson went three-and-out on the next drive and was forced to punt with 3:47 left. Lynden then gained two first downs and ran out the clock.

Hockinson quarterback Jarod Oldham found Northrup for an 8-yard touchdown to tie the game 7-7 in the first quarter. Johnson’s 5-yard TD catch then gave the Hawks a 14-7 lead.

Lynden answered with two touchdown passes from Max Moore to take a 21-14 lead early in the fourth quarter.

Hockinson pulled even on a pick-six by Austin Wilson with 8:48 left.

LYNDEN 24, HOCKINSON 21

Hockinson 7 7 0 7—21

Lynden 7 7 0 10—24

First quarter

L — Kaeden Hermanutz 2 run (Troy Petz kick)

H — Andre Northrup 8 pass from Jared Oldham (Nick Charles kick)

Second quarter

H — Kenyon Johnson 5 pass from Oldham (Charles kick)

L — Isaiah Stanley 18 pass from Max Moore (Petz kick)

Fourth quarter

L — Stanley 15 pass from Moore (Petz kick)

H — Austin Wilson 18 interception return (Charles kick)

L — Petz 34 FG

INDIVIDUAL STATISTiCS

RUSHING — Hockinson: Cody Wheeler 5-21, Oldham 9-17.

PASSING — Hockinson: Oldham 14-30-1-143.

RECEIVING — Hockinson: Johnson 7-91, Northrup 3-32, Hale Prior 2-26, Wheeler 3-9.

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