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Pierce’s big game helps Montesano run past Castle Rock 38-22

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Chance Naugle threw three touchdown passes, but that wasn’t nearly enough to keep up with the Montesano running attack as Castle Rock lost to the Bulldogs 38-22.

Isaiah Pierce rushed for 213 of Montesano 315 rushing yards and has two third-quarter touchdowns as the Bulldogs extended an 18-8 halftime lead to 38-8.

Naugle’s 20-yard touchdown pass to Lane Partridge got Castle Rock within 18-8 before halftime. Naugle added TD passes to Landon Gardner and Partridge in the fourth quarter.

MONTESANO 38, CASTLE ROCK 22

Montesano 6 12 20 0 — 38
Castle Rock 0 8 0 14 — 22

First quarter

MON — Fumble recovered in the end zone (PAT failed)

Second quarter

MON — Jayden McElravy 4 run (PAT failed)

MON — Jack Holmstrom 30 pass from McElravy (PAT failed)

CR — Lane Partridge 20 pass from Chance Naugle (Landon Gardner pass from Naugle)

Third quarter

MON — Isaiah Pierce 22 run (kick good)

MON — Pierce 61 run (kick good)

MON — McElravy 17 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

CR — Gardner 2 pass from Naugle (Naugle run)

CR — Partridge 55 pass from Naugle (pass failed)

Individual Leaders

RUSHING — Montesano: Isaiah Pierce 16-213, Jayden McElravy 9-41, Jared Whisenhunt 5-34, Jack Holmstrom 4-31. Castle Rock: Chase Rusher 10-45, Lane Partridge 1-20, Naugle 13-5.

PASSING — Montesano: Jayden McElravy 10-20-0-114. Castle Rock: Chance Naugle 14-21-2-175.

RECEIVING — Montesano: Jack Holmstrom 2-35, Caydan Lovell 2-23, Jacob Salstrom 1-16, Isaiah Pierce 1-14.

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