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How Clark County College Football Players Fared, Nov. 26

Ridgefield's Meek makes debut for Army football

By , Columbian Sports Editor

One game before one of college sport’s most famous events, Bailey Meek made his debut for Army football.

Meek, a freshman defensive end from Ridgefield, had two tackles in a 44-7 win over UMass on Saturday. He’s one of 68 members of the football Class of 2026 at West Point.

Meek had one solo tackle and one-half tackle for loss in Saturday’s win, which improved Army to 5-6 this season.

Army’s season concludes Dec. 10 in the annual Army-Navy Game in Philadelphia. The game, which dates to 1890, is one of the nation’s most popular celebrations of the United States Armed Forces.

Here’s how other collegiate football players from Clark County fared. Note: A blank entry means the player’s team had a bye week.

Adams State

Hezekiah Po Ching, Skyview, Jr., OL

Chase Roush, Hockinson, So., QB


Bailey Meek, Ridgefield, Fr., DL — Had two tackles, including one solo and one-half for loss in a 44-7 win over UMass.

Ashland University (Ohio)

Jovon Sewell, Skyview, Jr., CB — Started at cornerback in a 19-13 loss to Indiana (Pa.) in the second round of the NCAA D-II Playoffs. Had six tackles, including four solo.

Butte College

Michael Bolds, Mountain View, So., DB

Rodolfo Montiel, Mountain View, Fr., TE

Central College (Iowa)

Kyle Norton, Evergreen, Fr., RB/LB


Central Washington

Isaiah Carbajal, Mountain View, Sr.*, DL

Josiah Cochran, Skyview, So.*, DL

Dylan Dean, Columbia River, Fr.*, OL

Tyler Flanagan, Woodland, So.*, RB

Kai Gamble, Union, Sr.*, DL

Jude Mullette, Mountain View, Fr.*, K

Jarius Phillips, Camas, Fr., LB

Titan Phillips, Camas, So.*, TE

Ty Snider, Ridgefield, Fr., WR

College of the Sequoias

Clark Coleman, Skyview, Fr. QB

AJ Dixson, Prairie, Fr. WR

Zeke Dixson, Prairie, Fr. WR

Brendan Feeney, Skyview, So. DB

Tae Marks, Evergreen, Fr. WR

Rhett Sarvela, Skyview, So. DL

College of the Redwoods

Mason Priddy, Columbia River, Fr. DB

College of the Siskiyous

Dylan Kier, Columbia River, Fr. LB


Colorado School of Mines

Kenny Wright, Camas, So.*, TE — Started at tight end in a 48-45 win over Minnesota State in the second round of the NCAA D-II playoffs.  Had one catch for 8 yards.

Colorado State

Michael Boyle, Camas, Sr.*, K — Made a 23-yard field goal and was 2 for 2 on PATs in a 17-0 win over New Mexico.

Eastern Oregon

Cole Schultz, Ridgefield, Fr.*, DL

Dominic Stephens, Mountain View, Fr.*, DL

Owen Wann, Battle Ground, Fr, LB

Eastern Washington

Korey Bozovich, Union, Fr., WR

Brock Harrison, Ridgefield, So.*, DL

Dylan Ingram, Camas, Sr.*, TE

Aiden Nellor, Union, Jr.*, TE

Jackson Plieth, Union, Fr., LS

Gunner Talkington, Battle Ground, Sr.*, QB

Ahmani Williams, Skyview, So., LB

George Fox

Therman Bibens, Union, So., LB

Connor Delamarter, Ridgefield, Fr., LB

Josue Espinoza, Camas, Jr., OL

Andrew Gray, Heritage, So., LB

Jaden Hornsby, Union, So., LB

Kaleb La Mere, Heritage, So., WR

Isaiah Rupp, Skyview, So., S

Michael Stromberg, Skyview, So., S


CJ Jordan, Union, So., QB — Did not play in a 45-42 loss to Southeastern Louisiana in the first round of the FCS Playoffs.

Tyson Jacobson, Camas, Fr., LS — Did not play.

Lewis & Clark

Alex Koga, Union, Sr., K

Nathan Lien, Evergreen, Jr., OL

Royall Wilson, Evergreen, Fr., LB

Jack Warren, Heritage, Fr., LB/DL


Isaac Hoidal, Stevenson, Jr., WR — Played in a backup role in a 30-13 loss to Bethel in the second round of the NCAA D-III playoffs.

Dawson Lieurance, Columbia River, Jr., QB — Did not play.

Des Phillips, Stevenson, Jr., CB — Did not play.

Sonny Pitts, Union, Fr., K/P — Did not play.

Griffin Young, Seton Catholic, So., TE — Did not play.


Cooper Barnum, Skyview, So., DB — Had one tackle in a 34-24 win over Southeast Missouri State in the first round of the FCS playoffs.

Peyton Brammer, Hockinson, Fr.*, TE — Did not play.

Cole Grossman, Skyview, So.*, TE — Started at tight end. Had three catches for 48 yards, including a 19 yard touchdown.

Michael Matthews, Camas, Sr.*, LB — Had one tackle.

Sawyer Racanelli, Hockinson, So.*, WR — Did not play.

Montana State

Bryce Leighton, Camas, So., P

Rush Reimer, Camas, So., OL

Montana Tech

Brevan Bea, Washougal, So.*, LB

Zeek Fromel, Mountain View, Sr., DL

Jack Hiller, La Center, Jr.*, OL

Montana State-Northern

Aidan Hoyt, Union, Jr., CB

Montana Western

Thomas Brown, Washougal, Fr., DB


Jacques Badolato-Birdsell, Camas, Fr.*, RB — Did not play in a 27-22 loss to UNLV.

Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV)

Zyell Griffin, Evergreen, Jr, RB — Did not play in a 27-22 win over Nevada.

Northern Arizona

Alishawuan Taylor, Union, So.*, TE

Notre Dame

Tobias Merriweather, Union, Fr., WR — Did not play in a 38-27 loss to USC.


Andrew Boyle, Camas, Jr.*, K/P — Had three touchbacks in five kickoffs in a 38-34 loss to Oregon State.

Oregon State

Jack Colletto, Camas, Sr.*, ILB/RB — Had four tackles, including three solo, in a 38-34 win over Oregon. Also had one carry for 1 yard.


Elijah Volk, Seton Catholic, Fr., RB

Pacific Lutheran

Zachary Gable, Mountain View, Fr., DL

Daymon Gressett, Woodland, Fr., FB


Alex Wood, Union, So., DB

Portland State

Tanner Beaman, Skyview, Fr., TE/LB

Darien Chase, Union, So., WR

Manaia Fuertes, Union, Fr.*, OL

Fyodor Henrichs-Tarasenkov, Skyview, Fr., K

Jalynnee McGee, Skyview, So., RB

Mason Packer, Skyview, Fr.*, ATH

Hezephaniah Po Ching, Skyview, Fr., OL

Rob Silva, Camas, Fr., DL

Jojo Siofele, Union, So., RB

Presentation College

Caleb Blick, Prairie, Fr., LB

Josh Blick, Prairie, Fr., LB

Joseph Garrett, Prairie, So., WR

Puget Sound

Alex Fisch, Union, Fr., DL



Connor French, Prairie, Jr., OL


Gavin James-Dues, Mountain View, Fr., DL

Shasta College

Aidan Mallory, Hockinson, So., DB

Simon Fraser

Lorenzo Brannon, Skyview, So., DL

Robert Meadors, Heritage, Sr.*, WR

Southern Cal

Caadyn Stephen, Camas, So.*, OL — Did not play in a 38-27 win over Notre Dame.

Southern Oregon

Blake Ascuitto, Camas, So.*, QB

Jackson Clemmer, Camas, So.*, TE

Jeremiah Faulstick, Hockinson, Fr.*, TE

Kenyon Johnson, Hockinson, Fr., CB



Hale Prior, Hockinson, Fr., LB


Mason Wheeler, Skyview, So.*, WR — Did not play in a 51-33 win over Washington State.

Washington State

Jake Bowen, Union, Fr.*, WR — Did not play in a 51-33 loss to Washington.

Tristan Souza, Camas, So.*, DL — Did not play.

Drake Owen, Camas, Jr.*, WR — Did not play.

Lincoln Victor, Union, Jr., WR — Had three catches for 24 yards. Also returned four kickoffs for 87 yards with a long of 26.

Western Oregon

Jaylen Fite, Evergreen, Fr.*, WR

Rocky Mataia, Union, So., DL

Xavier Owens, Skyview, Fr.*, DB

Daron Ulrich, Union, So., DB


Micah Adams, La Center, Fr., DL

Jack Gibson, Camas, Jr., DE

Isaiah Jones, Union, Jr., RB

Anthony Kee, Heritage, Jr., WR

Jackson Preston, Camas, So., LB

Cody Wheeler, Hockinson, Fr., LB


Kayden Gonzalez, Hudson’s Bay, Fr., WR

Did I miss anyone? E-mail sports editor Micah Rice at micah.rice@columbian.com.

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