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Week 5 prep football highlights: Evergreen holds to beat Mountain View 20-14

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

There didn’t appear to be anything between Jacob Martin and a game-winning touchdown for Mountain View on Friday night.

Then out of nowhere, Evergreen senior Jaxson Morris came racing in at the 1-yard line with a hit so hard it dislodged the ball, preserving Evergreen’s 20-14 win over the Thunder at McKenzie Stadium.

“I just saw everybody pulling and I thought ‘hey, it’s gotta be a screen,’ ” Morris said. “I just went in there. I knew I had to make a play, so I went in there and made a play.”

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Washougal 34, Ridgefield 27

In a tie game with less than a minute remaining, Washougal’s Jayson Graham got the jump on a Ridgefield pass, secured it and ran untouched to the end zone. It gave Washougal a 34-27 lead, and ultimately, a win to catapult the Panthers to the top of the 2A GSHL.

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Mt. Tahoma 54, Battle Ground 41

Kameron Spencer threw six touchdown passes, but it was not enough as the Tigers dropped a non-league game at Battle Ground on the night Battle Ground celebrated the 100th anniversary of its first football season.

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Kelso 28, Prairie 20

Connor Noah rushed for 183 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown in the first half as Kelso held off Prairie 28-20 as both teams opened 3A Greater St. Helens League play Friday in Kelso.

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Woodland 29, Hockinson 27

Keaton Northcut scored three touchdowns and the Woodland Beavers withstood a wild fourth quarter by keeping the Hockinson Hawks just out of reach for a 29-27 win Friday in the 2A Greater St. Helens League matchup.

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Columbia River 28, R.A. Long 7

Nicholas Ianello and Adam Watts both rushed for over 100 yards and scored two touchdowns each as the Columbia River Rapids earned their first league win of the season with a 28-7 victory Friday over the visiting R.A. Long Lumberjacks.

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Mark Morris 50, Hudson’s Bay 13

Deacon Dietz rushed for two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass as Mark Morris rolled to a 2A Greater St. Helens League win in Longview, 50-13.

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Seton Catholic 45, Columbia-White Salmon 14

Seton quarterback Kolten Gesser threw for 382 yards and five touchdowns in the win, getting plenty of help on the ground from sophomore Joe Callerame, who rushed for 156 yards before leaving the game with an injury in the third quarter.

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Castle Rock 47, Fort Vancouver 25

Stephen Ibsen threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more as Castle Rock opened Trico League play with a 47-25 win over Fort Vancouver on Friday at Kiggins Bowl.

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Skyview 51, Heritage 0

Skyview scored touchdowns on five of its first seven plays on offense, rolling over Heritage 51-0 in a non-league game Friday at Kiggins Bowl.

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La Center 46, King’s Way Christian 0

Levi Giles caught two touchdown passes and returned a punt for another touchdowns as La Center opened Trico League play with a 46-0 rout of King’s Way Christian.

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Camas 56, Kamiak 8

Taylor Ioane threw six touchdown passes and rushed for another score as the Papermakers won a non-league game in Everett.

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Union 40, Coeur d’Alene 20

Union’s offensive line controlled the line of scrimmage as the Titans pounded out 233 rushing yards in a 40-20 win over Coeur d’Alene in a non-league game Friday in Idaho.

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Kalama 30, Stevenson 20

Kacen Bach passed for 84 yards and rushed for three touchdowns, but it wasn’t quite enough as Stevenson fell to Kalama 30-20 in a Central 2B League game Friday in Kalama.