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Week 2 prep football highlights: Mountain View survives 3-OT thriller to beat Ridgefield

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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The way the Mountain View Thunder celebrated their 26-20 triple-overtime win — yes, it took three overtimes on Friday afternoon — over Ridgefield at McKenzie Stadium, it felt like a playoff victory instead of win No. 1 on the young 2022 season.

Has a victory ever felt this great for running back Porter Drake?

“I don’t think so,” the junior said. “It felt great … I’m tired.”

The Thunder admit it wasn’t the prettiest way to get it done, but it’s a lot better than staring at an 0-2 record looking ahead to district-rival Union and league play still three weeks away. Ridgefield (0-2) begins league play hosting Hockinson next week.

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Prairie 56, Hudson’s Bay 0

Prairie dominated every facet of Friday’s non-league game at District Stadium. That has the 2-0 Falcons flying high headed into a clash with rival Battle Ground next week.

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Glacier Peak 34, Camas 28

The Camas Papermakers had an answer for almost everything thrown their way on Friday, yet a handful of plays down the stretch gnawed at them after the game.

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Yelm 46, Union 6

Braydon Platt scored  four touchdowns as the Tornados dominated in every facet, handing Union its most lopsided defeated in program history.

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Evergreen 35, Hockinson 22

Fourth-quarter rushing touchdowns by Evergreen’s Shaudez Grant and Mark Williams Jr., stopped Hockinson’s momentum from the third quarter as the Plainsmen prevailed.

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La Center 21, Woodland 6

Jalen Ward scored two touchdowns to La Center to a non-league win over Woodland on Friday.

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Toppenish 48, Washougal 22

Toppenish scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second quarter to blow the game open and roll past Washougal in a non-league game Friday in Washougal.

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Kelso 47, Capital 14

Kelso quarterback Tucker Amrine passed for four first-half touchdowns on the Hilanders’ way to a nonleague win over the 3A Capital Cougars from Olympia on Friday.

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Franklin Pierce 40, R.A. Long 21

New R.A. Long quarterback Aizik Rothwell threw three first-half touchdown passes, but Franklin Pierce’s rushing attack wore down the Lumberjacks.

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Seton Catholic 39, Goldendale 20

Freshman quarterback Kolten Gesser threw three second-quarter touchdown passes and the Seton Catholic defense scored two touchdowns.

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Battle Ground 41, Centralia 6

Kameron Spencer passed for 203 yards and two touchdowns and Leithan Reynolds had three touchdowns runs as Battle Ground snapped a 18-game losing streak with a 41-6 rout at Centralia on Friday.

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King’s Way Christian 40, Ilwaco 8

Jamison Duke caught three touchdown passes and returned an interception 35 yards for a score to lead King’s Way Christian to a 40-8 win over Ilwaco in a non-league game Friday in Ilwaco.

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Castle Rock 28, Kalama 8

Stephen Ibsen completed 9 of 11 passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 25 times for 110 yards and two more scores for Castle Rock. It was the first meeting between the two former league rivals since 2015.

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Mark Morris 28, Astoria (Ore.) 6

Deacon Dietz led the Monarchs in rushing with 12 carries for 85 yards and a touchdown while Justus McCann rushed for two touchdowns in a non-league win in Longview.

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Stevenson 13, Columbia-White Salmon 0

Stevenson intercepted four passes, including one returned for a touchdown, as the Bulldogs posted their fourth win in the last five meetings of the gorge rivalry.

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Hoquiam 49, Fort Vancouver 28

Hoquiam took advantage for four first-half turnover by Fort Vancouver to jump out to a big lead and roll to a 49-28 victory on Thursday in Hoquiam.

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Other scores (no report)

Stadium 32, Heritage 0

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