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Hudson’s Bay offense hits high gear in 61-42 win over R.A. Long

By , Columbian Sports Editor

Mateo Varona rushed for 234 yards and three touchdowns as Hudson’s Bay beat R.A. Long 61-42 on Friday at Kiggins Bowl.

Rafael Bauman added 148 rushing yards and two touchdowns as the Eagles racked up 585 yards of offense in their Class 2A Greater St. Helens League opener.

Varona had touchdown runs of 34, 30 and 11 yards. His third score put the Eagles ahead 47-20 in the third quarter.

Max Vanhoomisson returned an interception 31 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to put the Eagles ahead 27-14.

Shaun Mize threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns for R.A. Long, but was intercepted four times. Lonnie Brown Jr. opened the game with a 70-yard kickoff return for a Lumberjacks touchdown.


R.A. Long 7 13 0 22—42

Hudson’s Bay 14 20 13 14—61

First quarter

RAL — Lonnie Brown Jr. 70 kickoff return (Layne Oberloh kick)

HB — Rafael Bauman 19 run (kick failed)

HB — Talan Guerrero 1 run (Guerrero run)

Second quarter

RAL — Oberloh 8 run (Oberloh kick)

HB — Mateo Varona 34 run (kick failed)

HB — Max Vanhoomisson 31 interception return (Joey Roeper kick)

RAL — Tramayne Jenkins 6 pass from Shaun Mize (kick failed)

HB — Dean Castillo 1 run (Roeper kick)

Third quarter

HB — Varona 30 run (Roeper kick)

HB — Varona 11 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

RAL — Mize 8 run (run failed)

RAL — Koynn Williamdyke 4 pass from Mize (Jaxon Pleas run)

HB — Bauman 9 run (Roeper kick)

HB — Malukai Hodges 21 run (Roeper kick)

RAL — Oberloh 10 pass from Mize (Mize run)


RUSHING — R.A. Long: Jaxon Pleas 5-12, Carson McDaniel 1-15, TraMayne Jenkins 2-9, Shaun Mize 10-62, Koynn Williamdyke 4-60. Hudson’s Bay: Mateo Varona 15-234, Talan Guerrero 10-83, Rafael Bauman 13-148, Dean Castillo 3-14, Malukai Hodges 4-47, Michael Stump 1-16.

PASSING — R.A. Long: Shaun Mize 13-34-4-222. Hudson’s Bay: Dean Castillo 6-15-1-86, Mateo Varona 1-1-0-37.

RECEIVING — R.A. Long: Aeybel Milian 2-21, Layne Oberloh 2-12, Theodore Mauricio 2-29, TraMayne Jenkins 3-35, Aizik Rothwell 2-57, Koynn Williamdyke 2-29. Hudson’s Bay: Aqeel Bauman 4-43, Mateo Varona 1-30, Mykell Gipson 2-52.

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