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Castle Rock wins Trico League opener over Fort Vancouver 47-25

By , Columbian Sports Editor

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.

Both of Ibsen’s touchdown passes went to Lane Partridge, going for 38 and 67 yards. Partridge finished with 141 yards receiving.

That helped The Rockets (4-1, 1-0) overcome a big game by Fort Vancouver receiver Evan Mendez. The senior receiver caught 10 passes for 252 yards, including touchdowns of 49, 27 and 73 yards.

Fort Vancouver, which trailed 40-7 after three quarters, came to life in the fourth quarter. Kaeleb Cvitkovich threw for 331 yards and had a 17-yard touchdown run.


C.Rock 7 20 13 7—47

Fort 0 7 0 18—25

First quarter

CR — David Garcia 1 run (Lane Partridge kick)

Second quarter

CR — Partridge 38 pass from Stephen Ibsen (Partridge kick)

CR — Ibsen 3 run (kick failed)

FV — Evan Mendez 48 pass from Kaeleb Cvitkovich (Cvitkovich kick)

CR — Ibsen 36 run (Partridge kick)

Third quarter

CR — Partridge 67 pass from Ibsen (Partridge kick)

CR — Owen Langdon 24 run (kick blocked)

Fourth quarter

FV — Mendez 27 pass from Cvitkovich (pass fails)

FV — Cvitkovich 19 run (pass fails)

CR — Wyatt Orth 33 run (Partridge kick)

FV — Mendez 73 pass from Cvitkovich (pass fails)


RUSHING — Castle Rock: Owen Langdon 10-84, David Garcia 7-9, Ian Burton 2-3, Stephen Ibsen 6-108, Wyatt Orth 8-58, Chase Rusher 1-13, Trevor Rogan 1-2. Fort Vancouver: Jordan Oldfield 2-(minus-3), Kaeleb Cvitkovich 14-40, Anthony Peake 3-8, Tayvon Vance 1-15.

PASSING — Castle Rock: Stephen Ibsen 7-10-0-173, Trevor Rogan 1-1-0-17. Fort Vancouver: Kaeleb Cvitkovich 15-28-0-331.

RECEIVING — Castle Rock: Owen Langdon 2-25, Lane Partridge 4-141, Joey Oveross 2-30. Fort Vancouver: Jordan Oldfield 1-(minus-1), Evan Mendez 10-252, Brayden Vilendre 3-63, Anton Hill 1-17.

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