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Turnovers hurt Woodland in 2A state playoff loss to Clarkston

Beavers’ season ends at 8-3

The Columbian
Published: November 11, 2023, 6:40pm

Woodland, the 2A Greater St. Helens League champion, saw its season come to an end in the Class 2A football state playoffs Saturday with a 44-6 loss to Clarkston.

It was Woodland’s first trip to the state playoffs since 2005 as a Class 1A program. The Bantams advance to face top-seed Tumwater in the 2A state quarterfinals.

The Beavers (8-3) committed seven turnovers, including two interceptions returned for touchdowns by Clarkston in the first half. The Bantams raced out to a 23-0 halftime advantage. 

Woodland cut the deficit to 30-6 on Karson Northcutt’s 30-yard touchdown reception.


Woodland 0 0 6 0— 6

Clarkston 7 16 7 14—44

First quarter

C — Ryken Craber 48 pass from Carter Steinwand (Traysen Hagen kick)

Second quarter

C — Hagen FG 25

C — Sage Lone Bear 42 interception return (kick failed)

C — Milo Kunnap 28 interception return (Hagen Kick)

Third quarter

C — Steinwand 4 run (Hagen kickP)

W — Karsen Northcut 27 pass from Brett Martynowicz (pass failed)

Fourth quarter

C — Steinwand 3 run (Hagen kick)

C — JJ Di Sarno 2 run (Hagen kick)


RUSHING — Woodland: Elijah Andersen 13-46, Karsen Northcut 7-12, Brett Martynowicz 1-(-3).

PASSING — Woodland: Brett Martynowicz 7-12-3-116, Andersen 2-5-1-54.

RECEIVING — Woodland: Chase Hall 3-85, Andersen 4-31, Northcut 2-33, Zach Young 1-17.