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How Clark County College Football Players Fared: Victor caps collegiate career with touchdown in Apple Cup

By , Columbian Sports Editor
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Lincoln Victor was in tears as he walked off the field for the final time as a collegiate football player Saturday. But the Washington State receiver from Union High School can be nothing but proud of his senior season.

Victor played a key role in helping Washington State give Washington a scare in the final Apple Cup with both schools in the Pac-12 Conference.

Washington won 24-21 on a last-second field goal at Husky Stadium. But the Cougars hung close in part because of Victor’s 11 catches for 88 yards. That included an 8-yard touchdown catch that tied the game at 21-21 with 5:58 to play.

“When I motioned over, I saw the coverage spinning, so I knew the ball was gonna end up in my hands,” Victor said after the game. “I actually had a rough point before that drive. I dropped the ball, and I usually make that routine catch. My boys have my back and told me, just next-play mentality. I think over the course of my career, I’ve always done a great job of responding, no matter what the circumstance was. To tie it up, man, it’s just a great feeling.”

After quarterbacking Union to a perfect season and Class 4A state championship in 2018, Victor enrolled at the University of Hawai’i where he appeared in 17 games over two seasons.

After transferring to Washington State, Victor appeared in all 13 games each of the past two seasons. But his senior season saw him take a giant leap forward in on-field production and in leadership as a team captain.

Victor finished with 89 catches for 860 yards — both second-highest on the team — and five touchdowns. That included a school-record 16 catches against Oregon on Oct. 21.

An Apple Cup victory would have been a perfect ending, but Victor ends his collegiate career having been a steadying force at Washington State during a coaching change and the collapse of the Pac-12.

“It’s bittersweet. It came down to a few plays,” Victor said Friday. “Like I said, they were the better team tonight.”

Here’s how other collegiate football players from Clark County  at four-year programs fared.

Adams State

Hezekiah Po Ching, Skyview, Sr., OL — Season over

Chase Roush, Hockinson, So.*, QB

Ashland University (Ohio)

Jovon Sewell, Skyview, Sr., CB — Next: America’s Crossroads Bowl vs. McKendree, Dec. 1

Black Hills State

Jake Blair, Camas, Fr.*, QB — Season over

Charlie Bump, Camas, Fr.*, WR

Central College (Iowa)

Kyle Norton, Evergreen, So., RB/LB — Season over.

 

Central Washington

Josiah Cochran, Skyview, Jr.*, DL — Started at defensive tackle in a 21-7 win over Bemidji State (Minn.) as the Wildcats reached their first NCAA D-II regional final since 2009. Had one tackle and one pass broken up. Next: NCAA D-II quarterfinals vs. Colorado School of Mines, Dec. 2

Dylan Dean, Columbia River, So.*, OL — Did not play.

Ty Evans, Skyview, Fr., DL —  Did not play.

Tyler Flanagan, Woodland, So.*, RB —  Did not play after suffering a injury the previous week in a first-round win over Western Colorado.

Mitchell Johnson, Mountain View, Fr., QB — Did not play.

Vinny Lenzi, Ridgefield, So., LS —  Did not play.

Jarius Phillips, Camas, Fr.*, LB — Did not play.

Titan Phillips, Camas, Jr.*, TE — Did not play.

Ty Snider, Ridgefield, Fr.*, WR — Did not play.

 

Colorado School of Mines

Kenny Wright, Camas, Jr.*, TE — Did not play in a 56-10 win over Augustana in the first round of the NCAA Division-II playoffs. Next: NCAA D-II quarterfinals vs. Central Washington, Dec. 2.

Eastern Oregon

Wyatt Bartroff, Ridgefield, Fr., LB — Season over

Aidan Mallory, Hockinson, Jr., DB —

Yuji Sato, Union, Fr. OL —

Sincere Scruggs, Union, Fr. DB —

Owen Wann, Battle Ground, So., LB

Eastern Washington

Brock Harrison, Ridgefield, Sr.*, DL — Season over

Tyson Jacobson, Camas, Fr., LS —

Jonathan Landry, Evergreen, Fr., DB

Ahmani Williams, Skyview, Jr., LB

George Fox

Connor Delamarter, Ridgefield, So., LB — Season over

Benjamin Rembisz, La Center, Fr., K/P —

Kameron Spencer, Battle Ground, Fr., QB

Idaho

Jonathan Stromberg, Skyview, Fr., TE — Next: FCS Playoffs, first round vs. Southern Illinois, Dec. 2.

Idaho State

Adam Watts, Columbia River, Fr., WR/QB — Season over

Lewis & Clark

Nathan Lien, Evergreen, Sr., OL — Season over

Royall Wilson, Evergreen, So., LB — 

Jack Warren, Heritage, So., LB/DL

Linfield

Tyson Fuehrer, Union, Fr., LB — Season over

Kenyon Johnson, Hockinson, So., CB

Griffin Young, Seton Catholic, Jr., TE

Montana

Cooper Barnum, Skyview, Jr., DB — Next: FCS Playoffs, first round vs. Delaware, Dec. 2.

Peyton Brammer, Hockinson, So.*, TE

Cole Grossman, Skyview, Jr.*, TE

Sawyer Racanelli, Hockinson, Jr.*, WR —

Montana State

Rush Reimer, Camas, Jr., OL — Next: FCS Playoffs, first round vs. North Dakota State, Dec. 2.

Montana State-Northern

Aidan Hoyt, Union, Jr., CB — Season over

Montana Western

Thomas Brown, Washougal, Fr.*, DB — Season over

Nevada

Jacques Badolato-Birdsell, Camas, So.*, RB — Had four carries for 15 yards in a 42-6 loss to Wyoming.

Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV)

Zyell Griffin, Evergreen, Sr, WR — Did not play in a 37-31 loss to San Jose State.

Northern Illinois

C.J. Jordan, Union, So.*, QB — Did not play in a 37-27 win over Kent State.

Notre Dame

Tobias Merriweather, Union, So., WR — Had one catch for 16 yards in a 56-23 win over Stanford.

Oregon

Andrew Boyle, Camas, Jr.*, K/P — Did not play in a 31-7 win over Oregon State.

Pacific Lutheran

Zachary Gable, Mountain View, Fr., DL — Season over

Daymon Gressett, Woodland, Fr., FB

Nate Phongphouvanh, Prairie, Fr., DB —

Pomona-Pitzer

Ryan Rosumny, La Salle (Ore.), Jr., WR — Season over

Alex Wood, Union, Jr., DB

Portland State

Tanner Beaman, Skyview, Fr.*, TE/LB — Season over

Darien Chase, Union, So.*, WR

Fyodor Henrichs-Tarasenkov, Skyview, Fr.*, K

Ben Kapelka, Prairie, Fr., OL

Jalynnee McGee, Skyview, Jr., RB

Hezephaniah Po Ching, Skyview, Fr.,* OL

Rob Silva, Camas, Fr.*, DL

 

Redlands

Connor French, Prairie, Jr., OL — Season over

Rochester

Gavin James-Dues, Mountain View, So., DL — Season over

Southern Oregon

Blake Ascuitto, Camas, Jr.*, QB — Season over

Jackson Clemmer, Camas, Jr.*, TE

Jeremiah Faulstick, Hockinson, So.*, TE

 

Stetson

Hale Prior, Hockinson, So., LB — Season over

Washington

Mason Wheeler, Skyview, Jr.*, WR — Did not play in a 24-21 win over Washington State.

Roice Cleeland, Jesuit (Ore.), Fr., OL — Did not play.

Washington State

Jacob Martin, Freshman, Fr., DB — Played in a backup role in a 24-21 loss to Washington. It was his first collegiate appearance.

Tristan Souza, Camas, Jr.*, DL — Did not play.

Lincoln Victor, Union, Sr., WR — Started at wide receiver. Had 11 catches for 88 yards, including an 8 yard touchdown. Also had one kickoff return for 23 yards, attempted one pass and had one carry for 1 yard.

Weber State

Liam Mallory, Union, Fr., S — Season over

Western Oregon

Jaylen Fite, Evergreen, So.*, WR — Season over

Rocky Mataia, Union, Jr., DL

Andre Northrup, Hockinson, Fr.*, DB

Xavier Owens, Skyview, So.*, DB

Daron Ulrich, Union, Jr., DB

Whitworth

Isaiah Jones, Union, Sr., RB —  Did not play in a 42-20 loss to Wartburg in the second round of the NCAA Division-III Playoffs.

Anthony Kee, Heritage, Sr., WR — Did not play.

Conner McChesney, Union, Fr., OL — Did not play.

Isaiah Sittauer, Battle Ground, Fr., OL — Did not play.

Willamette

Kayden Gonzalez, Hudson’s Bay, So., WR — Season over

Did I miss anyone? E-mail sports editor Micah Rice at micah.rice@columbian.com.

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