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Dec. 3, 2023

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Non-League Football: Battle Ground 43, Mark Morris 0

The Columbian

Jacob Champine scored three touchdowns and Ethan Adams passed for 210 yards as Battle Ground opened the season with a 43-0 win over Mark Morris at Longview Memorial Stadium.

Adams, a sophomore, completed 16 of 19 passes with two touchdowns. He also rushed for 42 yards.

The Tigers took advantage of three fumble recoveries to build a 35-0 halftime lead.

Champine had two rushing touchdowns and a touchdown reception.

Mark Morris was held to just 43 yards of total offense.


Battle Ground 14 21 6 2 — 43

Mark Morris 0 0 0 0 — 0

First quarter

BG — Jordan Young 5 run (Bryland Fick kick)

BG — Jacob Champine 7 run (Fick kick)

Second quarter

BG — Noah Currie fumble recovery in end zone (Fick kick)

BG — Champine 34 pass from Ethan Adams (Fick kick)

BG — Grayson Gambee 25 pass from Adams (Fick kick)

Third quarter

BG — Champine 16 run (kick blocked)

Fourth quarter

BG — Safety, runner tackled in end zone


RUSHING — Battle Ground: Jordan Young 5-45, Jacob Champine 6-40, Ethan Adams 7-42, Cody Clarke 4-33, Tristan Harrier 4-18, Quinten Overholser 2-11, Dominick Rivas 1-1, Artem Bahnyuk 3-(-2), team 1-(-1). Mark Morris: Kenneth Mullen 14-11, Cade Warren 6-8, Asa Pineda 3-6, Brady Schlecht 3-3, Aimen Flemens 1-3, Nathan Stephens 2-(-5), team 2-(-22).

PASSING — Battle Ground: Ethan Adams 16-19-1-210, Quinten Overholser 1-1-0-(-2). Mark Morris: Cade Warren 2-3-0-40; Nathan Stephens 1-1-0-(-3).

RECEIVING — Battle Ground: Saveily Tkachenko 3-37, Angel Lopez 3-57, Grayson Gambee 3-41, Jacob Champine 3-41, Artem Bahnyuk 3-36, Jordan Young 1-1, Owen Mereen 1-(-2). Mark Morris: Decker Bartell 1-13, Daniel VandenBerg 1-27, Charlie Jones 1-(-3).

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