Yelm 8, Camas 7
The Tornados blocked Camas’ potential 18-yard game-winning field goal to take over on downs and run out the clock after the Papermakers marched 65 yards down the field in less than 2 minutes to put themselves in a position for the win.
La Center 43, Hockinson 7
La Center scored touchdowns on all six of its first-half drives, while holding Hockinson scoreless with just 66 total yards through two quarters.
Nooksack Valley 35, Mountain View 21
Despite some big-play moments of brilliance, the challenges were too much for the Thunder, who fell to a top-ranked Class 1A team in coach Aaron Hart’s debut at Mountain View.
Woodland 44, Kalama 30
Junior running back Elijah Anderson rushed for 168 yards and sophomore running back Karsen Northcutt added 87 rushing yards as Woodland defeated Kalama 44-30 at Beaver Stadium on Friday.
Hudson’s Bay 31, Heritage 7
Rafael and Aqeel Bauman each had long touchdown runs in the third quarter as Hudson’s Bay rushed for 373 yards in a 31-7 win over Heritage on Friday at Kiggins Bowl.
Auburn 14, Prairie 12
In a game that was filled with injury stoppages, penalties, and turnovers Prairie fell to Auburn 14-12 as a late field goal was blocked Friday at District Stadium.
R.A. Long 19, Castle Rock 14
After going winless last year, R.A. Long opened the season with a 19-14 win over Castle Rock behind three touchdown passes from TreMayne Jenkins.
Evergreen 14, Eisenhower 12
Josiah Alanis’ interception late in the fourth quarter sealed the Plainsmen’s road victory in Yakima in a game coach Christian Swain called a “defensive battle.”
Ridgefield 27, W.F. West 21
Brayden Malella broke a 21-21 tie with 11:09 to play with a quarterback keeper to give Ridgefield a 27-21 win on Friday in Chehalis.
Seton Catholic 32, Rochester 30
Linebacker Tru Feldman stopped a two-point attempt with 1:35 to play as the Cougars opened the season with a dramatic road win at Rochester on Friday.
Stevenson 20, King’s Way Christian 14
Stevenson held off a fervent second-half comeback to edge King’s Way Christian 20-14 in a 1A Trico league football game on Friday night at S.R. Preece Memorial Stadium.
O’Dea 40, Union 0
Union lost starting quarterback Mitch Ratigan to an injury on the third play of the game and little else went right for the Titans in a 40-0 loss to O’Dea of Seattle on Friday in West Seattle.
Battle Ground 43, Mark Morris 0
Jacob Champine rushed for two touchdowns and caught another as the Battle Ground rolled over Mark Morris 43-0 on Friday in Longview.
Timberline 31, Kelso 3
Ronaldo Salazar-Gonzalez had two touchdown runs in a 22-point fourth quarter as Timberline pulled away for a 31-3 win over Kelso on Friday.
West Seattle 24, Columbia River 19
Ethan Long had a touchdown run and touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, but Columbia River’s late rally fell short in a 24-19 loss at West Seattle on Friday.
Goldendale 50, Columbia-White Salmon 15
Josh Smith rushed for 109 yards and two touchdowns to lead Goldendale to a 50-15 win over Columbia-White Salmon in Goldendale on Friday.
Washougal 45, River Ridge 8 (Thu.)
it was all Washougal (1-0) from start to finish against the Hawks of Lacey. The Panthers put up nearly 400 yards of offense while scoring points on all but two possessions.