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Week 1 prep football highlights: Skyview’s defense shines in shutout win over Jesuit

By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
Published: September 2, 2023, 1:32am

The Storm got contributions from all over its defense as Skyview shut out Jesuit of Beaverton, Ore., 28-0 to open at the season at Kiggins Bowl.

“We didn’t give up any points against a very good team that’s going to win a lot of games,” Skyview coach Steve Kizer said. “I’m just really pleased with how our kids played on defense.”

Jerrid Secor returned an interception 29 for a touchdown, Andrew Orioro recovered a fumble, Riley Artis had an interception and Alexander Sederstrom had two sacks against a Jesuit line that outsized the Storm.

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Fort Vancouver 20, Vashon Island 7 (Sat.)

Junior quarterback Caleb Hyde and junior receiver Kyler Smith connected for two of the three touchdowns in a wire-to-wire home win for the Trappers — their first season-opening victory since 2005.

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.”

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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