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Saturday, December 2, 2023
Dec. 2, 2023

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2A GSHL Football: Woodland 33, Washougal 28

Andersen scores four touchdowns as Beavers stun league favorite


WASHOUGAL – Woodland junior Elijah Andersen collected 181 yards receiving, 152 yards rushing and four touchdowns as the Beavers won a 33-28 shootout over Washougal in a 2A Greater St. Helens League football game on Friday night at Fishback Stadium.

The Beavers (2-1 overall, 1-0 2A GSHL) scored touchdowns on five of its last six possessions before kneeling out the ballgame, storming to 370 total yards in the win.

Washougal (2-1 overall, 0-1 2A GSHL) played from behind the entire game, fighting to within a touchdown three times in the second half, but couldn’t close the gap on the explosive Beavers offense.

Holden Bea led the Panthers with 206 yards passing and 66 yards rushing, connecting for two touchdowns with Sam Evers, who finished with 82 yards receiving.


Woodland 0 13 7 13 – 33

Washougal 0 7 7 14 – 28

Second Quarter

Wdld – Elijah Andersen 85 pass from Brett Martynowicz (Diego Almodovar kick), 8:34

Wsgl – Sam Evers 24 pass from Holden Bea (Koby Johnson kick), 5:26

Wdld – Andersen 2 run (kick blocked), 1:09

Third Quarter

Wdld – Chase Hall 12 pass from Martynowicz (Almodovar kick), 7:52

Wsgl – Mercy Johnston 19 run (Johnson kick), 4:09

Fourth Quarter

Wdld – Andersen 2 run (Almodovar kick), 11:48

Wsgl – Evers 32 pass from Bea (Johnson kick), 10:12

Wdld – Andersen 45 pass from Martynowicz (kick miss), 5:44

Wsgl – Harry DeShazer 24 pass from Kaden Fautt, 1:17


RUSHING – Woodland, Elijah Andersen 30-152, Karson Northcut 9-12. Washougal, Will Cooper 10-70, Holden Bea 66, Mercy Johnston 5-46.

PASSING – Woodland, Brett Martynowicz 11-17-1-295. Washougal, Holden Bea 13-20-0-206, Kaden Fautt 1-1-0-24.

RECEIVING – Woodland, Elijah Andersen 4-181, Chase Hall 5-91, Karson Northcut 1-17, Nathan Proctor 1-6. Washougal, Sam Evers 4-82, Presscott Lenhart 4-66, Harry DeShazer 2-36, Cooper Maxey 2-11, Will Cooper 1-21, Deondrae Goodell 1-14.

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