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Saturday, December 9, 2023
Dec. 9, 2023

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Non-League Football: Battle Ground 55, Heritage 0

By , Columbian Sports Editor

Ethan Adams threw three touchdown passes as the Tigers improved to 4-0 with a home win.

Adams finished with 233 yards passing, including a 70-yard touchdown to Angel Lopez. He also hit Grayson Gambee for a 13-yard score and Noah Currie for a 10-yard touchdown.

Jacob Champine rushed for two touchdowns and 55 yards on nine carries.


Heritage 0 0 0 0—0

Battle Ground 14 21 13 7—55

First quarter

BG — Grayson Gambee 13 pass from Ethan Adams (Bryland Fick kick)

BG — Jacob Campine 2 run (Fick kick)

Second quarter

BG — Jordan Young 17 run (Fick kick)

BG — Angel Lopez 70 pass from Adams (Fick kick)

BG — Noah Currie 10 pass from Adams (Fick kick)

Third quarter

BG — Jacob Champine 7 run (Fick kick)

BG — Quinten Overholser 53 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

BG — Tristan Harrier 3 run (Fick kick)


RUSHING — Heritage: Evan Buckman 20-30, Owen Daley 2-(minus-12), Isaiah James 1-(minus-1), Colton Wheeler 1-(minus-3), Nathaniel Vega 1-(minus-8). Battle Ground: Jacob Champine 9-55, Jordan Young 2-34, Cody Clarke 1-2, Quinten Oberholser 3-81, Tristan Harrier 5-46, Yamah Abraham 1-20.

PASSING — Heritage: Owen Daley 10-26-2-92, Nathaniel Vega 2-5-0-17. Battle Ground: Ethan Adams 9-12-0-233, Quinten Overholser 1-1-0-33.

RECEIVING — Heritage: Luke Melvin 3-12, Jackson Graham 4-37, Isaiah James 2-17, Jaxon Sharp 3-25, Abraham Romero 1-15. Battle Ground: Grayson Gambee 3-50, Angel Lpoez 2-96, Noah Currie 3-69, Saveliy Tkachenko 2-51.

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