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Week 4 football highlights: Hudson’s Bay goes to 4-0 with 28-24 win over Ridgefield

By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
Published: September 23, 2023, 3:18pm

Rafael Bauman returned the ensuing kickoff 86 yards for a touchdown with 2:22 left, sending Hudson’s Bay with a 28-24 win over Ridgefield in a 2A Greater St. Helens League game on Saturday.

Bauman’s return came after Ridgefield took a 24-21 lead on Brandon Rogers’ 22-yard field goal.

“After they kicked that field, my coach says the most important play is the next play,” Bauman said. “So I just had to flush that, and try to get it back, and we did.”

The win improved Bay to 4-0 on the season for the first time since 2001. The Eagles also are the only 2-0 team in the 2A GSHL.

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Seton Catholic 59, Stevenson 0

For the first time in school history, Seton Catholic (4-0) has begun a season undefeated through the first four weeks. The victory marked the lopsided victory in program history. 

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Skyview 42, Kamiak 6

Riley Artis caught two touchdowns passes as Skyview routed Kamiak of Mukilteo 42-6 on Saturday in Everett.

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The Dalles 15, Fort Vancouver 8

After jumping out to an 8-0 lead in the first quarter, the Trappers could not add on in a non-league loss at Kiggins Bowl

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Washougal 48, Mark Morris 14

Holden Bea threw for five touchdowns and rushed for another as the Panthers won on the road

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Mountain View 37, Hanford 31

Mountain View scored touchdowns on each of its first five drives of the first half, then held off a hard-charging Hanford Falcons team to win its third straight non-league game Friday.

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Kalama 48, King’s Way Christian 14

Kalama quarterback Aiden Brown compiled 340 yards of offense and had five touchdowns, leading the Chinooks to a 48-14 win over King’s Way Christian in a non-league football game on Friday night at Chinook Stadium.

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La Center 41, Connell 28

Houston Coyle rushed for two touchdowns, threw for another and returned the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown as the Wildcats won on the road.

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Glacier Peak 21, Evergreen 0

Glacier Peak posted a 21-0 win, the most points given up this season by a stout Evergreen defense, and the Plainsmen’s offense, limited to just 139 total yards, never got on track.

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Columbia River 26, Woodland 20

Senior quarterback Ethan Long threw for 288 yards, 239 in the first half, and three touchdowns and Chris Parkin added 190 yards in total offense as Columbia River beat Woodland 26-20 on Friday.

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Battle Ground 55, Heritage 0

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

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Camas 35, Kelso 23

Titan Brody rushed for 163 yards on just 13 carries as the visiting Papermakers used big plays to keep Kelso at bay.

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Union 27, Prairie 13

Against Prairie, Union’s defense stepped up with a dominant second half, allowing just 68 yards. That’s the type of performance needed once 4A Greater St. Helens League play arrives in three weeks.

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Hockinson 30, R.A. Long 22

After dominating the first half, Hockinson had to withstand a fourth-quarter comeback to escape with a 30-22 win over R.A. Long in a 2A Greater St. Helens League game on Thursday.

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Elma 27, Columbia-White Salmon 6

Columbia-White Salmon fell to 0-4 on the season with a road loss. No other details reported.

Montesano 35, Castle Rock 7

The Bulldogs (4-0 overall) did what they have done all season long, used an efficient offense and stout defense to put Castle Rock (1-3) in a first-half hole it would never dig out of.

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