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Dec. 9, 2023

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1A Trico football: Seton Catholic 35, Columbia-White Salmon 20

The Columbian

Jacob Williams rushed for a game-high 185 yards on eight carries, including two touchdown runs of 70 or more yards, to help keep the Cougars undefeated on the season at 5-0. 

Williams had touchdown runs of 70 and 90 yards in the first and fourth quarters, respectively. Joe Callerame added a special-teams score — an 88-yard kickoff return touchdown. 


SC 14 7 7 7 – 35

CWS 6 0 14 0 – 20

First quarter

CWS — Landon Castilla 39 run (kick failed)

SC — Jacob Williams 70 run (Woods kick)

SC — Joe Callerame 5 run (Wood kick)

Second quarter

SC — Ryker Ruelas 30 pass from Kolten Gesser (Woods kick)

Third quarter

CWS — Wongani Schlegel 33 run (Castilla run)

CWS — Hunberto Pulido 5 run (pass failed)

SC — Callerame 88 kickoff return (Woods kick)

Fourth quarter

SC — Williams 90 run (Woods kick)

Rushing: Seton Catholic — Jacob Williams 8-185; Columbia-White Salon — Landon Castilla 31-174, Wongani Schlegel 14-78, Humberto Pulido 11-53, Petey Schlegel 8-27.

Passing: Seton Catholic — Kolten Gesser 4-14-1-91; Columbia-White Salmon — Wyatt Stelma 0-2-0-0.

Receiving: Seton Catholic — Ryker Ruelas 3-89, Ryan Stuck 1-5.

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