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Dec. 7, 2023

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2A Greater St. Helens League football: Columbia River 45, R.A. Long 13

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Chris Parkin rushed for 144 yards and three touchdowns as Columbia River rallied for a slow start to rout R.A. Long 45-13 on Friday in a 2A Greater St. Helens League game in Longview.

Brayden Schiefer returned to action after suffering a shoulder injury two weeks, sparking a 21-point second quarter as the Rapids took a 21-7 halftime lead.

In the fourth play after entering the game in the second quarter, Schiefer hit Ha’aheo Delarose for a 62-yard touchdown pass, tying the game 7-7.

Schiefer finished 9 of 14 for 144 yards and two touchdowns.

River tacked on 21 more points in the third quarter to go up 42-13.

River (2-3, 2-1 2A GSHL) plays at Hockinson next Friday. R.A. Long (1-4, 0-3) hosts Woodland.


River 0 21 21 3—45

RAL 7 0 6 0—13

First quarter

RAL — Aeybel Milian 28 pass from Nicholas Niday (Jacob Isaacson kick)

Second quarter

CR — Ha’aheo Delarose 62 pass from Brayden Schiefer (Aedan Pena kick)

CR — Chris Parkin 30 run (A. Pena kick)

CR — Savion McCoy 9 run (A. Pena kick)

Third quarter

CR — Parkin 37 run (A. Pena kick)

RAL — Koynn Williamdyke 38 pass from Niday (pass failed)

CR — Tommy Blau 37 pass from Schiefer (A. Pena kick)

CR — Parkin 47 run (A. Pena kick)

Fourth quarter

CR — A. Pena 22 FG


RUSHING — Columbia River: Parkin 11-144, McCoy 5-32, Schiefer 2-17, Ethan Long 4-13, Delarose 3-3, Levi Hongel 1-1.

PASSING — Columbia River: Schiefer 9-14-0-144, Long 2-5-0-12, Ethan Bumgarner 2-2-0-10, Cole Pearson 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING — Columbia River: Delarose 3-73, T. Blau 2-39, Preston Shearer 1-27, Parker 1-11, Hayden Rapp 1-10, Ezekiel Kamakea 1-3, Noah Rendon 1-2, McCoy 1-(-6).

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