West Valley 46
Mark Bradley scored four touchdowns and the Rams held Toppenish to minus 10 yards rushing for the victory at Clasen Field.
Bradley, who led all rushers with 78 yards on 11 carries, scored on runs of 10, 6 and 5 yards, and added another TD on a 48-yard interception return.
West Valley, which led 33-0 at halftime and 39-0 after three periods, also got touchdowns from Jordan Cluff, Brady Bendall and Garrett Wells.
Joshua McCord got Top-Hi’s score on a 1-yard run.
East Valley 48
WAPATO — Damon Nester threw five touchdown passes, including three to Zach Janis, as the Red Devils rolled.
Nester, a 6-foot-1, 165-pound senior, completed 12 of 15 throws for 260 yards with one interception, and also ran for a 3-yard score. Janis had six catches for 105 yards.
Oscar Martinez, with 74 yards on 13 carries, a 14-yard touchdown and a two-point conversion, was East Valley’s top rusher.
The Red Devils led 35-0 at halftime.
SELAH — Nick Towery threw for 178 yards and three touchdowns — including two to Sean Vergara — and the Vikings defense held the Greyhounds to 171 yards of total offense en route to their first conference victory.
Towery hit Vergara on scoring strikes of 6 and 57 yards, and also found Wyatt Pettyjohn for a 42-yard touchdown. Pettyjohn had six receptions for 85 yards.
Anthony Mendoza threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Lorenzo Sanchez, who had four receptions for 37 yards.
GRANGER — Brady Widner caught two long scoring passes and returned a punt for a score, and Kurt Calhoun ran for 179 yards and two touchdowns as top-ranked Zillah rolled.
Widner, who had four catches for 177 yards, caught scoring passes of 63 and 51 yards from Justin Dunsmore and Anfernee Cortez, respectively. His punt return TD covered 60 yards.
Dunsmore, who was 4 for 4 for 187 yards, also threw a 61-yard scoring pass to Austin Krueger.
Calhoun, who collected his yards on just 12 carries, scored on runs of 1 and 40 yards.
Naches Valley 37
COWICHE — Corey Hill threw for 218 yards and two touchdowns as the Rangers recorded the victory.
Hill, a senior, completed 15 of 25 passes with junior Ryan Widner making 10 catches for 129 yards and a pair of 14-yard scores.
Blake Lukehart carried 19 times for 118 yards and got NV’s first touchdown on a 2-yard run.
Parker Stohr passed for both of Highland’s TDs, hitting Carlos Magana from 23 yards out for the first and Wyatt Peckman from 21 yards out for the other.
Cle Elum 31
La Salle 7
CLE ELUM — Ross Talko led a punishing Cle Elum ground game with 11 carries for 152 yards and a touchdown to power the Warriors, who pulled away late.
Jake Anderson added 89 yards rushing, including two touchdowns for the Warriors, who rolled up 359 rushing yards on 56 carries.
Leading just 12-7 after three quarters, Cle Elum got touchdown runs of 9 and 4 yards from Anderson, and Talko ripped off a 74-yard scoring run as Cle Elum broke the game open.
Lars Parrish added 60 yards rushing and Brennan Burchak ran for 56 more, with both scoring a TD for the winners.
Matt Wellner scored for La Salle, which led 7-6 after one quarter.
BURBANK — Justin McBride accounted for 302 yards of offense and five touchdowns as Burbank got past Goldendale in the SCAC crossover game.
McBride ran for three touchdowns, covering 11, 7 and 15 yards, and threw scoring passes to Christopher Ryckman (25 yards) and Lui Carrasco (50).
Kyle Wilkins scored on a 34-yard run and Devan McGraw caught a 30-yard TD pass from B.J. Walter to lead Goldendale.
CENTRAL WASH. 2B
Lake Roosevelt 14
COULEE DAM — Austin Oursland threw a pair of touchdown passes to help Kittitas (1-0, 1-2) earn the road victory.
Oursland threw an 18-yard TD pass to Eli Ilers to give the Coyotes a 16-7 halftime lead.
Chance Foreman scored on a 13-yard run for Kittitas’ opening score.
SUNNYSIDE — Will Bishop scored on a pair of short runs, and Aaron Enderlin threw a touchdown pass to Tyler Miller to lead Hanford.
Bishop scored on runs of 5 and 1 yard, the second one in the fourth quarter to help the Falcons and hold off a late Sunnyside charge.
The Grizzlies got a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns — on a Marcus Sanchez 14-yard run and a 6-yard pass from Anthony Hererra to Jesus Magallan — but it wasn’t quite enough.
White Swan 40
WHITE SWAN — Tristin Spencer and Joseph Kosik hooked up on a pair of touchdown passes, and Brian Walker also scored twice to lead White Swan to the nonleague win.
Spencer caught touchdown passes of 5 and 20 yards from Kosik, who also threw a 6-yard TD strike to Walker.
Walker scored on a 6-yard run, with both of his scores coming in a 20-point fourth quarter that helped the Cougars break away.
Edgar Diaz ran for 125 yards, including a 77-yard touchdown burst, and Isaac Ochoa caught a 10-yard scoring pass from Alex Prieto to lead Mabton.