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Toppenish's Manuel Felan is pictured at the Yakima Herald-Republic on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019 in Yakima, Wash. 

Clarkston 48

Toppenish 27

CLARKSTON — Senior quarterback Kaeden Frazier threw for 296 yards and four touchdowns as the seventh-ranked Bantams (9-1) earned a spot in the 2A state playoffs with their seven straight win.

Toppenish quarterback Isaac Perez turned in a huge effort, passing for 269 yards and two touchdowns while running for a career-high 193 yards and two scores.

Perez connected with Matthew Ramirez and Manuel Felan on touchdown passes for the Wildcats, who finished 6-4 for the program's best record since 2010.

Felan and Ramirez had four receptions each for a combined 155 yards.

Toppenish 6 0 7 14 — 27

Clarkston 13 21 14 0 — 48

Clark — Will Sliger 2 run (kick failed)

Clark — Eddie Berglund 6 run (Steve Baiye kick)

Topp — Isaac Perez 36 run (kick failed)

Clark — Tru Allen 66 pass from Kaeden Frazier (Baiye kick)

Clark — Adonis Jackson pass from Frazier (Baiye kick)

Clark — Baiye 30 pass from Frazier (Baiye kick)

Clark — Baiye 55 pass from Frazier (Baiye kick)

Topp — Matthew Ramirez 4 pass from Perez (Erik Rodriguez kick)

Clark — Berglund 69 run (Baiye kick)

Topp — Manuel Felan 30 pass from Perez (Rodriguez kick)

Topp — Perez 10 run (Rodriguez kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Toppenish, Perez 25-193, Felan 7-31, Isaias Ramirez 4-15, Jimenez 3-3, M. Ramirez 1-0, Rangel 2-9. Clarkston, 196 total.

PASSING — Toppenish, Perez 13-27-1-269. Clarkston, Frazier 296 total.

RECEIVING — Toppenish, Felan 4-84, M. Ramirez 4-71, Nick Garza 2-70, Grant 3-44.

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West Valley-Spo 34

Selah 7

SELAH — Matthew Allen threw for 175 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a score as the Eagles, who led 21-7 at halftime, finished the season 7-3.

Selah's Rollin Levon ran for 134 yards on 19 carries for Selah (3-7). Levon scored his 14th touchdown of the season in the second quarter on a 20-yard run.

WV-Spokane 14 7 6 7 — 34

Selah 0 7 0 0 — 7

WV — Alyjouah Rollins 3 pass from Matthew Allen (Dakari Pakootas kick)

WV — Malachi Clark 1 run (Pakootas kick)

Selah — Rollin Levon 20 run (kick good)

WV — Treden Davis 38 pass from Allen (Pakootas kick)

WV — Allen 41 run (kick failed)

WV — Davis 4 pass from Allen (Pakootas kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — WV-Spokane, Malachi Clark 24-159, Matthew Allen 6-49, Isaac Smeltzer 11-48. Selah, Levon 19-134, Jeremy Fife 2-19, Caden Harris 2-4, Jose Valencia 1-1.

PASSING — WV-Spokane, Allen 16-22-0-175. Selah, Jovanni Garcia 6-17-1-54.

RECEIVING — WV-Spokane, Rollins 5-51, Davis 3-53, Kamron Holly 3-35, Smeltzer 2-5, Kobin Carver 1-16, Tanner Cassell 1-14, Clark 1-1. Selah, Gabe McMillan 2-19, Jaden Frisch 2-14, Chase Ergeson 1-12, Finn Glasser 1-9.

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Cheney 40

East Valley 7

CHENEY — Alex Long threw three touchdown passes, including two in the Blackhawks' breakaway 27-point third quarter.

Aiden Estill's touchdown run in the first quarter gave the Red Devils the early lead, and EV was even with Cheney at 7-7 at the break.

East Valley finished the season 4-6.

East Valley 7 0 0 0 — 7

Cheney 0 7 27 6 — 40

EV — Aiden Estill 6 run (Dillan Morrow kick)

Che — Kaiden Custer 35 pass from Alex Long (Alex Petropoulos kick)

Che — Dalton Harriett 9 run (Petropoulos kick)

Che — Harriett 1 run (Petropoulos kick)

Che — Ryan Rieckmann 79 pass from Long (Petropoulos kick)

Che — Rieckmann 41 pass from Long (kick failed)

Che — Gabe Gerber 15 run (kick failed)

Individual statistics were not available at press time.

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La Salle 57

River View 12

Junior Ryan Kershaw ran for 268 yards on just 13 carries and scored six touchdowns as the second-ranked Lightning (10-0) punched its ticket to the 1A state playoffs at Marquette Stadium.

Kershaw scored on runs of 14, 27, 55, 23 yards in the first half and from 24 and 7 yards out in the third quarter.

Quarterback Kieran Kershaw ran for 180 yards on only six carries and scored two touchdowns and he added 107 yards passing.

River View 0 0 0 12 — 12

La Salle 27 16 14 0 — 57

LS — Kieran Kershaw 5 run (Nathan Ponce kick)

LS — Ryan Kershaw 14 run (Ponce kick)

LS — R. Kershaw 27 run (Ponce kick)

LS — R. Kershaw 55 run (kick failed)

LS — R. Kershaw 23 run (kick failed)

LS — K. Kershaw 70 run (Ponce kick)

LS — FG Ponce 37

LS — R. Kershaw 24 run (Ponce kick)

LS — R. Kershaw 7 run (Ponce kick)

RV — 25 pass (PAT failed)

RV — 4 pass (PAT failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — La Salle, R. Kershaw 13-268, K. Kershaw 6-180, Kannon Quesnell 1-5, Axcel Valladares 1-4, Sahil Randhawa 1-2.

PASSING — La Salle, K. Kershaw 7-12-0-107.

RECEIVING — La Salle, Nathan Sedgwick 3-63, Randhawa 3-37, R. Kershaw 1-7.

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Zillah 49

Warden 0

ZILLAH — Clay Delp had two rushing touchdowns and two passing touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the Cougars and into the Class 1A state tournament.

Delp was 8 of 15 for 185 passing yards and scores of 35 and 38-yards while adding 92 rushing yards and touchdown runs of 51 and 2-yards.

Braydon Flood had two rushing touchdowns and Wesley Avila added one score for Zillah (9-1).

Sebastian Godina and Juan Avalos had receiving touchdowns for the Leopards.

Warden 0 0 0 0 — 0

Zillah 7 21 14 7 — 49

Zillah — Clay Delp 51 run (Jorge Espinoza kick)

Zillah — Delp 2 run (Espinoza kick)

Zillah — Braydon Flood 1 run (Espinoza kick)

Zillah — Wesley Avila 5 run (Espinoza kick)

Zillah — Sebastian Godina 35 pass from Delp (Espinoza kick)

Zillah — Juan Avalos 38 pass from Delp (Espinoza kick)

Zillah — Flood 3 run (Espinoza kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Warden, Holden Haworth 7-23, Ryan Arredondo 4-(minus 28), Tyson Wall 5-19. Zillah, Delp 4-92, Flood 11-43, W. Avila 3-16, Avalos 1-16, Mason Landdeck 3-65.

PASSING — Warden, Arredondo 11-26-1-122. Zillah, Delp 8-15-0-185.

RECEIVING — Warden, Wall 1-12, Kaden Skone 4-51, Haworth 1-4, Edgar Hernandez 3-25, Ayzaiah Pruneda 2-38. Zillah, Godina 4-86, Avalos 2-57, Landdeck 1-24, Wiley Karas 1-18.

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Cle Elum 20

Wapato 12

CLE ELUM — The Warriors earned their first win of the season thanks to a defense that came up with five interceptions, including Tyler Woods' pick with less than a minute left to preserve the victory.

Michael Martinez scored both of Wapato's touchdowns, giving the junior 16 for the season.

Wapato 0 6 6 0 — 12

Cle Elum 8 6 6 0 — 20

CE — 4 run (pass good)

Wap — Michael Martinez 22 pass from Braden Richardson (run failed)

CE — 8 run (run failed)

CE — 10 pass (pass failed)

Wap — Martinez 34 run (run failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Wapato, Martinez 4-69, Timoeteo Levasa 12-26, Isaid Delgadillo 4-11, Richardson 1-3. Cle Elum, Tyler Woods 15-53, Josh Smith 8-64, Nick Cannon 13-(minus 12).

PASSING — Wapato, Richardson 9-16-4-75, Levasa 0-1-1-0, Martinez 0-2-0-0. Cle Elum, Smith 4-5-0-62.

RECEIVING — Wapato, Martinez 6-52, Thompson Parrish 1-20, Delgadillo 1-3. Cle Elum, Woods 2-13, Cannon 1-40.

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Connell 55

Naches Valley 7

CONNELL — The Eagles improved to 7-3 and advanced to the 1A state playoffs with the SCAC district crossover victory.

Naches Valley, the West's No. 3 seed with a 4-2 divisional record, finished 4-6 overall.

No other details were received at press time.

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Royal 82

Goldendale 3

ROYAL CITY — Caleb Christensen completed five passes with three touchdowns and five different running backs scored for the top-ranked and unbeaten Knights (10-0).

Lorenzo Myrick caught two of Christensen's scoring passes in the winner-to-state SCAC crossover.

Goldendale 0 0 0 3 — 3

Royal 42 27 7 6 — 82

Go — FG Justin DeMott 35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Goldendale, Brayden Kenny 7-15, DeMott 2-(minus 2), Caleb Smith 4-(minus 8), James Hastings 15-(minus 5). Royal, Lorenzo Myrick 4-31, Gage Jenks 2-20, Aldo Farias 1-13, Gunnar Livingston 1-14, Eliott Delay 1-17, Eric Myrick 1-10, Kaleb Hernandez 2-32, Dylan Allred 3-2, Andon Delfoe 1-5, Gunnar Anderson 1-4.

PASSING — Goldendale, Hastings 8-19-3-43, DeMott 3-5-0-17. Royal, Christensen 5-6-0-91, Derek Bergerson 1-1-0-50.

RECEIVING — Goldendale, Kenny 4-17, Smith 2-27, Andrew Lund 2-10, Skylar Lowe 2-10, DeMott 1-(minus 4). Royal, L. Myrick 3-58, Cooper Christensen 1-50, Carter Dorsing 1-22.

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College Place 55

Granger 16

GRANGER — The Spartans finished the regular season with a loss to College Place.

No other details were reported.

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Brewster 60

White Swan 48

WHITE SWAN — Christian Ceballos passed for 210 yards and three touchdowns and Cameron Garcia ran for 220 yards and two scores for the Cougars, who put up 505 yards of offense but couldn't keep up with the Bears in the winner-to-state game.

Garcia scored on runs of 2 and 55 yards and Ceballos added a 25-yard touchdown run for White Swan, which finished 5-4 a year after going winless. 

Brewster 14 20 14 12 — 60

White Swan 8 16 16 8 — 48

WS — Cameron Garcia 2 run (Josh Harvey run)

WS — Devin Sampson-Craig 32 pass from Christian Ceballos (Harvey run)

WS — Garcia 55 run (Harvey run)

WS — Kupkana Leavitt 30 pass from Ceballos (Harvey run)

WS — Ceballos 25 run (Harvey run)

WS — Jermaine Bass 45 pass from Ceballos (Leavitt pass from Ceballos)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — White Swan, Garcia 24-220, Ceballos 8-45, Harvey 3-15, Bass 2-10, Taylin Lewis 1-5.

PASSING — White Swan, Ceballos 20-34-1-210.

RECEIVING — White Swan, Sampson-Craig 8-110, Leavitt 11-55, Bass 1-45.

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Tonasket 35

Kittitas 7

TONASKET — The Coyotes led 7-0 after the first quarter with a rushing touchdown, but the Tigers scored twice in the second period to pull ahead in the District 5-6 winner-to-state crossover.

Winner of five of its last six, Tonasket improved to 7-2 and will advance to the first round of the 2B state playoffs next week. 

Kittitas 7 0 0 0 — 7

Tonasket 0 14 7 14 — 35

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LATE THURSDAY

Sunnyside 56

Moses Lake 0

SUNNYSIDE — Logan Rodriguez threw for 361 yards and five touchdowns as the Grizzlies locked up a share of the CBBN league title Thursday night.

Rodriguez connected on 19 of 24 passes with Mike Rivera hauling in eight catches for 168 yards and two scores. Jonathan Sanchez, Arturo Fernandez and Devin Escamilla also caught touchdown passes.

Fernandez picked up 90 yards rushing on 14 carries, and Escamilla added 71 yards on the ground with two touchdowns.

Sunnyside will travel to Moses Lake on Saturday for a tiebreaker with Wenatchee and Eastmont that will determine the league's two state qualifiers. The Grizzlies will play Eastmont at 1 p.m. for one berth and the loser will face Wenatchee for the second berth.

Sunnyside 28 14 14 0 — 56

Moses Lake 0 0 0 0 — 0

RUSHING — Sunnyside, Arturo Fernandez 14-90, Devin Escamilla 6-71, Devontay Herrera 3-3, Guillermo Reyes 2-0, Logan Rodriguez 2-(minus 19).

PASSING — Sunnyside, Rodriguez 19-24-0-361.

RECEIVING — Sunnyside, Mike Rivera 8-168, Jonathan Sanchez 4-35, Escamilla 2-85, Fernandez 2-44, Adrian Pedroza 2-22, Reyes 1-7.