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Sunnyside 41, West Valley 35

SUNNYSIDE — Grizzlies quarterback Logan Rodriguez threw his fifth touchdown pass of the game in the final 10 seconds of a back-and-forth game to lift Sunnyside to a win over its league rival.

Sunnyside jumped out to a 19-0 lead, but West Valley rallied to go ahead 28-19. The Grizzlies scored the next 15 points before Rams quarterback Skyler Cassel hit Drew Johnson for an 85-yard touchdown pass with less than three minutes remaining.

Cassel finished with 404 yards passing, and Sunnyside's Myles Newhouse ran for 176 yards on 35 carries.

West Valley will host Davis while Sunnyside travels to Wenatchee next week.

West Valley=0=14=7=7=—=35

Sunnyside=7=12=7=15=—=41

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Su, Myles Newhouse 35-176.

PASSING — WV, Skyler Cassel 26-46-2-404. Su, Logan Rodriguez 26-46-0-338-5 TDs.

RECEIVING — WV, Drew Johnson 8-198-2 TDs, Ben Trammell 7-87-2 TDs. Su, Newhouse 5-46-1, Brent Maldonado 9-128-2, Noah McNair 7-138-2.

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Davis 21, East Valley 6

CWAC

Ellensburg 18, Selah 12

ELLENSBURG — Riley Gibson scored from a yard out with 1:17 left to keep Ellensburg unbeaten in CWAC play.

The Bulldogs rallied from an early 9-0 deficit thanks to a pair of rushing touchdowns for quarterback Ryker Fortier, who finished with 70 yards on 13 carries and also threw for 85 yards. Selah quarterback Andrew Moore ran for 47 yards and a touchdown while Jack Kuhn kicked a pair of field goals for the Vikings, including one to tie the score early in the fourth quarter.

Ellensburg will travel to Grandview and Selah’s set to host Othello next week.

Selah=6=3=0=3=--=12

Ellensburg=0=6=6=6=--=18

Sel — Andre Moore 23 run (kick failed)

Sel — FG Jack Kuhn 27

Ell — Ryker Fortier 10 run (kick failed)

Ell — Fortier 1 run (run failed)

Sel — FG Kuhn 24

Ell — Riley Gibson 1 run (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Selah, Ethan Garza 17-51, Moore 11-47, Clayton Westfall 4-39, Dillon Huffines 2-3, Kuhn 1-(minus-6); Ellensburg, Fortier 13-70, Gibson 13-43, George Wright 3-22, Logan Stolen 1-3, TEAM 1-(minus-3).

PASSING — Selah, Moore 13-25-0-88; Ellensburg, Fortier 6-11-1-85.

RECEIVING — Selah, Shaun Salveson 3-26, Kuhn 3-25, Sam Rees 3-11, Ethan Garza 2-16, Ethan Lakey 2-10; Ellensburg, Wright 5-74, Emmett Hoyt 1-11.

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Prosser 21, Grandview 3

PROSSER — The Mustangs trailed 3-0 at half without quarterback Kaiden Rivera, but Jo Sonnichsen threw touchdowns to help them rally in their league opener. Zach Castilleja added a late 16-yard touchdown run for Prosser, which will play at Ellensburg on Oct. 8 after a bye week.

Grandview=3=0=0=0=—=3

Prosser=0=0=7=14=—=21

Gra — FG Diamond Carrasco 28

Pro — Marcus Smith 23 pass from Jo Sonnichsen (Ryan Beightol kick)

Pro — Anthony Martin 45 pass from Jo Sonnichsen (Beightol kick)

Pro — Zach Castilleja 16 run (Beightol kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Prosser, Cade Harris 7-30, Sonnichsen 3-14, Jacob Rainer 3-17; Martin 2-20, Neo Medrano 3-13, Castilleja 1-16.

PASSING — Prosser, Sonnichsen 8-15-0-85, Rainer 10-16-0-66.

RECEIVING — Prosser, Trent Russell 3-14, Chris Veloz 4-32, Harris 2-(minus-2), Isaac Kernan 3-13, Sonnichsen 1-11, Beightol 2-7, Smith 1-23, AJ Gonzalez 1-8, Martin 1-45.

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Nonleague

Naches Valley 52, College Place 20

NACHES — Running back Mitchell Helgert found the end zone twice and Grant Osborn threw touchdowns to three different receivers to carry the Rangers in a rout.

Naches Valley scored 26 points in the first quarter, highlighted by a 45-yard punt return and a 25-yard touchdown reception for Julian Rodriguez. Garren Gooler added a 35-yard touchdown catch and Jett Hires scored on a 38-yard reception as Osborn completed 9 of 11 passes for an efficient 204 yards.

He also led the Rangers' rushing attack with 42 yards on four carries, just ahead of Helgert's 40 yards on six carries. Naches Valley's scheduled to play its final nonleague game at Kiona-Benton next Friday.

Naches Valley=26=13=13=0=—=52

College Place=0=6=8=6=—=20

NV — Mitchell Helgert 12 run (kick failed)

NV — Julian Rodriguez 45 punt return (Lucas Ross kick)

NV — Noah Robles 5 run (Ross kick)

NV — Rodriguez 25 pass from Grant Osborn (kick failed)

NV — Thane Denny 13 run (Ross kick)

CP — 28 pass from Nicholas Josifek (kick failed)

NV — Helgert 13 run (kick failed)

NV — Garren Gooler 35 pass from Osborn (kick failed)

CP — 80 pass from Josifek (2 pt conversion good)

NV — Jett Hires 38 pass from Osborn (Ross kick)

CP — touchdown

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Naches Valley, Osborn 4-42, Helgert 6-40, Denny 9-23, Xander Hires 1-21, Robles 1-5, Dylan Kohl 1-(minus-7); College Place, Noel Barajas 2-32, Josifek 2-(minus-11).

PASSING — Naches Valley, Osborn 9-11-0-204; College Place, Josifek 10-21-0-198.

RECEIVING — Naches Valley, Gooler 2-57, Helgert 1-45, J. Hires 1-38, X. Hires 3-27, Rodriguez 1-25, Rest of team 1-12; College Place, Davis Fry 2-39, Rest of team 8-159.

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Toppenish 21, Quincy 13

QUINCY — Josh Perez threw for a touchdown and ran for two more to lead Toppenish to another nonleague win.

Jason Grant’s 18-yard touchdown reception put the Wildcats up early and they managed to hold the lead the rest of the way. Jose Torres ran for 77 yards out of the Toppenish backfield and Grant caught four passes for 85 yards.

Toppenish will open SCAC West play at home against Wapato next Friday.

Toppenish=6=9=0=6=—=21

Quincy=0=7=6=0==13

Top — Jason Grant 18 pass from Josh Perez (kick failed)

Top — FG Eric Alejandre 27

Qui — 53 run (kick good)

Top — Perez 7 run (kick failed)

Qui — 1 run (kick failed)

Top — Perez 2 run (kick failed)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Toppenish Jose Torres 14-77, Anthony Ozuna 11-59, Josh Perez 6-14, Jason Grant 1-(minus-6), Nicolas Cortes Jr. 1-(minus-1); Quincy 33-156.

PASSING — Toppenish, Perez 7-15-0-160, Izaiah Maldonado 0-1-1-0; Quincy 4-10-77.

RECEIVING — Toppenish, Grant 4-85, Shane Rivera 3-48, Cortes 1-15, Torres 1-12. Quincy 4-77.

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River View 28, Granger 0

GRANGER — Ricky Cisneros ran for 59 yards in a loss for the Spartans.

River View=0=21=7=0=—=28

Granger=0=0=0=0=—=0

RV — Ajani Fornos 3 run (kick failed)

RV — Pio Guzman 44 pass from Fornos (run good)

RV — Guzman 14 pass from Fornos (run failed)

RV — Austin Eckert 19 pass from Fornos (Guzman pass from Fornos good)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — River View, Fornos 11-26, Miguel Farias 22-138, Clayon Reed 2-4, Eckert 4-49; Granger, Lionell Castro 11-21, Danny Torres 3-10, Ricky Cisneros 18-59, Chris Villa 4-17.

PASSING — River View, Fornos 10-14-0-140; Granger, Cisneros 2-7-1-19.

RECEIVING — River View, Guzman 5-94, Ethan King 2-19, Claton Reed 1-3, David Olivera 1-3, Eckert 1-19; Granger, Torres 1-6, Villa 1-13.

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Warden 72, Highland 0

HIGHLAND — The Scotties fell to 0-4 with another nonleague loss.

Warden=30=26=8=8=--=72

Highland=0=0=0=0=--=0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Highland, Ivan Rydberg 2-10, Salvador Gonzalez 5-(minus-6), Kevin McCart 3-(minus-8), Antonio James 1-(minus-5), Kole Jones 6-(minus-5).

PASSING — Highland, Gonzalez 2-14-0-11, McCart 0-1-1-0.

RECEIVING — Highland, Yacir Perez 1-12, Jayden Connolly 1-(minus-1).

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White Swan 48, Dayton-Waitsburg 41

WHITE SWAN — Roger Valdez caught three touchdown passes for the Cougars as they held off Dayton-Waitsburg in a high-scoring game.

Chance Abrams also threw a 50-yard touchdown to Steven Verway and finished 21 for 30 for 310 yards. Most of those went to Valdez, who caught 16 passes for 180 yards.

Abrams also led White Swan's rushing attack with 89 yards and two touchdowns. The Cougars are set to open league play at Highland next Friday.

Dayton-Waitsburg=7=20=7=7=—=41

White Swan=14=12=16=6=—=48

WS — Roger Valdez 45 from Chance Abrams (Willie Dittenhozer pass from Abrams)

WS — Abrams 26 run (pass failed)

WS — Steven Verway 50 pass from Abrams (run failed)

WS — Valdez 10 pass from Abrams (pass failed)

WS — Abrams 1 run (Dittenhozer pass from Abrams)

WS —Abrams 10 run (Jeffrey Bill from Abrams)

WS — Abrams 1 run (pass failed)

RUSHING — White Swan, Abrams 20-205, Bill 8-32, Olney 6-30, Victor Broncheau 5-13, Verwey 6-25.

PASSING — White Swan, Abrams 12-19-1-275.

RECEIVING — White Swan, Valdez 10-180, Verwey 1-50, Dittenhozer 1-45.

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Goldendale 55, Tri-Cities Prep 35

GOLDENDALE — Caleb Smith ran for 262 yards and three touchdowns while Kade Bomberger threw for 195 yards and ran for 104 to lead the Timberwolves.

Tri-Cities Prep=7=7=14=7=—=35

Goldendale=12=20=8=15=—=55

GOLDENDALE STATISTICS

RUSHING — Caleb Smith 35-262-3 TDs, Kade Bomberger 12-104-1, Matt Blain 4-9-1.

PASSING — Bomberger 10-15-1-195-2.

RECEIVING — Austin Neil 5-130-1, Tyler Wells 2-42, Smith 2-17, Cameron Groves 1-6-1.

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Other local scores: 

Moses Lake 56, Eisenhower 7

Royal 73, La Salle 0

Wahluke 55, Wapato 12

Kittitas 57, Mabton 6

Sunnyside Christian 66, St. John-Endicott/Lacrosse 13

State scores: 

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 54, Republic 0

Anacortes 55, Cedar Park Christian (Bothell) 0

Arlington 27, Stanwood 6

Auburn Mountainview 41, Auburn 26

Bainbridge 48, Sequim 10

Bellarmine Prep 35, Bethel 9

Bellevue Christian 46, Sultan 25

Black Hills 51, Centralia 8

Blanchet 27, Ingraham 7

Central Kitsap 20, Gig Harbor 14

Central Valley 21, Mt. Spokane 19

Chimacum 9, South Whidbey 7

Clarkston 41, Pullman 20

Colfax 26, Asotin 14

Columbia River 16, Woodland 7

Coupeville 51, La Conner 0

Darrington 60, Tacoma Baptist 12

Eastlake 17, Woodinville 7

Eastmont 28, Wenatchee 3

Eastside Catholic 35, Seattle Prep 13

Eatonville 35, La Center 13

Edmonds-Woodway 48, Lynnwood 7

Elma 66, King's Way Christian School 23

Emerald Ridge 40, Curtis 22

Ephrata 17, Othello 3

Everett 40, Cedarcrest 17

Evergreen (Vancouver) 27, Battle Ground 18

Ferndale 42, Mount Vernon 7

Forks 22, Pe Ell/Willapa Valley 21

Foster 26, Aberdeen/Wishkah Valley Co-op 20

Freeman 38, Colville 0

Friday Harbor 39, Seton Catholic 32

Garfield 35, Ballard 14

Gonzaga Prep 56, Mead 21

Hanford 28, Southridge 27

Highline 48, Evergreen (Seattle) 14

Hockinson 65, R.A. Long 13

Interlake 24, Renton 21

Jackson 13, Shorewood 12

Juanita 42, Newport-Bellevue 7

Kalama 44, Adna 0

Kamiakin 35, Walla Walla 0

Kelso 33, Prairie 8

Kennewick 41, Pasco 0

Kentwood 45, Kentlake 28

Lake Stevens 49, Archbishop Murphy 14

Lake Washington 49, Bellevue 7

Lakes 52, Bonney Lake 7

Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 21, Newport 6

Lakewood 14, Squalicum 13

Liberty (Spangle) 22, Reardan 6

Liberty 21, Hazen 12

Lincoln 42, Chief Sealth 0

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 20, Northwest Christian (Colbert) 14

Lindbergh 21, Sammamish 9

Lyle-Klickitat-Wishram 42, Sherman/Condon Co-op, Ore. 20

Lynden 38, Burlington-Edison 35

Manson 14, Priest River, Idaho 0

Mark Morris 21, Washougal 13

Marysville-Pilchuck 49, Glacier Peak 14

Mercer Island 38, Stadium 6

Meridian 26, Bellingham 14

Monroe 48, Mariner 7

Montesano 38, Castle Rock 22

Morton/White Pass 48, Ilwaco 0

Mossyrock 60, Chief Leschi 0

Mount Si 33, Skyline 30

Mountain View 49, Heritage 20

Mt. Rainier 20, Decatur 0

North Central 52, Rogers (Spokane) 21

North Kitsap 56, Port Angeles 0

Oak Harbor 35, Marysville-Getchell 28

Odessa 52, Inchelium 14

Okanogan 49, Cashmere 15

Olympia 42, Rogers (Puyallup) 7

Olympic 35, Bremerton 14

Peninsula 35, Timberline 33

Pomeroy 74, Tekoa/Rosalia 0

Raymond 46, North Beach 6

Redmond 21, Issaquah 8

Richland 48, Hermiston, Ore. 0

Ridgefield 42, Hudson's Bay 7

Riverside 18, Bonners Ferry, Idaho 12

Roosevelt 48, Lakeside (Seattle) 15

Sedro-Woolley 42, Sehome 21

Shelton 37, Rochester 14

Snohomish 43, Shorecrest 28

Soap Lake 60, Bridgeport 24

Steilacoom 21, Orting 20

Stevenson 24, Toutle Lake 12

Tenino 20, Onalaska 14

Toledo 44, Wahkiakum 17

Tumwater 34, W. F. West 0

University 43, Ridgeline 20

Washington 40, Clover Park 36

West Linn, Ore. 24, Camas 14

West Valley (Spokane) 17, Cheney 0

Yelm 50, River Ridge 6

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS=

Cleveland vs. Nathan Hale, ccd.

Granite Falls vs. Cascade (Leavenworth), ccd.

Kiona-Benton vs. Brewster, ccd.

Mariner vs. Meadowdale, ccd.

Neah Bay vs. Lummi, ccd.

O'Dea vs. Rainier Beach, ccd.

South Whidbey vs. Blaine, ccd.

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