Saturday scoreboard: Hawks, Saints, Geoducks, Buffaloes claim victories
High school football
River Ridge 61, Ridgefield 40
Quarterback Colby Schultz threw for 375 yards and six touchdowns in River Ridge’s dismantling of the Ridgefield Spudders at South Sound Stadium. The Hawks led 47-8 through three quarters before the Spudders scored 32 points in the fourth to cut the lead to just two touchdowns. The Hawks put their starters back in and Brad Wallace caught a 52 yard pass from Shultz to seal the deal. Wallace scored five touchdowns total, three receiving and two rushing. Wesley Coats also caught three touchdowns in the Hawks’ victory. The Hawks are now 2-1 this season.
Willie Spurr and Mirza Memic each scored two goals and Kevin Flavin added another in Evergreen’s 5-0 win over Oregon Tech at Evergreen Pitch. The Geoducks out shot the Owls 29-6. Collin Harlow recorded the shutout to secure a weekend sweep for the Evergreen who are now 2-0 in the Cascade Collegiate Conference.
A game-winning header goal by CJ Chu with just 38 seconds left to play lifted Saint Martin’s to their first GNAC win of the season, 3-2, over the University of Sioux Falls. Dylan Gaydosh scored twice in the game, first in the 17th minute and then again in the 76th. Each goals were equalizers as the Saints fell behind 1-0 and 2-1. The Saints move to 1-1 after the first weekend of GNAC play.
South Puget Sound and Whatcom battled to a scoreless tie in the first half in Bellingham but the Orcas scored three goals in the second half to take home a 3-0 win and drop the Clippers to 0-6 this season.
Western Washington 3, Saint Martin’s 1 – More from SMUSaints.com
Saint Martin’s 3, Walla Walla 0 (25-8, 25-14, 25-16) – More from SMUSaints.com
The Saint Martin’s volleyball team hit the road and picked up their second win of the season with a straight sets victory over National Christian College Athletic Association member Walla Walla. Katy Ferguson recorded eight kills while Kristyn Ross had 17 digs and Halee Hernandez added 19 assists. The Saints picked up their first win of the season on Thursday when they knocked off brand new NCCAA member New Hope Christian in straight sets in Eugene.
Hazen 3, Black Hills 0
Budd Bay Buffaloes 100, ORSU 11
Junior college football
Everett Red Raiders 62, South Sound Spartans 0
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