Friday Scores: Four Unbeaten Teams Stay Unbeaten; Geoducks Roll in Portland
High School Football
Wilson 24, Shelton 23
Tyler Giraldes scored on a one yard run with 1:04 left to play pulled Shelton to within a point, 24-23. But Wilson got a finger on the PAT to drive it wide right and preserve the one point lead. Shelton recovered the onside kick and drove down to the 13 yard line after a penalty wiped out a Wilson interception. With nine seconds left, Cody Bragg’s field goal hit the right upright and fell no good and the Wilson Rams held on to take the big 3A Narrows League win.
Wilson out gained the Highclimbers 360 yards to 128 yards on offense and they converted 10-of-15 3rd downs with 204 yards on those plays. Elijah Jones ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns.
But the Rams turned over the ball four times leading to ten Highclimbers points. Two of those turnovers were on special teams with a fumble on a punt and a fumble on a kickoff. They also allowed a 99 yard kickoff return touchdown to Colton Paller, had a punt blocked and couldn’t recover the onside kick with a minute left in the game.
Shelton fell to 1-2 in the 3A Narrows League and 2-3 overall while the Rams improved to 2-1 in league and 2-3 overall.
In other action…
Black Hills 24, WF West 21 | Wolves 5-0 on Furu’s 30 yard touchdown run.
Central Kitsap 31, Capital 20 | Capital fell to 1-4 overall, 1-2 in league.
North Thurston 28, Foss 7 | Sibley and Morgan with two touchdowns apiece.
Olympia 32, Issaquah 14 | Scott Gunther runs for four touchdowns. Bears 5-0.
North Beach 54, Rainier 22 | Rainer led 22-20 at halftime.
River Ridge 40, White River 6 | Hawks 5-0 for the first time.
Rochester 27, Aberdeen 6
Tenino 47, Forks 14 | Beavers move to 4-1 overall.
Bellarmine 33, Timberline 6 | Blazers now 1-4, 1-2 in league.
Tumwater 54, Columbia River 14 | Jarid Barrett runs for four touchdowns.
Stadium 40, Yelm 37 | Brandon Thompson runs for four TDs in loss.
Evergreen 7, Multnomah 0 – Box Score
Evergreen moved to 6-1-0 overall and 3-1-0 in the CCC with a 7-0 win over CCC newcomer Multnomah. Juan Lopez and Issa Hassan each scored twice and Ziggy Awad, Nate Boatright and Willie Spurr each added goals in the easy win. The Geoducks held a 29-6 shots advantage with 16 on goal compared to just two for the Lions.