Chieftains Big Second Quarter Paves The Way To 38-14 Win Over The Eagles

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 24, 2008

Trailing 7-6 after one quarter, Columbia River took over the game in the second, scoring 18 unanswered points on their way to a 38-14 home win over the Hudson’s Bay Eagles.

with the win, Columbia River improves to 5-3 and 3-1 in league. The Chieftians will play at District Stadium Thursday versus the Prairie Falcons (2-5 3-1). The win also clinched a play-off spot for the Chieftains.

Hudson’s Bay drops to 1-7 and 0-4 in league with the loss. The Eagles close the regular season versus Fort Vancouver (2-6 1-3) at Kiggins Bowl on Friday night.

Hudson’s Bay
7
0
7
0
14
Columbia River
6
18
8
6
38

First quarter
CR — Chris Burgess 2 run (run failed)
HB — Michael Harrington 19 run (Andre Washington kick)
Second quarter
CR — Mike Ortegon 2 run (Tyson Chang kick)
CR — Burgess 2 run (Kevin Emerick run)
CR — Chang 27 FG
Third quarter

CR — Burgess 8 pass from Ortegon (Neal Daly run)
HB — Danny Christenson 1 run (Washington kick)
Fourth quarter

CR — Chang 40 pass from Ortegon (pass failed)
Leaders
Rushing
— Hudson’s Bay — Harrington 12-56, Shane Pacheco 9-25, Christenson 5-18; Columbia River — Burgess 15-81, Ortegon 5-20.
Passing — Hudson’s Bay — Pacheco 8-10-0-36, Christenson 2-3-0-73, Travis Roberts 1-4-0-25; Columbia River — Ortegon 15-26-1-210
Receiving — Hudson’s Bay — Harrington 7-50; Columbia River — Rob Caballero 4-33, Burgess 5-59, Raymond White 1-7, Chang 3-98, Ryan Putman 1-9, Kevin Cotter 1-5.

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