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Columbia River Pulls Away Late For 27-3 Road Win Over Battle Ground | Greater St. Helens League Football

Columbia River Pulls Away Late For 27-3 Road Win Over Battle Ground

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 4, 2010

Columbia River scored 20 2nd half points after only leading 7-3 at halftime.

Chieftains QB Clayton Frank threw 2 TD’s in the win. A 5 yard pass to Kevin Cotter in the 1st quarter and a 25 yard pass to Ian Christianson in the third quarter.

Columbia River will host Kelso next Friday at 7:00 pm while Battle Ground will travel to Fort Vancouver for an 8:00 pm game.

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First quarter

CR—Kevin Cotter 5 from Clayton Frank (Cotter kick)

Second quarter

BG—Mac Brandenburger 25 FG

Third quarter

CR—Ian Christianson 25 from Frank (Ben Kraft kick)

CR—Remick Kawawaki 9 run (Kraft kick)

Fourth quarter

CR—Terrence Joshua 43 return of blocked punt (kick blocked)


Rushing — Columbia River—Remick Kawawaki 11-102, Clayton Frank 12-46, Justin Rinta 2-39; Battle Ground—Bo Smith 11-22.

Passing — Columia River—Clayton Frank 8-18-86-1; Battle Ground—Chris Paul 13-27-155-3.

Receiving — Columbia River—Ian Christianson 4-54, Kevin Cotter 2-16, Jordan Erdman 1-16; Battle Ground—Tyler Bergeron 6-70

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14 Responses to “Columbia River Pulls Away Late For 27-3 Road Win Over Battle Ground”

  1. Tigerfan on September 6th, 2010 7:07 am

    Would like to see #10 in the QB spot looks to me like he’s a better fit,
    you can tell he scans the field rather then just put it up.
    Really like the offense this year wish we would have had it last year.

  2. Tigersupporter on September 6th, 2010 2:30 pm

    Why start controversy on a team that is trying to go in the right direction. According the stats here the QB was 13-27, not bad for getting sacked probably 10 times and under pressure the whole night. I believe the back-up (#10) was 0-6 or 0-7 with a sack. Can’t understand the reasoning, and either way the line needs to help up front a little better.

    Try and support the team during this time, and not try and create a divide. That has been a real issue in BG for years.

  3. Tigerfan on September 6th, 2010 5:56 pm

    With two picks and fumble one in the end zone.

  4. Tigerfan on September 6th, 2010 6:15 pm

    I do support our team and I’m not trying to divide anybody.
    That is the hardest postion to play its not for everyone.
    Look at last year #17 was very good yet he sat on the bench.

  5. BIG Fan on September 7th, 2010 9:05 am

    Wow! Straight out of the blocks come the nay-sayers. Give the boys and coaches a chance. You just casted doubt on the players, the new coach, his staff, and the administration who hired them. Tigerfan, you just stated with your comment – “Hmmm, that new coach dosen’t know his players, I (Tigerfan) would have played #10 at the QB spot!” I hope you’ve been at all of the practices (spring and summer) and evaluated the players to make such a bold observational statement.
    I didn’t make the game (I went to MV and EGreen) but, I know that I am not qualified to put together a starting team without being at the practices, running drills, teaching the offense, and knowing the maturity of the players. Without being there I wouldn’t even start a player if he was my son. GIVE THEM A CHANCE! if it dosen’t go well then you can apply again next year for that Head Coach spot.

  6. Tigerfan on September 7th, 2010 1:09 pm

    I was just stating my opinion on the observations I made last year.
    Or are you not allowed to have opinions.

  7. BIG Fan on September 7th, 2010 1:50 pm

    You can have your opinions but, when you’re doubting the players and NEW coaches who are trying to change a program and looking forward to the future – it may be better to keep the negative thoughts to yourself. GIVE THEM A CHANCE.

  8. Tigerfan on September 7th, 2010 3:07 pm

    I said nothing negative about anybody in fact I said I liked the new offense and liked what I saw from #10 liking the way one player plays over another has nothing to do with the team or coaches.

  9. Tigerfan on September 7th, 2010 4:59 pm

    And I like the new coaches.

  10. BIG Fan on September 10th, 2010 9:53 am

    Hey the TIGERS play at Kiggins tonight. I’ll stay for the game to see #10 and the NEW Offense and Coaching Staff.

  11. Tigerfan on September 11th, 2010 5:32 pm

    Well what did you think BIG Fan?
    Did you stay for the whole game more important did you see the last two min.
    With #2 in.
    Our kids I thought played very well and I still like the new offense.

  12. BIG Fan on September 11th, 2010 8:41 pm

    I did stay for he whole game and thought that all of the kids played hard. It seems to me that you just don’t like #8 for one reason or another. I thought that he played well for being blitzed on the weak side almost every other pass play. He did have a few good runs and one that seemed to be almost 30 yds long. I also don’t think that #2, #10, or #8 is what the TIGERS need. They need a whole team to play at it’s best to be tough. I’ve watched alot of GSHL Football and have always been intrigued by BG because they have always had talent. They just need the team work. This group of kids and coaches can change the entire face of BG Football and athletics.
    Don’t get down and keep fighting!

  13. May Day the Hilander on October 8th, 2010 11:24 pm

    Bay football dad, Kelso hasn’t lost a game to Bay in……..Lord knows how long. They beat Bay home or away,it doesn’t matter.. The difference isn’t the weak cop-out known as hometown reffing. The difference is Kelso has a far superior football program to Hudson Bay’s. Remember when Bay hung with Kelso for a half with the playoff game in the balance a fews seasons ago? It was 28-28 at the half. Kelso then decided to get down to business and the final score wound up 77-28. That’s pretty much somes up the quality of the two programs

  14. May day the Hilander on October 8th, 2010 11:49 pm

    The 77-28 slaughter of Bay took place at Kiggins for the record. Don’t try hanging that one on biased officiating Bay dad.

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