Columbia River Wins 41-38 Over Camas in Double OT Thriller

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 10, 2008

The Columbia River Chieftains took a 28-10 third quarter lead before Camas stormed back to take a 31-28 lead late in the game. The Chieftains moved down field to tie the game at 31-31. Both teams scored TD in the first OT prior to Columbia River’s field goal to start the second OT. River picked off a pass in the end zone to end the classic game.

With the win, Columbia River improves to 3-3 and importantly 1-1 in league play. The win gives River the inside track for second in the GSHL 3A. The Chieftains travel to Kiggins Bowl Friday to play Fort Vancouver (2-4 1-1). The Papermakers fall to 4-2 and 1-1. Camas will host Prairie (2-4 1-1) Friday at Doc Harris Stadium.

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Columbia River 41 Camas 38 2OT

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Camas
0
10
6
15
7
0
38
Columbia River
7
7
14
3
7
3
41

First quarter
CR — Chris Burgess 33 run (Theisen Chang kick), 5:37
Second quarter

C — Quinton Beasley 1 run (Stuart Jergensen kick), 7:39.
C — Jergensen 27 field goal, 2:48
CR — Burgess 15 run (Chang kick), 1:43
Third quarter
CR — Burgess 2 run (pass failed), 5:19
CR — Rob Caballero 18 pass from Mike Ortegon (Neil Daly run), 1:48
C — Guy Varsek 13 pass from Logan Grindy (pass failed), 0:29
Fourth quarter
C — Siale Vailea 1 run (Jergensen kick), 8:55
C — Grindy 7 run (Varsek pass from Grindy), 2:35
CR — Chang 27 field goal, 0:29
First Overtime
C — Varsek 25 pass from Grindy (Jergensen kick)
CR — Burgess 1 run (Chang kick)
Second Overtime
CR — Chang 33 field goal
Leaders
Rushing
— Camas — Quinton Beasley 21-53; Siale Vailea 4-9; Logan Grindy 5-18. Columbia River — Chris Burgess 33-177; Mike Ortegon 3-(-15).
Passing — Camas — Logan Grindy 16-45-3-225. Columbia River — Mike Ortegon 24-33-1-243.
Receiving — Camas — Guy Varsek 8-134; Miguel Salamanca 1-11; Jeremy Faulkner 5-54; Drew White 1-(-2); Quinton Beasley 1-44. Columbia River — Wyatt Brinkman 1-20; Shawn Fenton 7-59; Rob Caballero 11-113; Theisen Chang 4-51; Stephen Goree 2-10.

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