Columbia River Wins Big On The Road 41-18 Over Nathan Hale

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 8, 2009

The Columbia River Chieftains had little trouble on the road as they knocked off Nathan Hale 41-18 at Seattle Memorial Stadium.

QB Neil Daly ran in 2 TD’s then threw 2 more TD’s in the first quarter to give River a 28-0 lead after one. Nathan Hale outscored River 18-13 over the next three quarters, but by then the damage had been done.

Columbia River improves to 5-5 with the win. The Chieftains will travel to Meadowdale (10-0) next weekend.

With the loss Nathan Hale drops to 5-5. The Raiders season is over.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Columbia River √

Mike – Nathan Hale ×

Audio archive of the game is online at www.carlclick.com

11/07/09 FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Columbia River
28
6
0
7

41

Nathan Hale Raiders
0
7
3
8

18

First quarter
CR — Neil Daly 43 run (Steven Hughes kick)
CR — Daly 2 run (Hughes kick)
CR — Theisen Chang 48 pass from Daly (Hughes kick)
CR — Alec Polen 10 pass from Daly (Hughes kick)
Second quarter
NH — Taylor Cassell 19 interception return (Carlos Vega-Garcia kick)
CR — Hughes 35 FG
CR — Hughes 24 FG
Third quarter
NH — Moritz Mosher 34 FG
Fourth quarter
CR — Kingsley Nkwonta 5 run (Hughes kick)
NH — Markeith Harris 33 run (Carson Hoel run)

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Comments

5 Responses to “Columbia River Wins Big On The Road 41-18 Over Nathan Hale”

  1. GSHL Fan on November 10th, 2009 8:39 am

    wow, nathan hail must be horrible to lose to river like that hahahahaha. good luck to river though, hope they do good in the playoffs.

  2. CR Fan on November 11th, 2009 10:48 am

    GSHL Fan what is your story?

  3. GSHL Fan on November 12th, 2009 8:59 am

    well CR Fan, my story is that river is pretty bad at the game of football. it was a complete stroke of luck that there in the playoffs, i dont even know why or how the heck they are in the playoffs. And if nathan hail is losing that bad to a team who gets shut out by how many teams this year??? ummm 3 teams shut em out this year and every team they lost to this year has lost by at least 20 points! so basically the main point of my story is that Columbia River is bad and i wouldnt be suprised if they got smashed on by a 2A school, such as mark morris!!! THE END!!!

  4. CR Fan on November 12th, 2009 11:16 am

    GSHL Fan, I assume your a Camas Fan. River lost to the top 2, 4A & 3A teams in the GSHL conference all whom made the playoffs. We beat Kelso (Didn’t they tie for 2nd place in 4A). We held Camas to no points in the 2nd half. I wouldn’t call that terrible. River clearly deserves 3rd place in 3A and since 3 teams enter into the playoffs I wouldn’t call that a stroke of luck either.

    I don’t understand why you would come on this site and bad mouth a team because your team lost. Camas was all but handed the came with Union and they couldn’t pull it off. Then they would have had a better draw.That’s the way it goes sometimes. Should camas have played NH? YES! 2 top ten teams should not play in the crossover playoff. Your right! But to come on here and bad mouth River is uncalled for.

    Will River beat Meadowdale I don’t know. I sure hope so. If we do I expected a lot of thanks from the Union fans. Now thats the END!!!

  5. CR Fan on November 12th, 2009 11:24 am

    game for came and expect for expected.

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