Crook County Pulls Away Late From Host Washougal In 33-16 Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 9, 2010

Washougal led 16-14 at the half before the visiting Crook County Cowboys scored 19 unanswered in the second half for the 33-16 road non-league victory.

With the loss Washougal falls to 3-3 on the season. The Panthers will travel to Woodland (0-6 0-2) next Friday at Woodland Stadium 7:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Crook County Cowboys
7
7
6
13

33

Washougal Panthers
7
9
0
0

16

first quarter

CC — Greaves 5 pass from Travis Bartels (kick good)

W — Nate Adams 28 pass from Caleb Howard (kick good)

second quarter

CC — Jordan Reeher 25 run (kick good)
W — Colton Sullivan 6 run (kick blocked)
W — Sullivan 36 FG

third quarter

CC — Reeher 5 run (pass failed)

fourth quarter

CC — Rhett Smith 8 run (kick good)
CC — Smith 93 run (kick failed)

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Comments

5 Responses to “Crook County Pulls Away Late From Host Washougal In 33-16 Win”

  1. DB on October 9th, 2010 8:01 am

    Keep fighting hard. You are doing a great job. There is so much improvement from last year. Last year we would have been beat by 40 and probably shut out. Keep your heads up!

  2. uimpressed on October 9th, 2010 12:07 pm

    What you gonna do when 14 or 15 kids play the whole game what about the rest of the team, how about some fresh horses what are all these kids paying participation fees for when the same kids get all the playing time in both varsity and JV

  3. "un"impressed on October 9th, 2010 1:08 pm

    There are 14-15 kids playing because there are only 4 seniors on the team out of the ~25 kids that are eligible. Alot of the sophomores and juniors that get a lot of playing time would be JV kids in most programs.

  4. DB on October 9th, 2010 5:33 pm

    At least the kids are competing this year under Coach Jacobs. They were getting blown out last year! Great job and keep it up.

  5. HR on October 11th, 2010 10:13 am

    I am sorry DB but you must not have been watching the games last year… WHS defense was the best it had been in 10 years. They were only out match twice last year. The first game of the season 41-16 and the Mark Morris game 27-0. They lost 29-28, 8-7, 14-0, 6-0 & 9-3 in 3OT. They gave up a total of 140 points the fewest in 10 years. Here are the total going back to 2000, 2009-140 pts, 2008-381 pts, 2007-316, 2006-248pts, 2005-382pts, 2004-163 pts (last winning season), 2003-311pts, 2002-225pts, 2001-321pts, & 2000-332pts. This year they are on pace to give up 183pts. So last year was a far cry from being blown out.
    Someone else mention 3 weeks ago that it was not like WHS had a great program before and they were correct but I do believe things were improving in the program. The culture at WHS is what is wrong.
    I noted 3 weeks ago what would happen to this team. Unfortunately it was almost spot on. Some thought I was being overall negative. I am sorry that is how you took the info, because it was not intended that way. I have been a supporter of the program for several years and donated both time and money to support the program regardless of whom the coach’s were. I want WHS to win. If you take a deep look as the one person mention there is only 4 seniors on the team that contribute. You had a dozen players who did not go out that were upper classman because Coach Gibson resigned. The same thing happened when Gibson replaced Hajek. Everything was not perfect from last year but improving.
    To the other comment the new coach is loyal to a fault to the players who worked out all summer long. On several occasion players practiced for over 6 hours per day through the summer with the coach. Right or wrong those are the kids he plays the most. All the players had the chance to come out through the summer and a lot choose not to. I don’t know that I agree or disagree with his philosophy, but it has been consistent.
    I know there are a lot of players working hard to change opinions and I truly want them to be successful but only so much can be expected with the low numbers. I believe they have a very good chance of winning 2 out of the next 3 games and finishing 5-4 which will be only the 2nd winning season in 10 years. The program foundation is what needs repaired regardless of who the coach is.

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