Game Recap – Battle Ground 28 Woodland 12

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 17, 2011

After a scoreless first quarter, both the visiting Battle Gorund Tigers and the host Woodland Beavers light up the scoreboard in the second quarter. Woodland QB Adam Shoup scored on runs of 2 and 80 yards, while Battle Ground RB Kevin Haynes caught 2 TD passes from QB Ian Humphrey who also threw a third TD pass to WR Tyler Bergeron. The Tigers tacked on one more score in the third as RB Trevor Ingram ran one in from 23 yards out.

Battle Ground improves their record to 2-1 on the season with the win. The Tigers will travel to Hudson’s Bay (0-3) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 5:00 p.m. Woodland falls to 1-2 on the season with the loss. The Beavers will travel to Scio Oregon (2-1) Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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second quarter

Wood – Adam Shoup 2 run (pass failed)
BG – Tyler Bergeron 53 pass from Ian Humphrey (Ryan Staton kick)
Wood – Adam Shoup 80 run (run failed)
BG – Kevin Haynes 71 pass from Ian Humphrey (Ryan Staton kick)
BG – Kevin Haynes 5 pass from Ian Humphrey (Ryan Staton kick)

third quarter

BG – Trevor Ingram 23 run (Ryan Staton kick)


Rushing — Battle Ground — Tyler Bergeron 12-150, Trevor Ingraham 8-38, Ian Humphrey 3-7, Kevin Haynes 3-3; Woodland — Adam Shoup 12-123, Cy Whitmire 20-76, Eli Whitmire 8-39, Hunter Huddleston 3-9

Passing — Battle Ground — Ian Humphrey 13-28-0-219; Woodland — Adam Shoup 6-19-2-55, Hunter Huddleston 1-2-0-10.

Receiving — Battle Ground — Kevin Haynes 4-102, Tyler Bergeron 3-67, Jake Sachen 5-37, Trevor Ingram 1-13; Woodland — Trevor Huddleston 2-20, Cy Whitmire 3-23, Nick Fuller 2-22.

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One Response to “Game Recap – Battle Ground 28 Woodland 12”

  1. ustaplay on September 19th, 2011 1:47 pm

    I went to this game to see the Tigers and because my family is in Woodland. Well the Tigers are doing good this year and they played really good defense against a power wish-bone team. It was a fun game to watch.
    Now, someone from BG help me out here. It’s been awhile since I played – The marks or stickers on the back of the helmets – how do you guys get those? I saw alot on the helmets of the specialty players (QB, RB’s, and WR’s) but, none or very few on the helmets of the linemen and defensive players. Well, I saw alot on the defensive players that played offense. So can the defense and OL/DL earn those. I know for a fact that the 5 LB’s that played in the Woodland game should have gotten a few, They are the smallest LB’s I have ever seen but, they come up and hit you. They played hard and stopped alot plays up the middle. Back in my day those guys wouldn’t get a second look. But, they proved that they belong on the field play after play. Look for these guys to hit people (#40, #36, #49, #4, and #51).
    Anyway, just trying to figure out the helmet marker criteria. Keep up the good work Tigers.

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