Game Recap – Columbia River 37 Hudson’s Bay 0

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 1, 2011

You don’t see a lot of 2-0 scores after one quarter of football, but that was the lead Columbia River had on the visiting Hudson’s Bay Eagles Friday night. The slim Chieftain lead soon exploded into a convening 37-0 victory as the Chieftains stuck twice right before halftime then added 3 more touchdowns in the second half. River RB Remick Kawawaki scored on runs of 53 and 80 yards and finished the night with 197 yards on 12 carries. QB Clayton Frank threw 2 touchdown passes and had 209 passing yards in the win. Eagles RB Richard Carter finished the night with 62 yards rushing on 22 carries in the loss.

Columbia River improves their record to 4-1 on the season and 2-1 in league play with the win. The Chieftains will host Prairie (2-3 1-2) Friday at Chieftain Stadium, 7:00 p.m. Hudson’s Bay falls to 0-5 on the season and 0-2 in league play with the loss. The Eagles will host Camas (4-1 3-0) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 5:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Hudson's Bay Eagles
0
0
0
0

0

Columbia River Chieftains
2
13
14
8

37

First quarter

CR — Safety, Richard Carter tackled in end zone

Second quarter

CR — Remick Kawawaki 53 run (run failed)
CR — Thomas Jacobson 45 pass from Clayton Frank (Eli Gaynor kick)

Third quarter

CR — Kawawaki 80 run (Gaynor kick)
CR — Patrick Figueroa 26 pass from Frank (Gaynor kick)

Fourth quarter

CR — Darius Raiford 7 run (Kevin Sandison run)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Hudson’s Bay — Richard Carter 22-62, Jahmile Sipaia 7-36, Khoi Mai 1-4, Andrew Strappazon 13-2, Josh Friedli 1-1; Columbia River — Kawawaki 12-197, Raiford 10-54, Frank 8-17, Eli Evenson 1-16, Reese Keller 1-15, Sandison 4-9, Jonathan Branson 1-(-3).

Passing — Hudson’s Bay — Strappazon 3-5-0-34; Columbia River — Frank 16-21-0-209.

Receiving — Hudson’s Bay — Joey Bomers 3-34; Columbia River — Jacobson 4-68, Figueroa 3-39, Dennis Henderson 3-38, John Mahoney 2-33, Trey Walker 2-25, Evenson 2-6.

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