Game Recap – Hockinson 43 La Center 34

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 5, 2011

Last season the Hockinson Hawks football team did not get a win until week 8. This year they got that out of the way week 1.

At halftime Hockinson and La Center were tied at 22-22. The Hawks took the lead in the 3rd and answered each La Center 4th quarter score with a score of their own until the final horn sounded and Hockinson had a 43-34 win.

Hockinson did most of their work on the ground scoring 4 rushing touchdowns. Josiah Niemela led all rushers with 125 yards on 19 carries and 1 rushing touchdown. Nick Barclay also ran for over a hundred yards, 116 on 4 carries, he also had 2 rushing two point conversions as well as a 70 yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Jacob Reagan returned a fumble 48 yards for the last score of the game to seal the victory.

With the win Hockinson improves to 1-0 on the season. The Hawks will host Prairie (0-1)  Friday at Nautilus Field 7:00 p.m.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Hockinson √
Mike – La Center X
Cody – La Center X
Josh – Hockinson √
wsumj- Hockinson √
Coin flip - Hockinson √

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
La Center Wildcats
0
22
0
12

34

Hockinson Hawks
8
14
7
14

43

first quarter

Hock — Jacob Doney 3 run (Barclay run)

second quarter

LC — Austin Heldt 35 pass from Jake Johnson (not available)
Hock — Torey Dunn 8 run (Barclay run)
LC — Patrick Mayolo 25 pass from Johnson (Gunnar Lowery run)
Hock — Barclay 70 kickoff return (run failed)
LC — Johnson 3 run (Johnson run)

third quarter

Hock — Dunn 3 run (Everett Klodt kick)

fourth quarter

LC — Mike Polyakov 2 run (run failed)
Hock — Niemela 18 run (Klodt kick)
LC — Mayolo 45 run (run failed)
Hock — Jacob Reagan 48 fumble recovery (Klodt kick)

leaders

Rushing — La Center — Mayolo 16-28, Lowery 12-85, Tyrone Kulla 3-82. Hockinson — Niemela 19-125, Barclay 4-116, Dunn 6-44, Doney 1-3..

Passing — La Center — Johnson 11-17-1-118; Hockinson — Krahn 3-10-2-43.

Receiving — La Center Polyakov 5-46, Heldt 1-35, Dylan King 2-32; Hockinson — Preston Martin 1-17, Abe Weiss 1-16, Beau Sparks 1-10

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