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Kelso Sets Up 3A Title Showdown With 28-14 Win Over Prairie | Greater St. Helens League Football

Kelso Sets Up 3A Title Showdown With 28-14 Win Over Prairie

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 23, 2010

Kelso led the visiting Prairie Falcons 21-7 at the half and went on to win 28-14 keeping their hopes of a 3A GSHL title alive.

The Hilanders scored first when WR Cedrique Chaney took a reverse 50 yards for a Kelso touchdown.

In the 2nd quarter, Jared O’Neil scored on a 5 yard run and Makio Mobbs intercepted Coleman Weisenborn and almost ran it back for a score. Mobbs fumbled the ball at the 1, into the end zone, where the Hilanders Sam Young landed on it for the Kelso score and a 21-0 lead. O’Neil later added another 5 yard touchdown run in the 4th quarter to put the game away.

Prairie scored on a 71 yard pass from Colin Seitz to Tyler Vea just before the half, and then the two hooked up again from 7 yards out with 18 seconds remaining in the game.

With the win Kelso improves to 6-2 on the season and 4-1 in league play. The Hilanders will travel to Camas (8-0 5-0) Friday at Doc Harris Stadium 7:00 p.m. Prairie falls to 3-5 on the season with the loss and 2-4 in league play. The Falcons will host Battle Ground (1-7 0-4) at District Stadium Friday at 7:00 p.m.

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Prairie Falcons

Kelso Hilanders

First quarter

KEL — Cedrique Chaney 50 run (Sam Schmidt kick)

Second quarter

KEL — Jared O’Neill 5 run (Schmidt kick)
KEL — Sam Young recovered fumbled interception return in the end zone (Schmidt kick)
PRA — Tyler Vea 71 pass from Colin Seitz (Max Reimer kick)

Fourth quarter

KEL — O’Neil 5 run (Schmidt kick)
PRA —Vea 6 pass from Seitz (Riemer kick)


Rushing – KEL – O’Neil 17-92, Riley Miller 15-62, Chaney 1-50, Slate Miller 14-47, Makaio Mobbs 4-25; PRA – Spires 5-33, DeKlerk 3-13, Zalk 3-3, Seitz 3-4.

Passing – KEL – Mobbs 5-10-1-49; PRA – Seitz 16-28-0-289, Weisenborn 0-2-2-0.

Receiving – KEL – Chaney 2-24, Sam Young 1-11, Ben Warthen 1-10, Slate Miller 1-4; PRA – Vea 4-119, Slifer 3-91, Zalk 4-58, Cecil 2-14, DeKlerk 1-7.

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12 Responses to “Kelso Sets Up 3A Title Showdown With 28-14 Win Over Prairie”

  1. GSHL observer on October 23rd, 2010 3:00 pm

    Camas is going to beat kelso by at least 5 touchdowns

  2. Evergreenfan/Unionfan on October 23rd, 2010 3:14 pm

    I think it will be like Camas 72, Kelso 3. Camas will enter the NO FLY ZONE. Problem is, it will be like the Iraqi Air Force version of the NO FLY ZONE.

    Camas will then beat some basketball…errr…I mean football team…in the preliminary round about 82-0. BOOK IT, and DON”T YOU EVER FORGET. Cuz I’m on a boat!!!

  3. Scotty4life on October 23rd, 2010 6:24 pm

    WHAT? that is the most rediculous and stupid thing I have ever heard!! I am not going to “book it” because you just made yourself sound like a huge idiot. and DON’T YOU EVER FORGET IT!!!!!!

  4. Evergreenfan/Unionfan on October 23rd, 2010 7:13 pm

    I will NEVER forget what you just said!!!

  5. Main on October 24th, 2010 1:12 am

    Kelso will have a tough time keeping things from getting out of hand next week at Doc.

    And by out of hand, I mean running clock.

  6. CHSbleachercreature on October 24th, 2010 1:41 am

    Yea… Sorry kelso… Not lookin too good…

  7. Kelso on October 25th, 2010 8:10 am

    Good win for Kelso. Hard to believe it’s been four years since Kelso has made the playoffs, quite a drought. Hoping to hold our own against Camas. Will be nice to see the new Doc Stadium.

    And to those thinking that Kelso doesn’t even have a chance against Camas, please remember that not all that many years ago, Camas was the absolute bottom of the standings year in and year out. Instead of trash talking, maybe be more positively supportive of your teams, as your team may once again be at the bottom of the league again. Anything can happen.

    We Are Kelso.

  8. falcons on October 25th, 2010 8:31 pm

    kelso is going to have it so tough come friday. they beat us fair and square and im not going to say they arnt a good team. kelso has a good running game. the backs run hard. but camas has a killer defense. kelso really needs to step up, i personally would love to see the upset. at this point in the season i hope the best for all gshl teams going to playoffs. goodluck kelso you earned playoffs.

  9. Scotty4life on October 25th, 2010 11:49 pm

    I would love to see a Kelso upset over Camas. though it is unlikely, It would be AWSOME!!! A more compete game last week from the Hilanders but they will have to get an early 2 or 3 score lead and play some very tough D…watching the Camas game film show they are vulnerable and not unbeatable. but they give good opportunities very rarely. So kelso will have to capitalize on all mistakes and then some but I think it can be done. GO KELSO!!!!!

  10. PopPrep on October 25th, 2010 11:56 pm

    Vulnerabilities like that swiss cheese they call a run defense?

  11. wsumj on October 26th, 2010 12:26 am

    The Scotties… 1983 3A State Champions! 🙂 Dr. Ed Laulainen is a living legend.

  12. Kelso on October 28th, 2010 1:53 pm

    The Kelso – Prairie video isn’t linked to the Kelso page. FYI.

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