Last Second TD Lifts Washougal Over Hudson’s Bay 10-7

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 4, 2010

Washougal QB Culton Sullivan hit Sam O’Hara from 8 yards out with 28 seconds left in the game to pull out the 10-7 win for the Panthers.

Hudson’s Bay had led 7-3 after QB Travis Roberts 13 yard TD run in the 2nd quarter.

Both teams have new head coaches, Washougal’s Bob Jacobs gets the win, while Hudson’s Bay Will Ephraim took the loss.

Washougal plays at Columbia High School next Friday at 7:00 pm while Hudson’s Bay will host R.A. Long at 5:00 pm.

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Team
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2
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4
Total
Washougal Panthers
3
0
0
7

10

Hudson's Bay Eagles
0
7
0
0

7

First quarter

W — Colton Sullivan 40 FG

Second quarter

HB — Travis Roberts 13 run (Cory Torgimson kick)

Fourth quarter

W — Sam O’Hara 8 pass from Sullivan (Sullivan kick)

Leaders

Rushing — Washougal — Aleksander Arzhanov 10-70, Austin Tofell 7-20, LoTi 5-19, Sam O’Hara 7-18, Ryan Edrwins 1-14; Hudson’s Bay — Torgimson 12-134, Musa Bah 8-52, Ingo Arrozal 9-23, Roberts 3-20.

Passing — Washougal — Sullivan 9-13-1-92 ; Hudson’s Bay — Roberts 1-7-0-25, Will Porter 1-2-0-10.

Receiving — Washougal — O’Hara 4-46, Anthony Gonzalez 2-15, Arzhanov 2-14, Tofell 1-17; Hudson’s Bay — Emilio Alcantar 1-25, Marco Chavez 1-10.

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Comments

7 Responses to “Last Second TD Lifts Washougal Over Hudson’s Bay 10-7”

  1. 2-A Observer on September 4th, 2010 9:01 am

    Wow! 22 kids suited up for Washougal last night and they physically man-handled Bay. That is sad for the Eagles. When it looked like Bay could get something rolling, a big hit from a Washougal player got the ball on the ground. Washougal forced 6 fumbles on tackled and recovered 5 of them! This was one of the most exciting games I’ve seen in a long time. Washougal’s offense seemed to stall over and over again. Some gutsy calls on offense kept drives alive. Hudson’s bay was close to being shut out in this one. They were stopped multiple times on 4th down and turned the ball over 5 times. I take that back, Washougal FORCED 5 turnovers. They simply out hit Bay to put their offense in position to win this one.

  2. WHS Alum on September 4th, 2010 10:16 am

    What a great weekend for the town of Washougal!!!

  3. Dont Worrie about it on September 5th, 2010 8:15 pm

    Actully Bay dominated all the way up too the forth quarter and ill give it Washougal they played well and didnt give up . The last quarter though it seemed like bay was not playing to win but playing not to lose which i think cost them the game. Also another thing that suprised me was the passing game i mean after they fumbled the first 3 times they should of went to the air more and their coners were no where close to their wide recivers so that shocked me . But i still cant believe they fumble the ball 7 times and 5 turnovers but all togeather it was tough game between 2 teams both uprising so goodluck to both of them this year .

  4. 2A-Observer on September 5th, 2010 8:35 pm

    Don’t Worry About It – I think your name says it all! Bay can be very good if they get over this loss. I know I was definitely “worried about it” at the start of the game. Bay’s first offensive play resulted in a forced fumble and that seemed to really set the tone for the rest of the game – at least for Washougal’s defense. I will definitely give credit to Bay’s defense – they looked good for 3 and a half quarters. Bay out-gained Washougal in terms of yardage, but fell short where it counts – the score. If you guys can bounce back from this, you can shock some people. Good luck!

  5. topdog on September 5th, 2010 10:09 pm

    big win for washougal, they needed it, its going to be a tough season though if they only have 22 players, hopefully more are becoming eligable?

  6. 2A-Observer on September 6th, 2010 10:47 am

    They will have 3 guys added this week. From what I understand those 3 guys can battle for starting spots or at least play a lot.

  7. 2A-Observer on September 10th, 2010 1:55 pm

    I will be driving out to White Salmon tonight – I hope I can find it. I’ll be looking to see if Washougal can continue the scrappy play they showed last week. If they do, they will win easily.

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