Mark Morris Gets Big Road Win 53-20 At Woodland

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 2, 2010

Mark Morris jumped out to a 40-0 halftime lead on the host Woodland Beavers than went on to win 53-20 in league play.

3 different Monarchs scored twice in the win. Nikko Asbell had rushing touchdowns from 50 and 5 yards. Willie Fujioka had runs from 49 and 39 yards. While Zach Tackwell caught a pair of touchdown passes from 11 and 76 yards out. Mark Morris had 409 rushing yards in the win.

Woodland receiver Nick Fuller had a pair of touchdown catches on 11 catches for 185 yards in the loss for the Beavers.

With the win Mark Morris improves to 3-2 on the season and 2-0 in league play. The Monarchs will travel to Hockinson (0-5 0-1) for a non-league match up with the Hawks next Friday at Nautilus Field 7:00 p.m. Woodland falls to 0-5 on the season with the loss and 0-1 in league play. The Beavers will travel to R.A. Long (4-1 1-0) next Friday at Longview Memorial Stadium 7:00 p.m.

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first quarter

MM – Jeremy Wolf 2 run (Riley Johnston kick)
MM – Nikko Asbell 50 run (Johnston kick)
MM – Willie Fujioka 49 run (Johnston kick)

second quarter

MM – Asbell 5 run (Johnston kick)
MM – Zach Tackwell 11 pass from Wolf
MM – Fujioka 39 run

third quarter

W – Nick Fuller 10 pass from Adam Shoup (Kalani LaFave kick)
MM – Dan Feeney 6 run

forth quarter

W – Shoup 5 run (LaFave kick)
W – Fuller 21 pass from Shoup
MM – Tackwell 76 pass from Seth Pedersen (Johnston kick)


Passing – Woodland – Shoup 20-33-1-310;

Receiving – Woodland – Fuller 11-185;

Rushing – Mark Morris – Fujioka 4-124, Feeney 13-127, Asbell 4-66, Wolf 8-80

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7 Responses to “Mark Morris Gets Big Road Win 53-20 At Woodland”

  1. ccclps on October 2nd, 2010 11:59 am

    kalani lafave is a kicker for MM not woodland bryan hahaah, need some more coffee?

  2. Papi Grande on October 2nd, 2010 3:01 pm

    Both teams playing the #1 guys well into the 4th in a blowout. Get a clue coaching staffs! Football is about your win loss record, not stats or how big the win or loss is. EGO will get your key guys hurt well after the game has been decided. Maybe some parents need to speak their mind.

  3. ccclps on October 2nd, 2010 8:40 pm

    Hey genius, that was greenleaf’s fault, he’s out their running quick fades to fuller on MM’s JV defense! that is woodland’s fault. a few players were taken out after the first quarter linemen i believe. That is unsportsmenlike on their part, woodland probably would not have scored had they taken shoup and fuller out. So don’t get ticked at MM, they simplily responded to a annoyance. so what happens when you do that? you get parents mad…and then the starters come back out and throw a 76 yrd TD just to make a point. some people just don’t know how to lose

  4. papi grande on October 3rd, 2010 10:24 am

    Like I said, both teams. Big deal if Woodland kept starters in and the game ended up a little closer. Would “making a point” be worth losing a starter for the season?

  5. ccclps on October 3rd, 2010 7:21 pm

    so like you said…take your starters out so they don’t risk injury, if woodland lost nick fuller. They’ed lose by alot more than what happend friday

  6. MM fan on October 5th, 2010 10:22 pm

    The starter did not throw the 76 yard pass. That was Pedersen. He didn’t come into the game until the 4th qtr.

  7. ccclps on October 6th, 2010 7:02 pm

    yea I know that tha’ts why it says on the scoring log above” Tackwell 76 yrd pass from Seth Pedersen” but every other starter came back out. in otherwords Their was no one on the JV offense out on that throw…and I don’t count pedersen as a JV player…since he was predicted to be the GSHL 2A first team Quarterback

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