Mark Morris Lands Final Blow In 20-18 Seesaw Battle With Centralia

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 6, 2010

Despite giving up a 61 yard touchdown run on the games 2nd play, and trailing #8 Centralia 12-0 early at home, Mark Morris hung tough and stood toe-to-toe with the visiting Tigers all night and eventually remained as the last man standing with the 20-18 victory.

RB Willie Fujioka led Mark Morris with 86 yards rushing and the Monarchs 2 final touchdowns as well as the winning 2 point conversion.

Centralia RB Zack Baldwin ran for 258 yards and a pair of rushing touchdowns in the loss.

With the win Mark Morris improves to 7-3 on the season. The Monarchs will host Foster (7-3) next weekend at Longview Memorial Stadium in the first round of the WIAA state playoffs, game date and time TBD.

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Bryan – Centralia x
Mike – Centralia x
Cody – Centralia x

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Centralia Tigers
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Mark Morris Monarchs

first quarter

CENT – Zack Baldwin 61 run (kick no good)

second quarter

CENT – Baldwin 2 run (kick no good)
MM – Jeremy Wolf 3 run (kick no good)

third quarter

MM – Willie Fujioka 5 run (run fail)

forth quarter

CENT – Mason Musselman 1 run (run fail)
MM – Fujioka 2 run ( Fujioka run)

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5 Responses to “Mark Morris Lands Final Blow In 20-18 Seesaw Battle With Centralia”

  1. Ketto on November 6th, 2010 4:04 am

    Whats with all the missed PATs? :/

  2. Go Dawgs on November 6th, 2010 8:29 am

    Mark Morris has struggled with PATs as of late and the radio guys covering the game had stated that Centralia’s starting kicker has been hurt for the past three weeks or so and the back up had never kicked much or on grass before and was slipping around earlier in the game.

  3. JACK on November 6th, 2010 9:42 am

    It’s not any different on grass or turf, trust me

  4. Go Dawgs on November 6th, 2010 10:23 am

    Maybe not, but if you haven’t kicked much as it is, especially in game situations, and now you are kicking in a playoff game on a surface you are not used to it does make a difference.

  5. MVHS Athlete on November 6th, 2010 10:31 am

    This is awesome. Go Mark morris

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