R.A. Long Too Much For Young Beavers As The Jacks Take Down Woodland 48-6 At Home

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 9, 2010

R.A. Long defeated the visiting Woodland Beavers 48-6 Friday night.

Jacks Freshman RB Jacob Yordy was the star of the night, rushing 8 times for 105 yards and scoring on 3 rushing touchdowns. Yordy also ran back a kickoff 85 yards for a score to close the show.

Fellow RB Shawn Brown actually led the team in rushing yards with 145 on 8 carries as well, and Brown scored on a 94 yard run in the third quarter.

The lone bright spot on the night for Woodland came with 40 seconds left in the game when backup QB Hunter Huddleston hit Beavers stand out WR Nick Fuller from 7 yards out. Youdy did not let the Beavers celebrate for long as he ran back his 85 yard score on the games next play.

With the win R.A. Long improves to 5-1 on the season and 2-0 in league play. The Lumkberjacks will travel to Hockinson (0-6 0-1) next Friday at Natuilus Field 7:00 p.m. Woodland falls to 0-6 on the season and 0-2 in league play with the loss. The Beveaver will host Washougal (3-3 1-1) next Friday at Woodland Stadium 7:00 p.m.

Experts Picks

Bryan - R.A. Long √
Mike - R.A. Long √
Cody - R.A. Long √

Woodland Beavers

R.A. Long Lumberjacks

First quarter

RAL — Jacob Yordy 6 run (Jerry Graham pass from Tanner Chamberlain)
RAL — Yordy 41 run (Chamberlain run)

Second quarter

RAL — Alex Orozco 32 FG

Third quarter

RAL — Shawn Brown 94 run (Sergio Vazquez run)

Fourth quarter

RAL — Yordy 14 run (Orozco kick)
RAL — James Rountree 6 run (Orozco kick)
W — Nick Fuller 7 pass from Hunter Huddleston (run failed)
RAL — Yordy 85 kickoff return (Orozco kick)

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12 Responses to “R.A. Long Too Much For Young Beavers As The Jacks Take Down Woodland 48-6 At Home”

  1. HiLander#37 on October 9th, 2010 11:35 pm

    I’d like to HEAR From the Jack Supporter…What he thinks about LumberJacks,

    Last 2 Games, I Value his Opinions…

  2. JACK on October 10th, 2010 12:10 am

    Why does it matter bro

  3. Jack Supporter on October 10th, 2010 8:23 am

    Here I am HiLander #37. The only thing I have to say about the Washougal win is that I’m glad we got out of there with a victory. Washougal is better than they have been the last few years and I’m glad we won one that some people thought we weren’t going to win. As far as the Woodland victory, I’ve been waiting for RAL to blow someone out for a couple years now. We seem to always “squeak by” those teams that we should beat easily, but Friday night was a case of RAL flexing its muscle and it was nice to see. Austin Wegdahl is by far the best QB at the GSHL 2A level and is right up there with some of the QB’s at the 3A and 4A level as well. When he runs the ball he doesn’t run like a QB, he runs like a fullback and puts his head down to get extra yards rather than worrying about getting hurt. That may make Coach Bertram nervous, but he is tough!!! Our 1-2 running tandem with Brown and Yordy is very impressive, and our defense is pretty darn good with Julio Barrera and Evan Earnest on the line, Jerry Graham, Christian Hudek and DJ Smith at LB and Tanner Chamberlain in the secondary. Graham will be playing college ball somewhere next year if he wants to. He flies around the field and has a nose for the ball and is probably in the top 3 LB’s in the GSHL at any level.

  4. Jack Supporter on October 10th, 2010 8:34 am

    As far as Hockinson next week on their field goes, this one makes me a little nervous. They played MM tough Friday night and actually led at halftime. They were league champs in 2008. Although they are apparently very young and they are 0-6, RAL cannot look past them. Hockinson can be a tough place to play, and they are going to be hungry to knock RAL off, especially with only 2 playoff spots this year instead of 3. Taking into account that Woodland’s defense is young and inexperienced, RAL’s o-line blocked really well Friday night. If they block like that against Hockinson, Yordy and Brown (and Wegdahl) will run wild and RAL will win. Our defense is solid, and I don’t expect that Hockinson will put too many points on the board against us. The RAL players know very well that a win Friday night sets up a civil war matchup with the league title on the line for the second year in a row. My prediction is RAL 27 Hockinson 13.

  5. jake mor on October 10th, 2010 7:59 pm

    GOOD Job LumberJack

  6. jake mor on October 10th, 2010 8:01 pm

    my Prediction is 35-6r.a.long

  7. 2A on October 11th, 2010 2:36 pm

    Any predictions for the end of regular season standings in the 2A?

  8. Jack Supporter on October 12th, 2010 6:44 am

    RAL 4-0
    MM 3-1
    WASH 2-2
    HOCK 1-3
    WOOD 0-4

  9. GSHL Fan on October 13th, 2010 8:46 pm

    Man I can’t wait to see Washougal at Woodland this week, I can’t wait to see who matches up with Nick fuller of Woodland….. Will it be junior Colton Sullivan or will the sophomore Karsten Short rise to the occasion? Should be a good game! I’m looking forward to how Washougal will do after being handed two losses. Will they silence the Woodland crowd early? Or will the Panthers suffer for having only 5 seniors when cruntch time comes around?

    We will see this Friday

  10. HiLander#37 on October 14th, 2010 1:07 pm

    Let’s GO LumBerJacks!!!

  11. hey on October 14th, 2010 5:43 pm


  12. Jake moe on October 14th, 2010 5:55 pm

    Go Jacks kick Hockinson Tommorw Night.

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