Spudders Drop Season Opener 34-17 At La Center

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 5, 2009

La Center scored 21 2nd quarter points to pull away from Ridgefield Friday night. The Spudders outscored the Wildcats 14-13 in the 2nd half, but it was not enough as La Center won 34-17.

New Spudders head coach Kitt Rawlings will look for his first win next week as they host the Fort Vancouver Trappers.

Experts Picks

Bryan – La Center √

Mike- La Center √

09/04/09
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Ridgefield Spudders
3
0
8
6
17
La Center Wildcats
0
21
6
7
34
PASSING – Ridgefield — Clay Barton 6-16-1-60; La Center — Nick Deotsch 0-2-1-0.

RUSHING – Ridgefield — Dylan Young 20-59, Pourhassan 14-56; La Center — Kelly 11-182, Bechtold 13-70.

RECEIVING – Ridgefield — Travis Schlosser 2-9, Iulica Kinonen 1-9; Craig Horne 1-13, Oman 1-17, Andrew Mulligan 1-12; La Center — none.

First quarter
Rid— Matt Newman 25 FG

Second quarter
LC — Dillon Kelly 47 run (Dakota Davison kick)
LC — Davison 38 interception return (Davison kick)
LC — Kelly 43 run (Davison kick)

Third quarter
Rid — 37 fumble return (Joseph Pourhassan pass from Clay Barton)
LC — John Bechtold 1 run (kick blocked)

Fourth quarter
Rid — Pourhassan 9 run run fld
LC — Kelly 45 run (Davison kick)

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