Washougal Scores Last To Beat Woodland 26-21

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 16, 2010

Washougal scores twice in the final quarter of a back and forth battle with Woodland and takes the 26-21 victory.

Panthers RB Sam O’Hara scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and Ryan Erdwins added one as well in the win. QB Colton Sullivan hit Austin Toffell from 7 yards out for the game winning score in the 4th quarter.

Woodland’s Nick Fuller scored again on a 5 yard pass from QB Adam Shoup in the 2nd, and Shoup hit Logan Piper for 2 more scores.

With the win Washougal improves to 4-3 on the season and 1-1 in league play. The Panthers will host Mark Morris (4-3 2-0) Friday at Fishback Stadium 7:00 p.m. Woodland falls to 0-7 on the season with the loss and 0-3 in league play. The Beavers will travel to Hockinson (0-7 0-2) Friday at Nautilus Field 7:00 p.m.

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Washougal Panthers

Woodland Beavers

first quarter

Wash — Sam O’Hara 45 run (kick good)

second quarter

Wood — Nick Fuller 5 pass from Adam Shoup (Oliver Moss kick)

third quarter

Wood — Logan Piper 17 pass from Shoup (Moss kick)

Wash — Ryan Erdwins 5 run (kick good)

fourth quarter

Wash — O’Hara 9 run (kick failed)

Wood — Piper 45 pass from Shoup (Moss kick)

Wash — Austin Toffell 7 pass from Sullivan (run failed)


Rushing — Washougal — N/A; Woodland — Cy Whitmire 8-42, Shoup 10-12.

Passing — Washougal — N/A; Woodland — Shoup 13-34-1-174.

Receiving — Washougal — N/A; Woodland — Fuller 4-63, Piper 3-70, Travis Bulling 1-17, mass 2-21

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2 Responses to “Washougal Scores Last To Beat Woodland 26-21”

  1. 2A Observer on October 17th, 2010 10:49 am

    A win is a win, Washougal. Completely took the running game away, and except for Fuller’s 5 yard TD, took him away for a lot of this game. The offense did a great job responding to Woodland scores. A blocked punt and a fumble recovery on special teams helped. And one of the craziest FG attempts resulted in the game winning TD. Fun to watch.

  2. Panthers on October 18th, 2010 3:38 pm

    From most of the games it seem Washougal does a good job of controling the ball when they focus on the run. It is when they start throwing the ball things get out of control. Mark Morris will be the toughest game to date I would hope they stay focused on the run, shorten the game and try to play good defense getting a couple of stops. If they can get a couple of long drives it should keep the game close. Close enough to win that, that will be a tall test…..

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