Washougal Snaps 14 Game Losing Streak With 34-6 Win Over Chief Leschi

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 19, 2009

Washougal has not won a football game since October 11, 2007 when the Panthers defeated R.A. Long 30-28. On Saturday, the 14 game losing streak was broken when Chief Leschi fell 34-6 at Fishback Stadium.

Panther QB Colton Sullivan passed for 126 yards and 3 TD in the win. RB Ben O’Hara added 129 rushing and a rushing TD as well.

With the win Washougal improves to 1-2 on the season and will host Fort Vancouver Friday for their final non-league game.

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09/19/09
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Chief Leschi
0
0
6
0
6
Washougal Panthers
0
20
0
14
34
Rushing — Washougal — Ben O’Hara 12-129, John Corona 5-32, Nick Gubser 4-46. Chief Leschi — Savini 7-12, St. Germain 10-38.

Passing — Washougal — Sullivan 8-12-0-126. Chief Leschi — Savini 9-24-123.

Receiving — Washougal — Gubser 2-28, Houglind 4-86, Ewing 2-24. Chief Leschi — Ali Ahmed 1-45, St. Germain 3-33.

Second quarter
W — Nick Gubser 27 pass from Colton Sullivan (Sullivan kick)
W — Ben O’Hara 49 run (David Zack kick)
W — Nick Gubser 62 punt return (kick failed)
Third quarter
CL — Alex St. Germain 14 pass from Tyler Savini (run failed)
Fourth quarter
W — Jeremy Ewing 12 pass from Sullivan (Zack kick)
W — David Houglind 33 pass from Sullivan (Zack kick)

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Comments

5 Responses to “Washougal Snaps 14 Game Losing Streak With 34-6 Win Over Chief Leschi”

  1. camas alumni on September 20th, 2009 8:33 pm

    good job panthers

  2. dog pile on September 22nd, 2009 10:00 pm

    I thought cheif leshi was 8 man football. i mean seriuosly whos next 3 sisters of the poor school of girls?

  3. BigNtasty on September 23rd, 2009 4:26 pm

    I went to washougal, played for em last year…while it’s nice to see then finally get a win…it’s chief leschi…1 step above 8 man football, I almost tried for a boundary acception so I could go to camas to be part of a winnin team…wish I would have

  4. camas alumni on September 24th, 2009 12:13 pm

    i feel bad for washougal it would suck to play on a team that never wins its really hurts the self esteem of all the players

  5. bigcoug on September 24th, 2009 9:53 pm

    I’ve always felt that Washougal would be the perfect setting for a great football program. I’ve heard great things about the coach, but let’s see what happens the rest of the way. Is there any talent at the younger, feeder levels?

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