Another fine PAT shot, this time of Oregon City, courtesy of Brad Cantor, PhotoSportsNW
Another fine PAT shot, this time of Oregon City, courtesy of Brad Cantor, PhotoSportsNW

Every Friday night, we’ll offer you PATs, a few nuggets from the night that was. We will add more blurbs as reports come in.

Be sure to check out Jerry Ulmer’s comprehensive Football Notebook, published Sundays, for an in-depth look at all of the weekend action from across the state.

Twice is nice for Warrenton

Hordie Bodden Bodden had 255 yards of total offense and accounted for four touchdowns in Warrenton’s 46-12 Thursday win over Yamhill-Carlton, the second time the Warriors played YC in less than one week due to Covid cancellations. Bodden Bodden threw three touchdown passes to Ethan Caldwell and eclipsed the century mark rushing for Warrenton, which also got touchdown runs from Dylon Atwood and Ethan GreenJosh Earls had an INT for the defense, his fifth in five Warrenton wins this season.

Chase is on in Sunset’s win

Chase Limbocker caught six passes for 151 yards and two touchdowns, as Sunset ended a 28-year drought versus Jesuit in a 31-14 win. Kyle Jaekel threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns, the third to Nic Janati, to help the Apollos finish the regular season 5-0.

Billies “Kennel-ed”

Ely Kennel connected on three touchdown passes for Santiam Christian, which opened a 44-0 halftime lead over Pleasant Hill on its way to a 58-7 win over the Billies.

Thurston howls in fourth quarter comeback win

Gavin Knights rushed for 288 yards and three touchdowns, two in the fourth quarter, as the Colts rallied from a 24-17 deficit after three with 28 points in the final quarter to defeat Sheldon, 45-31.

Bateman “feels shocked” after Monroe whitewashes Central Linn

Trent Bateman had three grabs for 131 yards and two TDs and Dylan Irwin needed only four carries to amass 115 yards and two TDs in the Dragons’ 43-0 shutout win.

Mountainside can’t hold that Tiger

Newberg improved to 5-0 by holding on to defeat Mountainside on the road, 34-28. Price Pothier, who had 299 yards on the ground and three scores, helped the Tigers to a 34-14 lead in the third quarter. A goal line stand and 98-yard strike from Brian Mannion to Andrew Simpson got the Mavericks back in the game. Another Mannion TD toss drew Mountainside within one score, and the Mavericks had a chance for a miracle win late, before Owen Hawley’s interception sealed Newberg’s win.

Scappoose gets “Luke-y” win in Columbia County showdown

Luke McNabb threw three touchdowns passes and ran for one more and Deacon Smith had a receiving touchdown and a pick six in Scappoose’s 48-0 win over county rival St. Helens.


That’s all we have time for tonight.

Be sure to check out Jerry’s more comprehensive report on Sunday!