• Prospect unleashes potent ground attack

  • PROSPECT — Scotty Kennedy ran for four touchdowns as Prospect gashed North Lake for 594 yards on the ground en route to a 72-24 victory in District 2 football Friday night.
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  • PROSPECT — Scotty Kennedy ran for four touchdowns as Prospect gashed North Lake for 594 yards on the ground en route to a 72-24 victory in District 2 football Friday night.
    Kennedy had 23 carries for 128 yards while Boston Ehlers led the way with 180 yards on 16 attempts. Ehlers had touchdown runs of 93 and 50 yards in the second half. He also went 4-for-10 for 49 yards through the air.
    Darren Stillwagon ran for 140 yards and streaked for TD runs of 65 and 45 yards for the Cougars (4-2, 2-2 Dist. 2), who picked up 98 rushing yards and the contest's opening touchdown run from Kyle Rowe.
    The Cougars' Evan Jermain returned a fumble for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
    North Lake quarterback Josh Hand rushed for 150 yards and three touchdowns.
    North Lake 6 6 12 0 — 24
    Prospect 16 16 24 18 — 72
    P — Rowe 25 run (Baker from Stillwagon)
    NL — McCord 22 pass from Hand (run failed)
    P — Stillwagon 45 run (Kennedy run)
    P — Kennedy 2 run (Ehlers run)
    P — Kennedy 5 run (Ehlers run)
    NL — Hand 32 run (run failed)
    NL — Hand 1 run (McCord pass from Hand)
    P — Stillwagon 65 run (Ehlers run)
    NL — Hand 4 run (run failed)
    P — Kennedy 10 run (Kennedy run)
    P — Ehlers 50 run (Rowe run)
    P — Kennedy 2 run (run failed)
    P — Ehlers 93 run (run failed)
    P — Jermain 50 fumble return (run failed)
    MAZAMA 22, PHOENIX 20 — At Klamath Falls, Mazama scored and then converted the go-ahead two-point conversion in the fourth quarter in Skyline Conference action.
    The Pirates dropped to 2-3 overall and 0-2 in the league action. Mazama improved to 1-5 and 1-1 in Skyline play.
    NORTH VALLEY 43, KLAMATH UNION 28 — At Klamath Falls, No. 10-ranked North Valley ran back two interceptions late in the fourth quarter to secure the Skyline Conference win.
    With the game tied at 28, North Valley's Curtis Roberts picked off a pass and returned it 90 yards for a score with 5:09 to go. Tristan Burke, who finished with two passing touchdowns and two rushing TDs, sealed the victory by scoring on a 65-yard interception return with under a minute left.
    Quarterback Burke finished 18-for-36 for 234 yards. He carried the ball 12 times for 87 yards for the Knights (5-1, 2-0 Skyline).
    J.J. Chirnside, who made seven receptions for 91 yards, hauled in a 34-yard touchdown catch. Jesse Guthrie caught a 10-yard strike and finished with 40 receiving yards on five grabs.
    Austin Neill rushed for 74 yards on 20 carries against the fifth-ranked Pelicans (4-2, 1-1).
    HIDDEN VALLEY 29, HENLEY 0 — At Murphy, Tyler Gulbransen rushed for 106 yards and two touchdowns to pace Hidden Valley in Skyline Conference play.
    Despite connecting on just four of his 14 passes, Gulbransen also managed to pass for 128 yards.
    Bryce Ausland contributed two touchdowns on his only two carries for the Mustangs (5-2, 4-0 Skyline).
    Hidden Valley 7 8 0 14 — 29
    Henley 0 0 0 0 — 0
    HV — Gulbransen 36 run (Gulbransen kick)
    HV — Gulbransen 11 run (Ottosen run)
    HV — Ausland 16 run (Gulbransen kick)
    HV — Ausland 5 run (Gulbransen kick)
    ST. MARY'S 61, CHILOQUIN 6 — At Chiloquin, Jacob Smith intercepted three passes, returning one for a touchdown, and rushed for 98 yards on just five carries to secure a winning season for St. Mary's.
    St. Mary's (5-1) rushed for 480 yards as a team, with Daniel Seus accounting for 158 on five attempts. Seus also had an interception return for a score.
    Quarterback Denten Edwards passed for 72 yards to lead the Crusaders.
    St. Mary's 34 7 14 6 — 61
    Chiloquin 0 6 0 0 — 6
    SM — Seus 38 run (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — Seus 36 interception return (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — Alvarez 27 run (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — Hough 29 pass from Edwards (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — Seus 86 run (kick blocked)
    C — Hillaire 28 pass from Spencer (conversion failed)
    SM — Seus 14 run (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — Smith 33 interception return (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — Lennon 12 pass from Edwards (VanValkenberg kick)
    SM — O'Doyle 2 run (kick failed)
    LAKEVIEW 49, ROGUE RIVER 0 — At Lakeview, despite outrushing Lakeview 157 yards to 155 yards, the Rogue River (2-3) was manhandled by the Honkers (2-3) in the SCH opener.
    Alex Valencia led Rogue River in rushing with 56 yards on 12 carries.
    Lane Hadley scored four touchdowns for Lakeview, rushing for 108 yards on 11 carries.
    Rogue River 0 0 0 0 — 0
    Lakeview 7 21 14 7 —49
    L — Hadley 2 run (Cockrell kick)
    L — Martin 41 pass from Clemens (Cockrell kick)
    L — Hadley 7 run (Cockrell kick)
    L — Martin 9 pass from Clemens (Cockrell kick)
    L — Hadley 46 run (Cockrell kick)
    L — Hadley 3 run (Cockrell kick)
    L — Hargas 15 pass from Staub (Cockrell kick)
    ILLINOIS VALLEY 19, BONANZA 7 — At Bonanza, Illinois Valley rushed for 151 yards overall in a defensive struggle that remained close until the end.
    The Cougars (3-3) outgained the Antlers (3-2) 219 yards to 134 yards in a sloppy contest where the two teams combined for 13 fumbles and seven turnovers.
    James Thompson had two second-half TD runs to help Illinois Valley pull ahead.
    Illinois Valley 6 0 6 7 — 19
    Bonanza 0 7 0 0 — 7
    IV — Welch 7 pass from Manning (kick failed)
    B — Stewart 1 run (Brooks kick)
    IV — Thompson 39 run (kick failed)
    IV — Thompson 5 run (Smith kick)
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