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Bend overwhelms Eagles in second half

Prep football

BEND -- Jason Berry ran for two touchdowns and passed for another as Bend pulled away in the second half for a 22-6 non-conference victory over Eagle Point Friday at Punk Hunnel Field.

The Eagles kept the game close early, trailing only 12-6 at intermission, but the Lava Bears took control in the second half.

Eagle Point only ran 10 plays in the second half compared to 39 for its Intermountain Conference foe.

After Berry scored on a 31-yard scamper in the first quarter, the Eagles answered on Sean Johnston's 25-yard TD to tie the game.

But it was all Lava Bears from there.

Berry connected with Travis Clason on a 43-yard scoring play to give Bend the halftime lead.

The Lava Bears had 373 yards in offense, including 246 on the ground. Ryan Carter led the Bend rushing attack with 168 yards on 24 carries.

For Eagle Point, Johnston carried 16 times for 101 yards.

The Eagles host Roseburg in its Southern Oregon Conference opener next Friday.

KLAMATH UNION 26, MAZAMA 14 -- At Klamath Falls, Danny King scored three touchdowns to lead Klamath Union in the annual Canal Bowl.

Tyler Starkey led Mazama, completing 8 of 19 pass attempts for 71 yards and one touchdown. He also ran the ball 4 yards for another touchdown.

DOUGLAS 48, PHOENIX 0 -- At Winston, Phoenix couldn't contain running back Troy Polamalu, who rushed for 211 yards and four touchdowns, as the Pirates suffered their second straight shutout loss.

Sixth-ranked Douglas intercepted three passes and held Phoenix to a total of 55 yards in offense. The Pirates only managed 22 yards on 20 carries.

The Trojans were slowed by 165 yards in penalties, but still ended the game in the fourth quarter on the 45-point mercy rule.

Phoenix............................0 0 0 0 -- 0

Douglas.....................14 7 21 6 -- 48

D -- Polamalu 10 run (kick failed)

D -- Polamalu 22 run (Young pass from D. Blomgren)

D -- Weaver 21 pass from D. Blomgren (D. Blomgren kick)

D -- Polamalu 11 run (kick failed)

D -- Winters 10 run (Winters pass from D. Blomgren)

D -- Polamalu 77 run (Fields kick)

D -- Winters 16 run (no PAT)

HIDDEN VALLEY 37, COQUILLE 6 -- At Coquille, junior running back Ryan Wilson scored three touchdowns for No. 5-ranked Hidden Valley in the non-conference victory.

Hidden Valley................2 22 7 6 -- 37

Coquille..............................0 0 6 0 -- 6

HV -- Wilson 6 run (kick failed)

HV -- Wilson 5 run (Kennedy pass)

HV -- Sakraida 41 blocked punt return (Kennedy pass)

HV -- Mason 38 run (Vanderstoel kick)

C -- Vie 71 kickoff return (pass failed)

HV -- Wilson 42 run (pass failed)

ROGUE RIVER 30, GLENDALE -- At Glendale, Class 3A Rogue River built a 30-8 lead, then had to hold off its Class 2A opponent late in the game.

Glendale scored on Curtis Foster's second touchdown pass of the game with 21 seconds and recovered an on side kick. The Pirates advanced to the Chieftain 30 before an interception ended any comeback hopes.

Rogue River accumulated 381 yards in offense. Quarterback Jarrod Garwood passed for 239 yards and two touchdowns and running back Tony Roberts gained 141 yards on 40 carries.

Junior running back Justin DeKruger led the Pirates with 106 yards and two touchdowns.

Rogue River..................6 8 16 0 -- 30

Glendale........................8 0 0 18 -- 26

RR -- Wessels 38 pass from Garwood (pass failed)

G -- DeKruger 6 run (DeKruger run)

RR -- McMillian — run (McMillian run)

RR -- Warsaw 56 pass from Garwood (McMillian run)

RR -- Roberts — run (Roberts run)

G -- Donner 35 pass from Foster (run failed)

G -- DeKruger 2 run (pass failed)

G -- Causey 10 pass from Foster (pass failed).

ETNA, Calif. 20, CASCADE CHRISTIAN 6 -- At White City, Cascade Christian scored on Nick Risto's 2-yard run late in the first half to cut Etna's lead to 13-6, but the Lions answered with a two-play, 57-yard scoring drive before intermission.

Jack Cook's 14-yard scamper to the 2 set up Risto's TD. Risto scored on the next play.

Etna held the Challengers to 78 yards on the ground and zero yards through the air. Cook rushed for 30 yards to lead Cascade Christian

Etna.................................13 7 0 0 -- 20

Cascade Christian.............0 6 0 0 -- 6

DAYS CREEK 50, BUTTE FALLS 0 -- At Butte Falls, Joey Sands scored three touchdowns, two on kick returns, and Jesse Jackson rushed for two touchdowns and 114 yards as Days Creek ended the Skyline A game with about five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter due to the 45-point mercy rule.

Sands scored on a 70-yard punt return and on quarterback Ben Newton's second touchdown pass to help the Wolves take a 20-0 first-quarter lead.

Days Creek rushed for 333 yards and passed for 60 more. Jim Stever sparked the Wolves' ground attack with 120 yards on nine carries.

Butte Falls was limited to a total of 155 yards. Mark Lunsford led the Loggers with 65 yards rushing.

Butte Falls suffered a setback when senior captain Clint Stockton was knocked out of the game with a broken collarbone on the Loggers' first offensive series.

Days Creek...............20 12 6 12 -- 50 Butte Falls..........................0 0 0 0 -- 0

DC -- Dunn 8 pass from Newton (Sands run)

DC -- Sands 70 punt return (run failed)

DC -- Sands 35 pass from Newton (run failed)

DC -- Jackson 18 run (pass failed)

DC -- Jackson 12 run (run failed)

DC -- Sands 60 kickoff return (pass failed)

DC -- Guckert 5 run (pass failed)

DC -- Brown 35 run (no PAT)

ELKTON 46, PROSPECT 0 -- At Elkton, Prospect got off to a disappointing start under coach Mike Gordon, who returned as the head coach after a two-year absence.

The Elks ended the Skyline A League game in the third quarter due to the 45-point mercy rule.

Prospect ......................0 0 0 -- 0 Elkton......................28 8 10 -- 46