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Vikings knock out Pirates

KLAMATH FALLS — The Mazama football team shut out Phoenix, 48-0, in the Class 4A state quarterfinals on Saturday.

The Vikings — who also beat the Pirates, 54-0, on Oct. 24 — will next play North Bend in their first-ever semifinal appearance.

Dallas Devry connected with Jon Cran on a 32-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring, and Mazama cruised from there.

The Pirates (8-2) were held to 125 total yards, while the Vikings (10-0) went for 347.

Phoenix quarterback Triston Hay finished 8-for-25 passing for 97 yards and an interception. He rushed 16 times for 23 yards.

Tyler Hague had four catches for 51 yards and Cole George four grabs for 46 yards for the Pirates, who got within 10 yards of the end zone twice. The Vikings recorded a fourth-down stand at the 1-yard line just before halftime.

Vikings 48, Pirates 0

At Mazama High

Phoenix;0;0;0;0;—0

Mazama;22;12;14;0;— 48

M — Cran 32 pass from Devry (Agnimel kick)

M — Safety

M — Lancaster, 24 run (Agnimel kick)

M — Hanseth 35 run (kick failed)

M — Hall 1 run (kick failed)

M — Hyde 1 run (run failed)

M — Hall 38 run (Agnimel kick)

M — Lancaster 9 run (Agnimel kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

;Phoenix;Mazama

First Downs;9;10

Rushes-Yards;25-28;38-281

Passing Yards;97;66

Comp-Att-Int;8-25-1;2-3-0

Total Yards;125;347

Punts;3-27.3;0-0

Fumbles-lost;4-0;1-0

Penalties-yards;5-35;8-56

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING

Phoenix — Hay 16-23, Atteberry 2-6, Masalosalo 1-2, Knight 5-4, Team 1-(-7)

Mazama — Hanseth 8-64, Mclin 2-9, Hyde 9-66, Lancaster 6-63, Hall 6-41, Cisneros 4-14, Devry 3-24.

PASSING

Phoenix — Hay 8-25-1 97.

Mazama — Devry 2-3-0 66.

RECEIVING

Phoenix — Hague 4-51, George 4-46.

Mazama — Cran 2-66.

Water Polo

ASHLAND TAKES THIRD: At Corvallis, the Ashland boys and girls water polo teams both earned wins to finish in third place at the state tournament.

The Grizzly boys beat Marist, 15-7. Tristan Gavin had eight goals, two assists and five steals, Devon Lancaster recorded three goals, three steals and three assists and goalkeeper Vincent Wright blocked 11 shots and had five steals and two assists.

The Ashland girls downed Summit, 12-9. Sabrina Scoggin had four goals, five assists and four steals, Leilani Sukles recorded three goals, three assists and three steals and goalkeeper Kyilyn Boehm made nine blocks with one steal.