Football roundup: Patrick Azevedo drills game-winning field goal for Othello

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Othello 3, Connell 0

OTHELLO — Patrick Azevedo hit a 25-yard field goal as time expired and Othello beat Connell in a defensive battle 3-0.

Isaac Barragan had the best offensive output of the night with 151 yards on 27 carries. Isaiah Perez added 59 yards on the ground.

Othello held Connell under 100 yards of total offense, including a paltry 24 rushing yards.

Cashmere 20, Ephrata 14 (OT)

CASHMERE — Cashmere’s Sam Phillips scored a 3-yard rushing touchdown to beat Ephrata in overtime 20-14.

The Tigers had an opportunity to win the game in regulation after a 4-yard touchdown by Mac Laird tied the score 14-14 in the fourth quarter, but the ensuing extra point was missed.

Phillips had two rushing scores for the Bulldogs.

Zillah 28, Quincy 7

QUINCY — Zillah scored 21 unanswered points to beat Quincy 28-7.

The Jacks scored their lone touchdown on a 28-yard hook-up between quarterback Israel Cavazos and Isaiah Ayala.

Sebastian Godina had two touchdown receptions and Wes Avila scored twice on the ground for the Leopards.

Wahluke 74, Wapato 33

MATTAWA — Wahluke eclipsed 450 total yards to blow out Wapato 74-33.

Oscar Rodriguez threw five touchdowns, including a 73-yarder to Jovani Alejo.

Despite the lopsided score, Class 2A Wapato hung around as Wahluke entered halftime only ahead 27-25. However, the Warriors were able to outscore the Wolves 47-8 in the second half.

Jose Celaya averaged over 10 yards per carry on his way to 204 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Alejo had an efficient two receptions for 108 yards and two scores.

Warden 48, Okanogan 44

WARDEN — Warden won a shootout against Okanogan 48-44.

The Cougars held on at the end, outscoring the Bulldogs 22-21 in the fourth quarter to protect a narrow lead.

The Cougars opened up a 14-0 lead and led 20-16 at halftime. Okanogan took its first lead in the third quarter, 30-26, before Ryan Arredondo found Tyson Wall for a 48-yard touchdown.

Arredondo erased another deficit with a 61-yard TD toss to Edgar Hernandez to pull the Cougars ahead, 38-37.

A 3-yard rushing touchdown by Josue Ramos swung the lead back to Okanogan. Warden had one more comeback after Arredondo completed another touchdown pass and a 2-point conversion to Holden Haworth for a 4-point cushion.

Davenport 34, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 19

DAVENPORT — Spencer Gering had two total touchdowns, but Lind-Ritzville/Sprague fell at Davenport 34-19.

The Gorillas led 27-12 after three quarters. Alex Plasensia had 158 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Gorillas.

Almira/Coulee-Hartline 58, Pateros 0

COULEE CITY — Almira/Coulee-Hartline scored 38 second-quarter points and beat Pateros 58-0

Brayton Schafer rushed for 161 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Class 1B state runners-up. Reece Isaak added a pair of rushing touchdowns and an interception return.

Soap Lake 48, Cusick 18

SOAP LAKE — Deezy Bentley scored six total touchdowns and Soap Lake cruised by Cusick 48-18.

Bentley opened the game with a 50-yard interception return and added touchdown runs of 3, 33, 70, 60 and 34 yards.

Byron Dowers had 158 rushing yards and one touchdown.

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