Eagle Point wins big over Roosevelt

PORTLAND — Quarterback Scott Erickson and receiver Garrett Davis put together an offensive explosion for Eagle Point Friday night.

The pair had a hand in four touchdowns as Eagle Point blasted Roosevelt 44-0 in nonconference football.

The Eagles avenged a 62-51 loss to the Roughriders last year when running back Isaiah Johnson ran through the defense for 444 yards and seven touchdowns.

Erickson, a senior quarterback, ran for two touchdowns and passed to Davis for two more. Erickson also had a hand in four two-point conversions.

"Erickson was real accurate and Davis had a big game receiving," Eagle Point coach Harry Hedrick said. "Erickson did a good job converting on third down."

Erickson was 18-of-27 passing for 190 yards.

"The defense played well and got some turnovers in the red zone that led to scores," said Hedrick. "The biggest thing was turning them into points and that gave us some breathing room."

Zach Heppner excelled on the Eagles' defensive line. Heppner also caught a 15-yard first-quarter touchdown pass.

Davis and Tommy Erhart each had an interception for the Eagles (3-2).

"Overall for us to come all the way up to Portland and play well was big for us," said Hedrick.

Eagle Point 14 8 16 6 —44

Roosevelt 0 0 0 0 —0

EP — Erickson 7 run (Davis pass from Erickson)

EP — Heppner 15 pass from Smith (pass failed)

EP — Davis 9 pass from Erickson (Marlia pass from Erickson)

EP — Davis 7 pass from Erickson (Erickson pass from Davis)

EP — Erickson 6 run (Erickson run)

EP — Kaiser 6 run (kick failed)

KLAMATH UNION 41, PHOENIX 7 — At Klamath Falls, Klamath Union scored 27 second-quarter points to run away with the nonconference game, dropping Phoenix to 1-3.

Hunter Lange and Mark Brooks each scored two touchdowns for the Pelicans (3-2).

Phoenix's score, a 36-yard pass from Neil Emerson to Kory Locken, came in the third period.

Matt Wiegand ran for 106 yards on 15 carries for Phoenix. Emerson completed 10 of 15 passes for 102 yards, while Locken had four catches for 55 yards.

Phoenix 0 0 7 0 —7

Klamath Union 7 27 0 7 —41

KU — Lange 4 run (Foster kick)

KU — Lange 2 run (Foster kick)

KU — Foster 27 pass from Amos (kick failed)

KU — Brooks 1 run (Chadderdon kick)

KU — Brooks 46 pass from Amos (Chadderdon kick)

P — Locken 36 pass from Emerson (Machado kick)

KU — Devol 14 pass from Stork (Chadderdon kick)

ILLINOIS VALLEY 48, SUTHERLIN 6 — At Cave Junction, seniors Eric McConico and Larry Ragsdale helped sixth-ranked Illinois Valley (5-0) rush for 296 yards and breeze to a nonconference victory.

McConico rushed for 107 yards on 10 carries and one touchdown, a 54-yard scamper in the first quarter, while Ragsdale rushed for 99 yards on 12 carries and scored four touchdowns — three on the ground and one through the air.

Illinois Valley quarterback Doug Hoskins finished 3-for-4 passing for 59 yards and two touchdowns.

Sutherlin (1-3) had 154 yards of total offense, including 93 yards on the ground, and was led by Austin Elliott's 11 carries for 54 yards.

Sutherlin 0 6 0 0 —6

Illinois Valley 21 13 7 7 —48

IV — McConico 54 run (Hoskins kick)

IV — Ragsdale 10 run (Hoskins kick)

IV — Ragsdale 70 punt return (Hoskins kick)

S — Oliver 40 pass from Cook (kick failed)

IV — Hoskins 12 run (Hoskins kick)

IV — Ragsdale 26 run (kick failed)

IV — Ragsdale 23 pass from Hoskins (Hoskins kick)

IV — Paul 27 pass from Hoskins (Hoskins kick)

NORTH BEND 25, HIDDEN VALLEY 22— At North Bend, Hidden Valley (2-3) scored with 46 seconds left and recovered an onside kick but could not capitalize in the nonleague loss.

Travis Warren paced a Mustang ground attack that amassed 254 yards. Warren had nine carries for 160 yards, including an 82-yard TD run in the third quarter.

Hidden Valley quarterback David Wardle was 15-for-30 passing for 130 yards and two interceptions. Saxon Gotfried led the Mustangs with seven receptions for 58 yards, and also came up with an interception

North Bend (3-2) rushed for 272 yards and gained another 74 through the air.

Hidden Valley 2 6 6 8 —22

North Bend 7 6 6 6 —25

NB — Mitchell 14 run (Clark kick)

HV — Safety, blocked punt out of end zone

HV — DeVos 1 run (run failed)

NB — Seals 8 run (pass failed)

HV — Warren 82 run (pass failed)

NB — Forrester 13 run (run failed)

NB — Mitchell 47 pass from Ottemiller (pass failed)

HV — DeVos 10 run (Gotfried pass from Warren)

NORTH VALLEY 42, DOUGLAS 15 — At Winston, Keith Suits rumbled for 274 yards on 15 carries and had three touchdowns for North Valley.

The Knights had just 27 yards through the air, but gashed Douglas for 356 yards on the ground.

Suits' 62-yard touchdown scamper put North Valley on the board, then he added an 88-yarder for a score to go up 28-7 just before the half.

Vince Kay added a 41-yard TD run for the Knights (3-1), who were more disciplined, committing just five penalties for 25 yards as opposed to their 38-22 victory over Sutherlin last week where they hurt themselves with 13 penalties for 110 yards.

The Knights' Paul Gutzman compiled 12 tackles and recovered a fumble.

North Valley 14 14 7 7 —42

Douglas 0 7 0 8 —15

NV — Suits 62 run (Woodruff kick)

NV — Suits 1 run (Woodruff kick)

D — No. 7 1 run (No. 2 kick)

NV — Kay 41 run (Woodruff kick)

NV — Suits 88 run (Woodruff kick)

NV — Norman 3 run (Woodruff kick)

D — No. 8 52 run (No. 15 run)

NV — Austin 2 run (Woodruff kick)

BUTTE FALLS 42, FALLS CITY 14 — At Falls City, running back Josh Dyck found pay dirt three times for Butte Falls, which put up 22 points in the second quarter to stay undefeated in a runaway nonconference victory.

Dyck had touchdown runs of 8 and 21 yards in the second quarter and added another in the fourth quarter while totaling 73 yards on 12 carries.

The Loggers' Harley Casillas had 61 yards on just seven carries and plowed in for two scores as well.

Cody Myers hooked up with Joey Knighton on a 30-yard touchdown strike for the Loggers' opening score of the game. Knighton had 63 yards on 18 carries.

Chase Ellis had 11 tackles and five assists for Butte Falls (4-0) while Josh McGonagle racked up eight tackles and assisted on nine.

Kameron Graham accounted for both of Falls City's touchdowns.

Butte Falls 8 22 6 6 —42

Falls City 14 0 0 0 —14

BF — Knighton 30 pass from Myers (Knighton run)

FC — Graham 35 run (Garrison run)

FC — Graham 4 run (run failed)

BF — Casillas 23 run (Knighton run)

BF — Dyck 8 run (Casillas run)

BF — Dyck 21 run (run failed)

BF — Casillas 2 run (run failed)

BF — Dyck 6 run (run failed)

Class 1A District 2

POWERS 74, PROSPECT 14 — At Powers, Jake Stevens had four touchdown runs and Thomas Wagner had three as Powers won in dominating fashion.

Stevens had scores of 18, 33, 75 and 15 yards, while Wagner scored from 10, 4, and 16.

Powers had eight total rushing touchdowns in the game. The other two came on scores by Kyle Blanton. He returned an interception 35 yards for a TD then hauled in a 35-yard pass from Stevens.

Prospect 6 0 8 0 —14

Powers 24 12 24 14 —74

Pow — Stevens 18 run (Wagner run)

Pro — Gordon 23 pass (run failed)

Pow — Wagner 10 run (Stevens pass from Blanton)

Pow — Stevens 33 run (Stevens run)

Pow — Wagner 4 run (run failed)

Pow — Stevens 75 run (run failed)

Pow — Blanton 35 interception return (Lewis pass from Blanton)

Pow — Stevens 15 run (Stevens pass from Blanton)

Pro — Gordon 10 run (two-point run)

Pow — Lewis 21 run (Wagner run)

Pow — Wagner 16 run (Dunn pass from Blanton)

Pow — Blanton 35 pass from Stevens (run failed)

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