KLAMATH FALLS — Phoenix senior quarterback Justin Bohn accounted for 335 yards of total offense as the Pirates earned their second Skyline Conference romp in as many weeks, 41-6 over Henley on Friday.
Bohn gained 134 yards rushing and completed 18 of 26 passes for another 201 yards for the Pirates, who will have a rematch with Douglas in next week's Class 4A play-in round, at Douglas. Phoenix (5-3, 3-2 Skyline) opened the season with a 22-20 win over the Trojans (7-2) of the Far West League.
"It'll be good," Phoenix head coach Toby Walker said of matchup. "They run almost the identical offense as us and the same defense. We're two like monsters on both sides of the ball. It'll be a good matchup."
Senior receiver Austin Toney caught nine passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns, and Justin Gage rushed for 56 yards on 11 carries to help the Pirates dominate the Hornets (1-8, 0-5).
Phoenix held Henley to 130 yards of total offense and racked up 26 first downs to Henley's six. Toney also came up big on defense, returning a fumble 3 yards for the game's first touchdown.
"(The Hornets) have a solid running game and they pride themselves on being able to run the ball and we knew we had to shut down the run and force the pass," Walker said. "I'm pleased with how we played up front. It was a good defensive team effort."
Phoenix 7 14 6 14 — 41 Henley 0 0 6 0 — 6
P — Toney 3 fumble return (Hernandez kick)
P — Bohn 1 run (Hernandez kick)
P — Toney 7 pass from Bohn (Hernandez kick)
P — Bohn 15 run (kick failed)
H — Shannon 10 pass from Cullen (kick blocked)
P — Toney 15 pass from Bohn (Hernandez kick)
P — Reynoso 4 run (Hernandez kick)
HIDDEN VALLEY 33, NORTH VALLEY 24 — At Murphy, Hidden Valley scored three times in the fourth quarter to rally from a 10-point halftime deficit.
Kaleb Krauss totalled three touchdowns for the Mustangs — two rushing and one passing. His 12-yard run with 2:33 remaining took the wind out of the Knights (1-8, 1-4 Skyline Conference) just after Keith Campbell's touchdown run gave the Mustangs the lead with about six minutes remaining.
Krauss ran for 126 yards on 11 carries — his big run was an 80-yard TD scamper in the first quarter. He also threw for 58 yards on an 8-for-16 effort.
Josh Faulkner ran for 130 yards on 20 carries and a touchdown for Hidden Valley (5-4, 2-4).
North Valley's Tristan Burke threw a pair of touchdowns and was 24-for-34 for 260 yards.
The Knights' Dane Anderson hauled in seven passes for 76 yards and a score. Dane Dellsite rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.
North Valley 7 17 0 0 — 24
Hidden Valley 14 0 0 19 — 33
NV — Dellsite 5 run (Chirnside kick)
HV — Wojcik 14 pass from Krauss (Gulbransen kick)
HV — Krauss 80 run (Gulbransen kick)
NV — Anderson 12 pass from Burke (Chirnside kick)
NV — FG Chirnside 24
NV — Rusk 33 pass from Burke (Chirnside kick)
HV — Faulkner 5 run (kick blocked)
HV — Campbell 5 run (pass failed)
HV — Krauss 12 run (Gulbransen kick)
MAZAMA 16, KLAMATH UNION 14 — At Klamath Falls, Jake Cox ran for two touchdowns, including the go-ahead score that put Mazama up for good as the Vikings held off Klamath Union in the Canal Bowl.
Alex Thomas put the Pelicans (6-2, 4-1 Skyline Conference) up 7-3 in the opening quarter, but Cox answered in the second with a 4-yard TD plunge.
Klamath Union's Tyler Butler returned a fumble for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to cut Mazama's lead to 16-14, but the Pelicans were unable to complete the comeback.
Cox also scored in the fourth quarter. He had 18 carries for 93 yards and Daniel Mathis added 83 yards on 24 attempts for the Vikings (8-1, 5-0 Skyline).
Mazama 3 7 0 6 — 16
Klamath Union 7 0 0 7 — 14
M — FG Garrard 28
KU — Thomas 3 run (Kuhlman kick)
M — Cox 4 run (Garrard kick)
M — Cox 1 run (kick failed)
KU — Butler 88 fumble return (Kuhlman kick)
Southern Cascade Hybrid
CASCADE CHRISTIAN 49, BONANZA 6 — At Klamath Falls, Tyler Beard's career night helped Cascade Christian tag Bonanza for 472 yards and six touchdowns on the ground.
The Challengers (8-2) were scheduled to play St. Mary's in the next week to finish the season, but the Crusaders were forced to cancel because they couldn't field enough players.
Cascade Christian will begin its playoff run on Nov. 13 against a team yet to be determined.
Beard had career-highs of 219 yards rushing and three touchdowns on just 15 carries.
Tyler Stickler racked up 126 yards on only eight carries and ripped off a 53-yard touchdown run to put the Challengers on the board in the first quarter. The TD run completed a 99-yard drive.
Beard punched in his third touchdown of the night, capping a 98-yard drive toward the end of the fourth quarter.
The Challengers ran the ball 53 times and had 557 yards of total offense. Cascade Christian's defense limited the Honkers to 145 yards.
Brandon Williams led the Challengers with a career-high 10 tackles.
Cascade Christian 7 21 7 14 — 49
Bonanza 0 6 0 0 — 6
CC — Stickler 53 run (Beard kick)
CC — Banks 2 run (Beard kick)
B — Madera 1 run (kick blocked)
CC — Beard 39 run (Beard kick)
CC — Sosey 20 pass from Scottow (Beard kick)
CC — Beard 3 run (Beard kick)
CC — Scottow 3 run (R. Williams kick)
CC — Beard 4 run (R. Williams kick)
LAKEVIEW 41, ROGUE RIVER 8 — At Lakeview, Christian Reyes had a 55-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter and eclipsed the 2,000-yard single-season rushing mark in a loss to Lakeview (7-1, 2-1 Southern Cascade Hybrid).
Daniel Varela rushed for 75 yards for Rogue River, which finishes its year 3-6 overall and 1-3 in conference play. Reyes finished with 235 rushing yards on 46 carries.
Lakeview's Kyle Johnson threw two touchdown passes and rushed for a third.
Rogue River 0 0 0 8 — 8 Lakeview 14 6 7 14 — 41
L — Hamilton 43 run (Hamilton kick)
L — Taylor 5 run (Hamilton kick)
L — Davis 45 pass from Johnson (pass failed)
L — Gurber 17 pass from Johnson (Hamilton kick)
L — Taylor 12 run (Hamilton kick)
L — Johnson 1 run (Hamilton kick)
RR — Reyes 55 run (conversion run)
- POWERS 54, BUTTE FALLS 6 — At Powers, Moe Gower ran in a 12-yard touchdown on Butte Falls' final possession of the game against Powers (5-3, 4-2 District 2). The Loggers (1-8, 1-5 Dist. 2) host Prospect in their season finale next Friday.
- CAMAS VALLEY 54, PROSPECT 6 — At Prospect, Ryan Dancer completed 7 of 11 passes for 224 yards and four touchdowns as Camas Valley cruised to the District 2 rout over Prospect.
The Hornets (8-1, 5-1) built a 30-0 lead in the first quarter and never let up while grinding out 186 yards rushing.
Dancer completed three touchdown passes for 45 yards or more, including a 57-yard hookup with Eli Wolfe in the second quarter.
Camas Valley 30 6 12 6 — 54
Prospect 0 0 0 6 — 6
CV — Andreas 26 pass from Elliot (pass converted)
CV — Wolfe 25 run (run failed)
CV — Luscombe 45 pass from Dancer (Andreas pass from Dancer)
CV — Andreas 46 pass from Dancer (Wolfe run)
CV — Wolfe 57 pass from Dancer (run failed)
CV — Tilton 13 pass from Dancer (pass failed)
CV — Garcia 18 run (run failed)
CV — Garcia 12 run (drop kick failed)
P — Scotty 82 run (no conversion attempt)