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Prep Football: Bradd, Eagles run over Ashland

EAGLE POINT — Devin Bradd rushed for 186 yards and three touchdowns, Noah Page had 136 yards receiving and two scores and the Eagle Point Eagles used a 21-point barrage in the second quarter to take control and beat Ashland 52-17 in a Midwestern League rivalry game Saturday at Eagle Stadium.

After a scoreless opening quarter Bradd ran in from the 1 and the 7, and Cameron Morgan threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Carlos Seiter to give the Eagles (4-1, 1-1 MWL) a 21-3 halftime lead.

Ashland’s Eriq Rodriguez scored on a 10-yard run early in the third quarter, but the Eagles outscored Ashland 25-0 over the next 12 minutes, extending their lead to 46-10 on a 51-yard touchdown pass from Morgan to Page.

Also for the Eagles, who topped the 40-point mark for the third time this season, Devin Foulon scored on a 28-yard interception return and Bradd scored on a 32-yard run. Morgan completed 11 of 19 passes for 209 yards and three touchdowns without an interception.

For Ashland (2-3, 0-2), Rieger Sayre completed 18 of 27 passes for 149 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, and DaMario Watson rushed for 52 yards.

CRATER 49, SOUTH EUGENE 13: At Central Point, Crater rolled to the Midwestern League win, maintaining a share of first place.

The Comets are 3-2 overall and 2-0 in league. South Eugene dropped to 3-2 and 1-1.

Crater’s Tony Flores had 54 yards rushing and scored on a 66-yard fumble recovery and a 14-yard run.

The Comets also got a 60-yard kickoff return for a score from Dylan Kinney.

Trever Davis completed 9 of 15 passes for 70 yards and a 14-yard score to Ethan Scott. Davis also carried six times for 83 yards.

Scott had three catches for 34 yards and 10 players reeled in receptions.

A running clock was used in the second half.

C — Flores 66 fumble recovery (Memmott kick)

SE — No. 2 15 pass (kick good)

C — Kinney 60 kickoff return (Memmott kick)

C — Scott 14 run (Memmott kick)

C — Flores 14 run (Memmott kick)

C — Scott 14 pass from Davis (Memmott kick)

C — Kramer 3 run (Memmott kick)

SE — Reyna 5 run (kick failed)

C — Anhorn 20 pass from Eaton (Memmott kick)

KLAMATH UNION 43, PHOENIX 13: At Phoenix, Klamath Union ran for 380 yards in cruising to the Skyline Conference victory.

The Pelicans (3-2, 2-0 Sky) amassed 510 total yards and scored in every quarter. They led 20-0 at halftime.

Austin Erickson had 151 yards rushing and scores of 11 and 12 yards, and Izak Peterson had TD runs of 73 and 23 yards, finishing with 144 yards on only 10 carries.

Phoenix (0-5, 0-2) got its yards through the air, passing for 313 but losing 9 on the ground.

Zach Dungey was 12 of 21 for 230 yards with one interception and a 25-yard scoring strike to Nik Goff. Dungey scored the Pirates’ second TD on a 2-yard run.

Jacky Hawkins had six catches for 136 yards and Goff five for 96 for Phoenix.

Michael Walker had five solo tackles and 10 assists to lead the Phoenix defense.

Klamath Union 14 6 10 13—43

Phoenix 0 0 7 6—13

KU — Arvizu 12 run (Hammersley kick)

KU — Taylor 7 run (Hammersley kick)

KU — Peterson 73 run (kick blocked)

P — Goff 25 pass from Dungey (Samis kick)

KU — FG Hammersley 26

KU — Peterson 23 run (Hammersley kick)

KU — Mendez 11 run (kick blocked)

KU — Mendez 12 run (Hammersley kick)

P — Dungey 2 run (pass failed)

ST. MARY’S 48, DOUGLAS 8: Junior quarterback Aliiloa Kaeo-Wailehua threw five touchdown passes, including two to Jonah Hadley, and Gavin Rajagopal had two rushing touchdowns and made six point-after kicks as St. Mary’s scored the first 48 points to dominate the Class 3A District 2 South opener at U.S. Cellular Community Park.

Rajagopal ran in from the 4 and Kaeo-Wailehua tossed a 55-yard touchdown pass to Hadley to give St. Mary’s (3-2, 1-0 Dist. 2) a 14-0 lead through one quarter of play. The Crusaders then scored four touchdowns in the second quarter to break open the game.

The second-quarter explosion included three Kaeo-Wailehua touchdown passes to Trevahn Foster, William Heycke and Jake Sieg, and Rajagopal’s 28-yard run. St. Mary’s also got strong defensive performances out of Aidan Young and Foster, who had five tackles for losses.

Douglas’ Johnny Slone scored in the fourth quarter to help the Trojans (0-5, 0-1) avoid the shutout.

Douglas 0 0 0 8—8

St. Mary’s 14 27 7 0—48

SM — Rajagopal 4 run (Rajagopal kick)

SM — Hadley 55 pass from Kaeo-Wailehua (Rajagopal kick)

SM — Foster 19 pass from Kaeo-Wailehua (Rajagopal kick)

SM — Rajagopal 28 run (kick failed)

SM — Heycke 22 pass from Kaeo-Wailehua (Rajagopal kick)

SM — Sieg 27 pass from Kaeo-Wailehua (Rajagopal kick)

SM — Hadley 9 pass from Kaeo-Wailehua (Rajagopal kick)

D — Slone 18 run (Slone pass from Burke)

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