3A GSHL football: Kelso 35, Hudson’s Bay 13

first_img3A GSHL football: Kelso 35, Hudson’s Bay 13 Share: Share: KELSO 35, HUDSON’S BAY 13Kelso 14 7 7 7–35Hud.Bay 6 0 0 7–13First quarterK — Marshall Coleman 1 run (Kevin Aguilar kick)K — Riley Noah 69 pass from Marshall Coleman (Aguilar kick)HB — Akilotoa Kaumatule 38 run (kick failed)Second quarterK — Marshall Coleman 36 run (Aguilar kick).Third quarterK– Riley Noah 18 pass from Coleman (Aguilar kick).Fourth quarterK — Josh Webb 2 run (Aguilar kick).HB — Carter Morse 27 fumble return (Alfonso Barajas kick)Individual statisticsRUSHING — Kelso: Marshall Coleman 10-107, Josh Webb 15-71, Gage Bloomfeldt 6-23, Justyc Zieger 2-11, Devin Wallace 1-0, Sam Chhim 1-(-2), Kyle Broxton 2-(-2). Hudson’s Bay: Akilotoa Kaumatule 11-68, Carter Morse 15-19, Derek Barnes 6-10.PASSING — Kelso: Marshall Coleman 7-11-1-167, Riley Noah 1-1-0-28; Hudson’s Bay: Carter Morse 9-19-0-89.RECEIVING — Kelso: Riley Noah 4-146, Austin Bromley 2-35, Jorge Montes 1-11, Blake Fowler 1-3. Hudson’s Bay: Akilotoa Kaumatule 2-21, Trent Palen 1-21, Jacquez McDonald 2-18, Treyce Teague 3-17, Parker Marsh 1-12. Riley Noah had 146 receiving yards and two touchdowns as Kelso wrapped up the No. 2 seed in the 3A Greater St. Helens League.Noah’s 69-yard TD grab from Marshall Coleman gave the Hilanders a 14-0 first-quarter lead.The Eagles struck back with a 38-yard touchdown run by Akilotoa Kaumatule. But Kelso (8-1, 4-1) regained the momentum on a 36-yard touchdown run by Coleman, his second of the game.Hudson’s Bay (4-5, 2-3) finishes the season fourth in the 3A GSHL. The Eagles could have forced a three-way tie for second with a win. Published: October 27, 2018, 12:24am Tagscenter_img By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. GO Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Hudson’s Bay Eagles By The Columbianlast_img read more