Mount Baker knocks Woodland outside the state playoffs

“It was a hard fought game from the beginning, Beavers guide Mark Greenleaf said. “These people a good team. I’m proud of our kids for fighting ’till the end.

“It came down to likelihood, He bundled. “It boils down to executing. Only at that level, Customer good. You have to profit from opportunities given. In the better half, We did not,

The eighth ranked Mountaineers took the lead for good on Jake Schleimer’s 31 yard landing run late in the third quarter, Then rose up to make play after play in the trenches and protect a 21 14 take reap some benefits.

During a pivotal line in the fourth quarter, Woodland had eight snaps in your Mount Baker 10 but failed to score. Then the Mountaineers converted a daring fourth down from their 39 and drained all but 41 seconds from the fourth quarter with a systematic drive.

A punt pinned the Beavers at unique 1, And Woodland was struggle to advance beyond midfield.

Hunter Huddleston led a four play scoring drive on the Beavers’ first title of the game, Finding Kyle Hendrix on a 21 yard landing pass for a 7 0 lead at the 10:29 mark together with first quarter.

Schleimer helped tie it with 2 yard TD run, But Woodland reclaimed the lead on Cy Whitmire’s 6 yard landing run with 1:02 left in the starting up period. The short scoring scamper was set up by tough running of Whitmire’s sophomore brother, Eli.

Towards the eight minute mark of the fourth quarter, Woodland had four straight cracks at a score at the Baker 10, And earned a new set of downs when the Mountaineers were flagged for defensive securing fourth down.

But details didn’t buckle, Stopping Huddleston on third and fourth down rushing attempts at target line. Greenleaf felt that Huddleston obtained on fourth down.

“We thought i was in, He was quoted saying.

Eli Whitmire had 255 yards hurrying on 26 carries, And Huddleston carried out 8 of 13 passes for 82 yards. Hendrix caught two goes on for 41 yards.

Hendrix also had 10 tackles and reinstituted a fumble. Cy Whitmire forced a fumble and reclaimed two, Travis Webb had eight tackles and Zach Lacey was a preventive standout.

“Great few seniors. I’m so happy with them, Explained Greenleaf. “We spoke of leaving a legacy, Considering that they know left one. They provided a great run and got into the state playoffs. I couldn’t ask for additional information,