BREWSTER — Brewster coach Ed Ashworth would like his team to perform better in the first half of games, but he doesn’t have too many issues with the way it closes out contests in the second half.
The Bears outscored Pateros 35-6 in the second half on Friday en route to a 42-6 victory. The win pushes Brewster’s Central Washington League North Division record to 4-0 and sets up a showdown game with fellow unbeaten Oroville next Friday.
“We continue to start slow,” Ashworth said. “But we’re doing what we need to do to get wins.”
Cory Squires ran for 183 yards and two touchdowns for the Bears, and freshman QB Easton Driessen accounted for 194 total yards.
Blaine Harvey caught a touchdown pass for the Billygoats.
In other CWL North games:
Oroville 62, Entiat 0
The No. 8 Hornets moved to 6-1 with a thumping of the Tigers on Friday in Entiat.
Oroville scored five times in the second quarter to take a 49-0 lead into the locker room at halftime.
Nick Perez had 116 rushing yards and two touchdowns for the Hornets.
Manson 28, Liberty Bell 13
The Trojans jumped out to a 17-0 lead before the Mountain Lions could get on the scoreboard with an 88-yard kickoff return by Austin Watson in the second quarter.
Manson kept the chains moving with Nate Coggins’ passing in the first half, and the Trojans’ quarterback finished with 169 yards through the air.
White Swan 16, Soap Lake 6
The Cougars hit on two big scoring plays, a second quarter interception return and a third-quarter pass, that spelled doom for the Eagles on Friday night.
Lake Roosevelt 48, Waterville 15
The Raiders’ offensive explosion carried them to a victory over the Shockers in Waterville.
Northeast 1B South
Mansfield 58, Easton/Thorp 8
Macen McLean did it all offensively for the Kernels, scoring four first-half touchdowns to help Mansfield to its second win over the Jaguars this season.
McLean finished with four catches for 100 yards, and also kicked the first field goal in coach Ric Bayless’ 12-year tenure, a 32-yarder with 7:12 to go in the third quarter.
Grandview 30, Ephrata 24
Herman Herrera had 115 yards receiving and three TDs as Grandview won its first game.
Bryce Beavers passed for 253 yards and two TDs to lead Ephrata.
Ellensburg 56, Quincy 13
At Ellensburg, Quincy wide receiver Kody Berens caught four passes for 183 yards, but it wasn’t enough to lead the Jackrabbits to a victory over Ellensburg.