WATERVILLE — Almira/Coulee-Hartline beat Waterville 56-50 on Friday as the Shockers couldn’t complete a furious rally.
The Warriors took a 30-0 first-quarter lead, but the Shockers led 44-42 by the end of the third quarter.
ACH rushed for 358 yards in the victory.
Liberty Bell 60, Bridgeport 13
Bridgeport had a hard time keeping up with Liberty Bell on both sides of the ball and suffered a lopsided defeat on the road.
Liberty Bell held Bridgeport to just 41 yards of total offense, and Austin Watson scored twice on runs in the first quarter and once more in the second quarter on a 70-yard punt return.
“I don’t think we showed up ready to play today,” coach Kyle Krustangel said. “I give a lot of credit to Liberty Bell, they had a great game plan.”
Odessa-Harrington 58, Entiat 34
Quarterback Sam Schafer had four rushing touchdowns and three passing touchdowns to lead Odessa-Harrington to a win on the road.
“Odessa did what we thought they’d do,” Entiat coach Brian Bailey said. “Schafer had good speed. He’s a legit runner. His rushing yards gashed us.”
Enitat came back after a costly first quarter to bring the score to 36-26 by halftime.
“We had a good second (quarter),” Baily said. “We made some adjustments, and our defense stepped it up. Trang (Tran) threw OK, the offensive line did OK, we just didn’t execute in the first half.”
Othello 24, Ephrata 3
Host Othello tallied 17 second-half points to pull away from Ephrata.
The Tigers were held to 140 total yards. Dalton Balentine had 80 rushing yards for Ephrata, which received a 26-yard field goal from Dalton Johnson in the third quarter.