Contributed photo/Robert Wallace
Cole Kortge catches a conversion pass in Friday’s 66-36 victory against Union. The Rangers ran 44 plays for 443 yards, as senior Tanner Masterson scored five touchdowns, three rushing, and teammate Derek Frakes tossed three touchdown passes.
As of Tuesday, September 18, 2018
DUFUR – Tanner Masterson had a game for the ages to help lead the No. 4-ranked Dufur Rangers.
Masterson had three rushing touchdowns, receiving scores of 37 and 20, and he completed a conversion pass to Cole Kortge in Dufur’s 66-36 league victory at home Friday against Union.
Dufur quarterback Derek Frakes had his hand in the team’s first three scores, tossing a 40-yard touchdown to Asa Farrell and then added scoring completions of 37 and 20 to Masterson, before ending the first quarter with a 24-yard run to make it a 30-0 cushion.
The Rangers increased their lead to 52-12 at the half on a 34-yard run by Masterson, a five-yard scramble from Cooper Bales and a 53-yard scamper from Masterson.
Asa Farrell notched a 65-yard run and Kaleb Pence barreled into the end zone from a yard out to finish the scoring.
Frakes completed 4 of 4 passes for 94 yards and three touchdowns and Bales totaled 42 yards on 3 of 4 completions.
Of the team’s 304 yards on 36 rushes, Masterson led Dufur with 111 yards on three rushing attempts, Farrell ended up with 70 yards on two totes with a score and Pence added 54 yards and a touchdown on 15 rushes.
Farrell had 40 yards on one catch with a touchdown, Pence went for 30 yards on one catch and Masterson had two catches and pushed for 57 yards and two scores.
Dufur ran 44 plays for 443 yards, converted 4 of 8 on third downs and went 6 of 7 on point-after conversions.
The Ranger defense allowed 327 yards, 259 rushing on 28 carries and limited Union to 0 of 8 on third downs.
Abraham Kilby notched two sacks, and both Trey Darden and Caleb Olson reeled off a sack apiece, and Russell Peters intercepted a pass.
Dufur (3-0 overall) makes a trip to Enterprise High School for a 7 p.m. matchup Friday versus the No. 19 Outlaws (1-2).