Contributed photo/Joy Reyneke
South Wasco County quarterback Tanner Davis played a big role in helping his team win its third straight game, 64-13, over Prairie City last Friday.
As of Tuesday, September 18, 2018
MAUPIN – Garrett Olson threw for three touchdowns, rushed for two more, had a touchdown catch and added an 80-yard fumble recovery for an end zone trip in undefeated South Wasco County’s lopsided 64-13 triumph over Prairie City Friday in Maupin.
After trailing 7-0 early in the first quarter, SWC scored 51 unanswered points spanning the first-through-third quarters for a 51-7 advantage.
In their three-game winning streak, the Redsides have outscored their opponents 165-13, including back-to-back shutouts to start the year.
Olson, who is close to 1,000 yards from scrimmage in three contests, tallied 195 yards on 12 rushes and two scores, and he completed 4 of 8 passes for 112 yards to go with three touchdowns and an interception.
The sophomore caught three balls for 44 yards and a touchdown, intercepted a pass, returned a fumble 80 yards for a score and notched six tackles.
Overall, SWC racked up 442 yards of offense, 239 rushing on 24 carries.
Tanner Davis was 7 for 13 passing with 91 yards and a touchdown he added a 70-yard touchdown reception.
On defense, he had five tackles and returned an interception 72 yards for a score.
Brock LaFaver ended up with three receptions for 58 yards and a touchdown to go with two conversions and Zane Malefyt checked in with two catches for 17 yards and a score, adding six tackles, one for loss, a fumble recovery for a touchdown.
Timo Hisatake posted a rushing touchdown, a conversion run on offense, and he notched eight tackles, four for loss, a blocked punt and a forced fumble.
Eli Malefyt rushed for 37 yards on eight totes and had 11 tackles and an interception on defense.
Dalton Burgener finished with 1.5 tackles and a sack, Nick Brunson had three tackles and Damian Brown checked in with two tackles, as the Redside defense stopped Prairie City on 16 of 18 possessions and hurried the quarterback 28 times.
The Panthers ended up with 221 yards, 225 through the air on 51 attempts, went 0 for 15 on third downs and committed six turnovers.
South Wasco County (3-0 overall) hosts Burnt River (0-2) at 4 pm Friday in a six-man matchup in Maupin.