Week 9 roundup: How Clark County players fared
The records keep falling for Garrett Grayson.
The Colorado State quarterback and Heritage grad the school records for touchdown passes and completions Saturday.
Each week, Tailgate Talk will publish a list of each local player whose college teams were in action.
* — has used redshirt year
The senior now leads Colorado State in career touchdown passes with 53, passing Moses Moreno, and completions with 587, breaking the mark set by Kelly Stouffer in 1986.
Grayson completed his first 13 passes of the game and finished 18 of 21 for 390 yards passing. He had first-half scoring passes of 21 yards to Dee Hart, 65 yards to Joe Hansley and 43 yards to Rashard Higgins as Colorado State won its sixth game in a row to improve to 7-1 on the season.
“Early on in my career I wasn’t thinking about that, especially with how I played early on,” Grayson said. “But this year, everyone knew where I stood. I knew where I stood. But I was always going to stay inside myself. Anytime you start thinking about records, it takes you out of your game.”
Jesse Zalk, Prairie, So. WR — Had 2 catches for 3 yards and one rush for 5 yards. Also had six kickoff returns for 164 yards, including a long of 35 yards.
Josh Stolz, Mountain View, So. OL — Played in a backup role after missing the last two games with a knee injury.
Gabe Rego, Union, So. LB — Had two tackles, including a half-tackle for a loss.
Kaben Humphrey-Butler, Union, So. WR — Did not play.
Tyler Grant, Prairie, Fr. OL — Did not play.
Leon Siofele, Union, Fr. RB — Did not play.
John Payne, Camas, So.* DB — Had six tackles, including three solo, in Eastern Oregon’s 70-21 win over Montana State-Northern.
Jorden Payne, Camas, Fr. DB — Had four tackles for the Mountaineers.
Jonathan Branson, Columbia River, Fr. Ath — Did not play.
Jayson Branson, Columbia River, Fr., Combo — Did not play.
Bennett Muasau, Mountain View, Fr.* OL — Did not play.
T.J. Boatright, Union, Jr.* OL — Played in backup role in Eastern Washington’s 28-27 loss to Northern Arizona.
Roldan Alcobendas, Camas, Fr.* K — Is out for an extended period after suffering a knee injury.
William Lopez, Skyview, Fr.* TE — Did not play.
Zach Eagle, Camas, Fr. WR — Did not play.
Reilly Hennesey, Camas, Fr. QB — Did not play.
Jesse Tonkinson, Hockinson, Fr. DB — Had four tackles, including three solo, in George Fox’s 36-0 loss to Pacific.
Austin Mace, Mountain View, Fr. RB — Did not play.
John Smarr, Battle Ground, Fr. LB — Did not play.
Trent Cowan, Union, So., WR/DB — Bye week.
Jeremy Girod, Fort Vancouver, Sr. DT/DE — Had one tackle in Linfield’s 59-7 win over Lewis and Clark.
James Niemela, Columbia River, Fr. OT — Did not play.
Jake Dennis, Skyview, Fr. DB — Did not play.
Matt Matteo, Skyview, Fr. C — Did not play.
Mitch Saylor, Union, Sr. TE — Caught four passes for 31 yards including a 20-yard touchdown catch in Montana’s 41-21 loss to Cal Poly. Saylor has touchdown catches in consecutive games.
Ellis Henderson, Skyview, Jr. WR — Is out for the season as he recovers from a stomach ailment.
Addison Owen, Camas, Jr.* DE — Did not play.
Ryan Johnson, Mountain View, So.* DE — Played in a backup role. Did not record a tackle.
Odin Coe, Camas, Jr. DE — Bye week.
Jess Krahn, Hockinson, Fr. QB — Saw his first action of his college career in the Lights’ 70-21 loss to Eastern Oregon. He played the entire second half, completing 9 of 21 passes for 132 yards. He had a 25-yard touchdown pass and was intercepted twice.
Jed Barnett, Union, Sr. P — Bye week.
Kieran McDonagh, Skyview, Jr. QB — Threw for two touchdowns and rushed for a third in the Vikings’ 30-17 win over Weber State. McDonagh completed 14 of 23 passes for 172 yards and no interceptions. He had scoring passes of 24 and 22 yards. On the ground, McDonagh carried 17 times for 62 yards, including an 8-yard touchdown run.
John Norcross, Camas, Fr.* LB — Made his third consecutive start at strong-side linebacker. Had three tackles.
Brandon Brody-Heim, Union, Jr. LB — Did not play.
Austin Dodge, Skyview, Sr., QB — The NAIA’s all-time leading passer completed 23 of 29 passes for 443 yards and four touchdowns in Southern Oregon’s 66-16 win over College of Idaho. He had TD passes of 73, 65, 50 and 4 yards along with one interception.
Dylan Bratlie, Skyvew, Jr. OL — Started at left guard for an offense that gained 693 yards.
Max Proudfit, Union, Jr. OL — Started at right guard for an offense that allowed just one sack.
Antonio Pulido, Heritage, Fr. DL — Did not play.
Nathaniel Penaranda, Union, Sr. RB — Did not play in Western Oregon’s 27-16 win over Simon Fraser.
Elon Mack, Heritage, Fr. WR — Is redshirting this season.
Jason Vailea, Camas, Fr. DL — Is redshirting this season.
Noah Schultz-Rathbun, Hockinson, So. DL — Played in a backup role in Whitworth’s 62-30 win over Puget Sound.
Tyler Gold, Mountain View, Sr. OL — Played in a backup role.
Clayton Farr, Ridgefield, So. DB — Had one tackle.
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