Week 12 Roundup: How Clark County players fared


Each week, Tailgate Talk will publish a list of each local player whose college teams were in action.

* — has used redshirt year

Colorado State

Garrett Grayson, Heritage, Sr. QB — Colorado State had a bye week, but it was still a big week for Grayson. The senior was notified that he’s considered a “legitimate Heisman contender” by the Heisman Trust. Also, the 9-1 Rams moved to No. 22 in the Associated Press rankings.

Central Washington

Jesse Zalk, Prairie, So. WR — Had eight catches for 143 yards and two touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 40-27 win over Simon Fraser.

Zalk’s longest TD catch went for 84 yards on the opening play of the fourth quarter.

“I just tried to put a move on the safety and then got inside of him,” Zalk. “Jake (Nelson) made a great pass. I made one guy miss and then just tried to run as fast as I could.”

Zalk also had an 11-yard touchdown grab and three kickoff returns for a total of 72 yards, the longest being 39 yards.

Kevin Haynes, Battle Ground, Fr.* LB — Had a team-high eight tackles, six of which were solo.

Josh Stolz, Mountain View, So. OL — Started at left guard for an offense that gained 530 yards of offense.
Gabe Rego, Union, So. LB — Played, but did not record a tackle.
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.

Eastern Oregon

John Payne, Camas, So.* DB — Had four tackles, including two for loss, as Eastern upset Southern Oregon 31-27 on the road. The Mountaineers moved up to No. 15 in the NAIA national poll.
Jorden Payne, Camas, Fr. DB — Did not play.
Jonathan Branson, Columbia River, Fr. Ath — Did not play.
Jayson Branson, Columbia River, Fr., Combo — Played in a backup role.
Bennett Muasau, Mountain View, Fr.* OL — Did not play.

Eastern Washington

T.J. Boatright, Union, Jr.* OL — Bye week.
Roldan Alcobendas, Camas, Fr.* K — Bye week.
William Lopez, Skyview, Fr.* TE — Bye week.
Zach Eagle, Camas, Fr. WR — Bye week.
Reilly Hennesey, Camas, Fr. QB — Bye week.

George Fox

Jesse Tonkinson, Hockinson, Fr. DB — Did not play in George Fox’s season finale, a 49-7 loss to Pacific Lutheran.
Austin Mace,
 Mountain View, Fr. RB — 
Did not play.
John Smarr, Battle Ground, Fr. LB —  Did not play.


Trent Cowan, Union, So., WR/DB — Played but did not record a stat in Idaho’s 34-17 loss to Troy.

Idaho State

CJ Hatchett, Heritage, Jr.* WR — Had one catch for 9 yards in the Bengals’  44-39 loss to Montana State.


Jeremy Girod, Fort Vancouver, Sr. DT/DE — Had two tackles, including one sack and another tackle for loss, as the Wildcats beat Pacific 59-0.
James Niemela, Columbia River, Fr. OT  Played in a backup role.
Jake Dennis, Skyview, Fr. DB — Did not play.
Matt Matteo, Skyview, Fr. C — Did not play.

Luther College

Louden Seekins, Hockinson, Fr., LB — Did not play in Luther’s 42-35 win over Simpson College.


Mitch Saylor, Union, Sr. TE — Had one catch for nine yards in Montana’s 35-17 win over Southern Utah.
Addison Owen, Camas, Jr.* DE —  Did not play.
Ryan Johnson, Mountain View, So.* DE — Played, but did not record a tackle.
Ellis Henderson, Skyview, Jr. WR — Is out for the season as he recovers from a stomach ailment.

Montana State

Odin Coe, Camas, Jr. DE — Had five tackles, including two for loss, in the Bobcats’ 44-39 win over Idaho State.

Montana State-Northern

Jess Krahn, Hockinson, Fr. QB — Had his best game thus far, throwing for 379 yards and five touchdowns in the Lights’ 44-41 win over Rocky Mountain College


Jed Barnett, Union, Sr. P — Punted two times, each for 33 yards, in Oklahoma’s 42-30 win over Texas Tech.

Oregon State

Drew Clarkson, Camas, Fr. OL — Did not play. He is on track to redshirt this season.

Portland State

Kieran McDonagh, Skyview, Jr. QB — Did not play in the Vikings 48-41 loss to Sacramento State.
John Norcross, Camas, Fr.* LB — Started at linebacker. Had two tackles.
Brandon Brody-Heim, Union, Jr. LB — Did not play.

Shasta College

Dylan King, Skyview, Fr., S — Did not play in Shasta’s 34-30 win over Yuba.

Southern Oregon

Austin Dodge, Skyview, Sr., QB — The NAIA’s all-time leading passer completed 24 of 38 passes for 307 yards and three touchdowns in Southern Oregon’s 31-27 loss to Eastern Oregon. He also rushed for a 1-yard touchdown and threw an interception.
Dylan Bratlie, Skyvew, Jr. OL — Started on the line for an offense that gained 442 yards.
Max Proudfit, Union, Jr. OL — Started on the offensive line.
Antonio Pulido, Heritage, Fr. DL — Did not play.


Hayden Schuh, Skyview, So., DB — Had one tackle in Washington’s 27-26 loss to Arizona.

Washington State

Parker Henry, Skyview, So.* LB — Bye week.
Erik Powell, Seton Catholic, Fr.*, K — Bye week.

Western Oregon

Nathaniel Penaranda, Union, Sr. RB — Rushed for 143 yards on 13 carries in the Wolves’ 18-15 win at South Dakota Mines. He also had one reception for one yard.
Elon Mack, Heritage, Fr. WR — Is redshirting this season.
Jason Vailea, Camas, Fr. DL — Is redshirting this season.


Clayton Farr, Ridgefield, So. DB — Season over.
Noah Schultz-Rathbun, Hockinson, So. DL — Season over.
Tyler Gold, Mountain View, Sr. OL — Season over.

Did I miss anybody who played this weekend? Email micah.rice@columbian.com or tweet @Col_mrice

Micah Rice

Micah Rice

Columbian Sports Editor Micah Rice is the author of Tailgate Talk: College football from a Clark County perspective.

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