Baltimore scored two defensive touchdowns and Lamar Jackson combined for 259-yards rushing and passing as the Ravens beat the Seahawks in Seattle 30-16 Sunday.
Marcus Peters intercepted Russell Wilson for the first time this season and returned it 67-yards for a second-quarter touchdown. Then, in the 4th quarter, Marlon Humphrey scooped up a DK Metcalf fumble and returned it 18-yards for a score.
Wilson finished the game 20-of-41 for 241-yards, a touchdown and interception and quarterback rating of just 65.2.
Lamar Jackson, meanwhile, was worth the price of admission. He turned in one stellar running play after another as he rushed for 116-yards and a touchdown while throwing for another 143-yards as Baltimore improved to 5-and-2. Seattle fell to 5-and-2 with the loss and next play at Atlanta Sunday.
WSU runs over Buffaloes while Huskies ‘Coug-it against Oregon
Turning to Saturday’s Les Schwab College Football Scoreboard…
Oregon rallied from a 14-point second-half deficit and beat Washington 35-31 Saturday in Seattle. Duck quarterback Justin Herbert capped the comeback on a 5-yard touchdown pass with 5:10 left. The win nearly sealed Oregon’s Pac-12 North Championship.
Washington State’s Max Borghi rushed for 105-yards and a touchdown in the Cougar’s 41-10 win over Colorado. Anthony Gordon also tossed four touchdown passes while the WSU defense came away with three interceptions.
Western Oregon’s 2-point conversion attempt to win it in overtime failed and Central Washington came away with a 42-41 victory Saturday. The Wildcats trailed 35-21with under 6-minutes remaining when Christian Moore led Central on two scoring drives to tie it. Moore finished with 332-passing yards and four touchdowns on the day.
Wild win 2-for-3 over weekend
The Wenatchee Wild won two out of three games over the weekend in BCHL play…
On Friday, Alberni Valley outscored Wenatchee 3-2 in the second period and went on for a 5-3 victory. Scoring goals for the Wild were Tyler Young, Ethan Wolthers and Matt Dorsey.
Wenatchee had better luck the next night as the offense exploded for 7 goals in a 7-3 win at Cowichan Valley. Jack Bayless started the offensive onslaught with 2, 1st period goals. Then Luke Gallagher, Brett Chorske, Drew Bavaro and Harrison Scott all scored in the 2nd frame. Captain Nick Cafarelli finished the scoring in the 3rd.
Then on Sunday, Daniel Chenard stopped all 16 shots that came his way in a 2-0 shutout at Victoria. All of Wenatchee’s scoring came in a 5-minute span of the 2nd period by Drew Bavaro and Harrison Scott. It was the Wild’s first shutout win of the season.
Wenatchee returns home Wednesday to host West Kelowna at 6 o’clock and then sees Salmon Arm in town Friday and Saturday at 7:05.
Wenatchee forces 1st place tie with Saturday’s 3-1 victory
The Wenatchee Panthers traveled across the river and beat arch-rival Eastmont 3-1 Saturday in Big-9 Soccer…
Maddy Smith scored the game’s first goal a minute into the second half to give Wenatchee the lead. Eastmont countered on a goal by Megan Chandler in the 44th minute to tie it. It would be all Panthers from there.
Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen had the play-by-play and were joined in the booth by former Wenatchee FC Director of Coaches Neil Oyston Saturday in the NCWLIFE Channel…
So Wenatchee and Eastmont are now tied atop the Big-9 standings at 7-and-2 with two weeks to go until playoffs.
Also Saturday, it was Moses Lake blanking Eisenhower 6-nil to remain in distance of Wenatchee and Eastmont at 6-and-2. And it was Ephrata downing Othello 6-to-2.
Big-9 lead goes to Wenatchee and Sunnyside with Eastmont’s 1st loss
Turning back the pages to Friday and the Les Schwab Prep Football Scoreboard…
The game of the week in the Big-9 turned out to be just exactly that as Sunnyside came from behind to beat Eastmont 29-28…
Here you see the final few minutes as Sunnyside’s Jovany Macias connects on a 26-yard field goal with 2:34 left to give the Grizzlies a 29-28 lead. Eastmont goes down the field and gets into position for the possible game winner from 29-yards out. But Oscar Mago’s foot slips and he falls down on the attempt and Sunnyside escapes with the one-point victory.
Meanwhile, here on the NCWLIFE Channel, the Wenatchee Panthers celebrated senior night with a 48-14 win over the Davis Pirates. Grant Olson and Eric Granstrom had the call…
Also Friday, Moses Lake was shut out by West Valley 51-nothing.
Cashmere wins battle of Bulldogs and Chelan upends Cascade in OT
In the Caribou Trail League…
Cashmere was able to outlast Okanogan 21-20. Omak crushed Reardan 50-to-nothing. And Chelan surprised Cascade in overtime 13-7.
Ellensburg takes over CWAC lead
In the CWAC Friday, Ephrata topped Selah 30-to-20. Ellensburg took over 1st place with a 17-7 win over Othello. And Quincy fell to East Valley of Yakima 31-7.
B league scoreboard
And in B league play Friday, winners were Davenport, Lake Roosevelt, Manson and Almira-Coulee-Hartline.
Battle for 1st in Big-9 featured on NCWLIFE with Friday Night Lights
Coming up this week on Friday Night Lights here on the NCWLIFE Channel, it’s the Big-9 Game of the Week…
As the Wenatchee Panthers host the Sunnyside Grizzlies with first place in the Big-9 and an inside shot at the State playoffs on the line. It’s also homecoming week for the Panthers. Grant Olson and Eric Granstrom will have your play-by-play Friday beginning with the pregame at 6:45.
NCWLIFE schedule includes volleyball Tuesday, hockey Thursday and football Friday
We’ll be at Wenatchee tomorrow for volleyball between the Panthers and Moses Lake Chiefs. Then Thursday during Hockey Night, it’s the Wenatchee Wild and West Kelowna.
Houston advances to World Series
And not to be left out, the World Series combatants are now set as the Houston Astros won the American League Championship Series in dramatic fashion over the New York Yankees Saturday…
ALCS MVP Jose Altuve hit a walk-off, two-run home run in the bottom of the 9th to give Houston a 6-4 win in Game 5. That was AFTER DJ LeMahieu hit a game-tying, two-run home run in the top of the 9th for the Yankees.
Game 1 of the World Series is tomorrow night at Minute Maid Park with Houston hosting Washington. First pitch is at 5:08 on FOX.