College football scoreboard, with Valleyites in action….

Good Sunday morning. We have a lot of college stuff to get to, along with our weekly look at cross country.

We’ll start on the college gridiron, with scores and Valleyites in action.

Western Oregon 30, Simon Fraser 9 – In Burnaby, BC, the visiting Western Oregon team downed the Clan in a GNAC game. Two MSHS grads started for SFU: receiver Winson Sharps and linebacker Eric Murphy. Both are 2011 Wildcat alums, and Murphy had a busy day on defense with eight tackles, five of which were solo, and the North Bend product also had one tackle for loss of yardage along with a forced fumble and he also broke up one WOU pass play in the contest. Sharps had no stats of note despite the start.

Chapman 38, Whitworth 17 – In Orange, CA, the hosts from Chapman downed the visiting Pirates from Spokane. Senior Jacob Kriegbaum was busy on defense for Whitworth; the Cedarcrest HS grad from Duvall had four solo tackles, two of which went for loss of yardage (a total of six yards). Among those was a sack of the Chapman quarterback which cost them four yards and the ex-Red Wolve also forced a fumble.

UW 31, Arizona 13 – The rain did not stop the Huskies and their freshman kickoff specialist, Cameron Van Winkle, from getting it done at Husky Stadium in Seattle yesterday in front of the FOX TV cameras. Van Winkle, a 2013 MSHS grad from Fall City, kicked six times for 360 yards, averaging 60 yards a kick, and he also recorded two touchbacks.

Rhodes College 36, Berry 24 – In Memphis, TN, the visitors from Berry fell once again to stay winless on the season. Freshman Methus Weldon, from Snoqualmie and a 2013 MSHS grad, caught two passes for 18 yards for Berry; his longest reception went for 12 yards.

Dixie State 49, Humboldt State 24 – In Arcata, CA, the visitors from Utah trounced the host Lumberjacks. Sophomore Taylor Mitchell, from North Bend and a 2011 MSHS grad, had three tackles on the day for HSU, two of which were solos.

Central Washington 7, Azusa Pacific 3 – The Wildcats won the low-scoring affair in Azusa, CA, over the host Azusa side. Senior Mike Nelson started at left tackle for Central, and his fellow MSHS grad, junior Jordin Kinnune, likely also saw some action in the contest for the Wildcats. No stats for either player, however. Nelson is from Carnation and Kinnune is from North Bend.

Concordia-MN 34, St. John’s-MN 24 – Concordia scored the road win over their in-state rivals in St. John’s, MN. Freshman Hank Van Liew, from Snoqualmie and a 2013 MSHS grad, had one assisted tackle for Concordia.

Oregon State 44, Colorado 17 – The Beavers made short work of the visiting Buffaloes in a Pac-12 game in Corvallis, OR. Sophomore Josh Mitchell, a 2012 MSHS grad from North Bend, saw action on the offensive line for the Beavers, despite dealing with an injury he suffered in last week’s OSU win over San Diego State.

Stanford 55, Washington State 17 – The annual Seattle game for the Cougars did not go too well, as the Cardinal easily rolled to the win. A Valleyite got to hit the turf at the “Clink” – Century Link Field, the home of the NFL’s Seahawks – however, and that was WSU senior Zach Brevick, from Fall City and a 2009 Mount Si HS grad.

Minn-Duluth 64, Wayne State (NE) 21 – UMD rolled into Wayne, NE, and left with a blowout of the hosts from Wayne State. Freshman Hunter Malberg, from Snoqualmie and a 2013 MSHS grad, saw action for UMD in the contest.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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