ABERDEEN — Black Hills High School’s football team is on a roll.
The Wolves wrapped up their non-league season on Friday with their second consecutive win, beating Aberdeen 27-17 behind the all-around performance of Mitch Stone and a turnover-creating defense.
Black Hills evened its record at 2-2 going into 2A Evergreen Conference play next week. The Wolves host River Ridge next Friday at Tumwater District Stadium.
Stone rushed for 85 yards, had 37 yards receiving and scored three touchdowns to help Black Hills rush out to a 27-2 halftime lead.
The defense made sure Aberdeen did not get back into the game, forcing five turnovers (three interceptions and two fumbles). The Bobcats’ mistakes were especially costly, considering three turnovers came inside Black Hills’ 25-yard line.
The Wolves’ Nick Knittle scored on a 92-yard TD that was set up by an interception. Knittle also had an interception and returned a punt 72 yards to set up a TD.
Tenino 21, at Forks 20 (3 OT): Calvin Guzman’s 8-yard TD run in the third overtime, and the ensuing extra point, helped Tenino (1-3) secure its first win of the season.
After two scoreless overtimes, Guzman’s score put Tenino ahead, 21-14. The Spartans scored on their possession and elected to go for two points. The Beavers stopped the play to secure the victory.
Tenino trailed 14-0 with 11:09 left in the third quarter after Dimitri Sampson’s 80-yard touchdown run.
Guzman had all three of Tenino’s touchdowns, including a 24-yarder that tied the game at 14-all with 9 minutes left in regulation.
Olympia 54, at Stadium 6: The Bears won their 4A Narrows League opener in convincing fashion, racking up 47 first-half points en route to the win over the Tigers at Stadium Bowl.
Olympia won its third in a row and did not surrender an offensive touchdown. Stadium got its touchdown on an interception return.
Bears coach Bill Beattie praised his team’s offensive and defensive lines.
“They played great,” Beattie said.
Yelm 26, at Shelton 15: The Tornados (3-1) won for the second time in two weeks, scoring 19 second-half points after trailing at halftime, to win a non-league game at Highclimber Stadium.
Yelm’s Aaron Rivera, who rushed for 105 yards, scored twice in the second half on runs of 11 and 5 yards.
Shelton led 8-7 at halftime thanks to Brian Nault, who blocked a Yelm punt and returned it for a touchdown.
Brandon Thompson got Yelm’s first score on the second play of the game when he scored on an 83-yard run 36 seconds into the contest.
At Rochester 24, Hoquiam 12: Tyler Yarber rolled to his third consecutive game of more than 200 yards rushing to lead the Warriors past the Grizzlies in a Southwest Washington Evergreen Division game.
Rochester, at 3-1, has already surpassed its win total of last season.
Yarber ran for 237 yards on 34 carries and had a 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter.
Warriors quarterback Tyler Gedney completed 4 of 10 passes for 75 yards, and two completions were touchdowns to Bobby Brien (48 yards) and Wyatt Singer (14), helping Rochester build a 21-6 halftime lead.