Tualatin puts up 35 points in 4th quarter, erases 20-point deficit to stun Lakeridge

No. 9 Tualatin 42, Lakeridge 33: The Timberwolves came back from a 27-7 fourth-quarter deficit, scoring 35 points in the final 12 minutes to defeat the visiting Pacers (1-2) of Lake Oswego.

Tualatin (2-1) took a 28-27 lead on a 23-yard touchdown pass from Jackson Jones to Cole Prusia with about six minutes left and stayed on top from there.

Prusia finished with two touchdown catches, 109 receiving yards and two interceptions.

Pacers quarterback Ryan Oliver (27 completions on 37 passes) had 356 yards passing and three touchdowns — both season highs. He also initiated another of Lakeridge’s touchdown passes with a lateral throw to Andrew Oliver, who launched a 35-yard scoring pass to Leyton Richards.

Lakeridge’s Bryce Caufield had two touchdowns and 80 yards receiving, and Calvin Heimberg had an interception on defense.

Tualatin’s Jones finished with 241 yards and three touchdowns passing. Scott Wright (142 yards) scored twice on the ground.

Photo by Taylor Balkom

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Our Week 3 predictions: How’d we do?

Week 1 recap: Friday | Saturday

Week 2 recap: Friday | Saturday

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