Kobe Hein, Akari Harris help Centennial run past Parkrose; game called early with Broncos short on players

Centennial 36, Parkrose 13 

A running game that piled up 334 yards helped the Eagles of Gresham defeat the visiting Broncos (1-4) of Northeast Portland. 

Kobe Hein rushed for 123 yards and Akari Harris gained 105 to lead the ground game of Centennial (1-2). 

The game was called with 4:42 left in the fourth quarter. Eagles coach Butch Self said in an email the game was called because Parkrose didn’t feel it had enough players to continue safely. 

Centennial quarterback Hayden Boyd was 10 of 19 for 100 yards with an interception and gained 37 yards on the ground. Kahleb Cope had 33 receiving yards to top the Eagles in that category. 

Photo by Howard Lao, for The Oregonian/OregonLive

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