Hogan Carmichael, Summit improve to 5-2; Mountain View’s Sayre Williamson breaks a school record

Summit 34, Mountain View 17 

Hogan Carmichael passed for two touchdowns and the Storm’s running game found the end zone three times in the Mountain Valley Conference win over the visiting Cougars (3-4, 1-3) of northeast Bend. 

Lucas Steffen and Joe Schutz were on the receiving end of Carmichael’s scoring passes. Chip Allers rushed for two scores, and starting running back Sam Stephens, a sophomore, gained 199 yards and scored a touchdown for the Storm (5-2, 4-1) of northwest Bend. 

The Cougars’ Sayre Williamson delivered what was probably the most memorable play of the game, returning a kickoff from barely outside the end zone for a school-record 99-yard touchdown. Williamson had 143 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries. 

Cam Smith and Jordan Kennedy had two receptions apiece as Cougars quarterback Connor Crum was 7 of 12 for 51 yards. 

Photo by Dan Brood

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