The Lummi football team defeated Clallam Bay 74-26 on Friday, Oct. 18, at Clallam Bay.
Deion Hoskins led the way for the Blackhawks (5-2, Northwest Conference 1B 2-1), accounting for five total touchdowns - three rushing, two passing. Logan Toby added four TDs through the air as Lummi displayed a well-rounded offensive attack.
"We were fairly balanced," Lummi coach Jim Sandusky said in a phone interview. "Clallam is a good team. They came up and hit. They were a good little test for us."
Sandusky was particularly impressed with the play of Hoskins, who busted a 43-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to give Lummi a lead it wouldn't surrender.
"He earned it today," Sandusky said of Hoskins' play.
Clallam Bay immediately put the Blackhawks on their heels, returning the opening kickoff 67 yards for a score. Hoskins and Toby connected on a 3-yard pass to tie the game. After the Hoskins 43-yard run, Devin Cooper finished off a 1-yard run for a touchdown.
The big play to open the second half was a 37-yard connection between Toby and wide receiver Austin Brockie.
"Logan Toby had a really good game throwing," Sandusky said. "Dino Williams and Austin Brockie had some really good catches, too."
Brockie ended the day with two TD receptions while Williams had a 5-yard reception to open the third quarter.
Over the final half, Lummi outscored Clallam Bay 22-6.