LIBBY FOOTBALL: Columbia Falls 54, Libby 0

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  • Sophomore quarterback Jeff Offenbecher drives to the Wildcat 15 in first quarter action vs. Columbia Falls Sept. 22. (Paul Sievers/The Western News)

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    Ethan Beck, left and Jay Beagle tackle Columbia Falls' Colten McPhee in first quarter action Friday, Sept. 22. Loggers fall 54-0. (Paul Sievers/The Western News)

  • Sophomore quarterback Jeff Offenbecher drives to the Wildcat 15 in first quarter action vs. Columbia Falls Sept. 22. (Paul Sievers/The Western News)

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    Ethan Beck, left and Jay Beagle tackle Columbia Falls' Colten McPhee in first quarter action Friday, Sept. 22. Loggers fall 54-0. (Paul Sievers/The Western News)

The Wildcats wasted no time jumping out to a lead on its way to pounding Libby on Friday night.

Austin Green tossed two touchdowns in the first quarter, another in the second and ran for yet another to stake the Wildcats to a 33-0 halftime lead.

Colten McPhee rushed for two touchdowns for Columbia Falls.

Libby travels to Polson at 7 p.m. Friday.

Columbia Falls 20 13 14 7 — 54

Libby 0 0 0 0 — 0

CF — Logan Kolodejchuk 25 pass from Austin Green (PAT good)

CF — Colten McPhee 2 run (PAT good)

CF — Logan Bechtel 21 pass from Green (PAT no good)

CF — Ben Windauer 9 pass from Green (PAT good)

CF — Green 14 run (PAT no good)

CF — Bechtel 12 pass from #10 (PAT good)

CF — McPhee 45 run (PAT good)

CF — Easton Sempf 5 run (PAT good)

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