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Published: Friday, November 1, 2013, 10:30 p.m.

Cascade beats Monroe to wrap up district No. 3 seed

Bruins face SPSL South No. 2 Auburn Riverside in quad-districts; Bearcats travel to No. 1-ranked Camas

MONROE -- Cascade quarterback Josh Smith ran the ball 26 yards for the go-ahead score with 3:01 remaining in the 4th quarter, leading the Bruins to a comeback victory over Monroe in a Wesco 4A game. Cascade running back Malik Rackliff finished with 182 yards on 24 carries and one rushing touchdown to pace the Bruins, who earned the 4A District 1 No. 3 seed and a date with Auburn Riverside in the quad-district playoffs. Bearcats quarterback Andrew Zimmerman threw for 192 yards on 12-of-29 passing and two TDs in the loss. Monroe travels to play Camas next week.
At Monroe H.S.
Cascade 3 3 7 15 -- 28
Monroe 0 7 14 0 -- 21
C--Spencer Bowldon 35 FG
C--Bowldon 21 FG
M--Shanden Mixayphone 40 pass from Andrew Zimmerman (Tanner Ohlsen kick)
C--Hamilton Kendrick 10 pass from Josh Smith
M--Gabe Moore 43 run (Ohlsen kick)
M--Moore 5 pass from Zimmerman (Ohlsen kick)
C--Malik Rackliff 12 run (2 PAT)
C--Smith 26 run (Bowlden kick)
Records--Cascade 5-1 league, 8-1 overall. Monroe 3-2, 4-5.

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