Behind 543 yards of total offense and another great night from two-way star Kane Patterson, Christ Presbyterian handed Battle Ground Academy its first loss of the year by a surprising 44-14 score.
Patterson ran 14 times for 178 yards and two scores, had two catches for six more yards, and had a pair of tackles, as CPA improved to 4-1.
The Lions’ Same West also ran for 107 yards on 14 carries.
CPA held BGA quarterback Drew Martin to 181 yards passing on 39 throws, and four rushing yards on eight carries.
Trailing by 17, Martin raced for a 9-yard touchdown to get the Wildcats closer with 4:30 in the third quarter.
But Christ Presbyterian quarterback Ryan Eledge (11-of-17, 89 yards) answered with a 22-yard scamper of his own.
CPA took a 14-7 lead early behind Kane Patterson’s 60-yard touchdown run and Bryce McCormick’s touchdown catch.
Patterson’s 30-yard scoring run late in the first half extended the lead to 24-7.
McCormick added seven stops on defense, and West also had two.
CPA kicker Sebastian Stubblefield added six extra points and a 32-yard field goal.
BGA’s Matt Ligon had six tackles, and Conner Mitchell, five. Oliver Reese (four catches, 64 yards) and Jack Jewell (seven for 53) led the Wildcat offense.
CPA hosts Hillsboro next week, while BGA returns home to face Evangelical Christian School.