The Washington County Pit Bulls are an American Football amateur team residing in Hillsboro, Oregon that provides athletes a top-quality opportunity to extend their football playing career in an environment of good sportsmanship. These athletes have a wide array of playing experience, from no experience to professional Arena and International experience, and want to pursuit a platform for competing after their college eligibility has been exhausted. The Washington County Pit Bulls compete in the Western Washington Football Alliance that is comprised of 18 teams between Hillsboro, Oregon and Bellingham, Washington.
Washington County Pit Bulls encourages our athletes to use semi-pro football as a sport to:
The Washington County Pit Bulls are a non-profit organization with strong community ties and recruits local home grown talent. The Washington County and all of its communities are proud of its athletics and proud to be the home of the Pit Bulls.
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Come support your 2018 Washington County Pit Bulls. Saturday evenings 6pm Kick offs at Hare Field 1151 NE Grant St Hillsboro OR
(Hare Field Hillsboro, OR)
The Washington County Pit Bulls offense ignited with 283 total yards and 4 TDs en route to a 40-12 victory. The offense led by RB/DE Jaron Jones 134 yards of rushing with two touchdowns and 102 team total yards in passing with QB Cody Patterson connecting with touchdown strikes of 26 yards to WR/DB Kevan Johnson and 64 yards to WR Andre Bradford. "This was a win that we needed badly to stay relevant in the chase for the WWFA. We had faced back to back #1 teams in the Raiders and the Rams and that tested the will of the team" Head Coach Mark Ancheta said.
The running by committee chewed up yardage producing 181 total rushing yards with RB David Saylors ripping off runs of 17, 10, and 9 yards. While RB Darren Bolivar and Dealando Gray also contributing for a total of 20 yards. Jones's 12.4 yards per carry average help force the Ravens defense to be honest and play in the box. That set up Patterson's first TD strike of 26 yards to WR Johnson.
Highlights of the Washington County Pit Bulls 40-12 victory over the Renton Ravens could be seen at the following link: https://www.hudl.com/video/2/121009/5b14a941ff032e0e48c5bee8
When the Ravens defense was able to contain the offense, Patterson scored points in other ways. Patterson was 3 for 3 on placekicking from rages of 43 and 39 respectively and also converted on 3 of 4 PATs.
The Pit Bulls Defense also got in the scoring department late in the third quarter with the Ravens backed into their end zone, LB Tre Moreland ripped the ball out of the Ravens QB trying to sneak the ball out of the endzone scoring a defensive touchdown. DB Boogie Watkins, last seasons leader in interceptions, captured an early interception in the game to help give the Pit Bulls offense as many opportunities as possible. Defensive Coordinator Calvin Bell could not have been any prouder. "That’s how a team wins together at all levels. I’m very proud of everyone. I witnessed us grow together tonight as a family".
The Pit Bulls are on the road for their next two opponents travelling to the Pierce County Bengals on 6/9 and to the Thurston County Mayhem on 6/16.
With the Vancouver Vipers folding, the Pit Bulls are looking for an opponent for the 6/23 scheduled game. The Pit Bulls are now 2-2 overall and 1-1 in the regular season in second place if the WWFA Division 3. The Washington County Pit Bulls would like to thank all of the communities for the support. The Washington County is proud of their sports and their local businesses. Come out and support and enjoy high action minor league football with college caliber and seasoned athletes compete and put on a good show.
See you at the next home game!!! Go Pit Bulls!!!