Oak Harbor graduates shine in college football game

Oak Harbor graduates, Rodrick Rumble and Marshall Lobbestael, had outstanding games in Washington State University’s 64-21 win over Idaho State University in Pullman Saturday, Sept. 3.
Rumble, now playing for ISU, caught 10 passes for 218 yards. One of the receptions was a 65-yard touchdown catch. The 218 yards is the third best receiving day in Bengal history.
The performance earned Rumble ISU Athlete of the Week honors, and he was named College Football Performance Awards National Receiver of the Week.
Lobbestael, starting at quarterback for WSU, completed 14 of 19 passes for 230 yards. His effort included two touchdown tosses, one for 61-yards.
Another OHHS grad, Jake Rouser, started at defensive end for ISU.
All three played on Oak Harbor High School’s 2006 state championship football team.
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