Centralia's Ian Haverkamp, center, is tackled by Valley Heights defenders during Friday's Twin Valley League and district game. Photo by Julie Perry

Football games between state-ranked teams were expected to be close, but instead finishes were more of a surprise. 

Third-ranked Centralia won 28-0 at second-ranked Valley Heights. Centralia waited patiently to punch holes in Heights defense to get four touchdowns and conversions. Heights' offense couldn't find the momentum it needed to sustain drives.