Fort Vancouver Runs Rough Shot Over Visiting Battle Ground 45-27

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 11, 2010

Fort Vancouver (1-1) ran for 350 yards Friday night as they defeated the visiting Battle Ground Tigers (0-2) 45-27 at Kiggins Bowl.

The two were tied at 7-7 entering the second quarter when Fort Vancouver scored 3 TD’s to take a 27-14 halftime lead. Trappers RB Richard Vansiclen had rushing TD’s of 6,48 and 10 yards in the first half. Fort scored 2 more rushing TD’s to start the third quarter extending their lead to 39-14 before winning by the final of 45-27.

The Trappers 45 points is the most they have scored since a 53-12 win over Parkrose of Oregon in 2007.

With the win Fort Vancouver improves to 1-1 on the season and will travel to Washougal (2-0) next Friday for a 7:00 pm game. Battle Ground falls to 0-2 on the season with the loss and will host Woodland (0-2) next Thursday at 7:00 pm.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Battle Ground Tigers
7
7
7
6
27

Fort Vancouver Trappers
7
20
12
6
45

first quarter

FV – Richard Vansiclen 6 run (Oswaldo Camarena kick)

BG — Kevin Haynes 7 run (Mac Brandenburger kick)

second quarter

FV – Robert Bain 1 run (kick failed)

FV – Vansiclen 48 run (Camarena kick)

BG – Nohi Brede 85 kickoff return (Brandenburger kick)

FV – Vansiclen 10 run (Camarena kick)

third quarter

FV – Bain 6 run (kick failed)

FV – Vela 7 run (kick failed)

BG – Brede 2 run (Brandenburger kick)

fourth quarter

FV – Abdul Conteh 2 run (kick blocked)

BG – Jake Sachen 44 pass from Tyler Bergeron (no PAT attempted)

Leaders

Rushing — Battle Ground — Chris Paul 11-52, Brede 7-35, Haynes 5-16, Bo Smith 1-28; Fort Vancouver — Vela 19-118, Vansiclen 14-95, Bain 10-80, Conteh 15-57.

Passing — Battle Ground — Paul 5-16-3-62, Bergeron 2-3-0-65; Fort Vancouver — Vansiclen 5-10-1-56.

Receiving — Battle Ground — Sachen 1-44, Trevor Ingram 1-31, Haynes 2-22, Bergeron 1-13, Brede 1-11, Jake Blackman 1-6; Fort Vancouver — Vela 3-63, Taylor Vanheck 1-19, Bain 1-4.

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Comments

4 Responses to “Fort Vancouver Runs Rough Shot Over Visiting Battle Ground 45-27”

  1. BIG Fan on September 11th, 2010 11:09 am

    Fort runs their offense really well and they just keep coming at you. Tough kids just working hard. When they find a crack in the armour they just keep pounding it waiting for it to break.
    BG had moments and alot of fight. Keep fighting hard and working and it will pay-off. I saw alot of BG players upset after the game, this is a good sign, I haven’t seen this in the past.

  2. vancouverfootball on September 11th, 2010 12:30 pm

    Wow. I was at this game and it was a huge upset. I had Battle Ground by at least three touchdowns. I planed on Paul and Bergeron to have a huge game together. But there was really no receiver that really stood out. Paul didnt get that ball off that much and had some critical plays that were game changing in the redzone but iv watched this kid play since about the 5th grade when he played with boy. He has got a lot of talent. He had a lot of nice ball that should of been caught. And then second half he came out looking like a true running quarterback. Never seen him run that hard. So tigers keep your heads up and Paul keep working.

  3. 2A-Observer on September 12th, 2010 2:06 pm

    Now that Washougal is 2-0 and Fort got back on the right track, it sets up for a nice match-up on Friday night at Fishback. How is it that Fort loses to Ridgefield, but then absolutely manhandles Battle Ground? I’m looking forward to this one! Go Panthers!

  4. TIGER FAN on September 12th, 2010 5:36 pm

    Nice job tigers you played hard and it showed you have nothing to be upset about.
    Nice run and gun #2 for the late TD pass outstanding.
    Hope to see more.

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