Fort Vancouver Wins At Prairie 28-14

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 3, 2008

The Fort Vancouver Trapers welcomed league play Friday night. Following consecutive home losses to 4A schools the Trappers traveled to Praire and came out with a 28-14 win over the Falcons. Fort improves to 2-3 1-0 in league play with the win. The Falcons are not flying that high any more. Following a season opening win over Mountain View, Prairie has lost four in a row. At 1-4 0-1 Prairie will try to stop the bleeding at Kiggins Bowl as they take on Hudson’s Bay (1-4 0-1). Fort Vancouver will try to win back to back games for the first time this season. Doing so may be a hard task as the Trappers travel to play undefeated #4 Union (5-0 1-0) Friday night.

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Fort Vancouver
6
8
14
0
28
Prairie
0
0
7
7
14

First quarter
FV — Bogden Goncharuk 1 run (kick failed)
Second quarter

FV — Goncharuk 7 run (Patrick Crawford pass from Josh Beauliue)
Third quarter
FV — Tevin Wesley 53 run (Jose Huillca kick)
P — Tyler Fisher 1 run (Mirza Ramic kick)
FV — Marcus Bush 21 run (Huillca kick)
Fourth quarter
P — Fisher 1 run (Ramic kick)
Leaders
Rushing
— Fort Vancouver — Bogden Goncharuk 22-102; Marcus Bush 10-94; Tevin Wesley 5-75; Prairie — Tyler Fisher 11-36; Chris Jastrem 4-24; Kyle Wiley 4-6; Shawn Poole 4-56.
Passing — Fort Vancouver — Josh Beauliue 1-3-0-7; Prairie — Fisher 15-35-1-178.
Receiving — Fort Vancouver — John Chen 1-7; Prairie — Miles McDonald 8-62; Alex Bos 1-38; Nick Weidenaar 6-52.

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