Game Recap – Lakes 28 Mountain View 0

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 12, 2011

The Mountain View Thunder had no answer for Lakes RB Levonte Littlejohn Friday night in Lakewood. The Lancers back scored on the first play from scrimmage, a 65 yard touchdown run to give the ultra talented Lakes team an early 7-0 lead. Littlejohn scored two more rushing touchdowns, both from 17 yards and ran for 151 yards on 17 carries leading Lakes to the 28-0 win. Thunder RB’s Michael Rivers and Eddie Richardson each ran for over 50 yards in the loss.

Mountain View falls to 8-3 on the season with the loss. The Thunder season is over.
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first quarter
Lak – Levonte Littlejohn 65 run (kick good)
Lak – Littlejohn 17 run (kick good)

second quarter
Lak – Littlejohn 17 run (kick good)

forth quarter
Lak – Charles Hall 2 run (kick good)

Individual statistics

Rushing – Mountain View: Michael Rivers 17-51, Eddie Richardson 16-57, Riley O’Dell 3-(-10), Conner Atchison 2-(-3), Sterling Reynolds 1-2. Lakes: Levonte Littlejohn 17-151, David Wood 6-13, Cedric Dozier 12-65, Charles Hall Jr. 5-21, Ma’ne Manaea 1-1.

Passing – Mountain View — Riley O’Dell 2-6-0-34. Lakes — David Wood 4-9-0-29, Cedric Dozier 1-2-0-16.

Receiving – Mountain View — Conner Atchison 1-14, Mark Hartley 1-20. Sammie Long 2-17, Cedric Dozier 1-6, Ma’ne Manaea 1-6, Charles Hall Jr 1-16.

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7 Responses to “Game Recap – Lakes 28 Mountain View 0”

  1. Ketto on November 12th, 2011 3:06 pm

    I was really hoping to see the Thunder win, but I am a *little* relieved that Lakes only put up 28 points on a team that Camas put up 31 against. Maybe we stand a chance if we make it to the finals…

  2. MVHS Athlete on November 13th, 2011 9:22 am

    if they get by bellevue

  3. John on November 13th, 2011 10:01 am

    Lakes should prevail, because they have faced the wing T all year and into the post season. They are a great deal faster than Bellevue. However Bellevue is like no other team when it comes to execution. Everyone knows their assignment and if you miss yours on Defense they will exploit it. It should be a good game but I give the edge to Lakes based on pure talent and good preparation. Lakes 31 Bellevue 24

  4. just no.. on November 13th, 2011 11:05 am

    bellevue will roll lakes once again this year, just how it is.

  5. thunderfan on November 13th, 2011 12:20 pm

    mountain view was a completely different team in week 11 than they were in week 2 when they played camas. this game was a 14-0 game. not 28-0. mountain views defense played lights out after the first play from scrimmage when they had lakes RB stopped in the backfield and he squirted out for a touchdown. they scored late on a short field after a fumble as well to make it look not as close as it was. the offense struggled and thats why it was a tough game. either lakes is not as good as the hype or mountain view is better than people give them credit for!!!!! no respect for mountain view on this site. great season thunder

  6. Thunder Dad on November 13th, 2011 4:46 pm

    MV played the #18 or 19 team in the nation and held them to half their season scoring average! Also, I read on the Tacoma News Tribune that Lakes punted 4 times ALL SEASON! They punted more than that against MV. The TNT article talked about how Lakes thumped MV. They threw for over 350 last week and LESS than 50 against MV. That’s amazing. This was also the first game all season they had to play Zach Banner on the DL. He’s 6’9″ 305! They did not complete a single pass down the field and played in the wildcat for a lot of the game. 6 division 1A players and a host of other kids that will play college football against a team that might have 1 player play in college. Parents of young football players take notice. This was a team that gave the #18 team in the nation its toughest game of the season. I’m proud of our boys and what they’ve accomplished this year. They might not be going off to be college football players, but they will be successful in life. Thanks, MV coaches.

  7. Just Sayin on November 14th, 2011 12:27 am

    great group of kids. again, they are a team, while others are just kids who follow their stats. they are brothers who played hard. unfortunately their only losses were to teams who were “teams to beat”. kinda tells a sad tale. these kids will execute what they are told to execute. i don’t think they called their own plays. so, how do we sum up this season? union, camas and lakes…pretty good teams; and those were their three losses. do you pound your chest or do you go back to the drawing board? 8-3 record. the 3: union, camas and lakes. just sayin.

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