Game Recap – Mountain View 44 Prairie 28

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 17, 2011

Mountain View jumped out to a 24-8 halftime lead on the visiting Prairie Falcons, then held on for a 44-28 win as both teams put up three more touchdowns in the second half. Three different Thunder players ran for a score in the first half, and STerling Reynolds ended the night with 2 rushing TD’s and a receiving TD and 151 yards from scrimmage. Flacons WR Ansel Cecil caught 3 TD passes from QB Colin Seitz and a 2 Point Conversion pass as well and had 104 receiving yards on 11 catches in the loss.

Mountain View improves their record to 2-1 on the season and 1-1 in league play with the win. The Thunder will host Heritage (1-2) Friday at McKenzie Stadium, 8:00 p.m. Prairie falls to 1-2 on the season with the loss and 0-1 in league play. The Falcons will host Fort Vancouver (0-3) Friday at District Stadium, 7:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Prairie Falcons
8
0
13
7

28

Mountain View Thunder
14
10
7
13

44

first quarter

MV – Mike Rivers 13 run (Camargo kick)
MV – Steling Reynolds 9 run (Camargo kick)

Pra – Ancel Cecil 3 pass from Colin Seitz (Cecil from Jesse Zalk)

second quarter

MV – Riley O’Dell 1 run (Camargo kick)
MV – Camargo 20 field goal

third quarter

MV – Reynolds 28 pass from O’Dell (Camargo kick)
Pra – David Taylor 73 pass from Seitz (pass failed)
Pra – Cecil 33 pass from Seitz (kick good)

forth quarter

MV – Reynolds 18 run (Camargo kick)
Pra – Cecil 6 pass from Seitz (kick good)

MV – Connor Atchison 14 run (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Prairie: Jesse Zalk 3-24, Tyler Duncan 1-5, Tyler Vea 4-(-2), Colton Prestwich 3-(-5), Seitz 6-(-35). Mountain View: Eddie Richardson 18-110, Rivers 17-104, Reynolds 10-71, Atchison 6-30, O’Dell 5-11, Justin Rinta 1-0.

Passing — Prairie: Seitz 29-46-2-345; Mountain View: O’Dell 3-6-1-80.

Receiving — Prairie: Cecil 11-104, Taylor 7-124, Zalk 3-74, Vea 4-35, Prestwich 2-12, Nick Gawley 1-(-4), Duncan 1-0; Mountain View: Reynolds 3-80.

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Comments

7 Responses to “Game Recap – Mountain View 44 Prairie 28”

  1. FAN on September 18th, 2011 1:07 am

    10:07 Beautiful throw bye seitz.. great game

  2. Longtime Thunder Fan on September 18th, 2011 1:16 pm

    Does MV have a lineman coach on the sidelines. No one talks to the linemen when they come off the field to make adjustments.

  3. Thunder fan on September 18th, 2011 3:08 pm

    I think that we are a lot better than that. I dont know what it was but 2 of those prairie touchdowns were with a guy wide open. weve had some trouble defending the pass

  4. 3A Fan on September 18th, 2011 4:19 pm

    MV is extremely inexperienced on both sides of the ball. Johnson and Stolz are the only 2 returning starters from last year. That doesn’t help. MV’s great coaches will get these guys ready for league play and week 9 match-up with CR for the #2 seed.

  5. Just A Fan on September 18th, 2011 9:15 pm

    Calling players out by name is bush league. MVs O and D line won the game. You could have rolled a wheelchair through the holes the MV O line made.
    MVs D played as expected, aside from an excellent D line, overall they’re just not a physical group. But give credit to Prairie – their QB can sling that ball all over the field. MV will go as far as their O and D line take them.

  6. GSHL fan on September 18th, 2011 9:27 pm

    Longtime thunder fan, You don’t rush for over 300 yards with poor offensive line play.. Just sayin. And according to the paper, the defensive line sacked seitz 6 times. 4 of those sacks by one player. It’s early and this team will improve every week

  7. Reality Check on September 18th, 2011 10:33 pm

    I agree with just a fan…calling out any player is bush. You can pick apart every play on both sides of the ball and find fault I’m certain. Build on the positives if you are a Longtime Thunder Fan and praise these kids for their hard work and strapping it on every Friday night to compete. Go Thunder!!!

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