Game Recap – Mountain View 47 Fort Vancouver 0

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 7, 2011

The visiting Fort Vancouver Trappers put up quite a fight Thursday night at McKenzie Staidum, however Mountain View’s running game was just too much as the Thunder scored 7 rushing touchdowns in a 47-0 win. Thunder RB’s Justin Rinta and Michael Rivers each scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and the two combined for 166 yards rushing on 23 carries. Fort Vancouver was led by Deonte Hawkins who ran the ball 5 times for 43 yards.

Mountain View improves their record to 4-2 on the season and 2-1 in league play with the win. The Thunder will travel to Kelso (2-3 2-1) Friday at Schroeder Field, 7:00 p.m. Fort Vancouver falls to 0-6 on the season and 0-3 in league play with the loss. The Trappers will host Columbia River (4-1 2-1) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 7:00 p.m.

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first quarter

MV – Justin Rinta 3 run (run failed)

second quarter

MV – Michael Rivers 5 run (Chavo Camargo kick)
MV – Rinta 3 run (kick failed)

MV – Riley O’Dell 15 run (Camargo kick)

third quarter

MV – Rivers 43 run (Camargo kick)
MV – Russell Culverwell 12 run
(Cory Creagan kick)

forth quarter

MV – Ryker Gilbert 11 run (Creagan kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Fort Vancouver: Deonte Hawkins 5-43, Jordan Vela 5-18, Jose Johnson 4-15, Jacob Austin 11-(-35), Abdul Conteh 1-2, Robert Bain 1-2, JaQuan Thomas 1-2. Mountain View: Rivers 8-91, Rinta 15-75, O’Dell 3-43, Connor Atchison 2-8, Culverwell 3-28, Gilbert 2-25, Sean McCarron 5-16, Luke DuChesne 1-5.

Passing — Fort Vancouver: Austin 4-9-3-16, Hawkins 1-3-0-12. Mountain View: O’Dell 1-5-1-8, DuChesne 0-1-0-0.

Receiving — Fort Vancouver: Taylor VanHeck 2-15, Jerrad Myers 1-8, Hawkins 1-2 Mario Avalos-Eyler 1-3. Mountain View: Rivers 1-8.

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4 Responses to “Game Recap – Mountain View 47 Fort Vancouver 0”

  1. RumblinStumblin on October 7th, 2011 11:27 am

    How does 95 yards of total offense qualify for “putting up a fight?” I wasn’t at the game. Can someone please explain?

  2. Bryan Levesque on October 7th, 2011 12:03 pm

    Fort Vancouver picked up a couple of first downs on the opening drive then slowed down MV most of the first half. The score was 13-0 until late in the 2nd quarter when Mountain View scored a couple of quick touchdowns. The Trappers are struggling, but they did a much better job last night then they in most of their other games.

  3. Bryan Levesque on October 7th, 2011 12:05 pm

    Keep in mind, when they played Prairie they were down 27-0 after 1, and 55-0 at the half. Most of those Flacons scores set up by Trappers mistakes. Last night they cut out a whole lot of the mistakes and played a lot better. They are still not at the level of Mt. View and the final score proved that. But I stand by the fact that they “put up a fight”. They have a long ways to go, but they took a good step in the right direction last night. Now we need to see if they keep taking steps forward. Who knows.

  4. HSfootballLover on October 12th, 2011 11:49 am

    Mt. view needs to learn how to start fast

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