Game Recap – Mountain View 57 Auburn Mountainview 9

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 6, 2011

Mountain View used a multi-player attack to dispatch the visiting Auburn Mountainview Linons 57-9 Saturday night at McKenzie Stadium. The Thunder jumped out to a quick 28-0 first quarter lead as three different Thunder backs found the end zone. Sophomore RB Eddie Richardson scored two of his three rushing touchdowns on the night in the first quarter from 32 and 11 yards out and finished the game with 111 yards rushing on 18 carries. Michael Rivers added two more rushing touchdowns later in the game and led all rushers with 129 yards on 20 carries. QB Riley O’Dell added a 40 yard touchdown pass to his first quarter 1 yard touchdown run, when he found Cory Creagan in the third quarter. O’Dell finished the game with 102 passing yards and 53 rushing yards in the win. Mountain View ran for 375 yards on the night while holding the visiting Lions to 100 on the ground.

Mountain View improves their record to 8-2 on the season with the win. The Thunder will travel to Lakes (10-0) Friday or Saturday at Harry Lang Stadium, time TBD in the first round of the WIAA State Playoffs.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Mountain View √
Mike – Mountain View √
Cody – Mountain View √
Josh – Mountain View √
wsumj – Mountain View √

Watch video with Vimeo

Read more – The Columbian

FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Auburn Mountainview
0
3
6
0

9

Mountain View Thunder
28
9
7
13

57

first quarter
MV – Eddie Richardson 32 run (Chavo Camargo kick)
MV – Riley O’Dell 1 run (Camargo kick)
MV – Connor Atchison 20 run (Camargo kick)
MV – Richardson 11 run (Camargo kick)
second quarter
MV – Camargo 28 field goal
AMV – Joey Cassano 38 field goal
MV – Michael Rivers 10 run (kick failed)
third quarter
AMV – Devin Bryant 1 pass from Domenic Rockey (pass failed)
MV – Cory Creagan 40 pass from O’Dell (Camargo kick)
forth quarter
MV – Rivers 9 run (Camargo kick)
MV – Richardson 2 run (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Auburn: Victor Korchemny 18-109, Rockey 8-(-9). Mountain View: Rivers 20-129, Richardson 18-111, Atchison 8-82, O’Dell 5-53.

Passing — Auburn: Rockey 25-46-1-176. Mountain View: O’Dell 2-4-0-102.

Receiving — Auburn: Skyler White 10-87, Cassano 6-40, Bryant 5-18, Korchemny 3-17, J.J. Lacey 1-14. Mountain View: Creagan 2-102.

Get your 2011 NFL Draft Day Gear at Football Fanatics

Comments

14 Responses to “Game Recap – Mountain View 57 Auburn Mountainview 9”

  1. Storm from EWU on November 6th, 2011 8:46 am

    Well done MV!

  2. Just Sayin on November 6th, 2011 8:49 am

    sterling reynolds, also a good running back, not shut out by auburn; but shut out by his coach. this kid’s a senior and he continued to play his transfers yet again and a sophomore, with the game totally unreachable by auburn. heck, he could have put his jv team in at the second half. and to say he kept those guys in becuase it was a playoff game is a joke. this game was during the playoffs, but it was not a playoff game. the score spelled it out in the first quarter. when auburn beats union or camas is when you can celebrate this “playoff” win. just sayin.

  3. Child Please on November 6th, 2011 9:50 am

    Just Sayin – Sterling Reynolds has been hurt for a number of weeks. If you pay attention, he has played FB, wing, WR, OLB, and he is a kick returner. Our coaches have tried him everywhere and refused to give up on him. In fact, it’s the other way around. But you know about that, right? Keep waving that sign during games. The entire team knows who you are.

  4. GSHL Football Fan 2011 on November 6th, 2011 10:12 am

    Just sayin -
    I continually read your negative comments on here about the MV program. You should worry more about the program you support and let the coaches and players of MV take care of their own. Sterling has been injured the past 5 weeks and is just working himself back into game shape. Continuing to play someone who is NOT 100% in a blowout would not be looking after the best interest of the player which Mathieson & staff always do. If you failed to notice (were you even at the game), Sterling played multiple positions last night which was a direct reflection of the coach trying to get more opportunities for him. Sterling does not play the same position Rivers or Richardson play but does play the same positon Atchison & Hartley play. Neither of which are transfers! By the way, MV will celebrate this win and deservingly so because they earned it!!!

  5. MVHS Athlete on November 6th, 2011 11:53 am

    But wouldnt you want the players that are going to be playing the whole game next week to play the whole game this week as well. they havent exactly gotten a lot of playing time excluding the game against CR. they need to be in shape to play the whole game. this has been a debate with all the good teams all year. and honestly mathieson is just doing what he thinks is best for the team, as a former player, i know that he is one of the classiest coaches i have ever known. Dont bash him because he is doing what he think is right. I would like my players to be in shape for a VERY VERY tough matchup against lakes next week as well.

  6. John on November 6th, 2011 12:00 pm

    Good job on the win!!! Good luck next week against Lakes!!!!!

  7. MVHS Athlete on November 6th, 2011 12:11 pm

    btw on the seattle times ranks auburn mtn view was the first team on the teams to watch. im not sure if thats seattle bias or if they were actually good and the thunder were THAT much better than a really good team. we will see next week.

  8. safetyblitz on November 6th, 2011 12:29 pm

    Way to go Thunder!

  9. safetyblitz on November 6th, 2011 9:00 pm

    There’s definitely a Seattle bias. I love seeing the GSHL success and I hope it opens some eyes across the state because there are a lot of coaches and athletes that are working hard and deserve the credit.

  10. seriously on November 6th, 2011 9:24 pm

    Regardless, advancing in the post season is one more game for the team, one more for the seniors.

  11. Just A Fan on November 7th, 2011 11:46 am

    Child Please – Reynolds is a great kid and an outstanding athlete , what did you mean when you said

    “Our coaches have tried him everywhere and refused to give up on him. In fact, it’s the other way around?

    Have the coaches told YOU personally that Reynolds has given up? They haven’t.

    GSHL Football Fan 2011 – Mathieson doesn’t need you to defend him and explain any difference of opinion as if you had inside knowledge of the issue. You don’t .

    Bring on Lakes…

  12. GSHL Football Fan 2011 on November 7th, 2011 12:29 pm

    Stating Sterling is a great kid and a great athlete is a fact!!!

    The rest of your non sense is just that as you have zero knowledge of what
    goes on every day in practice or game strategy. Unless of course you are
    at practice every day of which you are NOT!!!

    Sterling means as much to this team as anyone else and he knows that and
    I would guarantee his coaches have told him that.

    Go Thunder!

  13. Dean on November 7th, 2011 4:41 pm

    I just saw clips of the Mt View Thunder football team against Auburn Mt View. It looks like they have a pretty good running attack. It should be a competitive game against the Lakes Lancers, but the Lancers should prevail. The Lancers have way too much talent to lose this game.

  14. football all day on November 11th, 2011 9:39 am

    Just saying- I have actually talked to sterling and he doesnt believe he is ready to play a whole game as much as he wishes. He also is still semi hurt. Since he hurt his knee a few weeks ago he doesnt want to blow anything for the future from this injury. We all know he hurt his knee freshmen year and no one wants that to happen again. Sterling had an awesome year last year, but this year his injury is limiting him! Everyone would love to see him successful but dont blame it on mathisen he knows what he is doing!!!!!!!!!

Got something to say?





Aberdeen BobcatsBattle Ground TigersCamas PapermakersColumbia River ChieftainsEvergreen PlainsmenFort Vancouver TrappersHeritage TimberwolvesHockinson HawksHudson's Bay EaglesKelso HilandersMark Morris MonarchsMountain View ThunderPrairie FalconsR.A. Long LumberjacksRidgefield SpudersSkyview StormUnion TitansWashougal PanthersGSHL Football Home Page