Game Recap – Prairie 58 Hudson’s Bay 0

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 15, 2011

Prairie QB Colin Seitz was back at it for the Falcons Friday night. Seitz, who had led the GSHL in passing yards and touchdowns before missing the last 2 weeks with a concussion, passed for 431 yards and a league record 7 first half touchdowns helping Prairie to a 58-0 win over Hudson’s Bay. Seitz now has 1,514 yards on the season with 22 touchdowns and only 3 interceptions. Jesse Zalk hauled in 3 of Seitz 7 touchdown passes, while Ancel Cecil also caught 3 touchdowns in the game and David Taylor had one as well.

Prairie improves their record to 4-3 on the season and 3-2 in league play with the win. The Falcons will host Kelso (3-4 2-2) Friday at District Stadium, 7:00 p.m. Hudson’s Bay falls to 0-7 on the season and 0-4 in league play with the loss. The Eagles will host Mountain View (5-2 3-1) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 7:00 p.m.

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First quarter

P — Jesse Zalk 14 pass from Colin Seitz (kick failed)
P — Zalk 60 pass from Seitz (Max Riemer kick)

P — Cecil 19 pass from Seitz (Riemer kick)

Second quarter

P — Cecil 68 pass from Seitz (kick failed)
P — Tyler Via 9 pass from Seitz (kick failed)
— Ansel Cecil 38 pass from Seitz (Riemer kick)
P — Zalk 57 pass from Seitz (kick failed)

Third quarter

P — Tyler Duncan 1 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

P — Nick Gawley 12 run (Riemer kick)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Hudson’s Bay — Jahmile Sipaia 9-37, Andrew Strappazon 7-30; Prairie — Tyler Vea 7-41, Nick Gawley 2-20, Setiz 1-12

Passing —Strappazon 2-10-3-34; Prairie — Seitz 17-22-0-436

Receiving — Hudson’s Bay — Brumfield 1-18; Prairie — Zalk 7-170, Taylor 2-49, Cecil 5-194, Vea 3-23

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2 Responses to “Game Recap – Prairie 58 Hudson’s Bay 0”

  1. FBfan on October 17th, 2011 11:20 am

    WOW, I have never seen a high school football coach call out his players like the Hudson Bay coach did in the Columbian article. Boy, I would really love to go to practice on Monday and play for this guy! (Sarcasm!) Hey coach, if your players can’t cover the recievers, maybe you should coach them up better. How about you give props for the talent of the recievers and quarterback you just played that has been doing this to just about every team they face. Oh, and this week, maybe call out your defensive line because they can tackle or stop the run against the Thunder.

  2. wow on October 18th, 2011 8:44 pm

    could not agree more with you FBfan. its ridiculous

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