Game Recap – Washougal 48 Fort Vancouver 14

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 17, 2011

Fort Vancouver was looking pretty good playing at home on Gary Boggs Field in the first quarter. The Trappers led Washougal 14-7 after one when QB Jacob Austin scored on runs of 14 and 5 yards, and went into the half tied at 14 each. However, Washougal took over in the second half at Kiggins Bowl scoring 31 points in the forth quarter alone as they pulled away form Fort Vancouver and won the non-league matchup 48-21. Four different Panthers ran in TD’s on the night led by 2 from Sam O’Hara (25,55). QB Colton Sullivan ran in one of those from 17 yards and also threw a 27 yard TD to Karsten Short, both in the final quarter.

Washougal improves their record to 3-0 on the season with the win. The Panthers will host Clatskanie of Oregon (2-1) Friday at Fishback Stadium, 7:00 p.m. Fort Vancouver falls to 0-3 on the season with the loss. The Trappers will travel to Prairie (1-2) Friday at District Stadium, 7:00 p.m.

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first quarter

FV – Jacob Austin 14 run (Logan Owings kick)
Wash – Sam O’Hara 25 run (O’Hara kick)
FV – Austin 5 run (Owings kick)

Second quarter

Wash – Caleb Howard 4 run (O’Hara kick)

Third quarter

Wash – O’Hara 37 FG

Fourth quarter

Wash – Safety, punt blocked in end zone.
Wash – Stephen Camden 7 run (O’Hara kick)
FV – Jordan Vela 92 kickoff return (Owings kick)
Wash – O’Hara 55 run (O’Hara kick)
Wash – Karsten Short 27 pass from Colton Sullivan (O’Hara kick)
Wash – Sullivan 17 run (Caleb Howard run)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Washougal — O’Hara 16-165, Austin Tofell 14-62, Caleb Howard 10-66, Sullivan 11-(minus 3), Camden 5-54, Bobby Jacobs 2-15; Fort Vancouver — Jordan Vela 6-26, Austin 12-16, Abdul Conteh 7-16.

Passing — Washougal — Sullivan 4-5-0-55; Fort Vancouver — Austin 7-19-1-141.

Receiving — Washougal — Short 1-27, Howard 1-17, Tofell 1-10, O’Hara 1-1; Fort Vancouver — Taylor VanHeck 2-76, Mario Avalos-Eyler 3-41, Vela 1-27, Gaquan White 1-(minus 3).

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7 Responses to “Game Recap – Washougal 48 Fort Vancouver 14”

  1. wawadad on September 17th, 2011 5:13 pm

    Great effort overcoming some very questionable calls and noncalls by a officiating crew that has no business even doing pop warner games. Umpire laughing about calling a delay 10 seconds after the ball was placed down after a penalty was ridiculous. Never seen a team with so many running backs who run hard always, they just keep coming. Great defensive adjustment in 2nd half.

  2. GSHL Football Fan 2011 on September 17th, 2011 7:47 pm

    Obviously you were not McKenzie Stadium last night for the double header. Questionable calls, no calls, bad calls took center stage instead of the football being played. Also noticed in the Camas/River game a pass down field that appeared to be to #74 however Marshall caught the ball for a TD in the 2nd qtr. It appeared the play stood for a TD. It’s everywhere regardless of the venue and you get what you get.

  3. NotNewToThis on September 17th, 2011 11:35 pm

    O’Hara killed it. Way to go.

  4. Fan on September 22nd, 2011 10:22 pm


  5. Gary Garland on September 22nd, 2011 10:48 pm

    Who would want to watch a video of Washougal?? When will union man up and agree to play “Mighty Camas”?????

  6. WashougalFan on September 23rd, 2011 12:09 am

    Gary… I could name about 50 players and 100 parents that would be interested in Washougal video. Probably hard for you to imagine there is more to GSHL football than Mighty Camas. Good luck tomorrow!

  7. Bryan Levesque on September 23rd, 2011 12:19 am

    We do have video of this game and will get a highlight video up soon (hopefully this weekend). We had some issues getting the files form a Mac HD to my PC. We have fixed the issue and should no longer have this issue going forward. We are doing our best to provide as much video as we can! hang in there with us.

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