Hudson’s Bay Holds Off Fort Vancouver For 28-26 Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 31, 2009

Hudson’s Bay and Fort Vancouver each scored 4 TD’s Friday night, the only difference in the game was that Hudson’s Bay made all 4 of their extra points while the Trappers failed to convert on all 4.

Hudson’s Bay led 28-14 heading into the 4th quarter before the Trappers scored 2 late TD, but it was not enough.

With the win, Hudson’s Bay improves to 3-6 and 2-3 in league. The Eagles season is over.

Fort Vancouver drops to 2-7 and 0-5 in league play. The Trappers will play at Mountain View in a week 10 non league cross over game. This is not a playoff game.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Fort Vancouver ×

Mike – Hudson’s Bay √

10/30/09
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Fort Vancouver
6
6
0
12

24

Hockinson Hawks
14
7
7
0

28

Rushing — Hudson’s Bay — Christensen 9-126, Torgrimson 7-78, Arrozal 12-46; Fort Vancouver — Isaiah Thompson 10-121, Tevin Wesley 8-57, Chen 10-43.

Passing — Hudson’s Bay — Christensen 2-3-0-50; Fort Vancouver — Heying 4-8-1-69.

Receiving — Hudson’s Bay — Washington 1-50; Fort Vancouver — Bush 1-48, Robby Case 2-18, Chen 2-11.

First quarter
HB — Andre Washington 23 interception return (Washington kick)
HB — Ingo Arrozal 8 run (Washington kick)
FV — John Chen 3 run (kick blocked)
Second quarter
HB — Danny Christensen 67 run (Washington kick)
FV — Chen 5 run (run failed)
Third quarter
HB — Cody Torgrimson 53 run (Washington kick)
Fourth quarter
FV — Chen 1 run (run failed)
FV — Marcus Bush 48 pass from Hayden Heying (pass failed)

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Comments

2 Responses to “Hudson’s Bay Holds Off Fort Vancouver For 28-26 Win”

  1. mosdef on November 9th, 2009 1:33 pm

    Heard that Bay’s coach resigned. True?

  2. Not a Fan on November 23rd, 2009 9:07 am

    THANK GOD! Look at his record, these teams have been driven into the ground since he has taken over baseball and football. How about a coach that knows a little something about the sports.

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