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Mountain View Can’t Hold Off Glencoe in 33-20 Loss | Greater St. Helens League Football

Mountain View Can’t Hold Off Glencoe in 33-20 Loss

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 12, 2009

The Mountain View Thunder led 20-12 over visiting Glencoe of Oregon entering the 4th quarter Friday night at McKenzie Stadium. On the first play of the 4th, Glencoe RB Jeremy Cronk ran 70 yards for the TD and cut the Thunder lead to 20-18. Mountain was driving and had moved inside the 20 when a caught pass was fumbled and recovered at the 16 with 9:10 left in the game. Glencoe then drove 84 yards for the go ahead score, a 4 yard TD run by Cronk. The drive lasted over eight and a half minutes leaving Mountain View with only 32 seconds down 26-20. Glencoe forced a fumble and ran it back 32 yards to cap off the scoring at 33-20 and give the #5 ranked Tide the road win.

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Glencoe Crimson Tide
Mountain View Thunder
Rushing — Glencoe: Cronk 14-128, Roth 4-25, Kyle Cameron 2-12, Apeland 2-30; Mountain View: Burton 20-68, Lucas Swanson 4-3, Rankins 10-66

Passing — Glencoe: Apeland 7-14-124; Mountain View: Lucas Swanson 5-10-131

Receiving — Glencoe: Roth 2-20, Cronk 3-90, Plinkie 2-11, Josehp Duvall 1-8; Mountain View: Austin Tremel 1-48, Zach Chapman 1-33, Andrew White 2-50.

First quarter
MV — Jose Camargo 34 field goal
GLE — Alex Roth 2 run (kick failed)
Second quarter
MV — Camargo 35 field goal
GLE — Roth 5 pass from Apeland (kick failed)
MV — Tyler Burton 5 run (Camargo kick)
Third quarter
MV — Joe Rankins 10 run (Camargo kick)
Fourth quarter
GLE — Jeremy Cronk 70 run (pass failed)
GLE — Cronk 2 run (Hayden Plinkie 3 pass from Apeland)
GLE — Cole Johnson 32 fumble recovery (A.B. Priest-Cowan kick)

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One Response to “Mountain View Can’t Hold Off Glencoe in 33-20 Loss”

  1. Mr.Football on September 13th, 2009 12:24 pm

    Mountain View had this game won and gave it away. This was the 4th ranked team in Oregon’s 5A. I think the Thunder will be better because of the loss even though I’m sure it’s killing those players and coaches. Watch out Skyview because the Thunder have week 5 circled on their calendar….that should be a good one….may come down to the wire…

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