Mountain View Makes Quick Work Of Fort Vancouver At Kiggins 56-7
Written by Bryan Levesque on October 9, 2010
Mountain View did whatever they wanted to Friday night at Kiggins Bowl in their 56-7 win over Fort Vancouver.
No P.J. Jones? No problem!
Mountain View was without the services of league leading rusher P.J. Jones, but still managed to score 5 rushing touchdowns and rack up 223 rushing yards in the win. QB Ryan Hansen led the way with 78 yards on 6 carries. Hansen was also 4 of 5 passing for 126 yards and threw a pair of touchdowns. Sterling Reynolds had 2 rushing touchdowns (5,4) and also caught a 39 yard pass from Hansen for a score.
Fort Vancouver’s Daniel Hernandez hauled in a 38 yards pass from Hayden Heying for the Trappers only score in the 4th quarter after trailing 56-0 during the running clock.
With the win Mountain View improves to 4-2 on the season and 2-1 in league play. The Thunder will host Kelso (5- 3-0) at McKenzie Stadium 5:00 p.m. Fort Vancouver falls to 2-4 on the season and 0-3 in league play with the loss. The Trappers will travel to Columbia River (4-2 2-2) next Friday at Chieftain Stadium 7:00 p.m.
MV — Jeff Carmody 8 run (Cahvo Camargo kick)
MV — Sterling Reynolds 5 run (Camargo kick)
MV — Reynolds 39 pass from Ryan Hansen (Camargo kick)
MV — Ryan Johnson 27 pass from Hansen (Camargo kick)
MV — Dylan Petersen 5 run (Carmargo kick)
MV — Reynolds 4 run (Camargo kick)
MV — Hansen 5 run (Camargo kick)
MV — Mark Hartley 78 interception return (Camargo kick)
FV — Daniel Hernandez 38 pass from Hayden Heying (Giovanni Santambrogio kick)
Rushing — Mountain View: Sterling Reynolds 11-58, Carmody 3-23, Petersen 4-28, Hansen 6-78, Jeremy Martinez 1-5, Christian Alviar 5-21, Russel Culverwell 2-10. Fort Vancouver: Jordan Vela 5-26, Abdul Conteh 4-4, Richard Vansiclen 4-(minus 7), Robert Bain 3-19, Taylor Richey 3-16, Jai Girod 1-5, Heying 1-7.
Passing — Mountain View: Hansen 4-5-0-126, Luke DuChesne 1-2-0-10. Fort Vancouver: Richard Vansiclen 9-18-1-57, Hayden Heying 6-13-2-70.
Receiving — Mountain View: Carmody 1-33, Reynolds 1-39, R. Johnson 2-54, Dylan dougher 1-10. Fort Vancouver: Mario Avalos-Eyler 4-36, Vela 3-9, Daniel Hernandez 2-44, Taylor VanHeck 2-13, Rickey Gibson 1-6, Robert Bain 1-6, Vansiclen 2-13.
I played for Coach Boggs for two years...i was new to the state of Washington at the time, I was a troubled youth, and I was lost, he helped give me direction in my troubled life....i remember when he first told me I was playing varsity my junior year, it was one of the happiest...
Family works in Longview....and they don't want to move to Clark County! He is getting plenty of attention now, and it will just increase next season.
He also carries a 3.85 GPA - and the academics are taking notice too...stay tuned....
Did someone really say Heritage would be fifth in the standings?? Even behind Battlegroung who just got lucky they stayed in the game last year. Heritage has young talent returning. The fastest kid in the district is on their team and the QB is a hard worker don't count them out so much....