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.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Mountain View Thunder
21
14
21
0
56

Fort Vancouver Trappers
0
0
0
7
7

first quarter

MV — Jeff Carmody 8 run (Cahvo Camargo kick)
MV — Sterling Reynolds 5 run (Camargo kick)
MV — Reynolds 39 pass from Ryan Hansen (Camargo kick)

second quarter

MV — Ryan Johnson 27 pass from Hansen (Camargo kick)
MV — Dylan Petersen 5 run (Carmargo kick)

third quarter

MV — Reynolds 4 run (Camargo kick)
MV — Hansen 5 run (Camargo kick)
MV — Mark Hartley 78 interception return (Camargo kick)

fourth quarter

FV — Daniel Hernandez 38 pass from Hayden Heying (Giovanni Santambrogio kick)

Leaders

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.

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Comments

3 Responses to “Mountain View Makes Quick Work Of Fort Vancouver At Kiggins 56-7”

  1. yup on October 9th, 2010 1:55 am

    Bryan- fort scored off a pass not from a returned interception

  2. Bryan Levesque on October 9th, 2010 2:24 am

    yep, that’s what it says “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.” you know… AFTER I changed it. Thanks for pointing that out.

  3. GSHL Fotball Fan 2010 on October 9th, 2010 2:24 pm

    Excellent all around game Mt View!

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