Mountain View Over Hockinson 40-26

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 19, 2009

The Mountain View Thunder scored 30 points in the 2nd quarter after trailing 12-0 at the end of the 1st. The Thunder went on to beat visiting Hockinson 40-26.

With the win, Mountain View improves to 2-1 on the season and will host Hudson’s Bay Thursday in their final non-league game. With the loss, Hockinson, the defending GSHL 2A champs, fall to 0-3 and will travel to Battle Ground on Friday in their final non-league game.

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09/18/09
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Hockinson Hawks
12
8
0
6
26
Mountain View Thunder
0
30
10
0
40
Rushing — Hockinson: Hayden Kytola 4-6, Williams 6-17, Wolf 15-65, Paul Owenby 3-16, Hanson 4-32, John Westensee 1-0, Cameron Fleming 2-2; Mountain View: Rankins 15-102, Burton 16-125, Swanson 3-15

Passing — Hockinson: Williams 6-12-2-126; Mountain View: Swanson 3-13-0-175

Receiving — Hockinson: Connor Perry 2-48, Kytola 1-8, Wolf 2-45, James Lucescu 1-25; Mountain View: White 1-56, Austin Tremel 1-9, Williams 1-54.

First quarter
HOC — Aaron Hanson 1 run (kick blocked)
HOC — Taylor Wolf 2 run (run failed)
Second quarter
MV — Joe Rankins 14 run (Jose Camargo kick)
MV — Tyler Burton 19 run (kick blocked)
MV — Andrew White 25 interception return (Camargo kick)
MV — White 56 pass from Lucas Swanson (Camargo kick)
HOC — Wolf 2 run (Aaron Hanson run)
MV — Camargo 34 field goal
Third quarter
MV — Rashan Williams 54 pass from Swanson (Camargo kick)
MV — Camargo 27 field goal
Fourth quarter
HOC — James Lucescu 25 pass from Matthew Williams (pass failed)

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Comments

2 Responses to “Mountain View Over Hockinson 40-26”

  1. Dave Lodwig on September 19th, 2009 12:26 pm

    How can Swanson have 175 yds passing when his completions only add up to 119 yds?

  2. trucker on September 19th, 2009 2:38 pm

    The columbian writer is way off for both game totals. Grayson had over 80 yards rushing and passed for over 200 yards. Heritages running back had close to 80 yards rushing and more catches than what was listed. Swanson from what I saw was around 160 yards passing and Rankins had easily 130 yards on the ground.

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