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Mountain View Rolls Over Rival Evergreen 35-7 | Greater St. Helens League Football

Mountain View Rolls Over Rival Evergreen 35-7

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 4, 2010

The Mountain View Thunder were only 40 seconds away from pitching a shutout, something a Thunder defense has not done since a 41-0 win over Prairie in 2004, and something Mountain View has not done to Evergreen since a 21-0 win in 1987.

However, with 40 seconds left in the game, Evergreen’s O’Shay Piper scored from 5 yards out. Too little, too late for the Plainsmen who were trailing 35-0 at that point.

Mountain View completely shut down Evergreen in the first half, taking a 14-0 lead into the break. Thunder RB P.J. Jones had 188 rushing yards and 2 TD’s in the win. RB Dylan Petersen also had 2 rushing TD’s for Mountain View.

Mountain View will host Camas next Friday at 7:00 pm, while Evergreen travels to Lakes for a 7:00 pm game.

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Mountain View Thunder


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Second quarter

MV — Dylan Petersen 2 run (Chavo Camargo kick)

MV — Ryan Johnson 3 pass from Ryan Hansen (Camargo kick)

Third quarter

MV — Petersen 5 run (Camargo kick)

Fourth quarter

MV — P.J. Jones 48 run (Camargo kick)

MV — P.J. Jones 9 run (Camargo kick)

Eve — O’Shay Piper 5 run (Timur Zhividze kick)


Rushing — Mountain View: Dylan Petersen 15-56, P.J. Jones 14-188, Ryan Hansen 6-31, Sterling Reynolds 2-9, Camargo 4-11. Evergreen: Chase Lawrence 20-71, Piper 10-24, Brian Shirts 9-23, Beni Corbic 7-11, Quwontae Wallace 5-5, Anthony Thomas 5-0, Tekwon Wallace 1-6.

Passing — Mountain View: Ryan Hansen: 3-8-1-23. Evergreen: A. Thomas 0-8-1-0, Corbic 1-1-0-4.

Receiving — Mountain View: Jones 1-6, Josh Parker 1-14, Ryan Johnson 1-3. Evergreen: Piper 1-4.

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62 Responses to “Mountain View Rolls Over Rival Evergreen 35-7”

  1. Rodriguez on September 4th, 2010 10:27 am

    Evergreen just can’t run the Wing T offense.

  2. Main on September 4th, 2010 10:31 am

    Camas will have their hands full next friday.

  3. MVHS Alum on September 4th, 2010 10:31 am

    Hmmm…. looks like those pre-season polls were really screwed up, e-green being #4… Mtn. View did work in the trenches. Keep it up guys …

  4. Fan of All on September 4th, 2010 2:07 pm

    Where is egreen with all his trash talk???

  5. Someone on September 4th, 2010 8:19 pm

    uhhhhh actually if anything in this site mountain view does all the trash talking but its mainly by some guy by MVHS athlete then people respond to him

  6. Southerner on September 4th, 2010 8:37 pm

    Congrats to the Camas Papermakers. Those that think that they will have hands full next week better consider the strength and balance of this team. This is legitimate leader and winner in the GSHL 3A and 4A.

  7. Someone on September 4th, 2010 8:41 pm

    southerner, shouldnt this comment should be on like a camas topic not a evergreen? Mtn view topic

  8. Gohan on September 4th, 2010 8:52 pm

    Basically. Camas did work. We railed timberline the number 9 team in the state. Mtnview. Isn’t even ranked. So you do the math. Its basically gohan (me) vs. A bug. Not even a competition. So yeah. Camas > mountainview

  9. Someone on September 4th, 2010 8:55 pm

    i like your reasoning gohan

  10. Thunder Fan on September 4th, 2010 9:06 pm

    for once, leave the trash talk for after the game. Mountain view opened alot of eyes last night, DISMANTLING evergreen. Obviously gohan doesnt play football, cuz he references a show for 10 year olds. let the pads do the talkin for once, cuz camas vs mountain view is gonna be one hell of a game.

  11. Wsumj on September 5th, 2010 12:18 am

    I agree with Rodriguez. Evergreen just doesn’t have the personnel to run that offense. It was painful to watch that game.

  12. MR HS Football Fan on September 5th, 2010 12:29 am

    Gohan and Someone, why don’t the two of you go ahead and hand Camas the 3A District Title already? If you think the players and coaches at Mt View are just gonna lay down because you all are “Big Bad Camas” you better think again. It will be no cake walk for the Papermakers coming into McKenzie next week. While the Thunder are not ranked and nobody still believes they are any good, I hope all you idiots keep praising and talking up Camas. They are a good team but these games still have to be played and settled on the field. Not on these blogs. Best of luck to Camas but I guarantee you Mountain View will be ready. Please keep saying the Thunder don’t have a prayer…I believe they like being the underdogs…

  13. Wsumj on September 5th, 2010 12:36 am

    I watched both games. MV and Evergreen last night and Camas at Qwest.

    It will be a very physical game next week. If Camas doesn’t figure out how to hold on to the football, MV will win.

  14. Trunks on September 5th, 2010 12:49 am

    I’m sorry but the thunder’s chances are lookin pretty slim against camas. They’re flat out overmatched at almost every position. It doesn’t matter how much you enjoy “the underdog role” when you just don’t have the players to perform. The mountain view offense, outside of their running back, looked pretty inept against a less than stellar evergreen D. And while their defense held evergreen in check, evergreens offense is not on the same level as camas’. I predict a rout.

  15. FootballMan on September 5th, 2010 1:29 am

    MR HS Football Fan,

    well said!

  16. Trunks on September 5th, 2010 1:36 am

    I watched both games as well. Camas did fumble a couple times but if the 9th ranked team in the state can’t make them pay for it, MV certainly can’t. Camas wins. Big.

  17. Trunks on September 5th, 2010 1:43 am

    Thunder fan-
    yeah we will let the game do the talking. Because from what I can tell, MV has a one demensional offense with one or two quality players, an a marginal defense at best. Woo hoo you shut down evergreens mighty wing t offense… Camas shut them out last year. Camas just beat the 9th ranked team in the state and are ranked 4th, numbers don’t lie bro.

  18. Thunder Fan on September 5th, 2010 2:05 am

    i dont know many marginal defenses that give up -1 yards of total offense in one half of football. give them a little credit trunks. yes, everyone knows camas is dang good team and will be heavily favored. but to call the thunder team marginal and only has one or two quality players is absolutely false.

  19. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 2:10 am

    Pj jones is a stud. Ran for half the mv offense. But after that….? Note: i am not trying to be sarcastic. Im just curious.

  20. Trunks on September 5th, 2010 2:18 am

    I said their defense was marginal, I did not say they were a marginal team. Like bleacher creature said, their running back is a stud, which gives them options on offense. But i just don’t see their defense containing the passing attack and improved running game of camas.

  21. Someone on September 5th, 2010 9:37 am

    Id say mountain view outplayed evergreen by a lot but it looked like evergreen also had a lot of confusion in there offense and defense. I say they would work it out this week especially since they’re playing lakes.

  22. MVHS Athlete on September 5th, 2010 9:47 am

    Mountain View has always had a better pass defense than run defense. check all the teams that beat us last year. and check out grayson’s and dogde’s stats against mv. all 4 games mv lost they got the ball pounded down their throat. now im not saying that this years team proved anything against a below average evergreen team, but i would say they did a little bit better than last year. They will have no problem stopping the passing game, its all about who will be able to run the ball better

  23. seriously on September 5th, 2010 9:54 am

    Mountain View definitely outplayed Evergreen. They were physical and were well prepared. Evergreen’s offense was holding them back. First possession they start at MV 5 yard line and can’t punch it in. Evergreens D held strong for the most part in the 1st half. They held MV for three straight possession, with MV having great field position. The 2 first half MV td drives started inside EHS 40 yard line because the offense couldnt move the ball. After that EHS defense couldnt stop MV with all their momentum. And when Evergreen began to move the ball it ended in a turnover. Mountain View is for real. Evergreen just needs to clean things up and protect the ball and they will be just fine.

  24. seriously on September 5th, 2010 10:03 am

    I wouldnt say Evergreen is a below average team.

  25. "NEWOFFENSEGREEN" on September 5th, 2010 11:17 am

    Evergreen’s biggest story was about watermelon and not football.
    Seems MV biggest story was no respect, they earned it Friday !!!

  26. MR HS Football Fan on September 5th, 2010 11:23 am

    All the pressure is on Camas to beat Mt View…the Rankings, these blogs, the expectations….people are saying Mt View is one dimensional….can only run…why pass when averaging 8 yards a carry?

    Football games are decided on three things….from my perspective Mt View has one problem listed on the very bottom….

    1) Ability to run the Football – Grade – A+

    2) Ability to stop the run – Grade – A (On six first-half possessions, Evergreen was held without a first down and minus-1 yard of net offense. By night’s end, the yardage margin was 303-144 vs a senior Evergreen O-Line)

    3) Special Teams – Grade D+ (terrible Punt and Kick Off Coverage)

  27. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 12:37 pm

    You really dont think the ability to pass is a deciding factor in football? Camas has run a spread for a while now and i would say they have some success playing football….

    Ability to pass. Camas: a++ but what about mv?

  28. Main on September 5th, 2010 12:41 pm

    The most interesting matchup, to me, next Friday will be the big boys up front on both sides of the ball for both Camas and Mountain View.
    Mountain View proved the talent those guys in the trenches have with 280 rushing yards, as well as -1 total yards on the defensive side for one half of football. The MV ground game is no joke.

    Though even if they can pull anything close tot the defensive stand that they had, there is one more thing to take into account… Camas has a guy named Logan Grindy in command of that offense. And he can really make a team pay through the air.

    Mountain View’s pass, not run, defense will decide this matchup.

  29. GSHL Football Fan 2010 on September 5th, 2010 2:15 pm

    I was at the game, Mt View’s kicker/punter has a strong leg , but you are right CHS Mt View’s coverage on the punt or kick off was not very good, The kicker put ther ball inside the 5 yard line twice and hit a couple of bombs on punts but the coverage was slow and too many missed tackles.

  30. MVHS Athlete on September 5th, 2010 2:39 pm

    Post #24-maybe not below average but it seemed like they had trouble blocking and running the offense. i dont know if that was because mtv was that good or if evergreen just wasnt as good as we thought

  31. Football Fanatic on September 5th, 2010 3:11 pm

    “Main on September 5th, 2010 12:41 pm
    The most interesting matchup, to me, next Friday will be the big boys up front on both sides of the ball for both Camas and Mountain View.
    Mountain View proved the talent those guys in the trenches have with 280 rushing yards, as well as -1 total yards on the defensive side for one half of football. The MV ground game is no joke.

    Though even if they can pull anything close tot the defensive stand that they had, there is one more thing to take into account… Camas has a guy named Logan Grindy in command of that offense. And he can really make a team pay through the air.

    Mountain View’s pass, not run, defense will decide this matchup”.

    I truly believe this game will tell if MV is for real or not. I watched the MV -EHS game very closely and saw some very positive things but hard to guage because of the EHS performance. We shall see…

  32. MR HS Football Fan on September 5th, 2010 4:05 pm

    CHSbleachercreature, I don’t think you’re understanding what I’m saying about winning football games. Of course the passing game can be a deciding factor but it shouldn’t be the only factor. Of course Grindy is solid and can definitely throw and run but if Camas cannot run the football with their RB’s they become one dimensional. The Thunder can then sit back and play pass defense & even bring in a better personal package to defend it. Also the passing game always works twice as well when you can run because it keeps the defense off balance. (This is called play action…which was how TE Ryan Johnson was wide open in the end-zone for a TD)

    And yes the Thunder definitely have a good passing game but they didn’t have showcase it because their FB & RB are averaging 5 to 8 yrds a carry and had 4 TD’s between them. Do you ever watch the NFL and college football? The running game on offense and stopping the run of defense win football games. Period.

  33. DCGardner on September 5th, 2010 4:28 pm

    Seeing as I went to the Camas game, I can safely say that if they put Marshall at RB and have Addision Owen as a full time WR, Camas will have one of if not THE most explosive offense’s in the League. But I assure you that if they do what I said they should, they will be able to run on you, pass, or have Grindy scramble on any given play.

  34. MR HS Football Fan on September 5th, 2010 6:50 pm

    Wow DCGardner, since you’re 100% right all the time on these blogs we should believe everything you have to say. Thanks for your expertise! Maybe you should call coach Eagle and tell him everything he needs to know so Camas can be state champions.

    I guess since I went to the Mountain View game I could say pretty much the same thing. With the exception that no personnel changes need to be made.

  35. DCGardner on September 5th, 2010 7:38 pm

    I am only saying that because it seems like the logical choice to make based on my years of following football and based on what I saw at the game.

  36. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 7:40 pm

    Mr hs- I understand what you are saying i just thought you were completely dismissing the pass game from being a major factor.

    About being one dementional. Mv looks like it is running something on the lines of a triple option offense. That style of offense made mv look very one dementional against evergreen so using your philosophy camas’ defense can set up with more people inside and simply stop the run.

    And hey maybe camas’ look at offense is passing sets up the run. After all 3 of our 4 tds came on the ground. You say mvs pass is definitly good. I will coment after i see it happen (mind you this is against an extremely fast and athletic set of db’s). But i know that camas showcased how potent they are in the air with grindy and how good they are on the ground with an athletic qb and an explosive rb in zack marshall.

    Have you watched college football? Texas had virtually no run game and made it to the national championshipand if you stopped their air game you stopped their offense. Im not saying this is true for every team. Im just saying stopping the run orhaving a good run game means you are the winner every time.

  37. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 7:52 pm

    * doesn’t mean you will win every time

  38. PopPrep on September 5th, 2010 8:14 pm

    I was at Qwest and got to see Camas play and DC and CHS are right on the money.

    Now I don’t know much about MVHS, but I can tell you that from yesterday’s performance you can expect Camas to be able to run, pass, and if needed have Grindy race to the sidelines at anytime. It was a real exciting game. They definitely have plenty of tools in the ol shed.

  39. Someone on September 5th, 2010 8:54 pm

    after this week id say mtn view will definitely be in the power rankings at 4 behind union skyview and camas

  40. MR HS Football Fan on September 5th, 2010 10:53 pm

    CHSbleachercreature, please DO NOT comment on offenses anymore. You obviously have NO IDEA what your talking about. It’s irritating to many people on this site.

    You said, “About being one dimentional. MV looks like it is running something on the lines of a triple option offense.”


    Mountain did not run ANY option during the game! Are you serious….where in the video does it show MVHS running an option let alone a triple option?? Maybe you were watching old 1984 Oklahoma Sooner highlights on ESPN Classic. Please give me the time frame or at what minute and seconds this happens in Bryan’s video.

    Here’s a clue CHSbleachercreature…..Mountain View runs basically the I Formation, or Offset I Formation as well as a Single Back or will line up with no backs and 4 WR’s with a TE or 5 WR’s w/no TE if they choose to…(They did not have to run any spread formations or shotgun because Evergreen was getting owned in the trenches) they do not run the Wing T or Ferndale’s old offense like some other idiot from Union posted on here before the season started.

    Please “Google” football offensive formations and bring yourself up to speed if you want to talk about formations and X’s and O’s…even then you still won’t have a clue. As far as Camas goes I have the utmost respect for their team and program. And yes they are very good. But hey guess what…MVHS isn’t too bad either. If people think Camas is gonna blow out MVHS because their ranked #3 in the Seattle Times poll they don’t know football. There is so much HYPE in these polls, power rankings etc. Just ask Heritage and Evergreen. Both teams pretty much were awful in their openers but yet Heritage was ranked based on last year’s performance and Evergreen because of their O-Line returning who was embarrassed to say the least.

  41. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 11:28 pm

    Wow didnt know that not understanding mvs offense was so offensive… And there for makes me the stupidest person ever. There was talk of that type of offense here and i naturally assumed they would be running the ball most of the time. When i went and watched them i didnt look for the actual options.. I just saw alot of pile ups and running.

    I think its funny you took one sentence from my entire post and assume i dont know anything.

    Can i just ask where all this hostility came from? I have not once called out mv for being a bad team or camas being the greatest ever. I have simply been trying to get answers about mv (other playmakers besides pj jones, if their air game is good) and all ive gotten was no answer, an assurance from you that the air game is good, and unneccissary complaints from you about things i havent said. Sorry i didnt know mvs playbook in full unlike you. I mean really…. Google? I can start taking shots at you if you really want. Just chill man friday night will speak for itself

  42. ThunderBleacherCreature on September 6th, 2010 12:11 am


    You ask for playmakers on MV’s offense: here they are.

    Ryan Hansen: QB, great athlete who can get outside the pocket and make plays with his arm and legs. Friday was his first varsity start, so he was very nervous. You can tell just by watching. but he can really play and run mathiesons offense well.

    Jeff Carmody: WR, fast and quick with great hands and excellent route runner. 3-year starter at CB and now as a senior playing offense as well

    Ryan Johnson: TE, big body and hard to cover because of size. He split time at tight end with Zach Chapman last year as a sophmore. good athlete (chapman is at D1 football player at E. Washington)

    Dylan Peterson: FB, vicious runner who brings the wood on offense and defense. a true menace

    Josh Parker: WR, good hands and is very fast and quick.

    Offensive line: alot of returners with experience. Very discipline. PJ jones didnt run for 188 yards by himself. he needs guys to open up holes for him too.

    you question the thunders playmakers cuz u havent seen them yet and because they werent needed against evergreen. why take the football out of PJ’s hands when hes in the zone like that?. Stick with what works my friend!

  43. CHSbleachercreature on September 6th, 2010 12:22 am

    Thank you. Thats all i asked for to start with! Haha great name by the way 🙂

  44. ThunderBleacherCreature on September 6th, 2010 12:51 am

    and i didnt even mention the defense. they can really play.just watch some of the hits they put on the Egreen backs in the highlight video. OUCH! Granted, it will be a much bigger test going up against the horses for camas and containing their passing attack. but it will be a fun one to watch for sure! dont count MV out. theyll be ready to go, mathieson will prepare them well. Cant wait!

  45. egreen on September 6th, 2010 6:11 am

    Well it seems that none of the 4A teams wanted to show off there play-book. Evergreen didn’t want there plays taped so we just didn’t do any of it. 3A loss = oh well.

  46. wsumj on September 6th, 2010 9:42 am

    “DCGardner on September 5th, 2010 4:28 pm

    Seeing as I went to the Camas game, I can safely say that if they put Marshall at RB and have Addision Owen as a full time WR, Camas will have one of if not THE most explosive offense’s in the League. But I assure you that if they do what I said they should, they will be able to run on you, pass, or have Grindy scramble on any given play.”

    DC – You are spot on! Marshall ran the ball with purpose. Owen is an outstanding athlete but he needs to be a full time WR.

  47. 40 on September 6th, 2010 10:41 am

    If Marshall at RB and Owen back at WR wasn’t plainly obvious to the coaching staff, it will worry me.

  48. "NEWOFFENSEGREEN" on September 6th, 2010 12:28 pm

    MV only looked good cuz EHS looked really bad. EHS blocking schemes are poor are best. Peterson probably got calls from USC, Wash., Oregon and so on after the game. MV had their defensive players in EHS backfield all night. Not sure what some of you saw, but MV couldn’t throw a party. Camas will stop MV cold and I thing players will get hurt. This will be a blood bath kind of game. Camas the senior oriented team will rise to the occasion. Camas is the cream of the crop in Clark county and will prove it week in and week out. Would you believe I’m an EHS fan !!!!!!

  49. Trunks on September 6th, 2010 3:12 pm

    MR HS-
    seems like your the only one on this site being irritated by chs’s comments, and that’s probably because he’s just pointing out the truth: camas is on a different level than mountain view. And it’ll show in the game.

  50. CHSbleachercreature on September 6th, 2010 3:24 pm

    I dont know why hes so offended about what ive said either…

  51. MR HS Football Fan on September 6th, 2010 4:19 pm

    Trunks, you and your other buddies talk way to much smack on these blogs. And yes you irritate me too. So biased and unfair with your lame comments and predictions not to mention lack of respect for other programs.

    Another level? I know the “Truth” that Camas is just the best HS team down here in SW Washington cause they’re on another level above MVHS, Skyview and Union? Based on what? Skyview may beat Camas on the 24th…remember who won last year…Camas had a better team last year and should have lost to Battle Ground and they couldn’t beat Union at home with like a 3 TD lead…. while not really capitalizing on a gazillion Union turnovers.

    What excuses will you give the world if MVHS wins this Friday? You gonna complain of player bus lag coming back from Quest Field? Or is it gonna be That Addison Owen didn’t play WR…The only thing that will show in this game is your stupidity to label Camas opponents as being beneath them. MVHS will compete I guarantee you. No Blowout here!

    I have no respect for people like you who have no respect for other teams that show they can play & compete in the GSHL. You’re just arrogant. You just better hope your precious Camas doesn’t lose a game…because if they do I will be in your face so much your gonna have to change your blog name. Now I will say again that I actually have a lot of respect for Camas players, coaches & their program just not lame bloggers like you.

  52. CHSbleachercreature on September 6th, 2010 5:58 pm

    Who are his buddies? And if you have so much respect for camas why did you blatently take shots at them. The team is arguably better this year, and a new year is a new football team dont dwell on last years results. But hey eye for an eye. Mv barely had a winning record last season not to mention non league games against prairie hockinson and bay. Impressive. You are taking everything that is being said about mv a little out of proportion. Only trunks has said anything on the lines of smack talk for camas. Cmon man the more shots you take at people and teams the more people arent gunna like you.

  53. High School Football Fan I on September 6th, 2010 8:59 pm

    Mr. HS FF,

    I know you are a coach my friend so kudo’s to you coming on here bashing other programs because you beat Evergreen. Nice job! You feel better??? Don’t say that you are not either because you are. Good luck next week vs Camas as you will need it. Game planning this week for the Camas offense might pose a bit stiffer challenge I think.

  54. TheTruth on September 6th, 2010 9:52 pm

    wow High School Football Fan I,

    you are [not that smart] if you think a mountain view coach or any other coach from any other school would go on this blog and trash talk any other programs. Im pretty sure all of the coaches in this area respect eachother and wouldnt do that. and im pretty positive that coaches dont even look at this stuff because it doesnt even matter to them or the players. give me a break. youre really mature to be making accusations just because you dont agree with somebody elses opinion. wheres your proof that its a coach, huh?

  55. wsumj on September 6th, 2010 11:32 pm

    Anyone know how the Evergreen JV team did on Thursday? They played either Camas or MV.

  56. CHSbleachercreature on September 6th, 2010 11:43 pm

    Played camas. Evergreem got beat by a pretty decent score if i remember corrrctly.

  57. Trunks on September 6th, 2010 11:59 pm

    Mr hs football fan-
    You obviosly haven’t studied one bit about the camas team. Last years team was better? Um have you looked at our senior class this year? Logan grindy: senior. All three of the starting receivers: seniors. Addison Owen: senior. Odin Coe, arguably the best interior lineman in the area: senior. Our entire d-line: seniors. This years team is stacked with seniors who have been on varsity since they were sophomores. The senior class went undefeated as freshmen. So did the juniors. I haven’t said one offensive thing about you or mountain view. I’m just stating my opinion that camas is on a different level. It’s kinda cute that those statements get you so riled up that you need to take personal shots at me over a website.

  58. Main on September 7th, 2010 10:19 am

    For future reference,
    MV – Evergreen JV Game:

    MV- 16
    EHS – 6

  59. john t on September 7th, 2010 11:28 am

    evergreen just needs to calm it down and everyone do your job!!!!!!! they will be fine but all4a teams lost so new season starts friday again lol

  60. wsumj on September 7th, 2010 1:43 pm

    The 3 Evergreen teams were outscored 104-13. 7 of those Evergreen points came with under a minute left.

  61. Papermakerspride on September 10th, 2010 11:15 pm

    Hey this is papermaker pride, aka trunks. I had to change my name cuz I was so scared that mr hs would get all up in my face after that game vs mountain view…

  62. Someone on September 11th, 2010 2:22 am

    i went to the JV game it was pretty bad reffing if u asked me a player got a personal foul for blocking until the whistle when the refs didn’t even blew the whistle which made no sense to me how you can say personal foul unnecessary roughness for blocking to the whistle when there was no whistle and that was late in the 4th quarter when mtn view had like a 6 or 8 pt. lead. I really think we should retrain all the refs in the league because they are the same refs that do ccyf- high school football so thats all the football in town

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