Mountain View Scores Late In 20-12 Road Win At Prairie

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 18, 2010

Mountain View trailed the host Falcons 12-7 entering the 4th quarter before a pair of Sterling Reynolds touchdowns and a goal line stand gave the Thunder the 20-12 road league win.

Sterling Reynolds and P.J. Jones each had over 100 yards rushing for the Thunder in the victory.

Mountain View improves to 2-1 and 1-1 in league play with the win and will play Heritage Friday night, 8:00 p.m. at McKenzie Stadium in a non-league game. Prairie falls to 1-2 and 0-1 on the season with the loss and will travel to Fort Vancouver Friday, 7:00 p.m. at Kiggins Bowl.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Mountain View Thunder
0
7
0
13

20

Prairie Falcons
0
6
6
0

12

Second quarter

P—Jesse Zalk 26 from Colin Seitz (kick failed)

MV—P.J. Jones 9 run (Chavo Camargo kick)

Third quarter

P—Avi Slifer 12 from Seitz (pass failed)

Fourth quarter

MV—Sterling Reynolds 2 run (kick blocked)

MV—Reynolds 3 run (Camargo kick)

Leaders

Rushing: MV—Sterling Reynolds 28-163, P.J. Jones 21-125, Jeff Carmody 1-17; Prairie—Jesse Zalk 5-29, Chad Michaud 4-20.

Passing: MV—Ryan Hansen 2-7-20-1; Prairie—Colin Seitz 6-15-81-2.

Receiving: MV—Ryan Johnson 1-17; Prairie—Ansel Cecil 3-39, Jesse Zalk 1-26, Avi Slifer 1-12.

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Comments

2 Responses to “Mountain View Scores Late In 20-12 Road Win At Prairie”

  1. GSHL Football Fan 2010 on September 18th, 2010 3:38 pm

    Hats off to the Prairie Falcons they played with fiery termination and never gave up. Looks like Mt View is going to challenge for a playoff spot because their running attack is excellent and they seem to have a lot of depth in that area. Mt View will need to work on their special team’s coverage, third week in a row they have had problems covering punts and kick off returns. To be fair, Mt View had 2 TDs called back due to penalties. Interesting note, Mt View only substituted once due to injury.

  2. Green and Gold on September 19th, 2010 12:23 pm

    This was a very good game. Prarie’s quarterback is the real deal. But Mountain Views run game is very controlling. The back up full back had a game and PJ Jones had three touchdowns but two got called back.. We’ll see how the 3a plays out.

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