Mountain View Too Much For Prairie in 46-20 Thunder Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 5, 2009

The Mountain View Thunder went up to District Stadium and knocked off the Prairie Falcons 46-20 to start the 2009 season.

Mountain View will host Glencoe of Oregon at 5pm next Friday while Prairie travels to Kelso for a 7pm kick off.

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09/04/09 8pm
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Mountain View Thunder
12
21
0
13
46
Prairie Falcons
7
7
6
0
20
PASSING – Mountain View: Swanson 4-8-53, Ryan Hansen 3-4-46; Prairie: Seitz 15-26-146, Coleman Weisenborn 4-7-40.

RUSHING – Mountain View: Burton 22-105, Swanson 6-6, Rankins 3-24, Taylor Melius 2-5; Prairie: Meister 7-73.

RECEIVING – Mountain View: Zach Chapman 2-24, Dean Koba 2-38, White 2-33; Prairie: Ansel Cecil 1-6, Justin Harrison 3-29, Slifer 4-70, Klye Wiley 5-38, Meister 3-23.

First quarter
MV —John Burton 29 run (kick failed)
MV —Burton 1 run (kick failed)
PRA —Avi Slifer 36 pass from Colin Seitz (Justin Kemp kick)

Second quarter
PRA —Kyle Wiley 6 pass from Seitz (Kemp kick)
MV —Burton 5 run (Burton run)
MV —Andrew White 26 pass from Lucas Swanson (run failed)
MV —Rashan Williams 14 pass from Swanson (Jose Camargo kick)

Third quarter
PRA —Madison Meister 2 run (kick failed)

Fourth quarter
MV —David Falk 103 interception return (Janos Camacho kick)
MV —Joe Rankins 11 run (kick failed)

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One Response to “Mountain View Too Much For Prairie in 46-20 Thunder Win”

  1. FootballFan on September 10th, 2009 6:59 am

    John Burton is actually Tyler Burton, and David Falk is actually Lucas Swanson. bad typo from the Columbian..

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