Mountain View Tops Hudson’s Bay 21-7

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 24, 2009

Interceptions sparked the Thunder’s 21-7 win over Hudson’s Bay Thursday night.

Mountain View DB Lucas Swanson intercepted Hudson’s Bay QB Danny Christiensen on the Bay’s first drive of the game and ran it back 45 yards for a TD. In the 2nd quarter, MV DB Dylan Petersen intercepted Christiensen and ran it back 71 yards setting up a short Thunder drive that was capped off by QB Ryan Hansen 1 yd TD.

The Thunder improve to 3-1 on the season and will host Skyview on Friday (Oct.2) to start league play. With the loss Hudson’s Bay drops to 1-3 and will host Camas next Thursday at Kiggins Bowl to open league play.

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Rushing — Hudson’s Bay: Ingl Arrozal 6-34; Mountain View: Jones 19-135.

Passing — Hudson’s Bay: Danny Christensen 18-32-2-208; Mountain View: Hansen 3-5-0-25, Swanson 2-7-1-18.

Receiving — Hudson’s Bay: Arrozal 7-83, Washington 5-75, Jeremy Hickman 4-42, Musa Bah 1-5, Gabe Foster 1-3; Mountain View: Andrew White 1-19, Jones 1-17, Dean Koba 2-8, Rashan Williams 1-(minus-1).

First quarter
MV — Lucas Swanson 45 interception return (kick failed)
HB — Cody Torgrimson 1 run (Andre Washington kick)

Second quarter
MV — Ryan Hansen 1 run (P.J. Jones run)
Fourth quarter
MV — P.J. Jones 7 run (Jose Camargo kick)

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3 Responses to “Mountain View Tops Hudson’s Bay 21-7”

  1. Matt O'Dore on September 25th, 2009 6:38 am

    You dawgs. Thunder is tearin it up this year and i’m lovin it. I may be at WSU but i tune in every week to see how you guys are doing. I can already tell Coach has good his head on right and doing very well. Swanny is being a straight up stud. Chappy is a complete monster in this game on defense. PJ is going crazy out there I don’t understand it. Kick some sweet [but] against Skyview for me next week and go 1st in league. Make Papa proud.

  2. Scotchtape on September 25th, 2009 10:30 am

    People..People Mt View will be lucky to win 3 games in league. Their gimmes are Kelso and Evergreen. Their very week non-league schedule will lead them to get pounced by Heritage, Skyview and Battle ground. The 4a GSHL is a 3 team race and after week one Mt View and Battlegound will be 0-1 because of Heritage and Skyview

  3. MVHS athlete on September 28th, 2009 7:17 pm

    It looks to me that battle grounds non league schedule was about the same as ours. Lets compare
    mutual: prarie and hockinson…both dominated for the most part
    glencoe vs camas…both top tier teams in their respective states. both had them beat in the final quarter and let it slip away
    and CR vs Bay. both 1 and 3.

    sounds about the same to me
    why are they getting so much more praise then we are?

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