Mountain View Tops Keslo At Home 24-20

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 11, 2008

Mountain View Thunder Senior QB Cameron Pape connected with  Senior WR Joseph Vance on a 4 yard pass with less than a min remaining in the game to give the Thunder a 24-20 home GSHL 4A game versus the Kelso Highlanders.

The Thunder improve to 3-3 and 1-1 in league play with the win, and will travel to District Stadium Friday to play Battle Ground (1-5 0-2). With their second loss in a row, the Kelso Highlanders drop to 3-3 and 0-2. Kelso will be back at McKenzie Stadium Friday at 4:30pm to play the Heritage Timberwolves (3-3 2-0).

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Mountain View 24 Kelso 20

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Kelso
0
14
0
6
20
Mountain View
7
0
7
10
24

First quarter
MV — Michael Gaspar 19 run (Daniel Camacho kick)
Second quarter

Kel — Garrett Austin 11 pass from Cody McKinney (kick blocked)
Kel — Jared O’Neill 8 run (Tyler Crossland run)
Third quarter
MV — Andrew White 14 pass from Cameron Pape (Camacho kick)
Fourth quarter
MV — Camacho 28 FG
Kel — McKinney 22 run (kick blocked)
MV — Joseph Vance 4 pass from Pape (Camacho kick)
Leaders
Rushing
— Kelso — O’Neill 13-43, Crossland 15-34; Mountain View — Tyler Burton 15-63, Gaspar 8-53, Pape 11-30.
Passing — Kelso — McKinney 8-17-2-105; Mountain View — Pape 9-18-3-119.
Receiving — Kelso — Austin 5-69, Sam Young 1-21, Cedrique Chaney 1-14, Crossland 1-1; Mountain View — Lucas Swanson 3-49, White 3-25, Vance 2-35, Walter VanHooser 1-10.

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