Prairie Blows Out Fort Vancouver 47-23 At Kiggins Bowl

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 25, 2010

Prairie’s defense put the clamps on the Trappers offense, while the Falcons passing game led to a 47-23 win on the road.

Falcons QB Colin Seitz was 13/20 for 260 yards and 3 TD’s. Seitz also added a rushing TD.

With the win Prairie improves to 2-2 on the season and 1-1 in league play. The Falcons will host Camas (4-0 1-0) next Friday at District Stadium 7:00 p.m. Fort Vancouver falls to 2-2 with the loss and 0-1 in league play. The Trappers will travel to Kelso (3-1 1-0) Friday for a league game with the Hilanders at Schroeder Field 7:00 p.m.

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Cody – Fort Vancouver x

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Prairie Falcons
14
0
20
13
47

Fort Vancuver Trappers
0
7
0
16
23

First quarter

P—Jesse Zalk 63 from Colin Seitz (Forest Krant kick)
P—Avi Slifer 42 from Seitz (Krant kick)

Second quarter

FV—Robert Bain 9 run (Oswaldo Camarena kick)

Third quarter

P—Zalk 20 from Seitz (kick failed)
P—Seitz 13 run (Krant kick)
P—Jode DeKlerk 9 run (Krant kick)

Fourth quarter

FV—Jose Johnson 4 run (Johnson run)
P—Nick Gawley 7 run (kick failed)
FV—Mario Avalos-Eyler 19 from Hayden Heying (Jai Girod run)

P—Zalk 29 run (Krant kick)

Leaders

Rushing—Prairie: Jesse Zalk 4-58; Jode DeKlerk 5-46; Coleman Weisenborn 2-40. Fort Vancouver: Jordan Vela 17-66; Richard Vansiclen 10-39, Robert Bain 7-37.

Passing—Prairie: Colin Seitz 13-20-260-0; Coleman Weisenborn 2-2-36-0. Fort Vancouver: Richard Vansiclen 8-18-91-2; Hayden Heying 3-6-66-0.

Receiving—Prairie: Jesse Zalk 3-91; Avi Slifer 5-89; Tyler Vea 5-84, Ansel Cecil 1-33; Fort Vancouver: Jordan Vela 4-50; Mario Avalos-Eyler 2-49; Robert Bain 2-30; Brendan Birrel 3-28.

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Comments

3 Responses to “Prairie Blows Out Fort Vancouver 47-23 At Kiggins Bowl”

  1. Prairie#80 on September 26th, 2010 8:58 pm

    Zalk had another rushing td in the fourth quarter. The score shows it but its not on the stats.?

  2. hardhitter on September 29th, 2010 1:24 pm

    I’ve been to every “home” stadium….watched all of “the power” teams play in the 4a and 3a…
    watched nearly every team’s “B” squads play on Mondays and Freshman on Thursdays….

    Best Fan Base: Camas…..Over 1500 at Qwest…less than 500 for Union….
    Have been at two of Union’s games, one home and one away……it’s not even close….student support…band…..watched 4 of Unions games last year….Camas, Evergreen, Mt View, Heritage, Prairie, Battleground…Bay and Ft’s…I’m not from any school….but I know if I want to see a Camas game I show up 90 minutes early..new stadium doesn’t matter..still packed……any other school, drive up 5 minutes before game time…not a problem…
    Union had a much better turnout last year than they are getting this year..don’t understand that because I believe this years team plays much much harder like they are on a mission….I hope they get to Skyline…

  3. Kelso on September 29th, 2010 2:29 pm

    Hardhitter, Kelso had 5000 vs. Mark Morris. Average a couple thousand. Hard to not find a seat when you walk up 5 minutes before when you’ve one of the largest stadiums in the region. :-)

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