River Easy Over Fort 31-8

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 17, 2008

Columbia River was not going to loose to Fort Vancouver two years in a row. The Chieftains defeated the Trappers 31-8 at Kiggins Bowl in a GSHL 3A battle.

With the win Columbia River improves to 4-3 and 2-1 in league play. River will host Hudson’s Bay (1-6 0-3) on Friday. With a win, Rive will clinch a play-off spot.

The Trappers drop a second game in a row and fall to 2-5 and 1-2 in league. Fort Vancouver needs a win Friday at home versus Camas (5-2 2-1) if they want to make the play-offs.

Columbia River
7
17
7
0
31
Fort Vancouver
0
0
0
8
8

First quarter
CR — Shawn Fenton 4 pass from Mike Ortegon (Theisen Chang kick)
Second quarter

CR — Neil Daly 34 run (Chang kick)
CR — Chang 29 FG
CR — Chris Burgess 9 pass from Ortegon (Chang kick)
Third quarter

CR — Burgess 1 run (Chang kick)
Fourth quarter

FV — Bogden Goncharuk 4 run (Goncharuk run)
Leaders
Rushing
— Columbia River — Burgess 16-66, Ortegon 3-40, Daly 2-42, Jordan Currie 3-22.
Passing — Columbia River — Ortegon 12-20-1-167, Daly 1-1-0-4.
Receiving — Columbia River — Rob Cavallero 2-68, Fenton 6-61, Burgess 2-19, Wyatt Brinkman 1-14, Ryan Putman 1-5.

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