It’s almost unbelievable that the Vikings were playing in a playoff game with a score of 67-33, but they were and they played well on Saturday, November 2 at their final home game this season.
The second quarter was a highlight for Lake Stevens scoring 30 of their 67 total points and two separate runs of over 50 yards each. During that quarter three touchdowns were made in just over a minute. Two by Lake Stevens and one for the Falcons.
The Vikings amazed with 373 rushing yards, 522 total yards and nine touchdowns.
Running back Austin Otis played his heart out with three touchdowns of his own and over 200 yards rushing.
Conner Coleman caught eight of 10 receptions before the halftime buzzer went off and scored three touchdowns throughout the game, two of those caught from quarterback Gavin O’Neil.
O’Neil also rushed for two touchdowns and completed 14 of his 22 passes.