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John L. Braese
VALE – A good team just got better and just in time for the Black and Blue Bowl.
Viking senior Spur Jacobs joined his Vale teammates for the first time since suffering an injury prior to the season as the Viks routed visiting McLoughlin, 56-0 on Friday, Oct. 20 in Vale. The victory keeps the Vikings undefeated for the year at 7-0.
Jacobs made the most of this return, scoring against the Pioneers. The Vale starters put up all56 points in the first half, amassing 338 yards of offense in just two quarters. Sitting down early, the Vikings finished out the game with an additional 81 yards for a 419-yard night.
The ground game was king for Vale with nine different players picking up yardage. The Viking passing game accounted for only 109 total yards. Kase Schaffeld led the attack, picking up his two scores on four carries totaling 85 yards. Leland Tamez also scored twice as did Spur Jacobs. Thomas Rodriguez also found the endzone.
Colten Stepleton had an early night, going 1-for-2 passing for 25 yards while Brooks Aldred finished up the game going 2-for-6 for 84 yards.
A very young Pioneer team struggled the entire night putting up just three yards of total offense. With a run game that was nonexistent, freshman quarterback Randall Montgomery was forced to put the ball in the air, finishing his night 5-for-24 for 40 yards and two interceptions.
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