2019: Kelso 29, Mountain View 28 — Josh Webb rushed for 358 yards but it was Mason Smith’s 28-yard field goal with 17 seconds left that gave the Hilanders the win.
2019: Evergreen 40, Mountain View 35 — The Plainsmen score the game’s final 20 points, including Tae Marks’ touchdown with 1:36 left to lift Evergreen to its first win over the Thunder since 2007.
2019: Mountain View 23, Prairie 22 — Freshman Kyle Chen makes a game-saving interception with 11 seconds left to give the Thunder a league victory.
2018: Union 17, Mountain View 14 — Christian Alcorn kicks a 29-yard field for Union with 2:34 left. The Thunder then drive to the Union 4 before a fumble ends their upset hopes. Union would go on to win the 4A state title. Mountain View was a 3A semifinalist.
2017: Union 14, Camas 13 — Jojo Siofele’s fourth-quarter touchdown rallies the No. 5 Titans from 13-0 deficit to beat No. 1 Camas, snapping the Papermakers 58-game winning streak in regular-season games.
2017: Mountain View 29, Kelso 23, OT — In overtime, Mitchell Delmage ends Kelso’s possession with an interception. One play later, Makai Anderson catches a 25-yard touchdown pass from Glen Perry for the win.
2016: Hockinson 14, Columbia River 13 — Matt Henry scores on a hook-and-ladder play with 20 seconds left for the winning touchdown in the mud at Hockinson.
2016: Columbia River 24, Evergreen 21, OT — The late Hunter Pearson runs for 200 yards and Kent Stricker kicks the game-winning field goal in OT for River.
2012: Heritage 12, Battle Ground 7 — The Timberwolves stop Kevin Haynes from inside the 1-yard line, twice — or did they? — to preserve a 4A GSHL victory.
2012: La Center 29, Woodland 21 — Woodland rallies from 29-7 down but the Wildcats seal win win recovered onside kick with 23 seconds to play to clinch the Trico League title and an unbeaten regular season.
2012: Kelso 49, Heritage 46 — A wild back-and-forth battle ends with Taylor Radcliffe’s interception in the end zone with 20 seconds left.
2011: Mountain View 34, Columbia River 28 — River led 21-20 at halftime when the lights went out at McKenzie Stadium and didn’t come back on. The game had to resumed the next day with Chav Camargo’s 52-yard interception return for TD helping the Thunder secure the win.