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Turnover hurt Fort Vancouver in a 49-28 loss to Hoquiam

Kaeleb Cvitkovich completes four touchdown passes

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor

Hoquiam took advantage for four first-half turnover by Fort Vancouver to jump out to a big lead and roll to a 49-28 victory on Thursday in Hoquiam.

The Grizzlies led 42-8 at halftime. Kaeleb Cvitkovich completed a 45-yard touchdown pass to Joshua Elvestrom in the first quarter.

Cvitkovich threw four touchdown passes for the Trappers, thre of which went to Evan Mendez in the second half.

Fort Vancouver (0-2) play its first home game of the season on Friday, Sept. 16 when the Trappers host Stevenson at 5 p.m. at Kiggins Bowl.


Fort Vancouver 8 0 6 14 — 28

Hoquiam 21 21 7 0 — 49

First quarter

Hoquiam — Owen McNeill 27 pass from Zander Jump (Gevin Wonderly-Leonard kick)

H — McNeill 29 pass from Jump (Wonderly-Leonard kick)

Ft. Vancouver — Joshua Elvestrom 45 pass from Kaeleb Cvitkovich (Evan Mendez pass from Cvitkovich)

H — Anthony Burtenshaw 3 run (Wonderly-Leonard kick)

Second quarter

H — Jake Templer 12 run (Wonderly-Leonard kick)

H — Templer 25 fumble return (kick fail)

H — Jalen Hobucket 2 run (Hobucket pass from Jump)

Third quarter

H — McNeill 52 pass from Jump (Wonderly-Leonard kick)

FV — Mendez 9 pass from Cvitkovich (pass fail)

Fourth quarter

FV — Mendez 11 pass from Cvitkovich (pass fail)

FV — Mendez 56 pass from Cvitkovich (Cvitkovich run)

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