Mountain View overcame a sloppy fourth quarter to hold on for a 32-26 victory over Calvary Chapel on Saturday at Henderson International.
The Saints (5-2, 3-1 Class 2A Southern League) were outscored 20-0 in the fourth quarter, allowing an interception and a punt blocked.
“I called it a moral defeat,” Mountain View coach Ray LeBoeuf said. “You win, but you feel like you lost. Getting outscored 20-0 in the fourth quarter, it’s unacceptable.”
Calvary Chapel (1-4, 1-3) pulled to within 32-26 on Cody Taylor’s 1-yard sneak with 1:54 to play, but Mountain View secured the ensuing onside kick.
Mountain View’s Cortland LeBoeuf rushed for 168 yards on 21 carries, including touchdowns of 59 and 3 yards.
T.J. Engel passed for 137 yards and two touchdowns for the Saints. Karl Benjamin made five receptions for 78 yards and both scores.
Taylor threw for 113 yards and a TD and rushed for 37 yards and three scores to guide Calvary Chapel.In-depth high school sports coverage