Photo shows Harvins foot stepping out of bounds on what turns out to be a miss call by the Ref’s and the NFL which leads to a Seahawk TD. Photo by Jim Predmore

One of the Seattle Seahawks’ best moments Sunday during their loss in San Diego never should have happened.


Photo by Jim Predmore

DSC_0047The Holtville Vikings (1-1) took on the Desert Mirage Rams (2-0) Friday night, where the Vikings capitalized on some slippery fingers and recovered five fumbles during the game, coming out ahead 30-12.
The Vikings received the first kick off with #4 David Rodriguez in the backfield to receive. Rodriguez received the ball and took off down the sideline braking away from the Rams ant took it into the end zone, only to be called back on a holding penalty. But that did not cool down a fired up Vikings offence as quarterback # 7 Esteban Muñoz took off with the ball for a 80 yard run for a touchdown.
Desert Mirage came back with a 60 yard run for a touchdown but a missed extra point left them behind 7-6.
Holtville added after recovering a Ram fumble at the fifteen yard line with Josh Merten taking it in for a TD a couple of plays later. Holtville’s extra point attempt was good which took the score to 14-6 at the half.
Holtville came back in the second half and added 2 more touch downs and a field goal that took them up to 30-6 with just 20 seconds on the clock, Desert Mirage took those 20 seconds and slipped one in with just 1.3 seconds on the clock for a TD. Making the final score 30-12 Holtville.

September, 11 2014 edition of the Holtville Tribune, Imperial Valley Weekly, and the Calexico Chronicle.

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