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PIG BOWL 2009

RESULTS

 

TOTAL AMOUNT OF MONEY RAISED FOR THE JENNIFER MAGILL FAMILY:

$19,282.35 + $1150 After the game

Grand Total: $20,432.35

 

SCORE ON THE FIELD:

OREGON: 15 WASHINGTON: 11

 

SCORE ON THE SCOREBOARD:

OREGON: 1116 WASHINGTON: 1041

The winner of this years Halftime “Survivor Game” was Laurie Hicks.

Thanks to a generous donation by Patrick Cameron of Skamania Lodge, Laurie will be enjoying two rounds of golf and a nights stay in the heart of the gorge at Skamania Lodge.

Until this year the most money ever raised by the Pig Bowl for a family was in 2007 when the Pig Bowl raised $11,700 for the Peter Garland Family.

The defenses were strong for both teams (There were about 7 interceptions)

Score by Quarter:
First quarter: Oregon 7 Washington 0
Second quarter: Oregon 8 Washington 11
Third quarter: Oregon 0 Washington 0
Fourth quarter: Oregon 0 Washington 0

In the last 30 seconds of the game, Oregon substituted Sheriff Rick Eisland in at Quarterback and he threw a pass to Referee Bill Mead for a touchdown, although there was some argument as to whether two hand touch was allowed since he had no flags :)

Pig Bowl announcer Rod Runyon said that according to the Pig Bowl rules, the official who scored the touchdown could choose which team he wanted to get the points. Bill Mead chose Washington. Head Referee Bob McFaden then stopped the game to allow Washington’s Place Kicker Melissa Wykes to come on and kick the extra point for Oregon, only after she kicked it Bob Mcfaden gave those two points to Washington as well.

The Oregon team voted on an MVP from the Washington Team:

# 24 TJ Lund (he just happened to be their ringer)

The Washington team voted on an MVP from the Oregon Team:

The Dalles Reserve Officer #2 Keith Howe

(He had two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown)

Until this year the highest score ever was in 2007 when Washington scored 593 points!

Before this game even started the pre-purchased touchdowns had Washington in the lead 793 to 770!

However, before Air Life had a chance to drop off Darth Vader’s Bounty Hunter with the game ball, Washington had jumped out to a 980 to 835 lead!

Thankfully it wasn’t long before the Oregonians stepped it up. Rumor has it that someone from Hood River made the trip to the game saying, I’ve gotta make sure those guys from across the creek don’t win.

THE FINAL SCORE ON THE SCOREBOARD INCLUDES ALL PURCHASED POINTS AND ALL ACTUAL POINTS (AS WELL AS THE REFEREE’S POINTS) OREGON: 1116 and WASHINGTON: 1041

This years top contributors include:

OREGON:
Employees of Wasco Electric $600
Edith Dey $500
Adams Construction $350
Kase Construction $350
Heidi Lee $300
Taurus Carpet Cleaning $275
Clarabe De Leon $250
Oregon Veterans Home $250
Fix Auto opperated by Sky’s Collision Repair $250
Aero Print $250
Northern Oregon Regional Corrections Association $250
Tom, Ruth, Sean & Melissa Wilson $200
Spooky’s $200
Fraternal Order of Eagles $200
Sign Pro $200
Employees of Wasco County PUD $200
Turtle Island (Tofurkey) $200
Johnny’s Automotive $150
Lawrence & Pat Carter $100
Jack’s Body Shop $100
Doug Macnab $100
Wasco Title $100
Casa El Mirador $100
Oil Can Henry’s $100
Crest Line Construction $100
Hage Electric $100
Dan & Tami Garcia of Merlin Electric $100
Counsins Resteraunt $100
Mark Freeman of The Dalles Liquor Store $100

WASHINGTON:
ICE $500
Fix Auto opperated by Sky’s Collision Repair $250
Turtle Island (Tofurkey) $200
Beneventi $200
Granite Northwest $200
Klickitat County Dispatchers $125
IGA of Goldendale $100
OSO Enterprises $100
Ed & Debbie Gunyon $100
Robert Westfield Attorney $100
Ted & Jessie Gunyon $100
SDS Lumber Company $100
Corner Stone Coffee $100
Hunsaker Oil Company $100
Gardner Funeral Home $100
Richard Hynd Alstate Insurance $100
Cascade Square Merchants $100
Steven Silwa of Insitu $100
Underwood Fruit $100
Bishop Sanitation $100
D&D Refrigeration $100
Goldendale Les Schwab $100
Hometown Pizza $100
Karen Grimes $100
Allen’s Building Supply $100

The Pig Bowl would like to express their grattitude to everyone who contributed to this years event. Please forgive us if we left anyone out.

Also a huge thank you for everyone who helped with advertisement: Bohn’s Printing, KODL, Y102, KACI, KMSW, KIHR, The Goldendale Sentinel, The Dalles Chronicle, Hughes Feed & Grain, and CGN Channel 7.

All glory goes to God, but a big thank you to Terry Stephens, Janet Scartozi, Jennifer Holloran and everyone else who worked behind the scenes to make sure that this years event was a huge success. We simply couldn’t do it without you.

See you next year! Keep checking the website for updates and don’t foret to email us your ideas for next years family.