Vale uses run game to stymie Tigers

The Vale Vikings beat the Ontario Tigers 41-30 at a match Sept. 13 (The Enterprise/Joe Siess)

VALE - Until Friday night’s football contest with Ontario, Vale’s Jared Fulwyler said he was new to the position of running back.

“This was one of the first times I played running back,” said Fulwyler.

Fulwyler, though, looked like an old pro and piled up 139 yards and a touchdown to lead Vale past the Tigers 41-30 in a non-league contest.

“I felt great during the game,” said Fulwyler. “But I wouldn’t have looked this good if it wasn’t for my linemen.”

Fulwyler proved to be the workhorse for the Vikings in a game where the two opposing teams combined for nearly 800 yards of offense.

 “Each team played hard,” said . . .