PROSSER - The Grandview High School football ended its season last night with a 61-14 loss to the Prosser Mustangs.
"They really took it to us," Grandview Coach Jeremy Scroggins said.
The Mustangs put up 47 points in the first half alone.
Things started Grandview's way in the first quarter. The Greyhound defense was able to stop the Mustangs on its first possession. After receiving the punt, Grandview fumbled on its first offensive play of the game.
Prosser's Dominic Garza caught the fumbled ball in mid-air and scampered 25 yards for the Mustangs' first score. The Mustangs would add a pick-six later in the game.
Grandview scored two touchdowns in the second half, one in each quarter, but by then the Greyhounds were playing against Prosser's JV squad.
Derek Swearingen tossed two touchdown passes and had eight completions for 63 yards. He found Joey Saenz in the end zone for a 12-yard score in the third quarter and then hit Don Munoz in the fourth.
Prosser's T.J. Finn threw for 293 yards and was 13-for-15. He threw three for three scores.
Adam Perez led the Greyhounds in rushing with 81 yards on 18 carriers. Issac Anderson rushed for 96 yards and two touchdowns on 10 carries for Prosser.
The loss puts Grandview's record at 2-7 in CWAC play and 2-8 overall.