At the end of the rushing spectacle, Ulloa's numbers were nothing short of sensational: 27 carries, 322 yards and six touchdowns. He had five runs of 20 or more yards, including 65-yard and 50-yard touchdown surges in the fourth quarter, which sealed the Vikings' 49-21 nonleague win, ruining homecoming night for Bell-Jeff.
"You have a kid that's potentially a weapon like that and you run a tight double wing — he'll kill you," Bell-Jeff Coach Rolando Aguirre said. "He outran us."
Ulloa, a senior, eclipsed 1,000 rushing yards in just five games for Mountain View (3-2). Against Bell-Jeff (2-4), he also had two interceptions of Guards quarterback Chris Issakanian, while playing defensive back.
"We knew he was fast," Bell-Jeff outside linebacker Mitchell Kellogg said. "We knew he could do this. I had no idea that their [offensive] line was going to be this explosive and this fast. That kind of caught us off guard."
Ulloa scored his first touchdown of the night, a four-yard run, six minutes into the game, on Mountain View's initial offensive possession.
He struck again midway through the second quarter, on a three-yard touchdown run, as the Vikings took a 14-0 lead.
With 2:18 to go before halftime, Kellogg spurred life into Bell-Jeff by intercepting Mountain View quarterback Jerry Ponce just inside Guards' territory near midfield. Ponce attempted only two passes and didn't gain a yard through the air.
Kellogg returned the pick to the Mountain View 10-yard line, setting the offense up with a chance to cut the deficit in half.
"I think that was one of the spark plugs that got us going," Kellogg said. "It just seemed I ran forever. The end zone wasn't getting any closer."