On a third-down-and-goal situation, Issakanian threw a five-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Micah Shirley, who ran an out route to the left side of the end zone. The Guards brought the score to 14-7, with 1:23 to go in the first half.
However, on the Vikings' next offensive play, running back Diego Ortiz showed that Ulloa wasn't the only home-run threat in Mountain View's double-wing backfield. Coming on his lone carry of the game, Ortiz breezed 60 yards for a touchdown down the right sideline.
Nine running backs carried the football for the Vikings during the contest.
Mountain View owned a 21-7 advantage at halftime.
The Vikings quick-striking offense hit again just 3:39 into the second half when Ulloa scored on a five-yard rush.
Shirley countered for the Guards with a 36-yard touchdown run on the next Bell-Jeff possession, but Mountain View remained ahead, 28-14.