The Vikings opened up the 2017 season with a convincing 63-21 win over Indiana's Michigan City Wolves. Justin Hall led the way with 5 touchdowns, including 4 on the ground and 1 through the air.
The Vikings battled a 13 hour bus trip and a 1 day postponement due to rain, but Ryan Flournoy and Justin Hall paved the way with 2 TDs each for the victory down South.
The Vikings defense stepped up big, allowing only 37 yards of total offense. Ryan Flournoy and Dominick Jones hooked up twice through the air for touchdowns to lead the Vikings to a 3-0 start.
What an end to Homecoming! After trailing 20-13 at halftime, the Vikings outscored the Raiders 35-0 in the second half. Justin Hall led the way with 4 TDs and 332 yards of offense!
The Vikings went on the road and got another big game from their defense, helping pave the way to a 28-9 win over West. The D gave up a total of 57 total yards of offense.
The Vikings hosted the Griffins in front of a sold out stadium, but couldn't get on a roll, losing 29-7. The lone score came on a Marcell Ellis catch from 31 yards out on a pass from Dominick Jones.
The Vikings qualified for the play-offs for an 8th straight year by beating Bradley 35-7 on a rainy Fridy night. The Vikings improved to 6-1 on the season.
The Vikings were fueled by Justin Hall, who scored 3 touchdowns and threw for another, as he hooked up with Marcell Ellis for a 79 yard TD. The Vikings move to 7-1 on the season.
The Vikings were once again led by a strong defense that gave up only 61 yards of total offense. Justin Hall and Kellyn Garenstein had 3 and 2 touchdowns respectfully to lead the offense.
Justin Hall ran for 286 yards and scored all 4 touchdowns for the Vikings, as the team cruised to a 28-7 win in the Regional Play Off game. Defensively, the Vikings held the Lancers to 211 yards.
It came down to the wire, but the Vikings fell just a bit short in their final drive, losing to the Redhawks 31-28.