Friday Dec 04 2009 comments Placer vs Sonora By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Josh Klem and Dalton Dyer are all smiles as they listen to Joey Montoya's post game speech. Coach James Rodarte embraces head coach Joey Montoya after their big win. Asher Gotzmer jumps up for a catch between two of Sonora's defenders Iri Barajas and Vince Lee. Josh Turney runs for a gain of yardage. Cameron Southward ditches Dan Molieri of Sonora. Cameron Southward seeks the end zone for a touchdown. Asher Gotzmer carries Placer on his back with his running abilities. Dalton Dyer played big roles to help Placer defeat Sonora. Sonora's Brandon Mierop uses his 6-foot body to reach for a pass, but is thwarted by Asher Gotzmer in the end zone. To Placer's surprise, after tipping the ball out of Mierop's hands, Brendon Kamler comes up with the catch for a touchdown. Placer's Conner McKenzie almost gets a hand on the final pass of the game by Sonora's quarterback Ryan Emerald. Placer's Asher Gotzmer, left and Aaron Maddox break up Sonora's final pass to Brandon Mierop with only seconds remaining in the game. Cameron Southward runs toward the end zone after receiving a pass from running back Dalton Dyer. Sonora's Ryan Emerald gets wrapped up by the Placer D-line. Cameron Southward puts down a tackle on Sonora's Ryan Emerald. With only seconds remaining in the game, Cameron Southward wants to hear more from the crowd as he pumps them up. Coach Montoya compliments Asher Gotzmer after scoring the two-point conversion. Placer Hillmen coach Joey Montoya and Caleb Mitchell celebrate after the Hillmen win over Sonora Friday night. Conner McKenzie, left and Jarrad Weaver right celebrate their win with other teammates. Placer defensive lineman Conner McKenzie expresses his excitement as fans rush the field after the Hillmen's win over Sonora. Placer's quarterback Collin Burnett slaps high-five with long time friend Jim Hansen among the crowd of fans surrounding him. Defensive coordinator Eric Rodarte, left, head coach Joey Montoya, middle and coach James Rodarte bask in the victorious moment.