Brian Miggliacio, SS (2008-OFL; 2008-GNFA)
Leonard Brown, CB (2008-OFL HM)
Tim Gaston, LB (2008-OFL 2nd)
Ryan Cadwell, TE (2009 -OFL HM; 2008-OFL 2nd; GNFA 2nd)
Andrew Johnson, WR (2009 - OFL 2nd; 2008-OFL HM; GNFA HM)
Nick Biron, OL (2009 - OFL HM; 2008-OFL HM)
Matt Tefs, PK (2008-OFL HM)
Jeremy Jones, KR (2008-OFL HM)
Nick Tefs, LB (2008-GNFA HM)
Tim Williams, LB (2008-GNFA HM)
Justin Ruffier, DL (2009 - OFL HM; 2008-GNFA HM)
Victor Brandon, QB (2009 - OFL HM)
Jon Mendes, FS (2009 - OFL 1st)
Nick Swan, UT (2009 - OFL HM)
Efram Lawrence, DB (2011 GNFA 1st; PFL 1st)
Tim Ivanov, LB (2011 GNFA HM; PFL 2nd)
Rami Awad, OL (2012 GNFA HM; PFL South 1st)
Donnie Vercher, LB (2012 GNFA HM; PFL 2nd)
Brad Ames, TE (2012 PFL South 2nd)
Garrick Ashenfelter, WR (2012 PFL South 2nd)
The Vancouver Vipers, created by Mathew Tefs
battled as a lower tier team in the Oregon Football League in 2008
finishing 3-7. 2009 brought another 3-win season, but improvements
in upset victories over the Oregon Outlaws and Rogue Warriors.
Following a 6-month layoff, the Vipers attempted to give the Linfield
JV's a test only to get dominated 55-0.
In 2010 the Vipers again started 0-3 before stringing together a couple
of wins. An upset of the Buzzards in the final regular season game
got the Vipers into the playoffs only to be flattened by the Monarchs.
2011 was a banner start for the Vancouver squad as the began play in the
PFL North Division. The Vipers raced out to a 9-0 start to the
season only to see the season end in one of the most epic collapses in
Northwest history. Five straight blow out losses ended the season.
The Vipers changed to "Clark County" in 2012 and with the departure of
the Klamath and Rogue franchises, they were placed back in the PFL South
Division. The team struggled to put together consistency and ended
4-7; it's fourth losing season in five years.