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September 19, 2014

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Desert Oasis opens league play by beating Western

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The Desert Oasis High football team had more than 350 yards of offense in the first half in beating host Western 49-6 in the Southwest Division opener for both schools.

A week after being shutout by Silverado, Desert Oasis (2-1) received multiple touchdowns from Kambrenn Heatley and Devin Fortenberry.

“It is starting to come together. I don’t know to explain it,” Desert Oasis coach Faron Seibel said. “We have a lot of kids playing both ways, and they are getting used to it. They are getting in shape.”

Kambrenn Heatley’s brother, Chaunsi , also scored for the Diamondbacks, while sophomore Mark Fredricks added a scoring run.

Western fell to 1-1.

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