High School Football:
Valley 53, Western 32
September 12, 2008
Score By Quarters
|VALL||Kerwyn Williams 29 rush (Steven Minturn kick)||7||0|
|VALL||Kerwyn Williams 87 punt return (kick failed)||13||0|
|VALL||Garic Wharton 42 pass from Gidion Tesfai (Steven Minturn kick)||20||0|
|VALL||Suki Wilks 2 rush||26||0|
|WEST||Dante Warren 2 pass Terryon Marion (kick failed)||26||6|
|WEST||Giovan Grant 73 return (kick failed)||26||12|
|VALL||Kerwyn Williams 47 rush (pass failed)||32||12|
|VALL||Dominick Orr 64 interception return (Steven Minturn kick)||39||12|
|VALL||Malcolm Wilks 3 rush (Steven Minturn kick)||46||12|
|VALL||Taber Shy 5 rush (Steven Minturn kick)||53||12|
|WEST||Brian Mickel 78 return (pass failed)||53||18|
|WEST||Thomas Johnson 50 pass from Terryon Marion (pass failed)||53||24|
|WEST||Giovan Grant 27 pass from Terryon Marion (Brian Mickel rush)||53||32|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||4-10-64||9-22-102 (1 INT)|
- Valley: Gidion Tesfai 2/13, Taber Shy 6/27, Malcolm Wilks 11/101, Vital Alphonse 3/1, Suki Wilks 1/2.
- Western: Terryon Marion 7/163, Anthony Garrett 6/52, Brian Mickel 19/102.
- Valley: Gidion Tesfai 1-1-58 (1 TD).
- Western: Terryon Marion 9-22-102 (3 TD, 1 INT), Terryon Marion 9-22-102 (3 TD, 1 INT).
Note: Stats and results reflect only those reported by LasVegasSun.com staff, called in by team officials or used with permission and generosity of maxpreps.com.
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