High School Football:
Palo Verde 48, Cheyenne 34
October 2, 2009
Score By Quarters
|PVER||Brandon Wright 31 rush (Garrett Dunlap kick)||7||0|
|CHEY||Marquise Hall 48 pass from Kody Stahl (Cory Broadhead kick)||7||7|
|PVER||Chappell Thomas 72 rush (Garrett Dunlap kick)||14||7|
|PVER||Brandon Wright 8 rush (Garrett Dunlap kick)||21||7|
|PVER||Jared Olsen 13 pass from Tyrone Blake||28||7|
|CHEY||Xavian Johnson 16 rush (Cory Broadhead kick)||28||14|
|CHEY||Xavian Johnson 34 pass from Chris Spencer (Cory Broadhead kick)||28||21|
|PVER||Brandon Wright 56 rush (Garrett Dunlap kick)||35||21|
|CHEY||Jordan Butler 30 pass from Kody Stahl (kick failed)||35||27|
|PVER||Brandon Wright 81 kick return (Garrett Dunlap kick)||42||27|
|PVER||Brandon Wright 2 rush (kick failed)||48||27|
|CHEY||Jordan Butler 14 pass from Chris Spencer (Cory Broadhead kick)||48||34|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||2-7-335 (2 INT)||19-36-284|
- Palo Verde: Brandon Wright 18/173 (3 TDs), Tyrone Blake 7/21, Chappell Thomas 13/131 (1 TD), Mitchel Geib 1/1, Sean Mears 2/9.
- Cheyenne: Jordan Butler 9/27, Kody Stahl 5/-3, Xavian Johnson 7/34 (1 TD), Nchong Enokenwa 1/2, Andrew Calhoun 4/7.
- Palo Verde: Tyrone Blake 2-5-35 (1 TD), Sean Mears 0-2-0.
- Cheyenne: Chris Spencer 2-4-48 (2 TD, 1 INT), Jordan Butler 1-1-10, Kody Stahl 14-24-183 (1 TD, 1 INT), Xavian Johnson 2-7-43.
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