High School Football:
Foothill 58, Boulder City 0
September 24, 2010
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Score By Quarters
|FOOT||Connor Afoa 65 rush (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||7|
|FOOT||Connor Afoa 15 rush (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||14|
|FOOT||Keegan Buck 54 fumble return (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||21|
|FOOT||Darius Gates 4 pass from Parker Riggin (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||28|
|FOOT||Darius Gates 15 pass from Parker Riggin (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||35|
|FOOT||Mikie Charlton 30 pass from Parker Riggin (kick failed)||0||41|
|FOOT||Brandon Wiltz 5 rush (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||48|
|FOOT||Kevin Camacho 25 field goal||0||51|
|FOOT||Shane Mazner 1 rush (Kevin Camacho kick)||0||58|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||3-15-42 (1 INT)||11-16-194|
- Boulder City: Thomas Shelley 7/-6, Dustin Mantia 1/0, Frankie Badgely 6/1, Tyler Washburn 2/3, Joe Woodbury 4/2, Colton Schulz 4/5, Matt Combs 6/15.
- Foothill: Connor Afoa 8/134 (2 TDs), Shane Mazner 2/9 (1 TD), Brandon Wiltz 8/41 (1 TD), Marc Harris 1/-1, James Henderson 2/4, Kyle Keplinger 4/39.
- Boulder City: Thomas Shelley 3-12-42, Colton Schulz 0-1-0 (1 INT), Matt Combs 0-2-0.
- Foothill: Parker Riggin 10-15-186 (3 TD), Kyle Keplinger 1-1-8.
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