High School Football:
Silverado 37, Coronado 20
October 1, 2010
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Score By Quarters
|SILV||Izaiah Thurmon 9 rush (Alec Acevedo kick)||0||7|
|SILV||Josh Curtis 38 pass from Savon Moniz (Alec Acevedo kick)||0||14|
|SILV||Cade Campbell 59 interception return (Alec Acevedo kick)||0||21|
|SILV||Alec Acevedo 22 field goal||0||24|
|SILV||Josh Curtis 7 pass from Savon Moniz (kick failed)||0||30|
|SILV||Corey Iwata 24 interception return (Alec Acevedo kick)||0||37|
|CORO||Cody Mucino 16 pass from Kevin Lucero (Brock Morrison kick)||7||37|
|CORO||Taylor Holland 45 interception return (Brock Morrison kick)||14||37|
|CORO||Chris Johnson 60 pass from Kevin Lucero (run failed)||20||37|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||8-26-145 (2 INT)||7-20-123 (3 INT)|
- Coronado: Kevin Lucero 4/-1, Chris Johnson 1/-2, Dylan Kaufman 1/5, Taylor Holland 3/23, Austin Iannucci 3/-6.
- Silverado: Izaiah Thurmon 18/87 (1 TD), Paul Gutierrez 4/10, Steven Scamorza 14/71, Corey Iwata 3/14, Josh Beck 4/25, Dominic Molina 9/50.
- Coronado: Kevin Lucero 5-12-121 (2 TD, 1 INT), Austin Iannucci 3-14-24 (1 INT).
- Silverado: Savon Moniz 7-18-123 (2 TD, 2 INTs), Garren Albright 0-1-0 (1 INT), Nicholas Blackmon 0-1-0.
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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