High School Football:
Bishop Gorman 69, Clark 7
September 16, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|BGOR||Ryan Smith 80 pass from Anu Solomon (Kline Fielden kick)||0||7|
|BGOR||Shaquille Powell 20 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||0||14|
|BGOR||Jamir Tillman 6 pass from Anu Solomon (Kline Fielden kick)||0||21|
|BGOR||Nate Starks 50 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||0||28|
|CLAR||Deyon McKinney 80 rush (Hidero Takagi kick)||7||28|
|BGOR||Justin Sweet 95 return (Kline Fielden kick)||7||35|
|BGOR||Nate Starks 91 pass from Anu Solomon (kick failed)||7||41|
|BGOR||Shaquille Powell 85 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||48|
|BGOR||Tajon Allen 27 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||55|
|BGOR||Makoa Tyndall 1 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||62|
|BGOR||Lorenzo Fertitta 9 rush (Kline Fielden kick)||7||69|
- Clark: Anthony Bermudez 5/-12, Deyon McKinney 8/80, Shane McLin 8/17, Marquise McKinney 13/24.
- Bishop Gorman: Nate Starks 1/50 (1 TD), Shaquille Powell 2/105 (2 TDs), Tajon Allen 3/75 (1 TD), Lorenzo Fertitta 5/35 (1 TD), Makoa Tyndall 1/1 (1 TD), Jason Auschwitz 3/24.
- Clark: Anthony Bermudez 2-6-1, Marquise McKinney 0-1-0.
- Bishop Gorman: Anu Solomon 3-3-177 (3 TD), Makoa Tyndall 2-4-20.
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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