High School Football:
Moapa Valley 59, Faith Lutheran 26
October 1, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|MOAP||Conner Mortensen 1 rush (Dakota Watters rush)||0||8|
|MOAP||Conner Mortensen 25 rush (Dylan Mortensen kick)||0||15|
|MOAP||Austin Prisbrey 20 pass from Dakota Watters (Dakota Watters rush)||0||23|
|FLUT||Trey Jasonek 2 rush (kick failed)||6||23|
|MOAP||Sean McConnell 25 rush (kick failed)||6||29|
|MOAP||Sean McConnell 61 punt return (kick failed)||6||35|
|MOAP||Dakota Watters 1 rush (kick failed)||6||41|
|FLUT||Chris Mays 80 pass from Gino De George (Trent Dolby kick)||13||41|
|MOAP||Sean McConnell 17 rush (kick failed)||13||47|
|MOAP||Sean McConnell 95 rush (kick failed)||13||53|
|MOAP||Dakota Gordon 8 rush (kick failed)||13||59|
|FLUT||Chris Mays 2 rush (kick failed)||19||59|
|FLUT||Brad Pearson 2 rush (Trent Dolby kick)||26||59|
|Faith Lutheran||Moapa Valley|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||14-27-289 (3 INT)||10-14-152|
- Faith Lutheran: Chris Mays 5/16 (1 TD), Trey Jasonek 4/1 (1 TD), Brad Pearson 1/2 (1 TD), Sean Bishel 2/-4.
- Moapa Valley: Sean McConnell 5/162 (3 TDs), Dakota Watters 5/-15 (1 TD), Conner Mortensen 15/118 (2 TDs), Dakota Gordon 6/51 (1 TD), Shane Terril 1/1, Kasen Hughes 3/16.
- Faith Lutheran: Gino De George 14-27-289 (1 TD, 3 INTs).
- Moapa Valley: Dakota Watters 10-13-152 (1 TD), Dylan Mortensen 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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