High School Football:
Canyon Springs 56, Chaparral 6
September 23, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 2 rush (kick failed)||0||6|
|CSPR||Isiah Charles 12 rush (pass failed)||0||12|
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 12 rush (Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey rush)||0||20|
|CHAP||Corey Hockin 43 pass from Kyle Scott (kick failed)||6||20|
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 3 rush (Keveon Glenn rush)||6||28|
|CSPR||Rayshawn Henderson 3 rush (pass failed)||6||34|
|CSPR||Gerad Davis 29 pass from Keveon Glenn (Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey kick)||6||41|
|CSPR||Keveon Glenn 3 rush (Adam Tuala pass from A.J. Cooper)||6||49|
|CSPR||Brandon Edmond 5 rush (Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey kick)||6||56|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||8-17-119 (1 INT)||6-16-121|
- Chaparral: Kyle Scott 5/-16, Tyquan Anderson 2/8, Tim Sanderfer 3/3, Antonio Thomas 19/47.
- Canyon Springs: Donnel Pumphrey 13/188 (3 TDs), Keveon Glenn 4/39 (1 TD), Brandon Edmond 4/19 (1 TD), Rayshawn Henderson 1/3 (1 TD), Isiah Charles 2/29 (1 TD), Diamante Luna 1/-3, Nigel Perry 8/36, Darnell Jernigan Jr. 1/11, A.J. Cooper 1/0.
- Chaparral: Kyle Scott 8-17-119 (1 TD, 1 INT).
- Canyon Springs: Keveon Glenn 6-15-121 (1 TD), Diamante Luna 0-1-0.
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