High School Football:
Rancho 66, Sunrise Mountain 20
September 23, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|SUNMT||Charles Manning 11 pass from Jovon Perry (kick failed)||6||0|
|RANC||Cody Hafen 31 rush (Cody Hafen rush)||6||8|
|RANC||Cody Hafen 5 rush (run failed)||6||14|
|SUNMT||Jacari Young 21 rush (Gerardo Ramirez kick)||13||14|
|RANC||Treyvon James 55 pass from William Gosse-Gardett (Casey Holmes pass from William Gosse-Gardett)||13||22|
|RANC||Casey Holmes 4 pass from William Gosse-Gardett (Cody Hafen rush)||13||30|
|SUNMT||Charles Manning 78 pass from Chris Moore (Gerardo Ramirez kick)||20||30|
|RANC||Bryson Mitchell 23 pass from William Gosse-Gardett (Bryson Mitchell pass from William Gosse-Gardett)||20||38|
|RANC||Jason Ferrell 3 rush (pass failed)||20||44|
|RANC||Ezekiel Collins 8 rush (Ezekiel Collins rush)||20||52|
|RANC||Joel Fluhrer 20 pass from William Gosse-Gardett (Joel Fluhrer pass from William Gosse-Gardett)||20||60|
|RANC||Jason Ferrell 12 rush (run failed)||20||66|
- Sunrise Mountain: Chris Moore 3/33, Jacari Young 4/27 (1 TD), Jovon Perry 2/15, A'Keem Ross 1/9, Demetrius Stegall 2/1.
- Rancho: William Gosse-Gardett 3/21, Cody Hafen 24/181 (2 TDs), Jason Ferrell 14/78 (2 TDs), Ezekiel Collins 3/20 (1 TD).
- Sunrise Mountain: Chris Moore 5-15-114 (1 TD), Jovon Perry 2-4-22 (1 TD).
- Rancho: William Gosse-Gardett 13-26-283 (4 TD).
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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