High School Football:
Moapa Valley 49, Del Sol 40
September 23, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|DSOL||Chris Marshall 15 rush (Dylan Lindemann kick)||0||7|
|DSOL||Dylan Lindemann 28 field goal||0||10|
|MOAP||Conner Mortensen 5 rush (kick failed)||6||10|
|MOAP||Brandon Johnson 40 pass from Dakota Watters (Dakota Watters rush)||14||10|
|DSOL||Raheem Jones 30 pass from Nathan Kirschbaum (Dylan Lindemann kick)||14||17|
|DSOL||Chris Marshall 34 rush (Dylan Lindemann kick)||14||24|
|MOAP||Kasen Hughes 5 rush (Dylan Mortensen kick)||21||24|
|MOAP||Conner Mortensen 4 rush (Dylan Mortensen kick)||28||24|
|MOAP||Sean McConnell 2 rush (Dylan Mortensen kick)||35||24|
|DSOL||Dylan Lindemann 39 field goal||35||27|
|MOAP||Conner Mortensen 4 rush (Dylan Mortensen kick)||42||27|
|MOAP||Dakota Watters 1 rush (Dylan Mortensen kick)||49||27|
|DSOL||Jamill Payne 65 fumble return (Dylan Lindemann kick)||49||34|
|DSOL||Raheem Jones 18 pass from Nathan Kirschbaum (kick failed)||49||40|
|Moapa Valley||Del Sol|
- Moapa Valley: Conner Mortensen 29/207 (3 TDs), Dakota Watters 2/5 (1 TD), Sean McConnell 9/49 (1 TD), Kasen Hughes 2/24, Dakota Gordon 2/25.
- Del Sol: Nathan Kirschbaum 7/-23, Chris Marshall 20/126 (2 TDs), Trevion Johnston 2/-1.
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