High School Football:
Las Vegas 48, Sunrise Mountain 14
October 14, 2011
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Score By Quarters
|LVEG||Farrell Victor 54 rush (Jay Mattox kick)||7||0|
|LVEG||Vince Castro 20 pass from Hasaan Henderson (Jay Mattox kick)||14||0|
|LVEG||Josh Mayfield 50 pass from Hasaan Henderson (Jay Mattox kick)||21||0|
|LVEG||Farrell Victor 25 rush (Jay Mattox kick)||28||0|
|LVEG||Vince Castro 24 rush (Jay Mattox kick)||35||0|
|LVEG||Royce Gonzaque 61 interception return (Jay Mattox kick)||42||0|
|LVEG||Farrell Victor 1 rush (kick failed)||48||0|
|SUNMT||Demetrius Stegall 2 rush (Gerardo Ramirez kick)||48||7|
|SUNMT||Tyree Mays 2 rush (Gerardo Ramirez kick)||48||14|
|Las Vegas||Sunrise Mountain|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||5-9-98 (1 INT)||11-27-136 (5 INT)|
- Las Vegas: Farrell Victor 8/108 (3 TDs), Vince Castro 4/40 (1 TD), Aaron Zanin 1/7, Sebastian Leon 1/-5, Artrevion Grant 2/5.
- Sunrise Mountain: Demetrius Stegall 1/2 (1 TD), Tyree Mays 2/4 (1 TD), Chris Moore 7/-29, Jacari Young 16/62, A'Keem Ross 1/6.
- Las Vegas: Hasaan Henderson 4-8-95 (2 TD, 1 INT), Vince Castro 1-1-3.
- Sunrise Mountain: Chris Moore 11-27-136 (5 INTs).
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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