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July 3, 2015

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Desert Oasis erases 17-point halftime deficit to beat Bonanza


Sam Morris

Desert Oasis High School football player Trevon Barnes.

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Brandon Andrews had three touchdown runs to lead the Desert Oasis High football team to a 34-17 victory against previously undefeated Bonanza.

Desert Oasis (2-2 overall, 2-1 Southwest) trailed 17-0 at halftime before dominating the final two quarters.

“We started playing hard. We were just so flat to start the game for whatever reason,” Desert Oasis coach Scott Staudinger said. “They just took it to us (early). We seemed a step slow on everything.”

Jossaiah Raval had an interception return for a touchdown as part of the strong second half. Also, Trevon Barnes had a touchdown reception.

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