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Balanced attack helps Canyon Springs to homecoming win against Valley

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Canyon Springs running back Donnel Pumphrey is lifted into the air by lineman Alonzo Pittman after a touchdown run against Valley Friday, Oct. 19, 2012 at Canyon Springs. Canyon Springs won the game 46-0.

The Canyon Springs High football team extended its winning streak to three games Friday with a crushing 46-0 victory against visiting Valley, improving to 5-2 overall.

The Pioneers saved one of their best performances of the season for homecoming, showing a balanced offense and dominating defense.

Diamante Luna started it off with an interception return for a touchdown. Donnel Pumphrey followed with a 47 yard touchdown run. Canyon Springs quarterback Stevie Farmer was deadly accurate and threw four touchdown passes.

The Pioneers travel to Green Valley High School Thursday night for a crucial matchup.

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