High School Football:
Basic 48, Boulder City 20
August 29, 2008
|BASI||Anthony Ireland 1 rush (Billy Weathers kick)||0||7|
|BASI||Justin Burdno 22 interception return (Billy Weathers kick)||0||14|
|BASI||Justin Burdno 48 interception return (kick failed)||0||20|
|BASI||Justin Burdno 12 pass from Robby Faiman (Billy Weathers kick)||0||27|
|BCIT||Jeremy Smith 32 rush (kick failed)||6||27|
|BASI||Robby Faiman 30 rush||6||34|
|BCIT||Alex Dillon 68 fumble return (Jake Phillips kick)||13||34|
|BASI||Anthony Ireland 1 rush (Billy Weathers kick)||13||41|
|BCIT||Jeremy Smith 48 fumble return (Jake Phillips kick)||20||41|
|BASI||Edward Villaros 17 pass from Tyler Dobbins (Billy Weathers kick)||20||48|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||6-14-42 (3 INT)||10-14-131|
- Boulder City: Jarred Mantia 2/10, Ryan Washburn 6/22, Steven Kaposta 4/7, Spencer Sasarita 5/39, Joey Western 1/1, Jake Phillips 11/-2, Jeremy Smith 6/61.
- Basic: Robby Faiman 9/81 (1 TD), Anthony Ireland 3/2 (2 TDs), Tyler Dobbins 1/5, Justin Burdno 2/27, Anthany Lessier 2/33, Austin Davis 2/15, Martell Walker 1/5, Charles Phillips 7/15, Julian Diaz 1/11.
- Boulder City: Ryan Washburn 3-6-22, Jake Phillips 3-8-20 (3 INTs).
- Basic: Robby Faiman 9-12-114 (1 TD), Tyler Dobbins 1-2-17 (1 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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