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Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 | 11:06 p.m.
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Iquan Corsey passed for 107 yards and three touchdowns today for the Desert Pines High football team in a 40-14 victory against visiting Bonanza.
“I challenged our kids at halftime and they stepped up,” Desert Pines coach Tico Rodriguez said. “We are playing a lot of sophomores. It’s a young team and it was gut-check for them. They definitely came out in the second half and played better.”
Eric Wilkes carried the ball 14 times for 50 yards with two touchdowns, while Tim Hough caught seven passes for 72 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Malik Davis had 107 total yards and a receiving touchdown.
Next week, Desert Pines (4-0) opens league play in the Division I-A. Beating higher-classification opponents in the past two games has been a confidence-builder. Last week, Desert Pines easily handled Valley.
“Bonanza was big up front and had playmakers. It was a good test for us,” Rodriguez said.