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kickoff 2014:

Pahrump scores 40 unanswered to open game, overwhelms Bonanza

2014 High School Football

Sam Morris / Las Vegas Sun

From left, Pahrump Valley High School football players Jace Clayton, Sam Tuscnak and Jeremiah England July 21, 2014.

Jeremiah England had two rushing and one receiving touchdowns today for the Pahrump Valley High football team in a 40-7 victory against visiting Bonanza.

Keenan Harris started the scoring in the first quarter with a 53-yard touchdown run, helping the Trojans score 40 unanswered points to open the game.

They are one of two Division I-A teams to beat a high-classification opponent tonight in the initial week of games. Desert Pines was the other, beating Desert Oasis.

“It’s obviously a huge momentum builder for our kids to start the season like this,” Pahrump coach Joe Clayton said.

Quarterback T.J. Milk threw a touchdown pass, Tom Gascoigne had a 12-yard scoring run and Devlin Dillon scored on a 25-yard run.

It was a perfect way to start the season, especially playing so well at home.

“We played in front of a huge crowd,” Clayton said.

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