Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 | 11:41 p.m.
Eldorado quarterback Deven Dabbs tossed four touchdowns to lead the Sundevils to their second straight win.
Dabbs completed 10-of-18 passes for 224 yards and no interceptions in Eldorado’s 32-12 blowout win over Valley on Friday night.
“Valley came out and scored first, so our guys had to respond,” Eldorado coach Robert Cutts said. “Dabbs had to take over. He is our leadership guy and he took the game over like we know he can.”
With the Vikings double-covering star receiver Shane Barnes throughout the game, Dabbs had to look elsewhere, and senior Carl Crayon stepped up big.
Crayon finished the game with 170 receiving yards and three touchdown catches despite entering the game with no multiple-touchdown games in his career.
“He is one of my captains and one of my hardest workers,” Cutts said. “He’s that guy that I can always rely on.”
After losing three straight games to open the season, the Sundevils now enter league play on a winning streak, and Cutts knows how important that can be.
“Momentum is a funny thing,” Cutts said. “Hopefully our guys can capitalize on it. It normally only takes one win in league to get you to the playoffs, and that is our ultimate goal — to get our seniors another game or two.”