Friday, Aug. 23, 2019 | 11:08 p.m.
For one 12-minute stretch Friday night at Sierra Vista, Centennial looked like one of the best high school football teams in town.
The Bulldogs put up all their points in a 35-0 win over the Mountain Lions during a whirlwind second quarter.
“It took us a little while but we got going,” Centennial coach Dustin Forshee said.
Junior quarterback Colton Tenney paced the attack, throwing three touchdown passes — one apiece to junior Gerick Robinson, junior Matt Imhof and senior Aaron Johnson. He also finished with 190 passing yards.
Junior Tyrone McCoy finished off another Bulldogs’ drive with a touchdown run. McCoy also returned an interception for a touchdown.
“It was a lot of short fields for us thanks to our defense,” Forshee said. “We didn’t rack up a whole lot of yards, but that’s because our defense did such a great job.”