High School Football:
Canyon Springs 63, Chaparral 18
September 16, 2010
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Score By Quarters
|CHAP||Corey Hockin 17 pass from Jacob Barr (kick failed)||0||6|
|CSPR||Malik Brown 4 rush (James Jones kick)||7||6|
|CSPR||Corey Esco 35 interception return (kick failed)||13||6|
|CSPR||Marquon Webster 25 interception return (kick failed)||19||6|
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 26 field goal||22||6|
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 87 rush (Cliff Smith 3 pass from D'Vante Howard)||30||6|
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 66 pass from D'Vante Howard (kick failed)||36||6|
|CHAP||Corey Hockin 54 pass from Jacob Barr (pass failed)||36||12|
|CHAP||Corey Hockin 51 interception return (pass failed)||36||18|
|CSPR||Malik Brown 1 rush (Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey kick)||43||18|
|CSPR||Trey Evans 48 pass from Jamaal Martin (kick failed)||49||18|
|CSPR||Isiah Charles 5 pass from Jamaal Martin (Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey kick)||56||18|
|CSPR||Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey 59 rush (Donnel "D.J." Pumphrey kick)||63||18|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||5-14-129 (2 INT)||9-29-198 (3 INT)|
- Canyon Springs: Donnel Pumphrey 10/198 (2 TDs), Jamaal Martin 3/5, Malik Brown 12/155 (2 TDs), Trey Evans 1/9, D'Vante Howard 2/-8, Eric Williams 6/97, Marquon Webster 10/68, Tariq Mccoy 2/17.
- Chaparral: Jacob Barr 4/-1, Thegenus Karlventz 6/7, Antonio Thomas 12/42.
- Canyon Springs: Jamaal Martin 3-7-59 (2 TD), D'Vante Howard 2-7-70 (1 TD, 2 INTs).
- Chaparral: Jacob Barr 9-29-198 (2 TD, 3 INTs).
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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