High School Football:
Valley 60, Sunrise Mountain 16
October 22, 2010
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Score By Quarters
|VALL||Brian Brunson 6 rush (Levi Lawrence kick)||0||7|
|SUNMT||DeMarcus McCullum 11 rush (DeMarcus McCullum rush)||8||7|
|VALL||Anthony Sanders 7 rush (pass failed)||8||13|
|VALL||Brian Brunson 9 rush (kick failed)||8||19|
|VALL||Koami Attila 10 rush (Levi Lawrence kick)||8||26|
|VALL||Rashad Richardson 6 pass (kick failed)||8||32|
|SUNMT||Damon Burton 3 rush (Cody Trapp pass from Chris Moore)||16||32|
|VALL||Royce Finley 32 pass from Anthony Sanders (Bryon Peeples rush)||16||40|
|VALL||Koami Attila 54 rush (Levi Lawrence kick)||16||47|
|VALL||Erik Edmonds 73 pass from Anthony Sanders (Levi Lawrence kick)||16||54|
|VALL||Royce Finley 5 pass from Kennedy Williams (kick failed)||16||60|
|Passing (comp-att-yds)||7-12-99 (1 INT)||4-10-128|
- Sunrise Mountain: DeMarcus McCullum 5/6 (1 TD), Damon Burton 15/40 (1 TD), Chris Moore 2/-3, Frank Randell 6/10, Alex Bravo 5/5.
- Valley: Anthony Sanders 4/49 (1 TD), Koami Attila 12/218 (2 TDs), Brian Brunson 5/26 (2 TDs), Royce Finley 1/32, Rashad Richardson 1/10, Kennedy Williams 4/44, Jarad Merrick 6/41, Bryon Peeples 2/12.
- Sunrise Mountain: Chris Moore 7-12-99 (1 INT).
- Valley: Anthony Sanders 4-10-128 (3 TD), Kennedy Williams 1-1-5 (1 TD).
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