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Badgers Down Lee Williams 48-7

26 October 2019  

Bradshaw Mountain handles Mohave, Chino Valley falls

Sylas Espitia ran for two scores and quarterback Dellin Boyd help account for three as the Prescott Badgers beat the Lee Williams Volunteers 48-7 in Kingman last night.

The Badgers had a lackluster first quarter, falling behind 7-0 on a Devean Santos 14 yard touchdown pass to Kameron Toms with 3:35 to play in the opening quarter.

The second quarter saw the Badgers wake up from their momentary slumber, exploding for 28 points. Prescott put up their first two touchdowns in less than two minutes. First score came on a Sylas Espitia 2 yard run. The second, when Colby Macbeth pulled in a Dellin Boyd pass weaving his way into the end zone. That score was setup by an Aaron Greene’s fumble recovery at the Lee Williams 19.

The Badgers went up 21-7 with 5:11 left in the half when Boyd hit Brayden Nelson who made an over the shoulder catch in the end zone. Nathan Wright scored the final TD of the half on a 12 yard scamper. 

Prescott leading 28-7, added two more touchdowns in the third quarter. The first came on a 22 yard run by Dellin Boyd. The second was setup by a blocked punt by Luke Macauslin, giving Prescott the ball at the Lee Williams 15. Two plays later Sylas Espitia scored his second touchdown on a 5 yard run.

Rylan Waples added the exclamation point on the night, with a great run from 13 yards out.  Kicker Clay Gross had a good night making six of seven extra points. Gross was effective on kickoffs, nearly all accounting for touchbacks, and his punts flipped the field, a big advantage for the Badgers.

Prescott improves to (4-1) in the Grand Canyon Region, and (6-3) overall. Lee Williams falls to (1-4) and (3-5).

Next up, the regular season finale with Mingus. The game will be in Cottonwood, next Fricay at 7pm.

Score by Quarters - 1   2   3   4 - T
Prescott                    0 28 13   7 - 48
Lee  Williams            7   0   0   0 -  7

Scoring Summary
LW-Toms 14 yard pass from Santos (Santos kick)
P-Espitia 2 yard run (Gross kick)
P-Macbeth 19 yard pass from Boyd (Gross kick)
P-Nelson 24 yard pass from Boyd (Gross kick)
P-Wright 12 yard run (Gross kick)
P-Boyd 22 yard run (Gross kick)
P-Espitia 5 yard run Kick failed)
P-Waples 13 yard run (Gross kick)

Grand Canyon Region Standings
School                       W-L       W-L
Coconino                   5-0        8-1
Prescott                     4-1        6-3
Flagstaff                    3-2        6-3
Bradshaw Mountain  3-3       5-5
Mohave                       1-4       3-5
Mingus                        0-5       0-9

Bradshaw Mountain Bears 55, Mohave Thunderbirds 28

The Bears closed out their season on a high note by beating the Thunderbirds 55-28 at Mohave.

The Bears had to go back to early season starting quarterback Josh Grant, after Moises Hernandez went down in the second quarter. At that point, Bradshaw Mountain led 6-0. Grant came in and took care of business, throwing for a season high 340 yards and 5 touchdowns. Alex Cabral caught the bulk of Grant’s passes, accounting for 4 of the touchdowns.

Ryan Porter had 33 carries for 272 yards and one touchdown, and Dylan Barela scored 3 touchdowns on just 7 carries and 102 yards for the Thunderbirds.

Bradshaw Mountain used a 21 point second quarter to break the game open to lead 27-0 at the half. Mohave, after trailing 41-7 after three quarters put up some numbers, but it was too little to late.

The Bears finish the season with two wins and end up (3-3) in the Grand Canyon Tegion, and (5-5) overall. Mohave, losers of three in a row, is (2-3), and (3-6), will host Lee Williams next Friday at 7pm.

Score by Quarters -    1    2    3    4  -  T
Bradshaw Mountain    6  21  14   14  - 55
Mohave                         0   0    7   21  - 28

River Valley Dust Devils 33, Chino Valley Cougars 20

The Cougars fell 33-20 to visiting River Valley, on Senior Night at Chino Valley High School.

Trailing 7-0 after the first quarter, Chino Valley got on the board on an 18 yard run by Jayden Smith. The two point conversion failed, leaving the home down 7-6.
Zach Hammett’s 6 yard run out the Dust Devils up 14-6 heading into halftime.

Down 24-6 near the end of the third quarter, Dante Debono ran a kickoff back to make it 24-12. 

A River Valley 38 yard field goal, followed by a Seth Christy 5 yard run, put the Dust Devils ahead 33-12. The Cougars were able to get one final score for the Senior Night crowd, on a 65 yard pass from Smith to J.R. Willingham. Debono caught the two point conversion pass to make the final 33-20.

River Valley improves to (2-1) in the 3A West Region, and (6-2) overall. The Cougars drop to (0-4), and (2-8).

Chino Valley will play their final game of the season at Northwest Christian, next a Friday at 7pm.

Score by Quarters -  1    2    3    4  -  T
River Valley                7    7   10    9 - 33
Chino Valley               0    6    6     8 - 20

Friday Night Scores
Blue Ridge 62, Holbrook 32
Buckeye 40, Youngker 12
Cactus 53, Coconino 14
Cactus Shadows 34, Desert Mountain 10
Central 36, Sierra Linda 18
Desert Edge 42, Deer Valley 19
Dysart 55, Cortez 12
Flagstaff 45, Mingus 2
Gila Ridge 28, Estrella Foothills 26
Glendale 50, Apache Junction 42
Greenway 13, Tempe 12
Payson 28, Winslow 21
Peoria 42, Lake Havasu 14
Poston Butte 40, Arcadia 14
Saguaro 66, Seton Catholic 0
Sahuaro 34, Casa Grande 13
Salpointe Catholic 49, Catalina Foothills 0
Snowflake 24, Show Low 14
Thunderbird 29, Shadow Mountain 14
Trivium Prep 56, Camp Verde 48
Valley Lutheran 44, Sedona Red Rock 22



Ron Williams

Ron Williams is the advisor, broadcaster, and sportswriter for the BBN, Badger Broadcasting Network. The BBN is a community club for high school students enrolled in the Prescott Unified School District.