9/13/2010 10:37:00 AM Bradshaw Mountain tops Prescott High for second straight season
Bradshaw Mountain’s James Reyes, left, pulls down the ball as Prescott High’s Dustin Burger, right, and Reed Chiappetti defend at BMHS on Friday. Bradshaw Mountain won 49-6.
Photo courtesy Matt Hinshaw
Bradshaw Mountain’s Tyler Audsley drops back in the pocket versus visiting Prescott High on Friday.
Photo courtesy Matt Hinshaw
Box Score Bradshaw Mountain 49 Prescott High 6 PHS 0 0 0 6 - 6 BMHS 28 14 7 0 - 49 1st Quarter B-Audsley 1-yard run, XP Good (10:18) B-Audsley 2-yard pass to Reyes, XP Good (8:39) B-Kelley 11-yard run, XP Good (7:03) B-Audsley 41-yard run, XP Good (1:36) 2nd Quarter B-Audsley 41-yard pass to Reyes, XP Good (2:06) B-Rosas 1-yard run, XP Good (3:20) 3rd Quarter B-Shon Do 4-yard run, XP Good (5:54) 4th Quarter P-Johnson 12-yard run, XP No Good (4:19) First downs -- P 7 B 16 Total Yards -- P 208 B 318 Rushes/Yards -- P 36/176 B 30/182 Passing -- P 32 B 136 Comp-att-int P 1-5-2 B 6-10-0 Fumbles-lost P 6-2 B 1-0 Penalties/Yards P 13-114 B 10-90 Individual Stats Rushing-Bradshaw Do 8-67, Prescott-Wright 9-46 Passing-Bradshaw Audsley 6-10-0-136 , Prescott Johnson 1-3-1-32 Missed Field Goals-- none Prescott High's reign against Bradshaw Mountain is officially over. The Bears defeated the Badgers for the third time in the last four years, dominating their cross-town rival 49-6 Friday night. "Normally in a big rivalry game it doesn't happen that way," Bradshaw Mountain coach Chuck Apap said. "Our kids are hitting on all cylinders right now." Prescott High's impressive track record against the Red and Black has taken a turn for the worse. "Not only has Prescott Valley grown, but we are getting a lot of talent," BMHS fullback and linebacker Andy Rosas said. The win marked the first time the Bears beat the Badgers in Prescott Valley. No. 6 Bradshaw (3-0) started out hot. The Bears scored on their firstfive possessions of the game as quarterback Tyler Audsley had his way with the Badger defense. BMHS took an early 7-0 lead after Audsley capped off a five-play, 68-yard drive with a quarterback sneak up the middle. The junior quarterback came right back the very next possession and connected with his favorite target, James Reyes, in the back of the end zone for a two-yard score. Reyes and Audsley hooked up for two touchdowns in the first half. The second gave the Bears a 35-0 lead with 2:00 remaining. Audsley finished the game 6-for-10 passing for 136 yards and two touchdowns. He also had three carries for 42 yards along with two scores on the ground. Reyes had six catches for 109 yards. Both players were taken out of the game early in the second half. BMHS led 42-0 at the break. PHS struggled on offense throughout the game, partially due to its starting quarterback and running back being suspended for disciplinary reasons. In total, four starters where held out of the first quarter of Friday's game. Brad Hall filled in for Cole Johnson at quarterback and August Acklin started for Reese Hinton at running back. But even when Prescott High's starters returned to the game, its offense still couldn't get anything going. The Badgers (0-2) failed to complete a pass in the first half, threw two interceptions and fumbled five times. "It's a very tough loss. I've never lost like this," Prescott High coach Lou Beneitone said. "We just didn't come out ready to play." PHS finished with 208 yards of total offense, with most of it coming in the second half. The Bears had 318 yards of offense. Penalties also hurt the Badgers. Prescott High had 13 penalties, including six personal fouls for 114 yards. "That's the part I didn't like," Apap said. "I think it was frustration." Bradshaw Mountain had 10 penalties for 90 yards. The Badgers finally found the end zone with 4:19 remaining in the fourth quarter. Johnson scored on a 12-yard run, capping off a 12-play 95-yard drive. PHS failed to convert the extra point. The Bears couldn't be happier with their performance Friday and will head into next week thinking about one thing; their match up against No. 2 Cottonwood Mingus. Mingus defeated Prescott 40-6.
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