Friday's Football Rundown
The Daily Courier
Originally Published: September 6, 2008 12:20 a.m.
3AFountain Hills 20Chino Valley 0The Cougars were blanked at home Friday night to drop to 1-1 on the season."It was a bad week," Chino Valley head coach Bob David said. "We had a lot of kids sick and a lot of other things. I don't want to take anything away from Fountain Hills. They had a good gameplan and they won."It was one of those nights that makes you sick to your stomach."The Cougars travel to Tuba City next Friday.1AMayer 50Salome 0Aaron Sullivan's monster night carried the Wildcats to this running-clock win Friday night at Mathern Field on the Mayer campus.Sullivan threw two touchdown passes, rushed for two other scores and collected 20 tackles and a sack on defense.Blake Ambrose ran in from 47 yards out to make the score 44-0, at which point the game officials left the clock running.Ian Mills carried the rushing load for Mayer, carrying the ball eight times for 159 yards.The Wildcats (1-1) are off to Salt River next Friday.Williams 46Orme 23Penalties denied the Warriors a chance at starting the season 2-0 with this Friday night loss at Williams."We kept shooting ourselves in the foot with penalties. We'd drive the ball, get a personal foul, drive the ball, get a personal foul," head coach Ricardo Oliveras said."They won the game but we beat ourselves."The Warriors (1-1) host Joseph City next Friday.