Bundrick’s 4 TDs leads Bears over Flagstaff in region opener
FLAGSTAFF – Quarterback Gunner Bundrick passed for two touchdowns, ran for two more and the Bradshaw Mountain football team outscored the Eagles 21-0 in the second half to open Grand Canyon region play with a 28-7 win over Flagstaff on Friday night.
Bundrick passed for 243 yards and rushed for 65, while Ryan Shaver had 100 yards receiving and a touchdown for the Bears, which bounced back after a 53-33 loss to Marcos de Niza one week ago.
Defensively, Tim Young recorded 10 tackles and two sacks for the Bears, while Jacob Walker had nine tackles. Luke Huenemeyer added eight tackles and one sack.
The Bears have allowed 32.8 points per game defensively this season, but surrendered just seven points Friday night against a Flagstaff squad that average a tick over 36 points per night offensively.
Bradshaw Mountain (3-2, 1-0 4A Grand Canyon) returns home to host Mingus on Friday, Sept. 30. The Marauders beat Mohave 42-10 on Friday night and have won three straight.
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
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