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10/12/2012 11:24:00 PM
Cougars 30, Scorpions 39
Loss puts Chino at 1-7 on the year
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Cougar Jake Clawson tries to break through two Scorpion defenders during Friday nights 30-39 loss at home.
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Cougar Jake Clawson tries to break through two Scorpion defenders during Friday nights 30-39 loss at home.
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Dominic Gazda pulls down a pass during the Cougars 30-39 loss against Red Rock Friday night. CVHS was ahead 14-12 with only minutes left in the first half, but turnovers by the Cougar offense throughout the game allowed the Scorpions to take control.
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Dominic Gazda pulls down a pass during the Cougars 30-39 loss against Red Rock Friday night. CVHS was ahead 14-12 with only minutes left in the first half, but turnovers by the Cougar offense throughout the game allowed the Scorpions to take control.
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Chino Valley suffered another frustrating loss on Friday night, falling to the Scorpions of Red Rock 30-39. Turnovers and penalties continue to plague CVHS who face River Valley on the road next week.
Matt Santos
Reporter

Chino Valley suffered another frustrating loss on Friday night, falling to the Scorpions of Red Rock 30-39.

"We had some really good moments tonight, but it just seems that we'll go seven or eight minutes where we just give them the game," said Cougar head coach Chuck Apap. "We have to play hard the whole game and we just aren't doing that."

Turnovers and penalties continue to plague CVHS, who now stand at 1-7 on the season as they get ready to face River Valley on the road next week.

See next week's Review for the story.



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