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10/17/2012 7:56:00 AM
Red Rock Scorpions hand Chino Valley frustrating 39-30 loss
Review/Matt SantosChino Valley Cougar Jake Clawson tries to break through two Scorpion defenders during Friday night’s 39-30 loss at home.
Review/Matt Santos

Chino Valley Cougar Jake Clawson tries to break through two Scorpion defenders during Friday night’s 39-30 loss at home.
Review/Matt SantosCougar Luke Shaw brings down a pass in front of Red Rock defender Ryan Ramirez during Friday night’s game against the  Scorpions.
Review/Matt Santos

Cougar Luke Shaw brings down a pass in front of Red Rock defender Ryan Ramirez during Friday night’s game against the Scorpions.
"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. We have to play hard the whole game and we

just aren't doing that."

- Cougar head coach Chuck Apap.


Matt Santos
Reporter


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

Ahead 14-12 with only minutes left in the first half, the Cougars appeared to be on course for win number two on the season, but Red Rock reached the end zone and converted for two, entering the locker room at half time with a 20-14 lead.

Turnovers and penalties continue to plague CVHS, which now stands at 1-7 on the season. An interception returned by the Scorpions and a botched punt snap allowing Red Rock to gain control on their own two yard line resulting in another TD were key plays leading to the loss.

"Without those two mistakes, those 14 points, we have a win," said Apap. "They are a very good offensive team and we did a lot of really good things defensively. But the problem is offensively we just can't have all of these turnovers. We just can't have that. I can't say enough about that. Last week we had eight turnovers with five fumbles. I think last season I had eight all year. I'm just not used to that. We work on it and we will continue to work on it and we'll get better."

The Cougars close out their season with two road games, Friday, Oct. 19, at River Valley and Oct. 26 at Coconino, Flagstaff.



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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, November 5, 2012
Article comment by: feel for Chino

oh yes! You are used to Chuck. Seen plenty of turnovers here in PV as well and plenty of guys going in motion at the same time. Its called discipline chuck.



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