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The Broncos Harvest Farmerville, 63-0

Bronco Football LogoOur scheduled game at Yerington was dropped as the Lions have Covid issues. Thanks to Farmersville for inviting us over for a Friday night football game.

Senior Quarterback Jakob Redmond had a very efficient night connecting on 10 of 11 passes for 153 yards and 3 scores. Redmond also rushed for 3 additional scores. Redmond distributed the ball well connecting with 7 different receivers.

Senior running back Zach Mojarro had another impressive night with over 100 total yards and two more scores. One rushing and one receiving. The defense turned in their first shutout of the season recording 7 tackles for a loss and 4 sacks

. Junior Reece Dondero had another strong effort adding 2 more sacks to his season total. Cheveyo Marquez recorded a team high 7 total tackles with Senior Captain Colt Matteson right behind with 6.

All four senior captains played exceptional, JoJo Red Owl played masterfully on the offensive line as did fellow lineman and captain Michael Boothe. Senior captain Kennedy Batchelder did a great job leading the defense while logging 5 total tackles. On special teams Kicker Tristan Cooper connected on 7 of 8 PAT kicks and Junior Linebacker Cain Omohundro blocked a Farmersville punt that was returned for a score by lineman Kaelan Smith.

Next up for the Broncos is a trip to Fernley. Both JV and Varsity are scheduled to play this Friday.

– Coach Arnie Palu

Final Score 63-0

Game Stats

Season Stats

More information about Bishop Union (Bishop, CA) Boys Varsity Football can be found here: Bishop Union Boys Varsity Football Fall 21-22.

The following weekend the Broncos host Burroughs high school. Eastern Sierra NOW will have the entire game and halftime show on our YOUTUBE CHANNEL !

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