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Coyote's ugly in Boise

Friday, June 5th
Coyote's ugly in Boise

For the second straight week it was Terrance Sanders electrifying the crowd and changing the momentum of the game as the Boise Burn improve to 8-2 with an impressive 67-48 victory over West division rival Central Valley. The Burn opened the game with a 4 down defensive stop of the Coyotes and the offense responded with a Taylor Tharp 9 yard run (missed P.A.T.) and the early 6-0 lead. The Coyotes took their first and only lead of the night on a Phil Goodman 4 yard TD run putting the Coyotes up 7-6. The lead was short lived thanks to Terrance Sanders who returned the ensuing kickoff 56 yards for a TD, his league best 6th of the year, giving Boise the 13-7 lead. Ryan O?Hara connected with John Roberson on a 41 yard TD tying the game at 13 after the first quarter. Boise outscored the Coyote?s 27-7 in the second quarter. Damian Walker (Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Game) gave this team the lead for good with a yard run. On the ensuing kick off, Ernie James had a net recovery for TD and making the lead 27-13. Roberson, second TD of the game, an 18 yard pass from O?Hara, cut the lead to 7, but a pair of former Coyotes put the lead out of reach. Walker scored his second TD from 3 yards out and Jomo Wilson took a screen pass and took it 16 yards for the score and the 40-20 lead at the half. Central Valley outscored Boise 28-27 in the second half, but it was Walker who capped off a career night in the final 30 minutes of play. Walker scored on a 1 yard TD run in the 3rd quarter and a 2 yarder in the 4th giving him 4 TD?s on the night and 9 on the season. Walker?s career night took the pressure of QB Taylor Tharp who was held to 155 yards through the air and 3 TD?s thanks to a bruised thumb. Boise (8-2) hits the road next Saturday to take on the Tri-Cities Fever at the Toyota Center in Kennewick, WA. The Burn are 2-0 vs. the Fever this season and leads the overall series 5-2. Kick off is at 8:00pm (MT). Game Notes: Jerard Rabb?s 5 yd TD in the 3rd quarter earned him Big Game Catch of the Game honors. Rabb finished with 5 catches for 75 yards and 2 TD?s. Levi Madarieta recorded his 6th interception of the season, tying Teammate Terrance Sanders for the team lead. With their 8th win, Boise ties a season high in wins with 6 games left to play. Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score Central Valley Coyotes 13 7 8 20 48 Record: (3-7) Boise Burn 13 27 20 7 67 Record: (8-2) LEADERS: PASSING: THARP, Taylor (BOI) 17-20-0 155 yards 3 TD?s; O?Hara, Ryan (CVC) 31-50-1 7 TD?s RECEIVING: WILSON, Jomo (BOI) 9-49 1 TD; JONES, Lamonte (CVC) 9-97 2 TD?s Russell Athletic Offensive Player of the Game: Damian Walker JLS Ironman of the Game: Terrance Sanders Aaron?s Defensive Player of the Game: Levi Madarieta Big Game Catch of the Game: Jerard Rabb Nifty Big Hit of the Game: Levi Madarieta

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