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Scottsdale Prep 62, Sequoia 0

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Posted: Saturday, September 28, 2013 12:05 am

Nick Smith threw for 273 yards and seven touchdowns in the first half with three going to wide receiver Grayson Boyll, as visiting Scottsdale Prep rolled Sequoia from the get-go in a 62-0 victory.

Smith got things started by throwing a 52-yard score to Matt Munsil, then hooked up with Boyll on scoring plays of 30-yards, 8-yards and 27-yards to make the score 28-0. After Boylla took a 48-yard interception to the house, Smith found Ben McKeighan from 14 yards out to give the Spartans (3-2) a 42-0 lead before the Stallions (0-5) could blink.

When all was said and done, Smith finished 13-for-17 for 294 yards. The seven touchdowns in a half was the second time he's done so in this season, tying a Division V record.

Munsil, who had two catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns, surpassed 4,000 yards receiving in his career and extended his unofficial Arizona high school football record for career receptions to 222.

Scottsdale Prep    42  14  0   6 -- 62

Sequoia                 0    0   0   0  -- 0

First Downs: SP 17, S 4

Rushing: SP 16-106, S 19-13

Passing (Comp.-Att.-Yards-TD-INT): SP 13-17-294-7-0, S 6-12-82-0-2

Fumbles-lost: SP 0-0, S 8-4

Penalties:  SP 5-50, S 7-35

SP:  Munsil 52 pass from Nick Smith (Kamdin Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  Boyll 30 pass from Smith (Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  Boyll 8 pass from Smith (Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  Boyll 27 pass from Smith (Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  Boyll 48 INT return (Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  McKeighan 14 pass from Smith (Kaniaynar kick)

SP:  McKeighan 51 pass from Smith (Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  Munsil 56 pass from Smith (Kanikaynar kick)

SP:  McCall 18 run (kick failed)

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[Stats Courtesy of MaxPreps]