Bradshaw Mountain came down to the Valley as the # 5 team in 4AII. The majority of their success came from the strong legs of fullback Adam Beauchamp. Things looked to stay status quo as Beauchamp took off on the opening possession for a seventy plus yard TD run. Bradshaw Mountain was unable to convert the PAT making the score 6 to 0. Early in the second quarter, Agua Fria junior wingback Rajric Coleman would score the first of his three touchdowns when he took off from fourteen yards out for a score. Andrew Schoeb added the PAT giving Agua Fria a 7 to 6 lead. The score remained the same going into the half.
The second half began with Agua Fria stopping Beauchamp on a crucial 4th and 2. The Owls took the momentum and turned it into a score. A Mitch Wolfe pass to Everson Griffen for eleven yards and a pass interference call got the Owls inside the Bradshaw Mountain ten. Once again, Coleman swept left and scored. PAT good. Agua Fria 14 Bradshaw Mountain 6. In the fourth quarter, Bradshaw Mountain followed the formula that has worked all year; Run Beauchamp! Beauchamp had runs of nine and sixteen yards and finally a touchdown of six yards. The swinging gate two point conversion was no good making the score 14 to 12 Agua Fria. Agua Fria soon put some distance between themselves and the Bears. First, QB Mitch Wolfe hit Nick Martinez for a long gain to get in the Bradshaw red zone. The drive finished with Coleman again going around the left on the sweep for his third score of the night. Agua Fria scored one more in the fourth when Wolfe hit Griffen for a touchdown pass making the final 28-12 Agua Fria.
Bottom Line: Costly fumbles and penalties hurt Bradshaw Mountain all night. Agua Fria was able to capitalize on this and put together their second straight win after a tough four loss start.
Game Balls: Junior Rajric Coleman of Agua Fria built on last weeks four pick defensive performance with a three TD offensive performance this week. Adam Beauchamp of Bradshaw Mountain is a load. The 6'0 230 pound fullback had another big night rushing the ball even with everyone on the Owl defense focused on stopping him.