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RC commits 9 turnovers, shut out by Denair

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POSTED October 8, 2016 1:38 a.m.

DENAIR — Ripon Christian followed a breakthrough effort for the offense with one it would like to soon forget Friday night.
The Knights committed nine turnovers, seven of them interceptions, and the defense surrendered 370 yards what culminated in a lopsided 32-0 triumph for Denair.
The host Coyotes (2-1 Southern League, 4-2 overall) had a sterling performance from all-purpose athlete Brenden Curnow, who rushed for 124 yards and accounted for three interceptions on defense — the last of which was returned 70 yards for the game’s final points late in the fourth quarter.
Justin Steeley contributed 100 rushing yards, two touchdowns and a pick. Denair totaled 307 yards on the ground.
Kyle Prock connected with 6-foot-5 tight end Dylan Mann for a 44-yard touchdown with 4:31 left in the opening period, and the Coyotes, who failed on the conversion run, carried the 6-0 lead into halftime. Steeley widened the lead with his second-half touchdown runs, and Denair broke it open from there with a 20-point outburst in the fourth quarter.
Ripon Christian (1-2, 2-4) racked up 246 yards of offense and never punted. It had a first-and-goal situation on the 5 at one point in the second half but was kept out of the end zone.
Running back Michael Kamps was held to 68 yards on 33 carries. Mark Ozenbaugh finished with 112 yards on 14-of-33 passing.

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