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Lee Williams Remains Atop The Grand Canyon Region With A 58-13 Win Over Flagstaff Friday

The Flagstaff Eagles got off to a fast start, putting Grand Canyon Region-leading Lee Williams on its heels, but the Volunteers regrouped and was able to dispatch the Eagles, 58-13, Friday night in the Skydome. Flagstaff got on the board on its second offensive play when sophomore quarterback Chase Brown hit wide receiver Michael Nielson for a 78-yard touchdown pass to go up 6-0. The Volunteers would score 15 unanswered points to go up 15-6 when Tyler McGill returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown to get Flagstaff to within two, 15-13 in the second quarter. However, Lee Williams would score the next 43 unanswered points to win 58-13, and get one step closer to the school’s first-ever Grand Canyon Region title in football. The Vols were led by senior quarterback Noah Petrauschke, who was 15-for-20 for 301 yards passing and four touchdowns. He also had 67 yards and two touchdowns on the night. Brown was 14-for-20 for 233 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions for Flagstaff. Junior running back Jaden Wetzel rushed for 66 yards in the game for the Eagles. He is 12 yards shy of 1,000-yards on the season. Lee Williams will head to Mingus to take on the Marauders this week, while Flagstaff will head to Bradshaw Mountain to take on the Bears Friday.



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