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Corona's junior quarterback, Robert Webber, completed 16 of 23 passes for 259 yards and one touchdown.
Corona's junior quarterback, Robert Webber, completed 16 of 23 passes for 259 yards and one touchdown.
With two defenders on him, Su'a was unable to bring in the catch for the 2 point conversion and the Huskies indeed held on for the win, 30-28.
With two defenders on him, Su'a was unable to bring in the catch for the 2 point conversion and the Huskies indeed held on for the win, 30-28.
A 47-yard field goal by Rigo Luna proved to be the game winner with 3:36 left in the game.
A 47-yard field goal by Rigo Luna proved to be the game winner with 3:36 left in the game.
Su'a Cravens, the Gatorade state player of the year, leaps into the endzone on a comeback charge for the final drive of the game that put the Broncos within 2 points of the Huskies.
Su'a Cravens, the Gatorade state player of the year, leaps into the endzone on a comeback charge for the final drive of the game that put the Broncos ...
Cravens, a USC commit, did his best at the end and though the final scoring attempt for him didn't go his way...this prep standout has a bright future ahead of him.
Cravens, a USC commit, did his best at the end and though the final scoring attempt for him didn't go his way...this prep standout has a bright future...
The Broncos were stunned at the last second as Centennial pulled out a 30-28 victory for their seventh title in the last 12 years.
The Broncos were stunned at the last second as Centennial pulled out a 30-28 victory for their seventh title in the last 12 years.

Corona Centennial wins CIF Football Championship, beats Vista Murrieta 30-28


Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Issue 48, Volume 16.
JP Raineri
Staff Writer / Multimedia Editor


Corona Centennial pulled out a 30-28 victory in the rain, during Friday nights Inland Division championship game, which was televised on Fox Sports West. Centennial's defense came through in the clutch, producing four turnovers when the Broncos had the ball inside the 15-yard line.

The first half ended in a 14-14 tie, but it was more about the missed scoring opportunities for Vista Murrieta that really had the VMHS home crowd begging for the Broncos to come from behind and fight their way back to a victory for the second straight year.

The Huskies, Bezhawn Hill, had an interception at the nine-yard line and Marquis Perkins had an interception at the goal line to stop Vista Murrieta drives. The Broncos missed an 18-yard field-goal attempt and then, in the third quarter, Corona Centennial's Jihree Stewart came up with an interception at the goal line.

Vista Murrieta scored with 1:18 left in the 4th Quarter on a 14-yard touchdown run by Su'a Cravens and with the Broncos down by 2, they once again went to Su'a, but this time in the air for the 2 point conversion. With two defenders on him, Su'a was unable to bring in the catch and the Huskies indeed held on for the win, 30-28.


 

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