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6 [ Superior Sun www.copperarea.com Oct. 18, 2017 Sat., Oct. 28, 7 p.m. SHS Football Schedule & Record Superior 34, Trivium Prep Academy 26 Superior 64, Anthem Prep 6 Superior 60, Duncan High School 6 Superior 60, Thomas High School 0 Superior 38, Hayden High School 0 Superior 44, Ray High School 0 Superior q 6, Mogollon High School 43 Superior 56, NFLYet 8 OMYA Arizona, Inc. Superior, AZ Manufacturer of Food and Pharmaceutical Calcium Carbonate Products GOOD LUCK, PANTHERS! MERY PERLITE USA, INC. 689-5723 Good, LacE, Pam.he ! For carryout orders, call: 520-689-0159 520-689-0168 Edwardo's Pizzeria, LLC Arizona's "Superior" Pizza 433 W. Hwy. 60, Superior, AZ Open 7 days a week 701 Belmont Ave Superior 689-2628 Eva B. Encinas, Proprietor of Superior Sclve Money Market 1 99 Lobb Ave. 420 W. Main, Superior, AZ 689-5752 689-2265 www.Superior-Arizona.com Your Hometown Grocer Cobre Valley Institute of Technology www.facebook.com/cvitAZ 1 928-425-9654 835 Hwy 60 689-5465 DALLY SPECIALS By Andrew Luberda Copper Area News After its first loss of the season at Mogollon a week ago, the Superior football team looked like the state champion- ship contender it is last Friday, defeating visiting NFL Yet Academy, 56 - 8. Junior quarterback Steven Ybarra threw for four touch- downs and rushed for three more in the lopsided victory on Senior Night. "We came out a little fiat and our offense had some trouble executing in the first quarter," Superior head coach Ryan Palmer said after the game. "By the end of the second quarter we were rolling and playing at a high level." Ybarra finished 15-of-25 passing for 315 yards in addition to rushing for lO9 yards on 19 carries. Matthew Diaz-Gon- zales, a freshman, a~counted for the only other Panthers' touchdown. He rushed for 36 yards on just four carries. Junior receiver Cedric Mendoza caught eight passes for 159 and a touchdown. Jared Moreno, another junior, had totaled lo7 receiving yards on four receptions with two touchdowns. Freshman Adam Navarrette also had a touchdown grab, one of his three catches in the game. Ybarra didn't just star on offense, the junior led the Panthers' defense with 13 tackles and also picked off four TARGET: Newspapers Radio Television