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The Camp Verde High School football team won its first game this season on the filed thanks to “perfect storm” of offensive and defensive execution, according to coach Jerry Rhoades.n unidentified Camp Verde player carries the ball during the game, which the Cowboys won, 39-0, on Friday, Oct. 7.

The win boosts Camp Verde’s record to 2-5. The other win was a forfeit when Arete Prep Academy was unable to field a team.

“It was just one of those nights... a perfect storm,” he said about the Cowboys’ 39-0 victory of visiting Mohave Accelerated.

It’s disconcerting for a sportswriter when he calls a football coach to talk about the game his team played the night before and he says, “I’ll tell you what, I don’t even know [the score] .... The last I saw, it was 48-6.”Camp Verde High School junior quarterback Payton Sarkesian runs the ball up the gut in a game earlier this season. The Cowboys lost 54-6 to Paradise Honors High School Saturday, Oct. 1, in Surprise.

But, Camp Verde High School coach Jerry Rhoades was simply reflecting the odd circumstances surrounding the Cowboys’ loss to Paradise Honors High School Saturday, Oct. 1, in Surprise. For the record, the score posted on maxpreps.com is 54-6.

After not winning a set in her first two matches, new Camp Verde High School head coach Britney Armstrong beat four teams in two days to finish fourth Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Spartan Classic.

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