Varsity Boys Football

Gunn 41, Lincoln (SF) 6

Date of competition: Friday, September 4, 2009

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Gunn produced what might be one of its most impressive home openers in school history in its 41-6 domination of Lincoln (San Francisco) on Friday night to open the 2009 high school football season.

The Titans, under new head coach Bob Sykes, scored the first five times they touched the ball. Not since a 49-14 home-opening win over Saratoga in 2002 have the Titans looked so solid. Starting quarterback Anthony Cannon had impressive debut by throwing for three touchdowns while Maceo Parks ran for two more as Gunn started the season in emphatic fashion.

Nonleague
Lincoln (SF) 0 6 0 0 -- 6
Gunn 14 13 7 7 -- 41
G -- Zeglin 24 pass from Cannon (Blanchette kick)
G -- Parks 6 run (Blanchette kick)
L -- Beverley 9 run (run failed)
G -- Godoy 4 pass from Cannon (kick failed)
G -- Parks 18 run (Blanchette kick)
G -- Zeglin 42 pass from Cannon (Blanchette kick)
G -- Sturken 20 pass from Luskin (Blanchette kick)

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Rushing: (last name, carries-yard) cannon, 8-54
Passing: (last name, attempts-completions-interceptions-total yards) Cannon, 7-8 153 yards, 3 td
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