HS Football: Vista Murrieta Powers Past Chaparral 41-10

Khalil Shakir Scores Three Touchdowns & Runs for 179 yards on Just Eight Carries

Broncos running back Khalil Shakir was a one man wrecking crew against the Pumas Friday night. The senior ran for 179 yards on eight carries and scored three touchdowns as Vista Murrieta ran away with a 41-10 victory.

Turnovers killed any chance Chaparral had. A fumble on the Pumas first possession led to Shakir’s first touchdown. He took off 33 yards into the end zone on the Broncos first play, He would score again later in the first quarter on a 49 yards scamper to give the Broncos a 14-0 first quarter lead.

The Broncos made it look easy. In the second quarter, Vista Murrieta drove 80 yards in six plays. They scored on quarterback sophomore Robert Coleman’s 1 yard keeper for the touchdown run to make it 21-0.

Vista Murrieta defensive back Myles Martin stepped in front of Chaparral quarterback Trillion Harris for an interception, He took the ball 66 yards into the end zone for a for a touchdown to give the Broncos a 28-0 lead. It was Harris’ second pick of the night, Earlier,the Broncos Hayden Glynn intercepted a Puma pass in the end zone.

Alec Fonseca nailed a 37-yard field goal for Chaparral. The Broncos were not finished scoring in the half, Coleman hit Hunter Escorcia with a 42 yard pass at the end of the half to make it 34-3.

Shakir scored again on a 92 yard run in the third quarter. The Pumas scores again in the final quarter when second string quarterback Orlando Ornelas completed a 8 yard pass to Dawson Fitzgerald.

Coleman completed 6 of 11passes for 168 yards for Vista Murrieta. De’vion ndSneed caught 2 passes for 90 yards and Hunter Escorcia gabbed 2 for 81.

For Chaparral, Harris was 5 for 11 with 71 yards. Elgin Vasquez gained 95 yards on 16 carries while Justin Manqueros touched the ball 9 times for 56 yards.

Chaparral will be home to face off against Murrieta Mesa next week. The Rams were victorious over Great Oak last night. The Broncos have a home game against Temecula Valley.

Photos by John Carpenter