Clovis High and quarterback Payton Mayer endured some tough times during the 2017 regular season, averaging 22 points per game including a 14-13 loss Sept. 1 versus Turlock. But the Cougars showed off their firepower to open the Central Section Division I playoffs, as Mayer threw seven touchdowns and Clovis eliminated Ridgeview 49-39 on Thursday, Nov. 9, at Lamonica Stadium.
Clovis High and quarterback Payton Mayer endured some tough times during the 2017 regular season, averaging 22 points per game including a 14-13 loss Sept. 1 versus Turlock. But the Cougars showed off their firepower to open the Central Section Division I playoffs, as Mayer threw seven touchdowns and Clovis eliminated Ridgeview 49-39 on Thursday, Nov. 9, at Lamonica Stadium. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Clovis High and quarterback Payton Mayer endured some tough times during the 2017 regular season, averaging 22 points per game including a 14-13 loss Sept. 1 versus Turlock. But the Cougars showed off their firepower to open the Central Section Division I playoffs, as Mayer threw seven touchdowns and Clovis eliminated Ridgeview 49-39 on Thursday, Nov. 9, at Lamonica Stadium. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Clovis QB throws 7 TDs as offense awakens. Can you say dark horse in D-I playoffs?

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