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ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Cienega fumbled away the football on their first play of the game Friday night against Ironwood Ridge.

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Junior quarterback Jamarye Joiner lit up the sky throwing four touchdown passes, three to senior Breaben Bolton as the Bobcats built a 28-14 first half lead on the Nighthawks and rolled in the second half to a 52-27 win.

#2 Cienega (9-0) has won 12 straight games dating back to last season.

After Ironwood Ridge (7-2) cut their deficit to 28-27 on a one-yard touchdown run by Nick Brahler late in the 3rd quarter, the Bobcats ran off 24 straight points to win for the eighth times this season by a score of 25 points or more.

Joiner threw for 223 yards. He lone other score was an 11-yard strike to Terrell Hayward.

Bolton had a big night with 181 yards on six catches. Dakota Poe ran for a pair of scores for Cienega while Sa Vaughn Bryant-Carter added the final tally of the night.

Nick Brahler started at running back for Ironwood Ridge in place of injured senior Soma Helu. Helu is out for the season with a broken bone in his leg. 

Brahler ran for 233 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns. Quarterback Cole Gerken and sophomore running back Nathan Grijalva also added rushing scores.

The Bobcats will travel to Mountain View for their regular season finale next Friday night looking for their first undefeated regular season since the 2011 team that advance to the Division II state championship game.

Ironwood Ridge wraps up the regular season next week at Sahuaro.

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