Tucson High School Sports

Week 6 Tucson Conquistadors High School Football Scoreboard

6A METRO

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Friday’s Finals

No. 13 Tucson, bye week
Cesar Chavez 59, North 7
Alhambra 28, Trevor G. Browne 18
Shadow Ridge 42, Maryvale 0

5A SOUTHERN

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Friday’s Finals

No. 12 Cienega 28, No. 20 Sunnyside 7

— Cienega took a 7-0 lead on a 77-yard pass from QB Luis Morales Jr. to WR Diego Rubi in the first quarter.
— Sunnyside tied the game at 7 on a 7-yard pass from QB Jonathan Lopez to TE Ruben Retina in the first quarter.
— Morales’ 14-yard scoring strike to WR Terrell Hayward put Cienega up 14-7 in the second quarter.
— Hayward increased the lead to 21-7 on a 31-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
— Rubi capped the scoring with a 78-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

No. 18 Buena 41, No. 7 Marana 28

— Marana QB Trenton Bourguet was knocked out of the game early. His brother Treyson Bourguet replaced him and finished with 255 yards passing with three TDs and two interceptions.
— Buena RB Kaleb Bryant finished with 215 yards at over 10 yards a pop. Coupled with the 99 yards gained by RB Timothy Jones, the Colts finished with over 300 yards on the ground.
— Buena QB Jovoni Borbon finished with 144 yards passing, including a 43-yard TD throw to senior WR Mandrell Garrick, who collected 109 yard through the air.

No. 21 Ironwood Ridge 39, Nogales 3

— Nogales QB Oscar Felix completed 16 of 33 passes for 166 yards.
— Ironwood Ridge’s defense held the Apaches to minus-5 yards rushing on 15 carries.
— Nogales WR Eric Montano had 10 catches for 121 yards.
— Ironwood Ridge QB Octavio Audry-Cobos had a 4-yard TD run that put the Nighthawks up 13-0 in the second quarter.
— Ironwood Ridge RB Andrew Cook’s 4-yard rushing touchdown increased the lead to 26-0 in the second quarter.
— Cook’s 30-yard scoring reception from Cail Davis put Ironwood Ridge up 33-0 at halftime.
— Nogales PK Mate Domeny made a 25-yard field goal to cut the lead to 33-3 in the third quarter.

5A SONORAN

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Friday’s Finals

No. 4 Flowing Wells 50, Empire 14

Mountain View 55, Cholla 6

— RB Aaron Logsdon had a 4-yard TD run to put the Mountain Lions up 7-0.
— TE Calib McRae had a pair of 1-yard scoring runs.
— RB Varney Larson had a touchdown run to put Mountain View up 20-0.
— QB Hayden Parson connects with Larson for a 33-yard TD giving Mountain View a 27-0 lead.
— RB Kai Walsh scored next for the Mountain Lions.
— Logsdon had his second scoring run, this one for 10 yards, to increase the lead to 41-0.
— RB Shaun Brown capped the scoring for Mountain View with a touchdown run in the third quarter.

Desert View 56, Rincon 6

— Senior RB Tullah Salat reportedly had a big game on the ground vs. Rincon.

4A GILA

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Friday’s Finals

No. 13 Walden Grove 58, Rio Rico 0

–CB Evan Killgore recorded an interception for Walden Grove.
–QB Alex Lopez had a 15-yard scoring run and also completed a 45-yard touchdown pass to WR Jordan Lopez.
–RB Sam Martinez had a rushing TD.

Pueblo 47, No. 4 Douglas 0

–WR Robert Jackson had two touchdown receptions for the Warriors, including a 50-yard catch to end the first half. He finished with 108 yards on three receptions.
–RB Omar Ibanez, who turned 18 on Friday, scored on an 11-yard run. He finished with 112 yards on 12 carries.

Amphi 48, Palo Verde 21

4A KINO

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Friday’s Finals

No. 1 Salpointe 28, No. 15 Sahuaro 12

–RB Bijan Robinson (ankle) did not play for Salpointe.
–RB Mario Padilla returned after missing three weeks with a groin injury and ran for 60 yards on 10 carries with a 2-yard score. He didn’t play in the second half because of discomfort.
–QB Tevin Green for Salpointe completed 6 of 10 passes for 142 yards with two touchdown throws to WR Lathan Ransom, including an 87-yard play. Ransom finished with four catches for 127 yards.
–RB David Cordero, the Lancers’ fourth-string back, led the Lancers with 118 yards on four carries, including a 65-yard touchdown run.
–RB Cameron Williams of Sahuaro had 106 yards on 21 carries, including a 2-yard score on a fourth-and-goal play.

No. 9 CDO 33, No. 22 Catalina Foothills 21

–RB Stevie Rocker (ankle) did not play for CDO.
–RB Cory Bonstrom of CDO opened the scoring with a 4-yard run.
–RB Diego Munguia scored from three yards opening a 13-0 lead for the Dorados.
–RB Luke Mitchell had a 4-yard score to cut the lead to 13-7.
–QB Jared Vazquez completed a 74-yard touchdown pass to WR Devin Medina.
–QB Joaquin Holm had a 2-yard scoring run and also completed an 11-yard touchdown pass to WR Logan Sanders.
–QB Zachary Eidenschink completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Dustin Sheeley and a 7-yard scoring strike to Jayden Bracy.

No. 16 Casa Grande 48, Vista Grande 6

3A SOUTH

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Friday’s Finals

No. 8 Sabino 56, Catalina 6

–QB A.J. Skaggs completed 5 of 11 passes for 114 with two touchdowns for Sabino.
–RB Danny McAllister finished with 75 yards on 15 carries with two touchdowns.
–WR/DB Jayson Petty had three catches for 45 yards with a touchdown and also recorded two sacks on defense.

No. 19 Safford 33, No. 9 Sahuarita 22

–RB Jerrick Arbizo of Safford finished with 165 yards and four touchdowns.
–RB Sam Tobias added 107 yards for Safford.

No. 16 Pusch Ridge 60, Tanque Verde 0

–RB/DB Evan Lovett had three TD runs, including scores from 42 and 60 yards, and also scored on a 40-yard fumble return.
–QB Jonathan Stanton had a 10-yard rushing TD.
–RB Ryan Garcia added two TD runs.
–RB Matthew Weber had a 58-yard TD run.
–DB Antone Brack with a 65-yard interception return for a touchdown.

2A SAN PEDRO

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Friday’s Finals

No. 18 Benson 44, No. 20 Tombstone 6

— RB Carson Barney finished with 112 yards on five carries for Benson.
— QB Jayse Burkett and RB Dondre Villalobos each had 77 yards on the ground for Benson.

No. 9 Willcox 12, No. 17 Bisbee 6 (OT)

No. 6 Tonopah Valley 38, Santa Rita 0

1A SOUTH

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Friday’s Finals

Fort Thomas 22, Duncan 6
Bowie/San Simon at Valley Union, late
St. David 56, Baboquivari 30

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