Tucson High School Sports

Frog & Firkin High School Football Stats: Defensive and Scoring Leaders After Week 3 and Coaching Records

Stats are provided by AZPreps365.com via MaxPreps:


Dylan Cook, Ironwood Ridge, 3
Dano Lopez, Bisbee, 3
Richard Hanlan IV, Nogales, 2
Jourin Hicks, Catalina Foothills, 2
Jimmy Lerblance, Benson, 2
Calen McFarland, Sahuaro, 2
Cody Pacheco, Empire, 2
Isaac Pimienta, Rincon/Univ, 2
Charlie Raetzman, Salpointe, 2
Ethan Seppala, Canyon del Oro, 2

Note: Lopez leads Southern Arizona in receptions and is tied for the lead in interceptions.


Isaiah Escalante, Amphi, 4.5
Jesse Avina, Buena, 4.0
Josue Carino, Sunnyside, 4.0
Andres Gonzalez, Tucson, 4.0
Kovlas Buendia, Baboquivari, 3.0
Carlos Marquez, Cholla, 3.0
Zakri Porter-Trainer, Sabino, 3.0


Bijan Robinson, Salpointe 66 pts
Carson Barney, Benson, 55 pts
Lucas Jose, Baboquivari, 50 pts
Frank Gonzales, Rio Rico, 48 pts
Anton Jose, Baboquivari, 42 pts
Preston Silvas, Rincon/Univ, 42 pts
Izaiah Davis, Sahuaro, 36 pts
Gavin Davis, Canyon del Oro 36 pts
Cristian Gonzales, Sahuarita, 32 pts
Julian Encinas, Amphi, 30 pts
David Alvarado, Canyon del Oro, 30 pts


Bijan Robinson, Salpointe, 11
Frank Gonzales, Rio Rico, 8
Lucas Jose, Baboquivari, 8
Preston Silvas, Rincon/Univ, 7
Carson Barney, Benson, 6
Izaiah Davis, Sahuaro, 6
Gavin Davis, Canyon del Oro, 5
Julian Encinas, Amphi, 5
Cristian Gonzales, Sahuarita, 5
Anton Jose, Baboquivari, 5


Southern Arizona High School Football Coaching Records

List of top Tucson-area high school football coaches and their overall career head coaching records. Compiled and researched by AllSportsTucson.com.
CoachCurrent SchoolClassWLTPct.Years
Richard SanchezTucson2A161770.67621
Pat NugentMica Mountain5A138570.70818
Chris DetermanBenson2A134821.61820
Matt JohnsonMountain View5A120670.64217
Jorge MendivilAmphi4A107860.55419
Dustin PeaceCDO4A88420.67712
Scott McKeeSahuaro4A82940.46617
Rishard DavisSanta Cruz2A58210.7347
Chris VertreesBisbee2A58570.50411
Justin ArgravesCienega6A56500.52811


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