FRIDAY, OCT. 18
No. 26 O’Connor 47, No. 25 Tucson 0
No. 1 Chandler will visit the Badgers next Friday.
Unless Tucson High finds a way to score against nationally ranked Chandler next week, Tucson could very possibly go the entire month of October without scoring a point.
No. 8 Cienega 46, No. 36 Marana 0
The Bobcats are hoping to stay high in the rankings to host a playoff game.
No. 11 Ironwood Ridge 36, No. 28 Sunnyside 18
The Blue Devils needed this win to stay close but the Nighthawks are hot and in the playoff picture.
A special moment after the game, a moment of silence for our JV Nighthawk Tyler Haney, his mother passed away early this week. Please know Haney Family we are here for you always. #nighthawkfamily. pic.twitter.com/QpCh6CGp4t
No. 14 Buena 47, No. 27 Nogales 0
The Colts rebounded with a win here but low power point opportunity.
Buena had no trouble rebounding after last week’s loss, coming away with a 47-0 win Friday night in Nogales. https://t.co/eBLYxt6bpR
No. 20 Desert View 40, No. 35 Flowing Wells 37
The Jaguars are still in the playoff hunt thanks to the Open Division making room at the top.
Final- Desert View 40 Flowing Wells 37. Came up short but a great high school football game.
No. 26 Mountain View 57, No. 30 Rincon/UHS 7
No. 34 Cholla 31, No. 40 Empire 7
From fake to first down! Kudos to Empire for the creative thinking on this play. The score is 0-7 heading into halftime with Flowing Wells set to receive on the kickoff. Remember to tune in to @KVOA s newscast at 10pm for all you favorite highlights and in-depth coverage! #FFF pic.twitter.com/oOVYQCduC5
No. 1 Salpointe 35, No. 3 Canyon del Oro 0
Know you're in good spot when you have talking points for a team that just won 35-0 over an unbeaten opponent. The case for Salpointe coach Dennis Bene early this morning when the Lancers report for a lifting session following the win over CDO. The story: https://t.co/7xfpbysrGf pic.twitter.com/LZlBzsd6zH
No. 8 Walden Grove 34, No. 13 Pueblo 13
The Red Wolves have never been 7-1.
No. 17 Casa Grande 38, No. 21 Catalina Foothills 20
Depending on the power-points, Casa Grande is still on the edge of the playoffs.
Darrell Penn busts off a 49-yard run to put Casa Grande up 38-20 with 1:55 left #pinalpreps
No. 27 Amphitheater 48, No. 39 Douglas 14
The Panthers can’t afford any more losses.
No. 37 Rio Rico 40, No. 34 Palo Verde 12
Final. Hawk Pride!!!!! pic.twitter.com/zgz3xof7x3
No. 9 Sabino 34, No. 18 Pusch Ridge 21
The Sabercats are trying to get back in the top eight and the Lions trying to get in the top 16.
The Sabercats pull out the the win tonight vs the Pusch Ridge Lions! Final 34-21! Stay tuned for players that scored TDs and Big plays!
No. 24 Sahuarita 51, No. 38 Catalina 6
No. 11 Safford 45, No. 37 Tanque Verde 0
No. 4 Santa Cruz 61, No. 23 Scottsdale Christian 7
The Dust Devils are in a great position but could fall even with the win.
The Ole Victory Flip! SC tradition! pic.twitter.com/6Hx59exJHN
All I’ve got to report from the second half is a pick-6 from Anthony Clark. Santa Cruz defeats Scottsdale Christian 61-7. #pinalpreps
No. 9 Benson 44, No. 8 Bisbee 18
Carson Barney rushed for 152 yards (2 TDs) and Jace Barney (3 TDs) added 101 more to help lead Benson to a top ten win.
No. 34 Tombstone 28, No. 24 Santa Rita 21
No. 21 Willcox 31, No. 16 Miami 14
No. 31 San Manuel 35, No. 25 Globe 12
No. 6 Duncan 34, No. 13 Baboquivari 16
No. 12 St. David 70, No. 20 Valley Union 12
Final regular season games with playoffs starting on Oct. 25.
No. 4 Sahuaro (6-2)
FRIDAY, OCT. 25
No. 1 Chandler (8-0) at No. 25 Tucson (3-5)
No. 27 Nogales (4-4) at No. 8 Cienega (6-2)
No. 11 Ironwood Ridge (5-3) at No. 14 Buena (6-2)
No. 20 Desert View (5-3) at No. 26 Mountain View (4-4)
No. 36 Marana (0-8) at No. 28 Sunnyside (2-6)
No. 30 Rincon/UHS (4-4) at No. 40 Empire (1-7)
No. 34 Cholla (2-6) at No. 35 Flowing Wells (1-7)
No. 1 Salpointe (7-0) at No. 21 Catalina Foothills (3-5)
No. 46 Vista Grande (0-8) at No. 3 Canyon del Oro (7-1)
No. 17 Casa Grande (5-3) at No. 4 Sahuaro (6-2)
No. 27 Amphitheater (5-3) at No. 8 Walden Grove (7-1)
No. 13 Pueblo (6-3) at No. 37 Rio Rico (3-5)
No. 34 Palo Verde (3-5) at No. 39 Douglas (2-6)
No. 9 Sabino (6-2) at No. 24 Sahuarita (4-4)
No. 18 Pusch Ridge (4-4) at No. 11 Safford (6-2)
No. 37 Tanque Verde (0-8) at No. 38 Catalina (0-8)
No. 9 Benson (6-2) at No. 10 St. Johns (6-2)
No. 24 Santa Rita (3-5) at No. 8 Bisbee (6-2)
No. 34 Tombstone (2-6) at No. 21 Willcox (4-4)
No. 16 Miami (5-3) at No. 31 San Manuel (3-5)
No. 4 Santa Cruz (7-2)
Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014, he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017, a 2019 AZ Education News award winner and he has been a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. His own children have won multiple state high school championships and were named to all-state teams. Competing in hockey, basketball, baseball and track & field in high school, his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy is the Southern Arizona voting member of the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing the top football player in Arizona, and he was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named an Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019. Contact Andy Morales at firstname.lastname@example.org