Tucson 52, Trevor G. Browne 27
The Badgers ended their season 4-6 overall and 4-1 in the 6A Metro region.
Cienega 10, Ironwood Ridge
— RB Brandon Barrios had 76 yards on 20 carries.
— DE Demaggio Strevay had seven tackles, three for sacks and other for loss.
— DT Hunter Schlagel had six tackles, one for loss.
— DT JT Craig recorded 12 tackles, one for loss.
— LB Dillon Silva had 10 tackles.
— RB Gabe Levy gained 96 yards on 22 carries.
Buena 54, Sunnyside 0
— QB Jovoni Borbon had TD runs of 5 and 3 yards and completed a 35-yard scoring pass to TE Jesse Avina.
— LB Oscar Villalobos Jr. returned a blocked punt for a touchdown.
— RB Isaac Benoit scored on a 12-yard run.
— WR Keyon Taylor scored on a 34-yard run.
— DB Clea McCaa had a pick-6 return of 30 yards for a TD.
— DB Angelo Arriola had an interception.
–RB Jesse Marquez had a 19-yard TD run.
Mountain View 55, Flowing Wells 10
— QB Giovanni Ciaccio completed 7 of 9 passes for 162 yards with three TDs and no interceptions.
— RB Aaron Logsdon finished with 101 yards on five carries with a TD.
— WR Hayden Parson caught two passes (both for TDs) for 84 yards.
— WR Lloyd Love had seven receptions for 126 yards and a TD.
Desert View 54, Empire 7
— RB Serge Gboweiah rushed for 232 yards on 10 carries with three TDs, including a 92-yard scoring run. He finished the season with 1,404 yards on 171 carries with 12 touchdowns.
— RB Carlos Alvarez went over 1,000 yards this season with 108 yards on 11 carries. He rushed for 1,078 yards on 140 carries with 15 touchdowns.
— Gboweiah and Alvarez, both sophomores, are the first duo in Southern Arizona since 2013 to gain at least 1,000 yards each. Eight duos have done so since 2009:
Southern Arizona Running Back Dynamic DuosTeammates who have rushed for more than 1,000 yards each in a season in the last decade.
|Year||School (Rec.)||Running Back||Carries-Yards||Running Back||Carries-Yards|
|2019||Sahuaro (9-3)||Izaiah Davis||146-1,120||Jamir Gasaway||59-1,081|
|2019||Desert View (6-4)||Serge Gboweiah||171-1,404||Carlos Alvarez||140-1,078|
|2013||Empire (6-4)||Sean Fitzsimmons||178-1,683||Chance Hatfield||217-1,133|
|2012||Empire (8-4)||Spencer Woody||132-1,054||Chance Hatfield||162-1,041|
|2012||Ironwood Ridge (13-1)||Anthony Braunreiter||239-1,766||Tyler Williams||172-1,143|
|2012||Salpointe (12-2)||Johnny Pena||225-1,526||Cameron Denson||69-1,026|
|2011||Ironwood Ridge (10-3)||Mitch Fischer||249-2,143||Tyler Williams||148-1,043|
|2010||Amphi (11-2)||Alex Avitia||144-1,613||Sam Nunez||129-1,007|
|2009||Sabino (11-3)||Stephen Fraser||180-1,472||Keanu Nelson||132-1,276|
— LB Anton Jamero had a team-high 13 tackles with a tackle for loss and he caused two fumbles.
— RB Yani Brown had 166 yards on 20 carries with a TD. He also had two kickoff returns of 124 yards.
Marana 29, Nogales 24
— QB Samuel Brown, a freshman, completed 14 of 20 passes for 127 yards with two TDs and an interception. He also rushed for 29 yards on nine carries.
— DT Tanner Wengert had 11 tackles with three tackles for loss, including a sack.
— DB Kai Spencer had an interception and he recovered a fumble.
Rincon 42, Cholla 21
The Rangers finished 6-4, their first winning season since 2012 and only their second since 2006.
Salpointe 76, Vista Grande 0
— QB Treyson Bourguet completed 6 of 8 passes for 107 yards with five TDs and no interceptions. All five of the TDs came in the first quarter.
— RB Bijan Robinson rushed for 87 yards on five carries with a TD.
— RB Anthony Wilhite gained 86 yards on seven carries with a TD.
— DE Jace Springer had two sacks.
— S Charlie Raetzman had two interceptions, increasing his total to six this season, and a pass deflection.
Casa Grande 19, CDO 17
— PK David Alvarado made a 33-yard FG.
— QB Montana Neustadter scored on a 10-yard run.
— RB Gavin Davis scored on a 6-yard run.
Sahuaro 25, Catalina Foothills 0
— LB Will Parker had eight tackles, two for loss. He also punted three times for an average of 57 yards.
— LB Garrick Krautz recorded nine tackles with a tackle for loss.
Walden Grove 63, Palo Verde 8
— WR Demier Nelson had three catches for 42 yards with a TD.
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Pueblo 25, Amphi 0
— RB Francisco Monares-Leon had two touchdown runs of 8 yards and another for 49 yards.
— DB Hassan Aden had two interceptions.
— DB Oscar Landry intercepted a pass.
— QB Marcelino Vega scored on a 5-yard run.
— RB Edgar Lopez had a 15-yard touchdown run.
— DB Ricardo Laguna intercepted a pass.
Rio Rico 48, Douglas 13
Rio Rico ended its season 4-6 and Douglas was 3-7.
Safford 28, Sabino 6
— QB A.J. Skaggs completed 19 of 32 pass attempts for 213 yards with no TDs and an interception.
— WR Diego Armijo rushed four times for 48 yards and had seven catches for 83 yards.
— DE Michael Masunas recorded two sacks.
Pusch Ridge 61, Catalina 0
— RB Tyler Mustain, a freshman, had 116 yards on seven carries with two TDs.
— LB Antone Brack recovered a fumble and returned it 72 yards for a TD.
Sahuarita 63, Tanque Verde 8
— RB Cristian Gonzales carried five times for 184 yards with two TDs.
— RB Brady Radovich, a freshman, gained 124 yards on 11 carries with a 63-yard TD run.
— RB Michael Molio’o rushed for 100 yards on four carries with a TD.
— LB Garrett Smith had a team-high 13 tackles.
Santa Cruz Valley 65, Heritage Academy 7
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— RB Hunter Ogle had 132 yards on five carries with three TDs.
— LB Wyatt Ogle tallied 10 tackles with one for loss.
Benson 56, Willcox 12
— RB Dondre Villalobos gained 189 yards on six carries with three TDs.
— RB Carson Barney rushed for 152 yards on five carries with two TDs.
— LB Bryan Gutierrez had two sacks.
Bisbee 28, Tombstone 0
— RB Hunter Perry rushed for 223 yards on 18 carries with two TDs.
— RB/LB David Ballesteros gained 105 yards on 12 carries and also had seven tackles, one for loss, an interception and a fumble recovery.
San Manuel 48, San Carlos 8
The Miners finished with a win, going 4-6 in Ernie Ivy‘s first season as head coach.
Thatcher 49, Santa Rita 6
Santa Rita finishes 3-7 in Richard Sanchez‘s second season, the Eagles’ best record since 2014. Sanchez is 3-17 with the Eagles. He commented earlier this season that he is determined to stay at Santa Rita to get it back to a winning program.
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