6A METRO[table “” not found /]
No. 13 Tucson, bye week
Cesar Chavez 59, North 7
Alhambra 28, Trevor G. Browne 18
Shadow Ridge 42, Maryvale 0
5A SOUTHERN[table “” not found /]
No. 12 Cienega 28, No. 20 Sunnyside 7
— Cienega Bobcats (@CienegaBobcats) September 28, 2018
— 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
Buena over @MaranaFB Marana 41-28, shakes up 5A rankings; USC head coach Clay Helton on the sidelines; @gcs_gridiron Game of the Week with former @ArizonaFBall Scooter Sprotte & Kevin Schmidtke in attendance. https://t.co/aJ1XbTz4FW pic.twitter.com/6fEimFt4qE
— Andy Morales (@AndyMorales8) September 29, 2018
— 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
Here come the Nighthawks. pic.twitter.com/kkcPvRaiBq
— IRHS Nighthawk Football (@irhsfbbooster) September 29, 2018
— 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[table “” not found /]
No. 4 Flowing Wells 50, Empire 14
Flowing Wells proving that #4 rank isn't a fluke. Up 29-7 in the 3rd on Empire. #KVOAFFF
— Ari Alexander (@AriA1exander) September 29, 2018
Mountain View 55, Cholla 6
FINAL. Mountain View beats Cholla 55-6! #RoarLoud
— The View Football (@MtnLionFootball) September 29, 2018
— 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[table “” not found /]
No. 13 Walden Grove 58, Rio Rico 0
— Walden Grove High School Football (@FB_RedWolves) September 29, 2018
–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
— Pueblo HS Athletics (@PuebloAthletics) September 29, 2018
–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[table “” not found /]
No. 1 Salpointe 28, No. 15 Sahuaro 12
.@SCLancerNation great and former USC lineman Kris O'Dowd getting his No. 76 jersey retired tonight. Trojan long snapper Jake Olson taking part in the ceremony. Game for the Greater Good involving the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind with Olson's presence. Tremendous. pic.twitter.com/no8GbPRkD6
— Javier Morales (@JavierJMorales) September 29, 2018
–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
— Christopher Boan (@cgboan) September 29, 2018
–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[table “” not found /]
No. 8 Sabino 56, Catalina 6
Let’s get it Friday night lights Sabino at Catalina 7pm pic.twitter.com/3e8xUl4pIh
— sly lewis (@slylewis1) September 28, 2018
–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
— Pusch Ridge Football (@PRCAFootball) September 29, 2018
–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[table “” not found /]
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[table “” not found /]
Fort Thomas 22, Duncan 6
Bowie/San Simon at Valley Union, late
St. David 56, Baboquivari 30