Several of Arizona's committed players were in action over the weekend. Read on to find out which recruit helped his team make history, how Brandon Dawkins was nearly perfect, and more.
Several Arizona commits were in action over the weekend. The following are results of their week five games:
Bishop Mora Salesian (Calif.):Marquis Ware, Jamardre Cobb, and Rodney Carr are still undefeated in league play after pulling away late for a 36-22 win over Paraclete. The game was tight throughout, but a few late scores helped the Mustangs come away with the victory. Stats were not reported for the game.
Salpointe Catholic (Ariz.): The Lancers continued to have dominate performances against the competition. Cameron Denson had another big night, catching seven balls for 136 yards and a touchdown. Arizona target Kaelin Deboskie also had six catches for 103 yards and two touchdowns as they helped their team to a 56-9 victory.
Edison-Friendship (DC): The younger brother of Joe Haden, Jonathan Haden had a rough day running, but managed to break the century mark. The running back finished with 103 yards on twenty five carries. He did not score, but he team came away with a 27-0 win.
Southridge (Ore.): The Skyhawks won a fourth straight game on Friday night with a big win over Sunset. Wide receiver Jordan Morgan had multiple catches for 113 yards. Morgan had what he thought was a one-handed touchdown catch, but the officials ruled that he was bobbling the ball as he went out of bounds.
Scottsdale Community College (Ariz.): Scottsdale won its fifth straight game over the weekend. The Artichokes took on the New Mexico Military Institute and came away with a 77-56 win. Stats for Patrick Glover and Antonio Smothers were unavailable.
Chaffey Community College (Calif.): Chaffey took on Compton and pitched the shut out. Kaige Lawrence and the offensive line helped the offense to 53 total points, including a touchdown off a fumble for Lawrence. A box score was not available after the game.
Highland Park (Ill.):Josh Pollack got back on track as his team came away with a big 27-12 win. The kicker was solid on kickoffs and made two of three field goals. Pollack's only miss came from 47 yards out with a strong cross wind. He also nailed three extra points on the day.
The kicker also continued his punting excellence. Pollack had three punts that pinned the opponent inside the ten yard line.
St. John Bosco (Calif.): St. John Bosco stayed unbeaten on the season. Naijiel Hale and his team rushed out to a 38-7 lead at halftime and extended it to 48-14 en route to a 75-35 blowout. Defensive stats were not available for the game.
Oaks Christian (Calif.):Brandon Dawkins was almost perfect on the day on his way to a 63-7 victory. The quarterback completed 17 of 19 passes for 299 yards. He also threw for five touchdowns despite not playing most of the second half.
Chaparral (Ariz.): Tight end Trevor Wood had another solid performance on Friday night. The tight end did not have a touchdown, but was able to be the most dangerous target on the field. Wood finished with five catches for 105 yards in a 42-0 win
Vista Murrieta (Calif.):Kwesi Mashack and his new team dominated Crespi in a 42-2 victory. Mashack was a force on defense, batting down five passes in the game. He also finished the game with four tackles and sat out part of the second half.
Chandler (Ariz.):J.R. Hunt was a presence for his team on Friday night. Hunt intercepted a pass late in the game against rival Hamilton to put his team up ten. It was the first time in history that Chandler beat Hamilton after losing the first 17 matchups. Hunt also finished with four tackles.