|Friday Night Phenoms|
Our last regular season edition of Friday Night Phenoms
Friday Night Phenoms (11/4/2007)
The final week of the season. Didn't the regular season blow by us? This was do or die time for many teams. Playoff spots were at stake and region championships were up for grabs. Who stepped up on Friday night?
Player of the Week
Tim Ruben capped off a great season with a 15 of 18 237 yard 4 TD performance against Cactus.
Queen Creek's Tod Workman was the workhorse in their win over Higley for the region title. He rushed 34 times for 201 yards.
Shad Bride from
Luckas Scott helped
Paul Dodson has been on fore for
La Joya junior Jeremiah Cornist might have had the nicest season that no one has talked about. He rushed for 253 yards and 3 TDs and passed for 2 more 2 TDs.
You have to like what Arizona Lutheran's Jordan Burmeister did against Tonopah. He rushed for 132 yards and 2 TDs, caught a TD pas, had 2 INTs and forced a fumble.
Skyline RB Elijah McPherson rushed for 177 yards and 3 TDs against Camelback.
Two backs went head to head Friday night down south. Jamal Womble and Buena won behind his 294 yards rushing and 5 TDs. He also had 60 yards receiving. But Casa Grande's Harnish Ayora wouldn't go down without a fight as he rushed for 339 yards and 6 TDs.
NWCC's Adam Mosbrucker had a nice season. It ended with their loss to
Centennial's Jarrell Barbour scored on both sides of the ball, catching a 61 yard TD pass and returning an INT 20 yards for a score against Ironwood.
Devon Kennard added 3 more sacks against
Saguaro's Derek Bisgard had 2.5 sacks against Cactus and on one of them he gave Cactus QB Jake Moreno won of the hardest hits I have seen all year.
I know I missed a few. Go let me hear about it on the message boards and shoot me an email at Jason@24-7football.com.