Here's the rundown on how all the future Cougs did last week:
LB Greg Hoyd; (6-2, 200); Vista Murrieta High; Vista Murrieta, Calif., Hoyd posted six tackles in Vista Murrieta's 35-28 loss to Catholic Cathedral.
DT Marcus Griffin; (6-3, 292); Bellevue High; Bellevue: Griffin only played one quarter due to the mismatch but was extremely busy, tallying one tackle and one sack, as well as four QB hurries. Bellevue shut down Lake Washington in a 41-7 rout.
WR Zaire Andre; (6-0, 170); Inglewood High, Inglewood, Calif., Andre and company saw their Inglewood squad lose to Bishop Diego but Andre had a strong night, pulling in seven catches for 105 yards. He added eight tackles and two pass deflections on defense.
WR Calvin Green; (5-10, 175); Burbank (Luther) High; Sacramento, Calif., Stats were not available at press time for Green, but his Burbank squad blasted Hiram Johnson 73-0, so do with that what you will.
OT Jordan Rose; (6-6, 305); Freeman High; Rockford, Wash., Rose and Freeman throttled Newport to the tune of a 42-0 win. Freeman is now 4-0 on the year.
CB Kevin Griffin; (6-1, 180); De La Salle High; Concord, Calif., Griffin tallied six tackles, two pass deflections and an interception in a 47-21 win over San Ramon.
OT Braden Eggert; (6-7, 315); Napa High; Napa, Calif., Eggert and crew came out on top in another close one, a 22-21 exciting win over Vanden High. Napa rushed for 216 yards, had 126 hashes passing and is now 3-2 on the season.
K Tristan Vizcaino; (6-2, 190); Damien High; La Verne, Calif., Vizcaino connected on all three field goals he attempted (40, 36, and 35).
CB Joseph Turner; (6-2, 190); College of San Mateo, San Mateo, Calif., Turner tallied one tackle and added a pass deflection in San Mateo's 49-32 win over Modesto College.
WR Keith Harrington; (5-8, 165); Northeast High; St Petersburg, Fla., Harrington and Northeast High had a bye this week.
LB Frank Luvu; (6-1, 205); Tafuna High; Pago Pago, American Samoa: Luvu had a second straight week with a bye.
OL Sean Krepsz; (6-5, 295); Martin Luther King High; Riverside, Calif., Krepsz and King beat Citrus Hill 24-17, though Krepsz missed the entire second half. He was seen with an ice pack wrapped around his left knee.
LB Chandler Leniu; (6-1, 225); St. John Bosco High; Bellflower, Calif., Leniu and crew had a bye this week.
Peyton Bender (6-1, 175); Cardinal Gibbons High; Fort Lauderdale: Bender was 21-31 for 273 yards and five touchdowns as Cardinal Gibbons took down Northeast (Oakland Park) 49-18. He did have one interception on the night but the big story was the school record five passing scores. On the season, Bender is 102-of-149 for 1,413 yards, with 19 TDs against three interceptions. CF.C has a reporter attending every one of his games this season, so be sure to check early every Saturday morning for the latest feature piece on his work from the night before.
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