Future Cougars Report: Week Six
Dominic Davis, 5-10, 175 pounds: The Alemany High standout, who has been recruited by WSU as a wide receiver, exploded against Chaminade High on Thursday night. Davis scored four times in the first half alone, and he finished with five total touchdowns. Davis carried the ball 20 times for 71 yards, and snatched seven balls for 72 yards on the night to help Alemany defeat Chaminade 55-38. Austin Maihen, 6-5, 285 pounds: Santa Margarita had a bye week, but in the Sept. 26 matchup against Venice, the Cougars’ newest verbal commit helped his team’s running game have a big day. Santa Margarita scored four times on the ground. Austin Joyner, 5-10.5, 191 pounds: Joyner broke another big run in a blowout of Marysville-Getchell on Friday, and he also was truly special on special teams. In the first quarter, Joyner scored a 62-yard rushing touchdown to give his team its first points of the game, and then he drove the nail home soon after with a 69-yard punt return for a touchdown that put Marysville-Pilchuck ahead 14-0. Joyner was apparently injured in the game, but teammate Killian Page filled in and rushed for four touchdowns in the first half. Tyler Hilinski, 6-3, 200 pounds: The quarterback out of Upland High couldn’t do any more damage this week because of a bye, so he and his Upland teammates Kameron Powell and Josh Woods tripped to WSU instead. In his most recent game, he went 13-16 for 213 yards and a touchdown. He also ran for a 44-yard touchdown in that game. Hilinski has passed for 1,052 yards and nine touchdown passes, averaging 210.4 yards per game. He has completed 69 of 103 attempts, with two interceptions. He has two touchdowns on the ground as well. Kameron Powell, 5-10, 175 pounds: Fellow Upland High player Powell recovered a fumble and made four tackles in his last game. Three of those tackles were solo, and Powell has 30 total tackles on the season. He has also recorded a safety and returned a blocked punt for a touchdown. Thomas Toki, 6-1, 292 pounds: Saint Francis won its game 25-23 on Friday against Archbishop Riordan, and he recorded two tackles in the game. Toki has ten total tackles this season. James Williams, 5-11, 185 pounds: The running back’s season is over because of a torn MCL and ACL in his left knee, which will require surgery. Williams played in Burbank High’s first game of the season and recorded 19 carries for 66 yards. He was injured during the team’s second game of the season on a kickoff. Darrien Molton, 5-10, 165 pounds: Chaparral High got blown out 31-11 on Friday against Mission Viejo and the official stats didn't list Molton. Molton has 17 total tackles this season, and he also has scored a receiving touchdown. WSU has recruited him as a cornerback. Aaron Porter, 6-1, 235 pounds: The linebacker from Cerritos Community College only made one tackle in his team’s win over Pasadena City on Saturday, but it was a good one -- a sack for a loss of six yards. He now has two sacks this season among his 39 total tackles. Matt Abramo, 6-2, 170 pounds: Casa Grande is now 0-5 after a 27-7 loss on Friday to Windsor. Abramo did not attempt any field goals, but he did hit the only extra point opportunity he received in the game. He also punted six times, averaging 34.2 yards per kick and placing two inside the 20-yard line. He kicked two balls into the end zone on kickoffs for touchbacks. Deontay Burnett, 5-11, 160 pounds: The soft-verbal commit out of Serra High made one catch on Friday for 11 yards in a 14-7 loss to Bishop Amat. Burnett has 15 catches for 252 yards and two touchdowns this season. Noah Myers, 6-5, 300 pounds: Myers and Las Lomas High rolled over another team on Thursday, a 49-0 shellacking of Miramonte High. The big offensive lineman helped his team rack up six rushing touchdowns. Cedric Bigge-Duren, 6-6, 295 pounds: Oceanside had a bye this past week. Oceanside is ranked No. 1 in the UT-San Diego poll. They square off against No. 2 Mission Hills this week. In their last game, Oceanside ran the ball handily behind its offensive line that includes Bigge-Duren, posting four rushing touchdowns on Sept. 26.
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