24-7Football.com's Friday Night Phenoms (9/16/2007)
This week's edition of Friday Night Phenoms is dominated by some spectacular rushing performances and no one was better than the Desert Edge offensive line. They paved the way for 520 rushing yards against Cortez. David Berg led the way with 177 yards and 2 scores, Jeremi Williams went for 112 yards and 3 TDs and Royce Pinkston added 161 yards and a score.
Marcos de Niza has been putting points on the board and RB Harrison Evens has been terrific. On Friday he rushed for 117 yards on just 3 carries and scored 2 TDs on the ground. He added one 72 yard TD reception and just for fun returned a kickoff and a punt for scores.
Not to be outdone was
Another player racking up TDs is
Chaparral WR Mike Cummings. He
scored his 7th and 8th of the season with 2 TD catches in
the Firebirds win over
Jimmy Goad caught 10 passes for 102 yards in
One player that is quietly having a great season is Pinnacle's Max Zemezonak. In the Pioneer's 23-0 win over previously unbeaten Goldwater, Zemezonak rushed for a TD, returned a fumble for another and intercepted a pass.
Higley's Taylor McArthur also had an all around
good performance in their win over
Brandon Hirneise was the main target for a Sean
Renfree-less Notre Dame. The senior wideout hauled in 6 passes for 185 yards and
4 TDs against
Young sophomore Tyree Parker from PV rushed for 212 yards and 2 TDs on just 12 carries against Apollo.
Richard Garcia from
McClintock QB Kelly Kurzman had a nice outing on Thursday night. We went 12 of 19 for 233 yards and 2 TDs on the night.
And I cannot miss the small ball
And not to be outdone was
Coolidge's Brad Jackson.
Just a reminder, this week a lot of games are on Thursday because of Rash Shana.
I know I missed some, go on the message boards and fill everyone in on other great performances from Friday or email me at Jason@24-7football.com