This was a big week in
Here is our latest edition of Friday Night Phenoms:
Player of the week
People are always comparing
Here are others that played well this week:
In case you didn't know, a huge game was played Friday between rivals Saguaro and Chaparral. The game was all that it was billed to be and both QBs were dynamite. Saguaro's Tim Ruben was 6 of 12 passing for 123 yards and 2 TDs. He also ran for 76 yards and a score. Spencer Stone was on point. He completed 21 of 24 for 243 yards and 2 TDs.
Another dual threat QB is
Brophy's Bryan Berens has been sound all season. He let loose on Friday completing 18 of 28 for 277 yards and 2 scores.
Thunderbird's Chris Womack has quietly had a nice season. He passed for 255 yards and 2 scores versus O'Connor.
CDO's Dan Nicholas was 13 of 17 for 223 yards and 3 TDs.
It seems that every week we have a Westview RB on the Phenoms list. This week is no different because Brian Conley rushed for 207 yards and 3 TDs on just 12 carries versus La Joya.
His first time on the Phenoms list, North Canyon's Paul Dodson rushed for 202 yards and 2 scores versus Trevor Browne.
South Mountain RB Ivan Worley also hit the 200 mark with 241 yards and 1 score versus Camelback.
Sunnyside's Jovan Stevenson continues on his streak. He rushed for 166 yards and 2 TDs on just 11 carries and added an INT for another score.
A big part of Santa Rita's turn around has been RB AuBura Taylor. He rushed for 238 yards and 5 scores against Catalina Foothills.
No one has been better than Marana Mt. View's Dan Moore over the past few weeks. He rushed for 285 yards and 2 scores and added a 3rd TD receiving.
Pusch Ridge's Jay Reynolds accounted for 266 yards of
Millennium's Kevin Green came up big against
On the receiving end of Renfree's passes was junior Andy Wilder. He caught 8 passes for 178 yards and 1 TD and also kicked 3 PATs.
Cactus' Bruce Yeo had TD grabs of 50, 34 and 37
Check out this stat line from McClintock's Malcolm Martin. He had 8 catches for 121 yards and 2 scores and if that wasn't enough, he rushed for 166 yards and 2 more scores on 6 carries.
Remember this name. 6-5 junior wideout Adam Hall from Palo Verde had 2 receiving scores and an interception returned for a 3rd.
Got to give props to the Horizon defense. They held a Marcos team that was averaging nearly 50 points per game to 1 TD in their upset win.
Last but not least, the kickers.
Not to be outdone was Mohave's Matt Boyd. He hit from 52 this week.
I know I missed some, tell me about them on the message boards or email me at Jason@24-7football.com.