Player of the Week
Show Low QB Rathen Ricedorff set a state record with 9 TD passes versus Chinle.
Valley Christian junior Jordan Morgan was all over the field. He had four rushing TDs and made 15 tackles on D.
Kellis' Chad Snider makes it yet again. He passed for 308 yards and 5 TDs and had 71 yards rushing and another score.
Chase Richardson from Perry went 10 for 12 for 181 yards and 1 TD versus Gila Ridge. He also had 4 rushing TDs.
Junior Brett Hundley from Chandler makes the list for the second week in a row. He rushed for 176 yards and 2 TD and passed for 110 yards and 1 TD in their win over previously unbeaten Mesa.
Buckeye QB Kody Karjala had 300+ yards of offense and scored 2 TDs.
Davon Jones from Mt. Pointe kept his team rolling by rushing for 216 yards and 4 scores versus Desert Vista.
Tolleson's Jalen Roebuck makes it for the first time. He had 241 yards and 3 TDs versus Yuma.
Coronado's Shawn Martin rushed for 250 yards and 4 TDs versus Seton Catholic.
Another first timer, Liberty's Dan Mihelich scored 5 times in their win over Glendale.
Phoenix Christian's Jay Leary rushed for 252 yards and 3 TDs on just 14 carries
Kyle Graf from Benson had 4 TDs versus Thatcher.
One guy having a big year is Cactus' Allen Woods. He had 6 TDs versus Dysart.
One of the state's top juniors, KaDeem Carey from CDO had 3 Tds including a 93 and a 68 yarder in their win over Queen Creek.
Tiny Charles James from Valley Vista rushed for 347 yards and 6 TDs versus La Joya. In the same game, La Joya's D.J. Hubbard had 240 yards and 3 scores.
The state's top recruit, Marquis Flowers from Millennium had 200+ yards and 3 TDs in their win over St. Mary's.
Chaparral's Chris Fox made 10 tackles and 3 sacks in the Firebirds' win over Mesquite.
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