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A Chandler man was arrested Wednesday after an undercover investigation led to the bust of an alleged prostitution ring run out of an apartment, police documents said.
Massiah Smith, Tempe: 165 yards, 5 TD
Doc O’Connor, Basha: 156 yards, 2 TD
Ben McKeighan, Scottsdale Prep: 132 yards, TD
Daniel Schembri, Scottsdale Christian: 127 yards, 2 TD
Cole Lenderink, Scottsdale Christian: 123 yards, TD
Matt Munsil, Scottsdale Prep: 113 yards, 2 TD
Cruz Olivarez, Desert Mountain: 110 yards, TD
George Wolter, Seton Catholic: 100 yards, 3 TD
Juan Giraldo, Mesquite (pictured): 96 yards, 3 TD
Basha did its part to control its own playoff destiny by beating Gilbert, 40-14 on Friday.
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Clark Brown, Mountain View: 240 yards, 3 TD
Jordan Brown, Paradise Valley: 208 yards, TD
Mark Andrews, Desert Mountain: 200 yards, 4 TD, 2-pt. conversion
Daniel Galindo, Pinnacle: 167 yards, 2 TD
Cole Forsgren, Williams Field (pictured): 142 yards, TD
Jalen Brown, Mountain Pointe: 139 yards, 2 TD
Doc O’Connor, Basha: 102 yards, 2 TD
Brandon Garcia, Seton Catholic: 95 yards, 2 TD
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Highland coach Pete Wahlheim paced lightly in the end zone after he spoke to his players on Friday night. He was in his thoughts as he waited for the regular post-game pomp and circumstance in the form of a brief chat with visiting reporters.
These teams faced off in a memorable shootout in 2012, as Basha jumped out to a 17-0 halftime lead but watched as Chandler scored 41 second-half points to secure a 10-point win. The Wolves will be favored in this one, especially coming off a victory over Hamilton a few weeks back. Chandler’s offense may be even more explosive than last year behind QB Bryce Perkins, RB Chase Lucas, WR Mitch McCulley, WR Dionte Sykes and WR Elijah Sykes, while Basha should be able to put up points as well led by quarterback Zach Werlinger and wide receiver Doc O’Connor. It should be another entertaining showdown, but Chandler’s vast array of weapons on offense may be too much for the Bears to slow down.
Prediction: Chandler 45, Basha 38
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No. 10 Basha at No. 7 Horizon: A modern-day, hooray-for-offense fan’s dream. These two teams could combine to score 90 without flinching. Leading by 14 or even 21 points within most any stretch of the game won’t matter much. Who’s going to stop who, when, and how often? Zach Werlinger is slinging the ball as well as anyone in the East Valley this season (62 percent completions, 22 touchdowns, 8 interceptions) throwing to Doc O’Connor, Ryan Robertson and Joe Storm, and Rajhan Meriwether has gotten the running game going the past three weeks. Still, a win over Gilbert doesn’t make all the world better after a three-game losing streak, and the Bears’ defense is going to get plenty of help from the offense. Can the ‘D’ do the job? Horizon (pictured in white) isn’t real big up front, but the skill position kids and run-pass balance is difficult to stop. It’s last team standing in this one, and the Huskies best hope is to stuff Basha’s running game, though it didn’t work against Pinnacle and Marcos de Niza in losses. Pinnacle was the best among common opponents (Basha beat Pinnacle 35-21, Horizon lost to Pinnacle 49-39) but the Pioneers didn’t play well against Basha and committed turnovers. If Basha wins the plus-minus battle, it wins the game. If not, some defensive players are going to be pretty wiped out.
Prediction: Horizon 44, Basha 38
Basha used a steady passing attack and a stout defense to rout Perry 49-0 Friday night.
Jalen Brown, Mountain Pointe: 130 yards, 3 TD...
N’Keal Harry, Marcos de Niza: 127 yards...
Rajhan Meriwether, Basha: 122 yards, TD...
Ryan Robertson, Basha: 113 yards, TD...
Joe Storm, Basha: 113 yards...
Daniel Galindo, Pinnacle: 110 yards...
Elijah Williams, Hamilton (pictured): 108 yards, TD...
Nick Colson, Higley: 107 yards...
Doc O’Connor, Basha: 105 yards, TD...
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Doc O’Connor, Basha: 109 yards receiving; 80-yard TD pass
Paul Lucas, Mountain Pointe: 143 yards rushing, TD; 96-yard KO return
Luke Quinn, Horizon: 185 yards rushing; 127 yards receiving, 4 TD
Grant Gale, Highland: 12 tackles, sack; 66 yards rushing, TD
Elijah Jeffcoat, Williams Field: Blocked punt for TD
Christian Kirk, Saguaro: 96 yards receiving, 3 TD; rush TD; punt return for TD
Noah Miller, Highland: 3-for-3 PAT, 2 FG, game-winning 21-yarder
Jameson Baker, Dobson: 22 total tackles
Michael Kemmerer, Queen Creek: 32-yard TD rec.; 80-yard INT return for TD
A.J. Greathouse, Hamilton: 30-yard INT return for TD
Luke Rubenzer, Saguaro: 190 yards passing, 3 TD; 150 rushing, TD
D.J. Bex, Westwood: 59 yard INT return for TD
Skyline defense: 5 INT, blocked punt
Basha coach Bernie Busken and Avondale Westview counterpart Jeff Bowen watched the same game Friday night. The only difference was they were on opposite sidelines at Basha.
Clark Brown, Mountain View: 220 yards, TD...
Matt Munsil, Scottsdale Prep: 132 yards, 3 TD...
Jake Brown, Highland (pictured with football): 121 yards...
Doc O’Connor, Basha: 119 yards...
Nick Colson, Higley: 115 yards, 2 TD...
Cole Forsgren, Williams Field: 115 yards, TD...
Tevin Mayfield: 106 yards, 2 TD...
Kole Hunter, Higley: 105 yards, 2 TD...
J.T. Nettleton, Saguaro: 103 yards, TD...
Ryan Robertson, Basha: 100 yards, TD
Basha's wide receiver Doc O'Connor attempts to dodge Westview's Pete Ramirez, Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 at Basha. [Jerry Burch/ Special to Tribune]
The Bears had no trouble dispatching Perry, 49-0, on Friday night to remain at No. 6 in the rankings. Quarterback Zach Werlinger was efficient and Doc O'Connor had a touchdown run of 87 yards and a touchdown reception of 70 yards. Perhaps the biggest development was the return of standout running back Rajhan Meriwether from injury. Basha plays Hamilton next week and will need all hands on deck.
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The talented sophomore was not expected to make this big of an impact early on, but injuries forced coach Shaun Aguano’s hand and Lucas has excelled once given the opportunity. He burst onto the scene in a season-opening win over Peoria Centennial and has totaled 49 carries for 301 yards and five touchdowns as well as 17 receptions for a team-best 242 yards and three touchdowns. The Wolves have talented skill guys across the board, but it’s mighty impressive that this young sophomore may be the most dangerous of them all.
Honorable mention: Finton Connolly, OL/DL, Campo Verde; Turrell Pietz-Noble, RB, Mesa; Doc O’Connor, WR, Basha; Tyler Bloom, QB, Higley; Brandon Hatfield, WR, Poston Butte.
Doc O’Connor, Basha: 159 yards...
Massiah Smith, Tempe: 156 yards, 2 TD...
Clark Brown, Mountain View: 154 yards, 2 TD...
Daniel Galindo, Pinnacle (pictured): 153 yards, TD...
Jared Schmidt, Basha: 146 yards, TD...
Trevor Wood, Chaparral: 107 yards, TD...
Trent Gilbert, Higley: 106 yards.
Basha picked up a nice victory this week with a 35-21 victory over Pinnacle. Quarterback Zach Werlinger threw for 396 yards as the Bears went predominantly through the air without tailback Rajhan Meriwether. Wide receivers Doc O'Connor and Jared Schmidt were both over 140 yards receiving in the contest. The Bears moved up one spot in the rankings. Basha has another big test this week against No. 4 Westview.
Basha quarterback Zach Werlinger knows it’s impossible for a football team to throw the ball 100 percent of the time on offense.
Clark Brown, Mountain View (pictured): 217 yards, 3 TD
Mark Andrews, Desert Mountain: 200 yards, 3 TD
N’Keal Harry, Marcos de Niza: 198 yards, 2 TD
Truman Tucker, Skyline: 170 yards, 3 TD
Nick Colson, Higley: 149 yards, 3 TD
J.T. Nettleton, Saguaro: 142 yards, 2 TD
Doc O’Connor, Basha: 110 yards, 2 TD
Kole Hunter, Higley: 105 yards, TD
Cruz Olivarez, Desert Mountain: 100 yards, 2 TD
Jake Brown, Highland: 99 yards, TD
Jake McLaurin, Horizon: 95 yards, TD
Zach Compestine, Paradise Valley: 86 yards, TD