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Down one. The game, section title, and possibly a playoff berth on the line.
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
Tempe Prep defenders Benjamin LeBeau (3) and Jonah Simminger (22) line up against Scottsdale PrepÕs Matt Munsil on Friday November 1, 2013. [Clayton Klapper/ Special to Tribune]
A 27-0 second quarter - keyed by a pair of fourth-down conversions – gave Scottsdale Prep the advantage it needed in Saturday’s crucial Division V, Section IV football matchup against Valley Christian at Chaparral High School.
Scottsdale Prep's Matt Munsil added 132 more yards and three more touchdowns to his unofficial Arizona high school receiving records, while leading the Spartans to a 55-0 shutout versus Paradise Honors.
Luke Rubenzer, Saguaro (pictured): 252 yards passing, 3 TD; 85 yards rushing; INT
Josh Eckley, Marcos de Niza: 296 yards passing, 3 TD; 91 yards rushing, TD
Kyle Stanfier, San Tan Foothills: 3 INT
Matt Munsil, Scottsdale Prep: 18 tackles
Greg Frasco, Desert Mountain: 16 tackles
Zechariah Gatling, Scottsdale Christian: 14 tackles
Ricky Wilson, San Tan Foothills: 204 yards rushing, 2 TD; 12 tackles
Will Lane, Scottsdale Christian: 3 sacks
Conrad Burnap, Red Mountain: 55-yard INT return for TD
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
Nick Smith threw for 273 yards and seven touchdowns in the first half with three going to wide receiver Grayson Boyll, as visiting Scottsdale Prep rolled Sequoia from the get-go in a 62-0 victory.
Daniel Bridge-Gadd, Paradise Valley: 435 yards passing, 4 TD
Dalton Sneed, Horizon (pictured): 372 yards, 2 TD
Emanuel Gant, Tempe: 348 yards, 4 TD
Dominic Orona, McClintock: 345 pass yards, 4 TD
Luke Rubenzer, Saguaro: 340 yards, 5 TD
Josh Eckley, Marcos de Niza: 331 yards, 6 TD
Luke Pineda, Campo Verde: 241 yards, 3 TD
Kyle Allen, Desert Mountain: 225 yards, TD
Sammy Sasso, Hamilton: 225 yards, TD
Antonio Hinojosa, Mountain Pointe: 216 yards, 2 TD
Matt Munsil, Scottsdale Prep: 212 yards, 4 TD
Zach Werlinger, Basha: 210 yards, 2 TD
John Clark, Mountain View: 187 yards, 4 TD
With their starting quarterback out with an injury, starting wide receiver Matt Munsil stepped in and had a record setting day as, scoring six total touchdowns to lead Scottsdale Prep to an impressive 58-6 win versus Veritas Prep .
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The lasting image of the 2012 baseball season was Dylan Cozens blasting a walk-off, opposite-field homer to lift Chaparral to the Division I championship over Brophy.
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Tempe quarterback Emanuel Gant, threw for five touchdowns and ran for another Friday to help the Buffaloes defeat visiting Arcadia, 49-39 in a Division III football shootout.
A collection of the best individual performances in the East Valley in Week 7:
Paradise Valley quarterback Ryan Finley completed 27 of 36 passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Trojans to a 38-23 win on the road against Arcadia on Friday night.
Poston Butte’s Dustin French and Robert Herrera each scored touchdown runs, as the Broncos held on to narrowly defeat host Coolidge 13-12 on Friday, thanks in-part to a Bears missed extra point and failed two-point conversion.
In the new age of offensive explosiveness, state records are becoming more commonplace.
Weston Birtcher, Mountain View: He needed only 10 carries to reach 164 yards and two touchdowns in the Toros’ first win of the season.
Poston Butte quarterback Robert Herrera rushed for two touchdowns and defensive back Cameron Owens had an interception return for a touchdown as the Broncos capitalized on a slew of Higley turnovers and penalties to defeat the visiting Knights, 31-23, on Friday.
Are you ready for some football? It’s about that time, as Desert Vista kicks off the season in the Sollenberger Classic on Saturday, and almost everyone else begins on Aug. 24. Here are the Tribune’s preseason rankings for every division:
The diagram is titled, “The shot that cleared the clock.”
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